Friction Lab 1819
by: Dalton Lee (28 days ago)



Project #3621

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Description

1.  Log in to your iSENSE account. 

2.  Click on the "Manual Entry" icon to the right to bring up a data entry table.

3.  Name your data set using the two materials  (e.g., "Wood on Wood")

4.  Record the normal force in Newtons for each trial (the normal force  should equal the total weight of the object and the masses).

5.  Record the MAXIMUM static frictional force in Newtons for each trial (Ffs should equal the tension force measured by your spring scale).  (level surface and scale kept level)

6.  Record the kinetic frictional force in Newtons for each trial (Ffk should equal the tension force measured by your spring scale). (level surface and scale kept level, constant velocity) 

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Name Units Type
Normal Force
N
Number
Maximum Static Frictional Force
N
Number
Avg. Kinetic Friction Force
N
Number
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Friction Lab 1819

Project #3621 on iSENSEProject.org


Description

1.  Log in to your iSENSE account. 

2.  Click on the "Manual Entry" icon to the right to bring up a data entry table.

3.  Name your data set using the two materials  (e.g., "Wood on Wood")

4.  Record the normal force in Newtons for each trial (the normal force  should equal the total weight of the object and the masses).

5.  Record the MAXIMUM static frictional force in Newtons for each trial (Ffs should equal the tension force measured by your spring scale).  (level surface and scale kept level)

6.  Record the kinetic frictional force in Newtons for each trial (Ffk should equal the tension force measured by your spring scale). (level surface and scale kept level, constant velocity) 


Fields
Name Units Type of Data
Normal Force
N
Number
Maximum Static Frictional Force
N
Number
Avg. Kinetic Friction Force
N
Number

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Normal Force Maximum Static Frictional Force Avg. Kinetic Friction Force