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KEY WORD LIST WORK=FORCExDISTANCE The Free Fall Tower takes you up and drops you

Energy conservation, energy conversion, energy transfer, When we walk up the stairs of the slippery dip, 3/4 of down. The investigation starts by making a

energy loss, potential energy (PE), kinetic energy (KE), our food fuel is used in running our body and 1/4 is distance or displacement picture of its fall. Falling

fuel, inertia, heat, velocity, speed, acceleration, weight converted to PE. In walking up the stairs we are doing

force or gravity force (Fg), orbital speed, angular velocity

1 2

from rest, the relationship s = at lets us find

work by applying a force just larger than Fg and 2

(w), centripetal force (Fc), normal or reaction force (FN), moving it through the height of the stairs. At the top of how far it travelled in each time interval - each 1/25

tension force (Ft), centripetal acceleration ac, turbulence, the stairs our PE = Fgh = mgh. We will do the same th of a second, the time between each video

frictional force Ffr, catapult, missile. work in sliding down and our PE is converted into KE frame, or each second.

and heat through friction; we reach a terminal velocity. (Q12.)

The slide should be called the "friction dip".(Q7, 8.) This becomes the vertical axis for our picture. To

POTENTIAL AND KINETIC ENERGY As the trapeze artists fall into the safety net, we again get the horizontal movement we add the second

As the trapeze artist swings, her initial potential energy see a force applied to stop them, and this force moves component, travelling the same distance

is converted into kinetic energy. This conversion through a distance as the elastic rope stretches. So horizontally each time interval, so no acceleration.

increases her velocity from zero to what it would have the work done by the rope = mgh = the average By combining these 2 components, half a

been in free fall. As KE is a scalar quantity, this velocity stopping force stopping distance = Fs. parabola is produced. The family of parabolas is

will take on the direction of the swing arc at any time. (Q9.) produced by having a different horizontal velocity

The vertical velocity changes are interesting as they lead

for each. Each falls the same vertical distance in

to the concept of simple harmonic motion, SHM. (Q1, 2.) VECTORS the same time. The rules also apply to a missile

The Pirate ship shows the conversion of PE to KE to We could calculate this stopping force using a vector shooting upwards. It is also accelerating

PE. But it is not a simple pendulum, and so the velocity diagram. This same vector diagram is useful in downward and so its velocity is reduced by 9.8

at the bottom is not as fast as it could be. working out the tension in a tightrope. ms-1 each second until it stops at the top of its

(Q3.) (Q10.) flight.

The same conversion is seen with the Russian tumblers.

The complete parabola results when the missile

Notice the effect of starting with twice the amount of PE; COMPONENTS OF MOTION has the same horizontal velocity on the way up as

the catapulted tumbler rises 2x as high. Complex motion is made of several simple on the way down - our Human Cannon Ball, or the

Again in the Big Dipper we see the same conversion. In movements combined. Each of these are termed car jumping 3 cars using a ramp. The tumblers

the Roller Coaster the energy lost on each run has to be components and by examining them one at a time, catapulted from the springboard also demonstrate

made up before the next journey, otherwise there would the resulting motion can be better understood, and this.

be a real problem. To stop the journey in the end, more even better experienced! There is something else to be seen as the bike

energy has to be lost. The brakes are applied and things If La Bamba was a horizontal ride travelling at the rider launches from the ramp. Both paths, his and

get noisy and hot. The Water Slide is a variation of this. same speed our experiences would be different; the bike's, are parabolic, they both have the same

(Q4, 5, 6.) something is added by rotating in a vertical plane. horizontal velocity (minus the little push). As they

Four different experiences are added: falling, stopping both fall, the rider will no longer feel the bike

PE->KE->HEAT the fall, accelerating upwards, and being catapulted. pushing up against his weight force. They are both

Both the river water and the boat are lifted to gain PE, (Q11.) in free fall together.

the energy for the ride down. This is converted to KE The Human Cannon Ball also experiences complex (Q13.)

during the ride. Luckily it is designed so the water motion, in fact each of the four sensations just listed An airplane with its engines off, and a minor

quickly reaches terminal velocity as friction and above. But is this path part of a circle? We find out by adjustment to compensate for wing uplift,

turbulence constantly remove energy from the system. dividing the trajectory into just 2 components, one becomes a missile. It follows the path of a

Again the water heats up. looking at the vertical movement, and the other the parabola as it falls. The passengers experience

horizontal movement.

