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Mechanics Labs 1.0

A set of ten simulated computer labs that students can run on any PC.


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  • Last Updated: Sep 22, 2008
  • License: Others $48.00
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Mechanics Labs is a Home & Education software developed by Multimedia Science. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Mechanics Labs:

Brothersoft Editor: A set of ten simulated computer labs that students can run on any PC. The CD-ROM includes lab write-ups and answer keys in both Word and PDF formats. The main menu from which the labs are run and other screen shots with more information on several of the labs are given below.

Terminal Velocity Lab
In this simulation, students drop balls of different materials down a tube, triggering two photo-gate timers. By moving the bottom photo-gate, they measure the time at several distances along The Tube and can calculate the final velocity at thesel Locations. By making a graph of velocity versus time, they can see how the balls approach a terminal velocity.

Students must drag and drop each ball, being careful not to break the top photo-gate, not drop the ball too Far above the tube, and not hit the sides of the tube

Newton's 2nd Law Lab
The first of three simulations of an air track allows the force pulling down and the mass being accelerated to be varied. For each run, the final velocity is given. By using the data, students can graph and determine the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration.
There are three simulations, varying in difficulty. In the first two, the force accelerating the mass is given. In the first, the final velocity of the slider is given and in the second the time for the flag to pass the photo-gate is given. In the third, the force accelerating the mass is created by an added mass. Therefore, the slider mass and added mass must be adjusted to get the correct measurements and relationships.

Resolving The Problem Lab
In this lab, students must take data of the angles formed and forces applied to two strings holding up a mass. Several sets of data are taken at different angles as the strings are dragged farther apart. The data is entered into a data table on screen and then can be printed out.
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