Centripetal Force Experiment

$750.00

Code Number: P086210

Brand: AELAB

Purpose:

  • Investing rotation motion
  • Centripetal force
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- The Centripetal force apparatus serves to measure and examine the centrifugal force resulting from the rotation of a body around a defined axis

- Experimental set is designed modernly with adjustable speed engine.

- Can be done with digital dynamometer, disc dynamometer or spring dynamometer

- Values ​​are very accurate.

- The test object is changable 

- Motor controller with  LED speed display.

Tasks:

- Investigation of rotation
- Investigate the Centripetal Force depending on the rotation speed.
- Investigate the Centripetal Force depending on the radius of rotation
- Investigate the Centripetal Force depending on the mass of the test object. 

Set Includes :

1. Centripetal apparatus:

+ Integrated motor

+ It has a mechanism to attach disk dynamometer and a spring dynamometer, which can be adjusted up and down from 0 to 80mm

+ The maximum rotation speed is 4 rpm.

+ Rotation Hand: diameter 50cm, with a ruler.

+ The test object may slide to change the turning radius.

+ Using power source: 12V / 3A

+ Triangular stand has balance adjustment knob

+ Support rods 20mm and 16mm in diameter, aluminum.

2.  Disc dynanmometer 5N (Or Spring Dynamometer)

3. Student power supply

4. Motor controller, LED display, unit: rpm, source input: 12-30VDC

5. Connecting lead:  50cm (pair: blue/red)

6. Signal cable: 1.5m

Centripetal force apparatus

Centripetal force apparatus

Centripetal force apparatus

Centripetal force apparatus: Motor controller: Max. 999.9 rpm 

Centripetal force apparatus: Mechanism for attaching dynamometer

Centripetal force apparatus

Centripetal force apparatus: Machanism for attaching weights and sliding

Centripetal force apparatus: Triange base with adjustable

Centripetal force apparatus: Lock

Dynamometer

Centripetal force apparatus: Video demo

Force of centripetal:

w: rotation speed (rad/s)

m: Mass of weight (kg) = 0.12kg

r: Radia of rotation obit (m) = 0.19m