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this same weightlessness as they are free-falling found. The banking appears "flat" as does the water

together with the plane. They temporarily feel the surface. In text books the frame of reference is

sensation of zero gravity. Whenever the plane follows usually the Earth and not the car. The only 2 forces T = 4seconds, r = 8metres

part of the inverted parabolic path, even when going up, acting are F N and Fg and as the car doesn't slip on the

the passengers experience free-fall. The track of the Big

2π 2

= 19.7ms −1

bank, Fg must be balanced by an equal and opposite 2

Dipper has this same parabolic path and so the riders force, -Fg. But the only force in this direction is FN so - ∴a c = rω = 8 ×

will momentarily feel the fun of being weightless or free- 4

Fg must be a component of FN with Fc, the centripetal

2π r

= 12.6ms −1

falling with the carriage. force, being the other component. Fc is the

At the bottom of the Big Dipper dips however, theres a unbalanced force acting towards the centre of the and v =

T

payback, the carriage pushes back on the riders very circular track.

hard. They have to stop falling and then be catapulted At the top, from F = ma

back up in a short time. This push changes the direction F

c or F = m.g.tan α FN + mg = ma

of travel very quickly. tan α = m.g

c

On a Merry-go-round we experience a continuous force ∴ FN = ma − mg

causing us to constantly change direction, but we retain 2 2

the same speed. This force, called a centripetal force, but F = mv ∴ m.g.tan α = mv or F = m[19.7 − 9.8], so F = 10m newtons.

c r r N N

keeps pulling us sideways, horizontally towards the

centre. Without this pull we would go straight ahead. or v2 = r.g.tanα At the bottom, from F = ma

But this centripetal force is different to the forces we F − mg = ma

experience in the dip. Three forces appear to act: the ∴v = r.g.tanα N

tension in the rope, Ft, and the gravitational force, Fg, are ∴ F = ma + mg

constantly balanced, to give the required centripetal Phew!! It would have been a real mess if "m" was still N

force (Fc). Because Fc is a component of our weight a variable. (Q15.) or F = m[19.7 + 9.8], so F = 30m newtons.

force, the experience is similar to leaning into a corner to N N

turn a pushbike. (Q14.) VERTICAL RIDES.

The vector diagram shows the 3 forces acting: Ft + Fc = In the La Bamba we experience 2 vertical events.

Firstly the seat or ride has to accelerate us up, and to ANGULAR MOMENTUM

Fg. Such a combination, where the weight force is the

do this it has to apply a force greater than Fg, and The spinning aerialist, as her assistant applies a

resultant of the 2 others, gives a horizontal centripetal

then it has to launch us. If the top of the seat torque, spins faster and faster, gaining angular

force that is not bone shattering. In fact it is very gentle

decelerates vertically faster than we do, then we float velocity and angular momentum. With no more

as seen acting on the acrobats on horseback,

off the seat and free-fall. At the bottom, the seat help, her angular momentum, Iw, will not change.

constantly moving them in their circle.

slows us down to zero and then starts launching us But by changing her radius of rotation, her angular

And it is the same for the fast train ride - the Witches

again. velocity must change to conserve her angular

Fury. By using the attached water tank as an

On the Fast Ferris Wheel example, measurements momentum. (Q17.)

accelerometer, a clearer picture emerges. As the car

moves into the curved banked section of the ride, the can be made to show that at the bottom of the ride I1ω1 = I2ω 2

water surface in the tank and the pendulum are no use in the push that the seat gives us is about 3x Fg, while

telling where the horizon is. But they do tell us other at the top we stay pushed to the seat with a force of But I = kmR 2

things, and help locate the same 3 forces again. The about Fg. (Q16.) So if R increases then I will increase dramatically.

camera is attached to the car and as it banks, the Therefore w must equally decrease for Iw to

EarthÕs horizon appears to tilt anti-clockwise. By remain the same.

pausing the video this new horizon and thus Fg can be The animation works through the same logic.

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MOMENT OF INERTIA

This has to do with the way rotating objects respond to

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an applied torque because of the distribution of their

mass.

As the trapeze artist changes the position of her centre Producer

of mass, she changes the period of the pendulum she is

part of, and can thus speed it up or slow it down. The John Willis/John Davis

swing frequency of a physical pendulum is governed by Editor/FX

this mass distribution. In a simple pendulum the mass is

concentrated at the end, and the formula used to Roderick Balle

calculate the period is an approximation. (Q18.) Sound

I Executive Producer

T = 2π mgh

John Davis

For a simple pendulum the period, T, is given by : Teachers notes

T = 2π gl John Willis

pendulum then the period of the swing would be much

less, and the speed at the bottom would certainly make

us scream! (Q19.)

