Sunday, 3 April 2011

Physics students study rotational motion.

Academy students investigating in the first year undergraduate physics lab
Students changing parameter : velocity
Students changing parameter : radius on rotational motion apparatus
On Wednesday 30th March, the Year 12 Science and Maths Academy at Flinders physics students investigated circular motion using the rotational motion apparatus designed and built by the chemical and physical Sciences technical staff in the first year physics undergraduate laboratory. The Academy students could collect data needed to study variables affecting rotational motion. There were a number of parameters that could be changed and measured. These included, velocity, radius, mass and force.

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