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 ENGG. EDUCATIONAL eQUIP. SPECIAL PURPOSE MACHINES STATIC & DYNAMIC LAB (SDL) Our range of products include equilibrium of forces, polygon of forces, projectile apparatus and rolling disc on the inclined plane.    ORDER NOW / ENQUIRY
Equilibrium Of Forces .( SDL 1)  Indroduction :

When two forces act on a body in different directions in one plane, they are equivalent to single force (the resultant) acting somewhere in between them. An example of this is when a sledge is pulled by two horizontal ropes spread at an angle. The sledge will move in a direction between the ropes along the line of their resultant force. Until the sledge moves, it will pull back against the ropes with a single horizontal force equal and opposite to the resultant of the two rope forces.

It can be shown that when three such forces are balanced (that is in equilibrium), their lines of action all meet at a point. Using this fact, the resultant of two forces in the same plane at an angle can be found by a graphical method called the Parallelogram of Forces.

Aim:

The object of this experiment is to test that when three non-parallel forces in the same plane are in equilibrium, their lines of action meet at a point, and hence to show that the resultant of two forces can be found using the Parallelogram of Forces.

• Item Code: SDL-01
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Polygon of Forces.( SDL2 )  Aim :

• To understand the difference between vector and scalar quantities;

• To show vector addition and to understand the methods used to add vectors;

• To investigate the how different forces may be combined to produce equilibrium.

The object of this experiment is to test that when four or more forces are in equilibrium at a point, they can be represented by a Polygon of Forces from which unknown forces can be found.        ORDER NOW / ENQUIRY
Simple Pendulum.( SDL5 )  For conducting the experiment, each ball is supported by a nylon thread into the hook. It is possible to change the length of pendulum. This makes it possible to study the effect of variation of length on periodic time. A small ball may be substituted for large ball to illustrate that the period of oscillation is independent of the mass of the ball.    