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1 Asking questions and defining problems Developing and using models Planning and carrying out investigations 30 minutes in class, 2 hours to make the first time 3 12 x 24 x ¾ inch plywood boards 1 x 12 x ¾ inch plywood strip (You may be inclined to use some other wood, but plywood is especially resistant to splitting.) ½ x 12 x ¾ inch plywood strip 8 1 ½ inch drywall or wood screws 12 inches 2 ½ inch PVC pipe 24 inches 2 x 2 inch (actually sized 1 ½ x 1 ½ ) cut into two 12 inch pieces When dancers balance they need to keep their center of mass over their feet. When they are on they are on their toes or hands, this becomes especially hard since the area is much smaller. This is a way for non-dancers to get a sense of how difficult that is and is similar to a way that some dancers practice. Attach the 1 inch wide strip of plywood to the center of one of the plywood boards using drywall or wood screws. Drilling 1/8 inch pilot holes in the strip before you put in the drywall or wood screws will greatly decrease the risk of splitting the strip. Using wood glue along with the screws will make a stronger, longer lasting joint. Twist the screws enough to set them below the surface to avoid marking you floors. Repeat with the ½ inch strip.

2 2. Try to balance on one board then the other. How are the two boards different? If you need to save space, you can build a single balance board with one strip on each side. 3. What are you doing to keep your balance? If you use the expression shifting your weight, what do you actually mean by this in a physics or biomechanics sense? Time to build the last balance board. Find the center of the third board. Place the PVC pipe in the center. Space the two 2x2 s so that they hold the pipe in place. Mark the edges of the 2x2 s on the board. Flip the board over and drill two 1/8-inch pilot holes for each of the 2x2 s. Screw in the drywall or wood screws from the topside into the 2x2 s. It won t hold the PVC pipe from falling out, but it will keep it from rolling.

3 5. Have a person try to balance on the PVC pipe board. Most will find it much more difficult. Why is it harder? To maintain your balance you need to keep your center of mass over your base. The wider base is easier since it gives you more chance for error than the narrower base. Once you get your center of mass at rest over the base, you will stay balanced as long as your center of mass stays there. This is called passive stability. The pipe is much harder to keep your balance on because its base is very, very small, so there is virtually no way to keep your center mass over the base. You will be on one side of the base or the other, and you will have to move actively your center of mass back and forth. This is called active stability. Dancers have to maintain their balance over their feet. So since she extended her right leg and to a smaller extent her right arm, she needs to lean to her left to make sure that her center of mass stays over her feet. Notice that her left arm is straight up. Why doesn t she want to extend it away from her body (to her right) like her left arm?

4 Surprisingly, you can make the pipe board harder to balance on by making the pipe smaller. If you make the board with ¾ inch PVC pipe instead of 2 ½ inch, it will be the same height as the other balance boards. And it will be nearly impossible. There are several reasons why it is more difficult but the main one is distance and time. With a smaller diameter pipe, the board end of the board will be closer to the floor, meaning that it will touch sooner. This gives you less time to correct for being off in your balance. Ballet picture by Harclade, Used with Permission.

5 6 th - 12 th grade Asking questions and defining problems Developing and using models Planning and carrying out investigations 30 minutes in class; 2 hours to make the first time One each: rectangular piece of 2 x 4, trapezoidal piece of 2 x 4, irregular piece of 2 x 4 (see below) 3 pushpins with flat heads 3 pieces of string approximately 10 cm long 3 heavy nuts 3 12 x 24 x ¾ inch plywood boards An object s center of mass is defined as the average position of the mass of the object, weighted by how far it is from a reference point.. For many purposes, the force of gravity on an object can be considered to arise from the center of mass. If an object starts with its center of mass at rest over its base (footprint) then it is stable. If the object is rotated around an edge, it will fall back onto its base as long as the center of mass doesn t get past the edge. 1. Cut three pieces of 2 x 4 (actually closer to 1½ inches x 3½ inches) into a rectangle with approximate dimensions of 3½ x 5 inches, an isosceles trapezoid with one base of 3½ inches and another base of 1½ inches, and

6 another into an irregular convex shape. 2. Find the center of mass of each object. One way to do this: guess the center of mass and put a pushpin in that location. Turn the object over and try to balance it on the flat side of the pushpin. If it balances, you are done. If not, you ll need to move the pin. Move the pushpin a little towards the lower side. Move the pin to the right. Now it s balanced. 3. Tie a nut to one end of the string and tie the other end to the pushpin. Place on the edge of the table. Allow the string to hang down. That causes the block to fall over. Balanced. Even upside down. Oops! The center of mass isn t over the base. 4. Tilt a block around an edge a little bit and let go. See which way the block rotates.

