Eng 2116 Engineer Egg Drop Paper Description: Using only a single piece of cardboard, scissors and masking tape, construct an egg carton that will allow an egg to fall 20 feet without breaking. Idea: 1) Cut the poster board in to 2 halves. 2) Use one half to construct a cone. The cone should be large enough that the egg will fit into the open end of the cone but will go no farther than half way down the cone. (See figure 1.1.)
Position it on its side with the cut-off part slightly higher than the top and rotate it so that the magnet is on the bottom side of the bottle. 9. Slowly pour the slurry through the bottle, making sure the slurry goes over the magnet and the liquid is collected in the large bowl. 10. If the slurry becomes solid and hard to pour, put the cereal back in the blender along with 100 mL of distilled water and blend.
Catapults were an absolute revelation in weaponry. Although they are very hard to create, they use very simple forms of physics to complete their task of destruction. The catapult has a basket on the end of a movable arm strong enough to hold the weight of the object it is intended to hurl. Tension is applied to the arm, which is forced down and then locked in place. People in ancient times used twisted ropes to create tension.
According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way a bee should be able to fly. Its wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies anyway because bees don't care what humans think is impossible. Yellow, black. Yellow, black.
The motion of these components can be described as d=vt for constant horizontal motion, and d=1/2at² + Vit. The initial velocity with no angle will be found first, and then will be used to find the distance at which we place the bin. Apparatus: You will need: -Projectile launcher -Plumb Bob -Metric Tape Measure -Carbon Paper -White Paper Setup: * Part I * Part II Part I: Determine Muzzle velocity 1. Firmly attach the Launcher Base to a table by using a C-clamp, with the “launch point” (marked on the side with a circle and a cross) hanging over the edge. Make sure the launch range is clear of any obstructions.
Centrifugal Force - Is the apparent force that draws a rotating body away from the center of rotation. It is caused by the inertia of the body. 8. Centripetal Force - Is a force that makes a body follow a curved path: its direction is always orthogonal to the velocity of the body, toward the fixed point of the instantaneous center of curvature of the path. 9.
Then Kaku states that force fields can do more than deflecting laser beams because it can levitate objects by the use of magnetic force fields. To support that, he explains that when we place two magnets opposite to each other, the two magnets will repel each other. However he wrote that making force fields and to levitate heavy objects is nearly impossible since we lack advanced technology. For my response, Kaku doesn’t completely explain everything. Suppose that you have a structure on a planet or a spaceship in the middle of nowhere, and suppose you don't want the force field on all the time either because there are times when protection isn't needed.
Also, even though the bomb was actually already tested on a desert in New Mexico, the area which they tested the bomb on was actually completely empty and isolated, with no human beings and no buildings whatsoever in it at all. Additionally, the test that was carried out was actually a controlled explosion, so the government was unsure whether or not the bomb was a dud, and wanted to see whether or not the bomb would still work if it was dropped from a plane above. The only way to find out was to actually really drop it on to an actual city, and during that moment, Japan was a very good place to test it, as there weren't any Americans there at that time. Another
There are several sorts of catapult launches; however, they all basically do the same thing. Instead of dragging the train up a hill to build up potential energy, these systems start the train off by building up a good amount of kinetic energy in a short amount of time. One popular catapult system is the linear-induction motor. This motor uses electromagnets to build two magnetic fields (one on the track
Traction- A force that makes heat and helps your tires keep traction on the r 7. Centrifugal Force- Force that increases with acceleration and pulls it out from the center on a body in circulation motion. 8. Centripetal Force- Force that is directed to the center of the curvature. 9.