Physics Investigation A Formula 1 Margarine Tub
I am going to investigate how a mass of any margarine tub affects the distance it can travelling.
The following Elements will impact the distance the tub can easily travel:
·Surface area of the tub
·Air Amount of resistance
·Force used on propel tub
·Length of elastic bands used to catapult tub
·Surface on which tub will travel
I actually predict that as the mass from the tub raises, the distance the tub can easily travel will decrease. It is because of friction. Friction is a force that resists the relative motion or inclination to these kinds of motion of two bodies in contact. Every time the mass of the tub is increased the pressure between the two contact points (the bottom with the tub as well as the floor) raises and thus the friction push acting inside the opposite direction of the ahead forcer with the tub overbalances it. This kind of causes the tub to slow down preventing at a shorter range each time it is mass is usually increased, because the friction push becomes significantly greater than the forward pressure of the tub.
I completed a preliminary operate to gain enough evidence to support my conjecture and find out that which was the best device, range of weight loads and surface to use in my own experiment.
·100 cm leader
·10 100g weights
I extended an elastic band between two stool thighs (40 centimeter apart) and pulled it in return from the feces legs 35 cm, using a ruler to measure; thus using Stretchy Potential Strength as the force to propel the tub over the floor -- my picked surface. I celotaped the amount of weight to the bottom of the tub to prevent these people falling out and/or overturning this in motion, placed the tub in accordance with the feces legs and let go from the elastic artists. The weights I used will be 10, 30, 50, 75 and 90g weights. I measured the length the tub travelled over the floor from your stool lower limbs with a 100cm ruler.
Excess weight put in tub (g)Distance...