8101 Motion plane

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8101 Motion plane

The motion plane together with the two “punctiform” friction-trolleys and with the “non-punctiform” trolley allows you to perform several experiments on motion using RTL (Real Time Laboratory) techniques.
The didactic interest of the executable experiments with this item is multiple. In fact the student can:
- familiarise himself with the magnitudes characterizing the motion;
- learn how to correlate the distance-time graph with the speed-time and acceleration-time graphs;
- measure the intensity of frictional forces and gravity acceleration;
- study how potential and kinetic energies vary according to time and distance

EXPERIMENTS:
Rectilinear uniform motion;
Uniformly accelerated motion;
Basic Law of dynamics F = m a;
The inclined plane;
Rolling (with the kit code 8105);
The principle of energy conservation;
Friction forces;
Elastic collision against a wall.

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Supplied Materials

1 Plane, length:100 cm and width:25 cm, graduated in mm, sturdy and perfectly linear, one of the surfaces
made of plastic laminate and the other made of anodized aluminium;
1 Device to tilt the plane;
1 Rigid shore for elastic collision;
1 Soft shore to absorb the collision;
1 Screen for the distance sensor;
1 Linear ruler;
1 Table boss-head with telescopic bar and low-friction pulley with brief inertia inactivity moment;
1 Weight -holder plate which reflects ultrasounds emitted by the distance sensor;
1 Reel made of fine and resistant wire;
5 10 g Weights
1 Punctiform friction-trolley
1 Magnetic punctiform friction-trolley
1 Support for sensors
4 40 g Weights
1 Experiments guide.

Required material not supplied
1 Distance sensor + interface, or 1 usb distance sensor.

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