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Combined with EasySense software it makes an ideal demonstration to explain wave phases in SHM and why circular motion can be described as a sine waveform.
40 seconds - Dynamics systems + light gates + rotary motion sensor
Download Rotary Motion Sensor Manual Doc No.: DS055 | Issue: 5
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Plant growth (Biology (11-14) ebook)Photosynthesis produces the food for plant growth, If this is true then a plant in good light will show growth. The worksheet outlines a method to measure plant growth as an increase in height over time.
Plant growth (Biology (14-18) eBook)We teach the idea that photosynthesis powers a plants growth and development, but plant growth is too slow for the pace of modern teaching. Using a data logger allows you to monitor changes over the longer time that is required to see any growth
Charles law (pressure volume) (Chemistry (14-18) eBook)For a fixed mass of gas at constant pressure the volume is proportional to the temperature.The relationship between gas volume and temperature is studied in this investigation. The plot of the data as an x – y plot shows the linear nature of the relationship
Grahams law of effusion (Chemistry (14-18) eBook)Effusion is the movement of a gas through a pin hole into a vacuum.Graham’s law of effusion was created by Thomas Graham. this is a model of its measurement.
Motion on a slope Rotary Motion sensor (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)Motion of a cart on a slope is recorded via the rotary motion sensor. A time distance line is produced. Tools within the software can create acceleration, velocity, kinetic energy and momentum graphs.
Simple hamonic motion In a spring (alternative distance measurement using a Rotary motion sensor). (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)change of distance with time is plotted alongside changes in force in this alternative study of SHM.
SHM: Impulse and change in momentum during an oscillation. (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)The force sensor is used to measure the restoring force in an oscillating spring. Distance and force are both monitored
SHM: Calculation of K from a graph of F vs. (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)Create a force vs. extension graph and then calculate K, the spring constant
Pendulum Period Length (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)The relationship between pendulum period and the length of the pendulum is for many counter intuitive, so much so that this investigation has been used as part of the CASE (Cognitive Acceleration in Science Education ) scheme. In a CASE investigation th -
Pendulum and energy analysis (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)Full analysis of the energy changes in a pendulum oscillation. Measure Displacement, velocity, acceleration, kinetic energy, potential energy and total energy
Observation of angular momentum 1 (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)Use two discs and a rotary motion sensor to study angular momentum
Conservation of angular momentum 2 (Physics (14-18) Motion & Forces eBook)Use the principle of conservation of angular momentum to measure the the angular momentum of a spinning disc. Uses two discs and rotary motion sensor.
Single slit interference of light (Physics (14-18) : Light, Sound & Pressure eBook)By using a data logger for the measurement of fringes you can collect information about the intensity of the light vs. distance as well as the more normal distance between fringes data. This will reveal another level of information and give a boost to classic practical.
Charles' Law (Physics (14-18) : Light, Sound & Pressure eBook)A study of the relationship between gas volume and temperature. while we use a contained system to hold the gas ( a gas syringe) the pressure is allowed to stay constant with any temperature change.
Investigating resonance In a pipe (with a plot of distance) (Physics (14-18) : Light, Sound & Pressure eBook)In this investigation the students will be able to study the relationship between the length of the pipe and its resonant frequency and be able to reveal the nodes and anti nodes created in a standing wave in the pipe.