ok, sounds good. Finding that time is the hardest part i feel. IE, finding the landing force of a parachutist is in the same boat as this problem i have. i use 0.1 for dirt and hard surfaces, and 0.3 seconds for bushes.
i wonder if tensile strength will be a good starting point for this problem?
in my original post, i use chain and thats what i am using now is a chain. the title is incorrect because i was going to use a cord until i realized htat was going to add extra stuff i did not want to use at the moment haha
i suck at movie quotes. and i have not seen that movie. I have had to...
this is my test bench i made to test hanging weight until failure and now i want to test snatch force or drop force or whatever it is really called. my goal is to find out at what force the eye bolt pulls through the plastic or the part fails by dropping the weight.
yeah, this is almost like the 700 post thread about impact force of a car into a wall haha. Im thinking if i stick with F=mv/t and use a small value of t such as 0.1, it might yield some decent value. But thats a super rough guess
thank you for your answer. Impact testing i know is super complicated... hence the mass amounts of testing for crash test dummies and cars. The deformation and elasticity of the object, material properties, and the type of ground or object it impacts with. Usually for concrete i use a time of...
im not sure i see why time is important haha?
I already have 40Lbs of weights hanging from the chain at the moment.
As for the strain gauge or scale, i like that idea. It gives some real numbers to work with. I am looking for some basic calculations as well so i can add those to a report im...
The eyebolt on the 3d printed part is held in place by a washer on both sides and then a single nut. I want to know how much force the washers puts on the 3d printed part when the weights fall and hit the max length of chain. This will tell me how much shock force (thats what i call it) the...
i have a question. I have set up an expierment and need some values.
I have a round, 3d printed disk, 0.25 inches thick and 4 inches in diameter. In the center, i have a eye-bolt attached. I have hooked up a chain to the eyebolt and some weight to the chain.
I have 40Lbs hanging right now and...
Ok, i have been searching the google for about an hour and have come up dry. I am trying to either test at home or find some actual numbers for how much inner pressure a thin walled (3mm) cardboard tube take before it bursts? IE like filling it with water and then it pops.
Second, im looking...
For those who have built those small model rockets, please help me understand a very very simple physics problem that i for some reason do not fully get.
Why is it that the motor tube does not have a retention ring on it, to prevent the motor from flying out the nose cone? i know it cant be...
thanks for all the help. I really do appreciate it alot. Our actual project is to design an active drag system for our rocket. This ADS will be used to slow the rocket down to achieve as close to 10,000 feet as possible. so far our design is pretty cool.
well, no time like the present. Lets give it a go.
ok, we know that F=ma
and in free fall, a=0
so i would have 0=mg-kvt where kvt or kv is pointing up on a FBD and mg is down
but before velocity is terminal, so just kv we would have
i can seperate and solve the...
My friend (someone from the rocket forums) used an L1030 motor.
You are correct that it is a 54mm rocket.
Ok, for the Cd and 200m/s that makes sense. I was thinking it was either that or vt. I have loved every step of this project because i have learned so much from you guys.
ok, thats what i thought. I told that to my professor and he didnt have time to think about my response during the team meeting and he looked confused haha, but i re-assured him that a $80 sensor may not be the most accurate and precise.
the "truth" being the consistent beta values that give...
there are other Vt equations as well i could probably use.
now to answer your question, i thought Vt would be in my data. but maybe its not since its not completely free fall. If it were free fall, i would expect to see acceleration go to 0 at some point when the object has stopped accelerating...
somewhere along the line we were discussing finding the terminal velocity. We discussed how its exponential and if i integrate the equation we have, i do indeed get the terminal velocity equation inside. Somehow i thought we were finding both the Cd and terminal velocity thats why haha. but...
so what is happening at 200m/s with this graph? thats where the system settles too. Is this terminal velocity?
I am not sure if it is or not because using the Vt calculation using my 0.62 Cd, density, etc, i get that Vt is close to 600m/s
I agree about the pride. That is why im REALLY grateful that you showed me ALL the steps. I do not expect that from everyone or anyone, and when i have no single clue what i am doing, its so nice to see an example ALL the way through. That is how i learn. step by step and examining each section...
this reminds me of slope field diagrams in a way, im guessing where the lin flattens out is terminal velocity? not sure that is correct thinking on my end because based on a terminal V calculator online, i get 598m/s based on the same numbers i used. I am probably jumping ahead
EDIT, i added a...
sorry it has taken so long. I REALLY REALLY REALLY APRECIATE your mass amounts of PAITENCE with me. I am really good at book work and homework, but real world stuff gets to me and it makes me sad and nervous for my future carer.
correct, and when i select that data, the velocity is a linear function with negative slope, and B is linear with 0 slope.
So somewhere, either excel is trying to be "smart" and adjust the data or i have selected the wrong data haha, which is possible