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Inclined Plane

The inclined plane rig (IPR) is an automated version of the classic inclined plane experiment. It is designed to illustrate principles such as static and dynamic friction, conservation of energy and acceleration due to gravity.

Many lessons available

Discipline:
Physics,
Tags:
friction,
gravity,
inertia,
Provider:
UTS::Science

Loaded Beam

This rig is a small model of a structural beam. Students can interactively apply loads and load rates in different configurations to investigate the tensile and compressive forces in structures, such as concrete floors or aircraft wings.

1 lesson available
Discipline:
Civil Engineering,
Tags:
inertia,
stiffness,
Provider:
UTS::Engineering & IT

Inclined Plane - Second Generation

The Inclined plane rig (IPR 2) is an automated version of the classic incline plane experiment. It is designed to illustrate principles such as static and dynamic friction, conservation of energy and acceleration due to gravity.

No lessons available.

Discipline:
Physics,
Tags:
friction,
gravity,
inertia,
Provider:
UTS::Science