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    Investigating the Oscillations of a Pendulum Aim: - To investigate the oscillations of a simple pendulum and find the value of ‘g’, acceleration due to gravity, in the laboratory. Apparatus: - Retort stand with clamp Pendulum bob Piece of thread (≈ 110 cm) Stop watch Two small wooden blocks metre rule Hypothesis and Theory:- In this experiment the set up below is arranged. This is a simple pendulum system which is a simple harmonic

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    Investigating the Oscillations of a Mass on a Spring Aim: In this physics coursework, I'm here to investigate the oscillations of a mass of a spring. In this investigation, the oscillation means the wave moving with periodic regularity. In this investigation, I can use any mass and many springs, so that I can investigate the oscillations. Variables: I believe there are many factors or variables, which can affect the time for 1 oscillation. These can be: · Mass of weight - I believe

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    Factors Affecting the Time Period for Oscillations in a Mass-spring System When a mass is attached to the end of a spring the downward force the mass applies on the spring will cause the spring to extend. We know from Hooke's law that the force exerted by the masses attached to the spring will be proportional to the amount the spring extends. F = kx When additional downward force is applied to the spring we can cause additional tension in the spring which, when released, causes the system

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    placed on the spring. Harmonic motion involves the principle of oscillation where the spring force is proportional to the spring?s elongation. This means that the further the spring was stretched, there was increase in the force in order to keep the spring extended. The experiment is divided into two parts. In the first part, I measured static equilibrium and in the second part, I measured the period of oscillation known as dynamic oscillation. Apparatus: The equipment was pole with a spring attached

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    Physics Practical Aim:Investigate the factors which determine the damping of a compound pendulum to find an equation that relates the amplitude of oscillations to the factors chosen to investigate. Compound Pendulum ================= For a system to oscillate in simple harmonic motion there are 3 conditions which should be satisfied; 1. A mass that oscillates, 2. A central point where the mass is in equilibrium, 3. A restoring force which returns the mass to its central

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    .. middle of paper ... ... eliminate reaction time of the experimenter having effect on the results. Perhaps a laser beam could be used as a sensor to count the oscillations. If connected to a logger, the number of times the laser beam is interrupted, by oscillating pendulum count be used to determine how many oscillations have been made. The calculated period would be more accurate and precise if error such as the above could be eliminated and the experiment bettered and the margin of

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    An Investigation of the Factors Affecting the Period of a Pendulum I could investigate the following factors: * Angle of displacement * Length of string * Pendulum weight I am going to investigate and see if varying the length of string will affect the period of the pendulum. My prediction is: The longer the string the longer the period. The period will be longer as the pendulum has farther to travel. My theory is demonstrated below. Pendulum A has a shorter string. This gives

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    general plan for this experiment. In this experiment, I am going to be measuring the effect of two variables on the time of one oscillation of a simple pendulum. The two variables that I have chosen are the length of the pendulum's string and the mass of the pendulum's bob. I will vary these two items and record results for the time of one oscillation of a pendulum with different mass/length of string. I must also be able to determine the value for acceleration due to gravity (hereby

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    Harmonic motion

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    regards to the lab the terms harmonic motion, pendulum and an oscillator were all three used throughout the lab. Harmonic motion is used to describe motion that repeats itself over and over. A pendulum is an oscillation which is formed when a pendulum is connected onto the stance. An oscillation is essentially something that makes harmonic motion. There were three parts that made up the Harmonic Motion Lab. Initially we began setting up the pendulum, this consisted of gathering the materials necessary

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    loop-swing. There, two axis were demanded (system- and excenter-axis) and two ´wheels´ did turn within each other. So this will be a rather difficult technical construction. By this chapter now shall be examined, how effect of building-up mechancal oscillations could be realized easier. So only one axis should be neccessary, nevertheless masses should move like at uneven ´movement of pendulum´, above this phase shifting by intermediate storage of forces must be guaranteed. Pendulum with radial suspension

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