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Physics Project Lab
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Physics Project Lab

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ISBN-13:
9780198704584
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Seiten:
336
Autor:
Paul Gluck
Gewicht:
737 g
Format:
245x189x19 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Over 50 extended projects are described in detail. Each project description starts with a summary of theoretical background, proceeds to outline goals and possible avenues of exploration, suggests needed instrumentation, experimental setup and data analysis, and presents typical results which can serve as guidelines for the beginner researcher.
Over 50 extended projects are described in detail. Each project description starts with a summary of theoretical background, proceeds to outline goals and possible avenues of exploration, suggests needed instrumentation, experimental setup and data analysis, and presents typical results which can serve as guidelines for the beginner researcher.
Introduction: Projects: why and how?; Part 1: Mechanics; 1 Bouncing balls; 2 Mechanics of soft springs; 3 Pulse speed in falling dominoes; 4 A variable mass oscillator; 5 Rotating vertical; 6 Cycloidal paths; 7 Physics of rubber bands and cords; 8 Oscillation modes of a rod; Part 2: Electromagnetism; 9 Physics of incandescent lamps; 10 Propulsion with a solenoid; 11 Magnetic dipoles; 12 The jumping ring of Elihu Thomson; 13 Microwaves in dielectrics I; 14 Microwaves in dielectrics II; 15 The Doppler effect; 16 Noise; 17 Johnson noise; 18 Network analog for lattice dynamics; 19 Resistance networks; Part 3: Acoustics; 20 Vibrating wires and strings; 21 Physics with loudspeakers; 22 Physics of the tuning fork; 23 Acoustic resonance in pipes; 24 Acoustic cavity resonators and filters; 25 Room acoustics; 26 Musical instruments: the violin; 27 Musical instruments: the guitar; 28 Brass musical instruments; Part 4: Liquids; 29 Sound from gas bubbles in a liquid; 30 Shape and path of air bubbles in a liquid; 31 Ink diffusion in water; 32 Refractive index gradients; 33 Light scattering by surface ripples; 34 Diffraction of light by ultrasonic waves in liquids; 35 The circular hydraulic jump; 36 Vortex physics; 37 Plastic bottle oscillator; 38 Salt water oscillator; Part 5: Optics; 39 Birefringence in cellulose tapes; 40 Barrier penetration; 41 Reflection and transmission of light; 42 Polarisation by transmission; 43 Laser speckle; 44 Light scattering from suspensions; 45 Light intensity from a line source; 46 Light interference in reflecting tubes; Part 6: Temperature & Heat; 47 Cooling I; 48 Cooling II; 49 The Leidenfrost effect I; 50 The Leidenfrost effect II; 51 The drinking bird; 52 Liquid vapor equilibrium; 53 Solar radiation flux; Appendix A: Project ideas; Appendix B: Facilities, materials, devices and instruments; Appendix C: Reference library
This book is the result of many years of experience of the authors in guiding physics projects. It aims to satisfy a deeply felt need to involve students and their instructors in extended experimental investigations of physical phenomena.
Over fifty extended projects are described in detail, at various levels of sophistication, aimed at both the advanced high school, as well as first and second year undergraduate physics students, and their instructors. Carrying out these projects may take anything from a few days to several weeks, and in some cases months. Each project description starts with a summary of theoretical background, proceeds to outline goals and possible avenues of exploration, suggests needed instrumentation,
experimental setup and data analysis, and presents typical results which can serve as guidelines for the beginner researcher.

Separate parts are devoted to mechanics, electromagnetism, acoustics, optics, liquids, and thermal physics. An additional appendix suggests twenty further ideas for projects, giving a very brief description for each and providing references for pursuing them in detail. We also suggest a useful library of basic texts for each of the topics treated in the various parts.

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