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Friction. Lab reportObjective: To be able to determine the limiting angle of repose and find out the effects of mass and contact surface area of block on frictional force and coefficient of friction

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FrictionNewton’s second law was put up to investigate the relationship between mass force and acceleration. Finding coefficient of static friction, µs and the coefficient of kinetic friction, µk. requires set formulae to determine the acceleration of a body in relation to the force and mass of an object.

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Newton's Three Laws, Friction and Electrical Circutes Newton's First Laws is intuitive and can be seen directly at work in our daily life. For the first case, an example would be a soccer ball which will not be going anywhere unless someone kicks it or carries it. On the second case, consider a ball rolling with a constant velocity.

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Work,Energy,and Efficiency: PulleysThe increase the efficiency of double movable pulley (1.24) followed by single movable pulley (2.1) the lastly single fixed pulley (1.74).
Each pulley in the system cause friction and hence increases the total energy applied in the lifting of loads; double movable pulley has

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Fluid lab ( Head loss through a pipe)Flow through a closed pipe is described by the flow rate which is influenced the velocity and the fluid the surface area of the pipe. The velocity of flow varies at different points of

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Lab Discussion2 The uncertainty coefficient of kinetic friction for the varnish material had the least amount of uncertainty. This is because its values were clustered very tightly and

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FrictionThere are two types of friction called kinetic and static friction. A static friction force (fs) acts on an object at rest while kinetic friction (fk) acts on moving

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The dynamic and static moment of inertia was different for both experiments. The torque applied produced the same energy for both the longest and

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FrictionOn the other hand, it produces wear and tear in the engine parts when they slide over one another. In order to estimate the friction proper mathematical systems are utilized to evaluate the

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Friction, Work, And Kinetic EnergyPushing it harder increases the frictional force so as to match the magnitude of the push. There is a limit to the magnitude of static friction, that eventually

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