Learn about physics with fun projects and experiments Created in partnership with Thames a Kosmos, Fun Physics Projects for Tomorrow's Rocket Scientists introduces you to essential physics concepts through do-it-yourself projects that you can then use to perform experiments. Experience the thrill of scientific discovery when you observe the physics of motion, including constant speed, acceleration, and free fall, through your own experiments. All of the projects use inexpensive, readily available materials and software. No experience required! Chapters feature: Things You'll Need--lists of all the components and equipment required for each project Be Careful--important safety tips Famous Scientists--introductions to people who've made significant contributions to our understanding of physics Online Videos--link to the author's demonstrations of the projects Step-by-step projects include: Constant-speed vehicle Uniform acceleration fan car Tennis ball cannon to investigate speed and study free fall Trebuchet for observing the force of weight Projectile-motion catapult Water rocket to demonstrate Newton's Laws of Motion Mousetrap-powered car that displays energy transformations Model rocket engine to calculate momentum and impulse Rocket launch ignition system and launch pad Cool model rockets that demonstrate acceleration, speed, and altitudeThe first website below offers a PDF version of the book; you can also find a current translation that you can purchase on Amazon.com: ... Kits. and. Launchers. I built my water rocket using information from the following website: h ttp ://tclause t. o rg/2 1 ... You can find lots of websites about water rockets and water rocket launchers: http://exploration.grc. nasa.gov/education/rocket/ BottleRocket/abouthtmanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fun Physics Projects for Tomorrow's Rocket Scientists : A Thames and Kosmos Book|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2012-12-12|