This accessory allows the Smart Cart to be suspended from a rod stand.
See the Buying Guide for this item's required, recommended, and additional accessories.
This accessory allows the Smart Cart to be suspended from a rod stand. Use the Smart Cart’s force sensor to measure the force of an oscillating spring and mass. The Smart Cart can be mounted directly to a vertical rod or to a horizontal cross-rod.
|1x Smart Cart (Blue)||ME-1241||$169|
|Requires One Of These||P/N||Price|
|Smart Cart (Red)||ME-1240||$169|
|Small “A” Base||ME-8976||$41|
|Stainless Steel Rod, 60 cm Threaded||ME-8977||$36|
Perform the following experiments and more with the Smart Cart Rod Stand Adapter.
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Demonstrate two ways of determining the buoyant force on a submerged object: (1) Buoyant Force = Weight – Apparent Weight; (2) Buoyant Force = Weight of the Displaced Fluid
Students use the Smart Cart force sensor and tension protractors to demonstrate that the sum of the forces acting on an object in static translational equilibrium is equal to zero, and the sum of the torques acting on an object...
Students use the Smart Cart force sensor to measure the buoyant force on a metal cylinder lowered into a fluid and then determine the relationship between the buoyant force on a submerged object and a) its volume and b) the weight...
Students use a Smart Cart to determine the physical properties of a vertical mass and spring system that affect its period of oscillation, and then use their data to support a mathematical model relating period, mass, and spring...
|Smart Cart Rod Stand Adapter Instruction Sheet||English||283.27 KB|