TR 12:30pm - 2:10pm in Bracy 126/112
Dr. Julie Butler
Office: Bracy 107
Office Hours: Wednesday 12pm - 2pm, Thursday 2:30pm - 4:30pm, Friday 12pm-2pm, or by appointment
Cell Phone: 864-993-7133
Throughout each lab description are a series of questions for you to answer about the experiments and data and graphs to be produced. Turning in these questions by the deadline for each experiment will earn you half of your deliverable grade. The other half of the grade is earned through the following assignments. For the written components, refer to the lab report guidelines located here. The video analysis assignments are to be ~10-minute videos where you explain the purpose of the experiment, the methodology, the results and discussion of the results, and any conclusions using slides and appropriate visuals. Guidelines for the video analysis assignments are located here.
Experiment 1: Methodology (Written)
Experiment 2: Results and Discussion (Written)
Experiment 3: Introduction (Choose Part A or B only) (Written)
Experiment 4: Abstract (Written) and Video Report
Experiment 5: Introduction and Conclusion (Written)
Experiment 6: Video Analysis
Experiment 7: Introduction (Written)
A full lab report for Experiment 4 (double chaotic pendulum) is before the end of the final period of the course. This report should follow the guidelines for a lab report posted here and should a physical copy needs to be turned in by the deadline.