Collision experiment equipment
- Designed for a collision experiment between a ball and a block for qualitative confirmation of the kinetic energy conservation law.
- Relationship between the potential energy and the kinetic energy is confirmed by because a moving distance of the block after collision with a ball is proportional to kinetic energy.
- Potential energy (mgh) can calculate by a height of the start line of a ball rolling down on the slope of the equipment and a mass of a ball.
- Speed at the moment of the collision for Kinetic energy can obtain by BeeSpi V, which is a speed measurement device.
- Kinetic energy conservation
- Potential energy
- Kinetic energy
- Collision motion
- BeeSpi V
- Balls: Steel Ball (×1pcs), Ceramic Ball (×1pcs) (c.a.φ25mm)
- Equipment Size: 1050mm × 100mm × 185mm
- Track: 1,000mm (scale length 500mm)
- Angle: 0~45°
- Object block: Acrylic resin, c.a.40×80×14mm
- BeeSpi V (x1 pcs)
- It helps learn;
1. Relationship of height and speed.
2. Relationship of impact force to an object and height/speed/weight.
- The angle of slope is adjustable from 0 to 45 degrees and measure using a protractor on the side of the track.
- You measure the distance of objects moved by the impact using a scale beside the track.
- Learners can confirm the proportional relationship between kinetic energy and potential energy through their experiments with this apparatus.