measurement and demonstration of spring deflection, inclined plane and mechanical friction
- Supplementary set TM 110.01extends the scope of experiments which can be performed with TM 110 with the issues: elastic deflection of a helical spring, forces on the inclined plane and friction.
- The inclined plane is provided by an aluminium rail.
- For friction experiments, a friction body is used which has side faces prepared for different friction conditions.
- All parts are clearly laid out and well protected on a storage system.
- The storage systems are stackable, providing for space-saving storage.
- supplementary set for experimental unit TM 110
- experiments relating to Hooke’s law: friction and inclined plane
- friction body which can be set up to give 3 different surface options
- rail forming the inclined plane
- steel helical spring
- storage system to house all parts
- spring constant: approx. 0,95N/cm
- max. load: 25N
Aluminum friction body:
- L x W x H: 110x40x40mm
- dead-load: 5N
- 2 sides with different sized areas
- 2 sides with different surface roughness’s
Aluminium rail, anodised:
- L x W x H: 800x50x10mm
Dimensions & Weight:
- L x W x H: 160x103x75mm (storage system)
- Weight: approx. 5kg
- elastic deflection of a helical spring (Hooke’s law)
- dynamic friction as a function of the normal force, contact area and surface properties of the friction body
- determination of the friction coefficient
- rolling friction
- forces on the inclined plane
Scope of delivery:
- 1 supplementary set
- 1 storage system
- 1 set of instructional material
Required: TM 110 Fundamentals of statics
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