To learn how to use caliper, micrometer and spherometer, To measure external dimensions (length, volume) of a given regular body, To determine depth of a given object using a caliper, To measure the mass of a given object using equal arm balance and digital balance, To determine the possible errors in the measurements by ruler, calliper and micrometre, and compare their accuracy, To etermine the density of a regular body of known mass using different measurement techniques, To determine the radius of curvature of a spherical surface (lens) with a spherometer (indicator).
Categories: Mechanics Laboratory
Physics is based on experimental observations and quantitative measurements. To identify relationships that characterize nature, we must know how to measure physical quantities. Physical quantities are generally dependent to one another. Mechanics includes three fundamental quantities which are length, mass and time. You will be the learning the relationship between these quantities, how to measure them, errors and graphs.
Test air table experiment to find out the relationship between the position, time and velocity. Collect your calculation data to see your improve
Determine the initial velocity of a projectile by using a ballistic pendulum, investigate the relationship between kinetic energy and potential energy
Let’s see what are the key principles of mechanics and experience the mechanical laws of motion with constant acceleration.
Join us to experience Newton’s laws and motion specifics, get your VR googles on and start wandering the world of air track system