Advanced Mechanics Virtual Lab

The laboratory is concerned with the issues of advanced dynamics in mechanical systems dealing with describing motions, as well as the causes of motion.

Rigidity Modulus of The Suspension Wire of A Torsion Pendulum An experiment to find out the rigidity modulus of the suspension wire of a torsion pendulum in different environments. | |

Young's Modulus-NonUniform Bending Aim of this experiment is to find the Young's modulus of the given material by non-uniform bending using pin and microscope method. | |

Compound Pendulum- Symmetric A rigid body with distributed mass able to freely pivot about a horizontal axis, which does not coincide with the center of gravity is called a compound pendulum. The compound pendulum is an interesting example of a pendulum that undergoes simple harmonic | |

Kater's pendulum It is a compound pendulum constructed on the principle that centre of oscillation and centre of suspension are interchangable.The Kater's pendulum is used to measure the acceleration due to gravity more accurately. | |

Young's Modulus-Uniform Bending Aim of this experiment is to find the Young's modulus of the given material by uniform bending using pin and microscope method. | |

Moment of inertia of a Torsion Pendulum What is torsional oscillation? A body suspended by a thread or wire which twists first in one direction and then in the reverse direction, in the horizontal plane is called a torsional oscillation. | |

Rigidity Modulus -Static Torsion Here Searle's static torsion apparatus is used to determine the rigidity modulus of the material of a given cylindrical rod |

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