Inertia In Rotational Motion Apparatus

Inertia In Rotational Motion Apparatus

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Inertia In Rotational Motion Apparatus

Technical description of Inertia In Rotational Motion Apparatus

This apparatus enables experiments to be performed on rotational motion in general. Weights can be fitted to a rotating rod at marked distances from the centre. A dumbbell-shaped arrangement is thus created; the inertia properties of this arrangement can be changed easily and recalculated. The arrangement is fitted to a low friction ball bearing mounted rotating drum. The system is accelerated by a metal weight attached to a cord wrapped around the drum. The time taken for the weight to fall is measured using a stopwatch, the moment of inertia of the object can then be determined. The experiment is set up quickly using table clamps and stands; it is ideally suited to group work for 2-3 persons.

Specification of Inertia In Rotational Motion Apparatus

  • Student experiments on moments of inertia, comparison of the inertia of rotation of various bodies
  • Metal rotating bar, weights with knurled bolts for quick fastening
  • Solid and hollow test cylinders
  • Ball bearing mounted rotating drum, anodised aluminium
  • Acceleration of system by weight attached to the drum

Technical data of Inertia In Rotational Motion Apparatus

  • Rotating rod: 550mm long, d=10mm
  • Weights: 100g, 200g, 400g

Solid cylinder

  • Diameter: d=120mm
  • Mass: 900g

Hollow cylinder

  • Outer diameter: d=120mm
  • Inner diameter: d=110mm
  • Mass: 0.9kg
  • Weight for the drive: 1n

Dimensions and weight of inertia in rotational motion apparatus

  • L x w x h : approx. 600 x 200 x 400 mm (set-up)
  • Weight : approx. 9 kg

 

 


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