Titre du matière : TP physique 01
Faculté : Technologie
Département : Tronc commun
Cycle : 1èr année Licence
Semestre : 1
Crédits : 1
Coefficients : 1
Volume : 1h30
Enseignant : Fouad.berrabah
Email : email@example.com.
Practical physics work constitutes the indispensable element of the study of physics. On the one hand, we learn the fundamental methods of measurement, we become familiar with the measuring devices; we learn to make measurements correctly and to evaluate their uncertainties.
On the other hand, we study certain physical phenomena, which complements the knowledge received during the theoretical courses. We also learn to methodically and logically study phenomena and draw the necessary conclusions.
The goal of the experience is to know how to make measurements and to calculate the errors that may arise during the taking of these measurements and to minimize the errors as much as possible to bring them closer to real quantities.
The overall aim of this experiment is to study the fall of an object, which is not subjected to any external force acting on it, and to calculate the value of the acceleration of gravity "g". The acceleration can then be calculated using an equation of motion.This is done by measuring the time "t" it takes an object to fall a certain distance "h" (height)
The aim of this experiment is to study the rotation of a body around a fixed axis. This movement, which is translated by the torsion weight, allows us to determine the moment of inertia of bodies of several shapes.
The objective of this practical work is to verify the conservation of momentum and kinetic energy by measuring the velocities of the object before and after the collision.
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2- VINCENT DEMERY, Physique Résumé du cours en fiches MPSI-MP, Dunod, Paris, France, 2010.
3-JIMMY ROUSSEL, Mécanique Newtonienne Cours, http ://femto-physique.fr/mecanique/