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Free Fall Virtual Lab Simulation

Physics | Mechanics

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Free Fall Virtual Labs

General Aim of Free Fall

Determination of acceleration of gravity (g).

Free Fall Method

Free-fall method.

Learning Objectives of Free Fall

  • Verify the equation of motion for an object under constant force.

  • Determine the free fall acceleration.

Theory of Free Fall Simulation

Free fall is a special case of a uniformly accelerated motion, where the acceleration is caused by gravitation, and the initial speed is zero, so the equation of motion will be:

Where, y is the height and t is the duration time of falling.

Acceleration of Free Fall Experiment | Principle

Acceleration of free fall experiment depends on relating the fall time of a body to the height it has fallen from it, will enable us to find the acceleration due gravity.

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