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Practical 5 Rate of Change of Momentum Using a Trolley

Practical 5 Rate of Change of Momentum Using a Trolley

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Published by: Shafkat Sakeebur Rahman on Jun 02, 2011
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Practical 5
Rate of change of momentum using a trolley
Figure 1: Using a trolley to investigate rate of change of momentum
Experimental instructions
Set up your apparatus as shown in the diagram. Compensate the runway for friction byraising one end slightly. Check by giving the trolley a gentle push and measuring its velocitythrough both light gates – it should move along the runway at a constant velocity when thereis no accelerating force on it. Set your interface unit to measure velocity at both gates and thetime taken to travel between them.Start with ten of your twelve washers on the trolley and the other two on the thread hangingdown. The mass to be accelerated is the mass of the trolley and twelve washers while theaccelerating force is the weight of the two suspended washers (0.2 N).Allow the trolley to accelerate down the runway. Record the velocities of the trolley as itpasses through light gates 1 and 2 and the time take for the trolley to travel between thegates. Repeat the readings and take an average.
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