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Investigation 3: Coefficient of Static Friction

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UNSW PHYS1110: Everyday Physics. Investigation 3: Coefficient of static friction.

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Investigation 3: Coefficient of Static Friction
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Mechanics Force Physics Classical mechanics Mechanical engineering Tribology Friction Inclined plane Normal force Sliding Banked turn
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Mechanics Force Physics Classical mechanics Mechanical engineering Tribology Friction Inclined plane Normal force Sliding Banked turn
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The coefficient of static friction (dependent variable) will be calculated using the angle at which the box starts to move down a slope and the formula will be derived in question 5. By conducting this experiment, one will gain an understanding of: • Separating forces into components • Frictional forces • Newton’s second law Equipment • Cardboard as the ramp • Protractor (Smallest increment: 1°) • Empty box • Textbooks – two used as weights, one used to increase the angle of the slope • Rice (object) • Ruler • Kitchen scales (Smallest increment: 1g) ________________ Risk Assessment Tasks Hazards (Step 3) Risk rating with existing controls (Step 5) C L R Handling the textbooks 2 D L Moving the glass scale...
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