Episode 224: Describing Circular Motion
From the Institute of Physics, this learning episode introduce students to the importance of circular motion and the need for a centripetal force to keep an object moving along a circular path.
The activities include:
* observing circular motion
* whirling bucket and centripetal force
* discussing examples of centripetal forces
* further demonstrations of centripetal force
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|Published||2000 - 2009|
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This resource is part of Teaching Advanced Physics - IOP