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Questions

1. Make measurements from the video to determine the speed of the trapeze artist. Remember the time between each video frame is 1/25 th seconds.

Her height is about 1.6 metres, and her mass is about 60kg.

2. What are the units of Energy? How can we find out her PE? Calculate the PE lost as she falls. If all this PE converts to KE, use mgh = 1/2mv 2 to

calculate her speed at the bottom of the arc. Does this value agree with your answer in Q1?

3. Calculate the speed of the Pirate Ship at the bottom of its arc. Does the ship work like a simple pendulum?

4. Try working out the speed of the Big Dipper at the bottom of its run if all its PE was converted to KE.

5. The Roller Coaster travels through a tear-drop loop. Why is it this shape? Its velocity or speed on entering this loop of 7 metres diameter is about 7ms -

1

. What is its speed at the top of the loop? Use measurements from the video and calculate its PE and KE to check.

6. Describe all the energy changes that occur with the Roller Coaster from getting on to getting off. Do the same for the Water Slide.

7. What would your PE gain be in walking up the stairs of the Slippery Dip? If 1 joule of fuel is contained in a 0.25 mm grain of sugar, how many sugar

grains would you have used as fuel to climb the stairs?

8. What would your speed be at the bottom if all this PE was converted to KE? Show that your mass is not part of this calculation. OR: Why do all sliders

reach the same velocities? I worked it out to be about 14 ms -1 or about 50 km/hr. Why would this be a problem at the end of the slide? What could be

done? Why do they close this "friction dip" when it rains?

9. The trapeze artist falls 6 metres from her swing into the safety net. How long before she hits the net? How fast is she going when she hits? What is

the stopping force she experiences if her mass is 60kg? There are several ways of finding this. Try others and see how closely they agree.

o

10. The angle the tightrope makes to the horizontal is about 3 . Use a vector diagram and calculations to find the tension in the rope. Is this a small value

or a large one?

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Questions (cont'd)

11. There is a lot we can find out from La Bamba! First list all the things that change during one revolution. Then record how you experience these changes,

especially with your feet. What do you feel during each quarter of a revolution? What would you experience if La Bamba went slower? If it went faster?

12. There are rides in some Fun Parks where the ride is similar to La Bamba, but horizontal. Describe one such ride. What is the difference in what you

experience?

13. This question refers to the Free Fall Tower. Try to work out things about the tower. How high is it? How long does the car take to fall? How is it stopped?

1 2

Given the equation s = at , which tells us how far something falls under Fg each second, calculate how far the car falls each 0.1 of a second. Can you find its

2

final velocity?

14. Examine the bike rider launching from the ramp. Try to take some measurements from the video. Is it real time or has it been slowed down? If the video is in real

time then the time of his fall is 2.4 seconds. Why is this probably not true? Find his horizontal velocity as he leaves the ramp. Why did he push back on the bike? Did

the bike push on him? What would this change?

Many old movies were shot at 16 frames per second, the video plays at 25 f/ps.

15. Draw a force diagram showing how a cyclist turns a corner without turning the handlebars. Include those forces between the horizontal road and the wheel as

well.

16. As the Witches Fury moves into the fast section of the track, pause the video and examine the Earth's horizon and the water surface in the tank. Draw what you

notice. What are the only 2 forces that act on the car? Draw the accelerometer from the EarthÕs frame of reference. Complete a force vector diagram to show th

origin of the centripetal force Fc. Show that Fc does not depend on the masses involved.

2

17. Using the Fast Ferris Wheel footage determine T, the period of rotation, r, the radius of the wheel and use a = rω to determine the centripetal acceleration.

c

What is the velocity of the car?

What are the forces on you at the top, sides & bottom of the ride?

19. Locate examples of pendulums in action. Calculate their period, T. Place these results in a table together with the length of the pendulum. Draw a graph of length

against the period of the swing. Comment on any examples where the results do not fit the general pattern.

20. Examine the Pirate Ship footage. Does the seat include a harness? Would a harness be necessary?

Passengers fear losing things from their pockets. Comment on this. If all the PE that the Pirate Ship has at the top of its swing converted into KE, what would its final

velocity be at the bottom of the swing? Why does this not occur?

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