Bottles rockets can be used to explain many physical phenomenon, such as force and aerodynamics. The aims of the experiments was to see if a sugar solution that is used as the fuel for the rocket produces for lift compared to normal water. Only the chemical properties of the water was changed in the experiment. Because of the thicker densities of the fuel, Newton’s Third Law of Motion states that because the sugar solution is being ejected at a higher force, the rocket therefore travels higher. The results from this experiment are useful to explain more physical and chemical principles by using a fun system. Results from the experiment could prove useful for aerospace companies such as NASA, SpaceX and Blue Origin because they could work with
Click here to unlock this and over one million essaysGet Access
During the movie flubber, I made connections to this year’s physical science class. The following topics are discussed in this essay, polymers, physical properties, raditation, renewable engery, other types of energy, flight, and real world possibilities.
There are different types of bottle rockets, for different purposes. The type of rocket we want to build is called a backslider “Backsliders are the rockets that are modified so that at apogee, instead of flipping over and heading for the ground, they float back in a higher drag configuration than a nose-dive. This set includes true backsliders which actually fall vertically
Objective: Using a marble launcher, launch marbles from different angles with different forces to find the maximum height and the velocity as it leaves the launcher. Using different variables and results to determine how the different angles and amounts of force effect the variables. With this data show the effect the forces cause in 1-D and 2-D motion, as well as in the X and Y directions. This is done through kinematic equations and calculations.
Snow globes are made of clear glass, a transparent sphere with a scenic view and a plastic toy inside the globe. The globe must be shaken to actuate the snow so the white particles can fall gradually to reach the base. When the marble (object used for this experiment) falls, it experiences two external forces which are; the gravitational force and the aerodynamic (fluid resistance) drag of the marble, which affects the rate of the marble. As the marble is falling, the speed is increased due to the gravitational force, which is pulling the marble downwards to the base of the beaker until it reaches the terminal velocity, where both external forces are equal. However, there are factors that can affect the marble’s terminal velocity, such as
I have created a product and tried to market this product to many distrusters, and the name of the company I have choose to distribute my product too was Evenflo and Avent. The product that I created was a baby bottle, but it not just any baby bottle this bottle has an attachment at the bottom to keep the lid in place. During, my first years as a mother I would wash my baby’s bottle and always seemed to lose the tops of my baby’s bottle, well what if, as I thought, if the top can click to the bottom of the bottle while holding the baby. So, one day I created this bottle and it looked great, I schedule some appointments with some investors, but it never seemed to work. I went to meeting and no one never gave me the time. So, I went to Invent-Teck and they created a profiled book for me and in this book, it has my picture, the information for my bottle and the numbers of how much a bottle will cost. This has been a dream for me for many years, and if I had the money to launch this product this would be my reality.
The intent of this experiment is to further practice the scientific method, by constructing a boat made out of aluminum foil to hold as many pennies as possible before sinking in water. I hope to get a better perception of the scientific method by doing an experiment. I also hope to gain knowledge about the way a boat is designed and how it affects the weight that it can support. Based on my research, I know that the smaller the boat is, the less weight it will hold. I also know that if a piece of aluminum foil was laid out flat, it would float. Knowing this I formed my hypothesis. My hypothesis is, if I make a small boat, it will hold about 50 pennies.
In conclusion a basketball may look sample but it’s is very complex and can be very hard to manage. This project will prove for once and for all if basketballs bounce higher with or without helium. “Kinetic energy is a property of a moving object or particle and depends not only on its motion but also on its mass.” stated britannica editor Erik Gregerson. (2015,[online])
1.The vinegar is an isotonic environment for the egg. There is already balance in the solutions of these things. I believe the corn syrup and the monster energy drink weakened the external barrier of the egg, penetrated the egg through its pores, and caused the egg to release its contents, which decreased its mass. I think the distilled water wasn’t strong enough to negatively weaken the egg’s barrier, but actually strengthen the egg by penetrating to a safe extent, therefore providing benefits .
During the last lab, two properties were highlighted to facilitate the experiment. This lab had demonstrated the use of the properties of hydrates and the law of conservation of mass using hydrates. There were four differents experiment which were used to defined the final product. Hydrates being defined as compound were combined with water. Water had played a big role in some part of the experiment.
My egg drop container is based off of a rough interpretation of the Apollo 17. My container demonstrates all the required topics of motion, energy and force. My egg drop container involves thermal, sound and mechanical energy. The container has mechanical energy, because it has both kinetic and potential energy. Prior to dropping the egg, the experiment has potential energy and as it’s drops, it has kinetic energy.
Well, as you probably already know, all beverages have different tastes and looks. But do all of them have the same or different reactions? Although beverages is an entity people drink on a daily basis. We don't know if it will have a reaction. This paper will examine, identifying beverages with its different reactions, the mass of a bottle and affect how the reactions are, and lastly, how it is manufactured. The goal of this paper is to prove that some beverages will have or will not have a reaction.
Due to the data that was collected, our claim was not supported. Although the vinegar did greatly affect the appearance and mass, the syrup had a more dramatic effect on the egg. Our prediction was incorrect because we thought that the egg would absorb more water from the vinegar. But results show that the syrup had decreased the mass more than the vinegar had increased it. I think that this experiment was still successful, in that we found out new information, even though our claim was not
Bahir assigned us a project of the water rocket. This project was one of the projects that we got the opportunity to actually apply our knowledge. For example, we needed to consider how can the water rocket be shaped to reduce resistance in order to reach a higher maximum height, or what material do we need for the parachute and in what way to put it inside the body of the water rocket so that the rocket can descend as slow as possible and the parachute can open at the right time. Of course the process of reaching these was not as easy the theory on our books. Thus, after this experience, I am more willing to put the theories on my books into practice because I know theories alone are not able to make me good at physics, chemistry, or other subjects in an authentic
This investigation looked at how different solutes dissolved in water affected the height of a bottle rocket. The hypothesis that was being investigated was that if an aqueous solution with a higher viscosity was launched in a bottle rocket, then the height of the rocket will be higher. The reason why this particular hypothesis was being tested is because, from the data we would be able to calculate what the best powder to dissolve or mix in water.
* The relevance of this experiment is similar to understanding a real airplane. Paper airplane models are derived from an actual plane these days. The design of an airplane has so much to do with distance, hang time, speed, and many other factors. Understanding the models I have chosen to make help me