Post on 12-Feb-2016
Embed Size (px)
DESCRIPTIONApparent Weight. Drag Force and Terminal Velocity. Apparent Weight. Our perception of weightlessness is really the absence or reduction of normal (contact) forces acting upon our body. . Conversely, we can feel heavier if the normal (contact) forces acting on us are larger than normal . . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Apparent WeightDrag Force and Terminal Velocity
Apparent WeightOur perception of weightlessness is really the absence or reduction of normal (contact) forces acting upon our body. Conversely, we can feel heavier if the normal (contact) forces acting on us are larger than normal. maxair at cedar point YouTubeDrop Tower at KI YouTubeME ON DROP ZONE - YouTube
Now suppose you stand on the bathroom scale and ride an elevator up and down. As you are accelerating upwards and downwards, the scale reading is different than when you are at rest and traveling at constant speed. Apparent Weight in an ElevatorWhich situation does Anna feel the heaviest? Which situation does she feel the lightest?BD
Apparent Weight in an Elevator - ConceptsA body at rest wants to stay at rest so when the elevator starts to move down there is less force pushing on your feet you feel lighter.CAThere is no change in motion so the upwards push on your feet must be equal and opposite to your weight you feel normal weightBYour body wants to remain at rest but the elevator starts to move upwards. This imparts more upwards force on your feet than your weight you feel heavierFree Fall You feel weightlessD
Apparent Weight in an ElevatorComing DownElevator at restZero AccelerationFNET = 0FN = FgElevator starts accelerating downwardsFNET = m a (down)FN < FgElevator is slowing down to a stop while moving downFNET = m a (up)FN > FgElevator at constant speed downwardsZero AccelerationFNET = 0FN = FgThe normal Force (orange) is what she feelsaaFNETFNET
Apparent Weight in an ElevatorComing Down - TheoryFNET = 0FN = Fg = mgFNET = m a (down)FNET = m a (up)FNET = 0FN = Fg = mgaaFNETFNETFNET = Fg - FNmg - FN = ma FN = mg - ma FN = m(g - a)FNET = FN - FgFN -mg = ma FN = ma + mg FN = m(g + a)Normal WeightLower WeightNormal WeightHeavier Weight
Apparent Weight in an ElevatorGoing Up Elevator at restZero AccelerationFNET = 0FN = FgElevator starts accelerating upwardsFNET = m a (up)FN > FgElevator at constant speed upwardsZero AccelerationFNET = 0FN = FgElevator is slowing down to a stop while moving upFNET = m a (down)FN < FgaaFNETFNET
Apparent Weight in an ElevatorGoing UpaaFNETFNETFNET = 0FN = Fg = mgFNET = 0FN = Fg = mgFNET = m a (up)FNET = FN - FgFN -mg = ma FN = ma + mg FN = m(g + a)FNET = m a (down)FNET = Fg - FNmg - FN = ma FN = mg - ma FN = m(g - a)Normal WeightHeavier WeightLower WeightNormal Weight
Going up and DownIn General:If your apparent weight is less F = m (g a)If your apparent weight is moreF = m (g +a)When the contact force is less your apparent weight is less, when the contact force is more your apparent weight is more.
Terminal VelocityConsider a skydiver:At the start of his jump the air resistance is small so he accelerates downwards.
2) As his speed increases his air resistance will increase.3) Eventually the air resistance will be big enough to equal the skydivers weight. At this point the forces are balanced so his speed becomes constant - this is called TERMINAL VELOCITY
Terminal VelocityConsider a skydiver:4) When he opens his parachute the air resistance suddenly increases, causing him to start accelerating upward.5) Because he is slowing down his air resistance will decrease again until it balances his weight. The skydiver has now reached a new, lower terminal velocity.For a typical person, terminal speed is 60 m/s or approximately 135 miles per hour. A person has to fall over 400 yards before you really need to start taking this into account.
Velocity-time graph for terminal velocityVelocityTime
Really Crazy People!!Daredevil base jumper flies through waterfall in amazing wingsuit YouTube
CLOSE CALL IN WING SUIT | Buzz Wear Apparel