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Introduction/Application

speed. As an object moves in a circle, the object has a constant speed but there’s a change

in direction and so an acceleration can be observed with a constant velocity and a change

in position. Also, uniform circular motion has a force that acts upon the object that directs

it toward the center. The net force is said to be the centripetal force. Centripetal force that

came from the Latin word “centrum“ which means "center" and “petere " which

means to seek," is a force that is always directed to the center and with this force,

the object would be moving along a straight path.

This experiment aims to make the student understand the uniform circular motion.

Also it aims to quantify the centripetal force on the body when the parameters is

held constant and also to verify the effects of varying the factors involved in circular

motion.

ii. Methodology

In the first part, the researchers’ objective is to find the centripetal force of an object with

a constant mass and variable radius of rotation. It was done in 3 trials and in each trial the

radius of rotation is increased with 1cm and the mass remains constant. To start, the

researchers weigh the rotation body using a digital weighing scale to determine its mass.

To create a centripetal force, they must hang a known mass over the clamp-on pulley. It

was initially set up to 16cm radius and adjusted the thumb screw’s position. The spring

bracket is adjusted up and down to make sure that the string is in vertical orientation. The

bracket with the orange indicator was moved to be located at the center of the post and it

will serve as the reference and the mass hanging over the pulley was removed. The

apparatus was gently rotated and the orange indicator must be centered in the indicator

bracket to keep the rotating object at is desired radius. To record the time, the researchers

used a stopwatch and a complete ten revolution is recorded. Dividing the time recorded

by 10 will be used as data. It was repeated until 3 trials are done,

In the second part, the researchers aim to calculate the centripetal force with a constant

radius and variable mass of rotating body. It was done in 3 trials and in each trial, the

mass of the rotating body is increased and unlike the previous part, there is no need to

slide the side post to different positions. To start off, the researchers weigh the rotating

body using a digital weighing scale and the mass is recorded to be use as a basis of the

calculation of the centripetal force. Like the previous part, hanging a known mass over

the clamp-on pulley will create a constant centripetal force. The spring bracket is also

adjusted to make sure that the string is connecting the rotating body is in vertical position.

The orange bracket will serve again as a reference and after removing the mass hanging

over the pulley, the apparatus must be gently rotated until the indicator is centered in the

indicator bracket. Ten complete revolution is completed and a stopwatch is used to time

the ten revolutions and by dividing the time with 10 will result to the period of rotation of

the moving object. It was repeated until three trials were done and in each preceding trial,

the mass of the rotating body is changed.

In the third part, the researchers aim to find the mass of the rotating body with a constant

radius and variable force. To start off, the researchers weigh the rotating body once again

by using the digital weighing scale and record its mass as a basis for the actual value of

mass of the rotating body. A known mass was hang over the clamp-on pulley and in each

trial, the mass on the pulley is increased. The researchers now then tightens and secure

the the thumb screw and keep the radius constant. The spring bracket is adjusted once

again and. The bracket with an orange indicator is moved once again to be located at the

center post. The apparatus now was gently rotated keeping the orange indicator at the

center of the bracket. Ten revolutions was completed like the previous parts and the time

is recorded dividing it by 10 that will serve as the period of rotation. The steps were

repeated and on the preceding trials, the mass that was hanged on the clamp-on pulley is

changed and with the change of mass, the centripetal force for each trial will also change.

iii. Figures/Tables/Graphs

*Figures

Reference

http://www.physicsclassroom.com/mmedia/circmot/ucm.cfm

http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/physics/phys06/bcentrif/default.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centripetal_force

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