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Air Track Collisions
Elastic and inelastic collisions on the air track
 Atwoods Incline
 Bainbridge Mass Spectrometer

Balanced Forces 1
The force of the wind acting on the sail (in this case anticlockwise) is balanced by the force of the crew leaning out (clockwise force)

Balanced forces 2
In this case the clockwise force is the crew pushing down on the daggerboard and the anticlockwise force is the resistance of the water on the sail

Candles in a spinning dome
Watch what happens to the flames of a line of candles as they are spun inside a perspex dome

Circular Motion
Circular motion and SHM

Circular Motion
Circular motion and SHM
 Circular Motion (Angular Speed)

Circular SHM Vectos
Displacement, velocity and acceleration vectors for SHM
 Circular Simple Harmonic Motion

Collisions
Examples of conservation of momentum
 Constant acceleration from graph

Coupled Simple Harmonic Motion
Coupled harmonic motion. Two pendula linked by a spring.
 Damped Simple Harmonic Motion
 Distance and Displacement
 Drawing Vectors
 Driven Simple Harmonic Motion

Explosions
Releasing two cars on the air track

F=MA
In this experiment, we tried to establish the F=MA equation. We did this by creating a system which involved a Car, being pulled by a pulley which was attached to some masses (Weight, which in this experiment acts as force, Weight is mass being accelerated by gravity.) In the first experiment we moved the Weights from the Weight, to the Car (Turning it into Mass). This is graph One, which is the upper of the two. And the results are to the left of it. The second experiment was where we only added to the Mass of the car. Activities: Plot the gradient, as the Acceleration and Mass have been listed, put these values into F=MA and see if the Gradient is equal to F. If so why so? If not, why not?

Forces on an oscillating pendulum
Free body force diagrams for a pendulum in motion

Kinematics of Projectile Motion
Showing the vector product at each stage in the flight of a projectile.

Kinematics of Projectile Motion
Showing the vector product at each stage in the flight of a projectile.

Mass moving in a verticle circle
Representation of the forces acting on a mass moving in a verticle circle
 Measuring G
 Mechanics topics

Michelson Morley
Using the analogy of two swimmers to explain the Michelson Morley experiment with light.

Micrometer
Overview of how a micrometer works

Micrometer Vernier Scale
How to read the scale on a micrometer
 Motion Animation
 Newton's Cradle
 Physicsgcse.com
 Projectile
 Projectile Motion
 Pulley  2:1
 Pulley  5:1

Racing Balls
Two balls falling the same total distance, which reaches the finish first.

Radioactivity
A lesson extract (8.08) describing alpha, beta and gamma emission. Also includes positron production, penetration and decay chains.

Relative Motion
Controlling a boat as it travels across up and downstream.
 SCool
 SHM  Spinning and Spring

Simple Harmonic Motion
Uniform circular motion dispayed on the x y axis of a displacement vs. time graph.
 Simple Harmonic Motion

Stealth at Thorpe Park
According to the ride. Stealth rises a total of 205 feet and it goes from 080 mph in 2.3 seconds.
 Stealth at Thorpe Park
 Unit Vectors
 Vector Subtraction

Worked Example  Free Fall
Worked example (7.18) using the equations of motion to find the height of a building or the time taken to fall.
 Zodiac at Thorpe Park
 Zodiac at Thorpe Park