Table of Contents

- 1 What is the aim of bifilar suspension experiment?
- 2 What type of oscillation does bifilar suspension gives *?
- 3 What is a bifilar suspension?
- 4 Where is bifilar suspension used?
- 5 What is moment of inertia of flywheel?
- 6 What is the moment of inertia of a flywheel formula?
- 7 How is the moment of inertia measured in a bifilar pendulum?
- 8 How is the moment of inertia of a drop determined?

## What is the aim of bifilar suspension experiment?

Bifilar suspension. AIM: The aim of the experiment is to investigate the behaviour of a rod suspended by two threads and to suggest an equation for the motion.

### What type of oscillation does bifilar suspension gives *?

The body is suspended from a rigid support MN by means of a equal and torsion less string. When the body is twisted through a small angle in the horizontal plane and released, it executes simple angular oscillations about the vertical axis passing through its centre of gravity.

**What is bifilar and Trifilar suspension?**

In a bifilar suspension, the pendulum body is suspended over two threads. The pendulum body oscillates in a plane purely translationally without rotation. In a trifilar suspension with three threads, the pendulum body is set in a torsional vibration.

**What is bifilar suspension formula?**

Bifilar suspension: T = 2π[4IL/mgd2]1/2. This arrangement is called a bifilar suspension because the rod is supported by two threads. It can be used to calculate the value of the acceleration due to gravity (g) if the moment of inertia of the rod is calculated.

## What is a bifilar suspension?

The bifilar suspension is a technique used to determine the moment of inertia of any type of object about any point on the object. This is done by suspending two parallel cords of equal length through the object examined.

### Where is bifilar suspension used?

The bifilar pendulum can be used to experimentally measure the mass moment of inertia of a test object. A typical application is to measure mass moment of inertia of aircraft, especially small unmanned air vehicles (UAV).

**What is bifilar suspension method?**

**What are applications of bifilar suspension?**

The bifilar pendulum is a torsional pendulum that can be used to experimentally measure the mass moment of inertia of a test object. A typical application is to measure mass moment of inertia of aircraft, especially small unmanned air vehicles (UAV).

## What is moment of inertia of flywheel?

ω is the angular velocity, and. is the moment of inertia of the flywheel about its axis of symmetry. The moment of inertia is a measure of resistance to torque applied on a spinning object (i.e. the higher the moment of inertia, the slower it will accelerate when a given torque is applied).

### What is the moment of inertia of a flywheel formula?

The moment of inertia of a body depends on the axis of rotation and the distribution of mass about the axis of rotation. Equation (3) indicates that a rotating body having a large moment of inertia, like a flywheel, can be used to store large amounts of kinetic energy. – T – mg= – ma, or T = m(g – a).

**Why flywheel is called flywheel?**

Answer: FLYWHEEL = Fly + Wheel or basically “A wheel that goes fast”. A flywheel is the main wheel of the motor, it used to be the one motor that turned and gave energy to all other belts. For safety many belts fly overhead where no one could be accidentally pulled through and killed.

**How is the bifilar suspension used in physics?**

INTRODUCTION. The bifilar suspension is a technique used to determine the moment of inertia of any type of object about any point on the object. This is done by suspending two parallel cords of equal length through the object examined. However, the approach taken for this experiment is to determine the moment of inertia

## How is the moment of inertia measured in a bifilar pendulum?

A bifilar pendulum consists of suspending an aircraf t from two parallel wires, or filars, that allow it to rotate freely about a given axis. The experiment is to measure the moment of inertia for the ax is of rotation parallel to the filars.

### How is the moment of inertia of a drop determined?

However, the approach taken for this experiment is to determine the moment of inertia of a drop by suspending the cords through the mass centre of bodies, obtaining an angular displacement about the vertical axis through the centre of mass by a sensibly small angle.

**How is a drop bar suspended in a suspension experiment?**

The apparatus used for this experiment consists of a uniform rectangular drop bar suspended by fine wires (assumed to have negligible weight contribution to the system). This rectangular bar contains holes equidistant from each other and two extra with equal masses of 1.85kg, are made to peg through these holes.