7 If the block starts like this, a small rotation around an edge won t topple the block over, but a bigger rotation will. 5. Where the edge of the block touches the counter acts as an axis of rotation, also known as a fulcrum, sort of like the center of a seesaw. Like a seesaw, the side that has the most mass the farthest from the fulcrum will win the battle, and the block will rotate downwards on that side. 6. The center of mass is a shortcut (shown by the hanging string), though. Since it is possible to think of the mass of the block being concentrated at the center of mass, it automatically shows which side of the fulcrum has the greater desire to turn. Unbalanced torques cause objects to change their rotation. What causes a torque? A torque is a force applied to an object some distance away from the object s fulcrum. The bigger the force, the bigger the torque; the bigger the perpendicular distance away, the bigger the torque. Since the weight of a block can be imagined to be at the block s center of mass, the center of mass can create a torque on the block by applying a force a perpendicular distance away from the edge. The hard thing to remember is that it isn t the overall distance from the center of mass to the edge that counts. Rather, only the part of the distance that is the perpendicular distance

8 between the center of mass and the edge that contributes to the torque. If the torque from the block runs into a surface, the surface can apply a torque back. This balanced torque won t start the object rotating. That s why if an object s center of mass is over its base, the object won t start to rotate. If the torque, however, doesn t run into the surface, then there is an unbalanced torque on it, and the block will start rotating. The direction of the rotation will be the same as the direction of the unbalanced torque. If dancers pictured here want to hold still without rotating, they need to put their centers of mass over their bases. If they don t do that, they will change their rotation. To make an object flip over, the object has to rotate enough so that its center of mass passes from one side of the fulcrum to the other. If the center of mass has to move upwards, that requires energy. The energy needed is proportional to the weight of the object and the amount it moves upwards. Thus, objects where the center of mass has to move more tend to be more stable.

9 In this example, the center of mass of the rectangular block starts at 61 mm moves up to 75 mm to flip over. You can also determine how important the size of the base is. With the wide side down, the trapezoid has to move from 53 mm to 65 mm. With the narrow side down, the trapezoid can flip with the center of mass only moving from 73 mm to 75 mm. This is important for dancers, too. When they need their greatest stability, for example in a lift, they often spread their legs to make a wide base.

10 Balanced break dancer provided by by Jano De Cesare. Used with permission. Unbalanced break dancer provided by by sea turtle. Used with permission.

11 6 th - 12 th grade Asking questions and defining problems Developing and using models Planning and carrying out investigations 30 minutes in class; 2 hours to make the first time About 8 feet 1/2 inch PVC Four 1/2 inch PVC endcaps Cross or four way 1/2 inch PVC connectors 2 1/2 inch PVC slip connectors 6 inch steel rod, preferably powder coated, in a diameter close to but smaller than the inside diameter of 1/2 inch PVC PVC ratcheting cutter or hacksaw 30 inches of string Water bottle or other weight 1 cup sand Funnel Tape measure Tall ring stand Two right angle bar connectors (sometimes called cheeseburoughs) for ring stands Blue or black tape, preferably Gaffers' tape Glue gun and two sticks of glue Hacksaw (not shown)

12 When an unbalanced torque is applied to an object it will change its rate of rotation, but (perhaps surprisingly) some objects are easier to rotate than others. 1. Use the hacksaw to cut the steel bar to about 10 inches long. 2. Attach the steel bar to the ring stand with a right angle bar connectors. 3. Cut two pieces of PVC so that when they are attached to the cross connector they almost cover the steel rod. 4. Attach another clamp to the end of the rod, but be sure that the cross connector can turn freely. PVC has a relatively low coefficient of friction on powder coated steel, so even without bearings it should turn easily. 5. Cut two pieces of PVC about 20 inches long. The exact length is less important but make sure they are the same length. Attach the slip connectors. Connect to the cross connector.

13 6. Cut four shorter pieces of PVC about 10 inches long. Again the exact length is less important; make sure all the pieces are the same length. Attach the endcaps to all the pieces. 7. Using the funnel, fill two of the shorter PVC pieces with sand until about 1 inch from the top. Try to make sure both pieces have the same amount of sand in them. 8. Fill the rest of the space with hot glue so that the sand is trapped inside. 9. Wait for the glue to cool and set. Mark the pieces with tape. 10. Attach to the slip connectors. 11. Fill the bottle with water. Attach string to the mouth of the bottle and tape the string to the PVC. The string should be long enough that the bottle just rests against the ring stand when the string is fully elongated.

14 12. Turn the arms to wind up the string. Let fall. Measure the time it takes for the bottle to reach the base of the ring stand. Replace the ends with the other two that don't have the sand. Repeat. Does changing the weight of the ends change the rate at which the arms turn? 13. You can also shorten the arms but keep them the same weight. Detach from the ends then wrap them with tape to the middle. Let the weight fall again. 14. You can also change the amount of water in the bottle to change the amount of torque. Unbalanced torques makes objects change their rate of rotation. The falling bottle is applying an unbalanced torque to the rods. In the same way that a semi and car are affected differently by the same force because they have different inertias, the position and mass of the rods change the rotational inertia (sometimes called moment of inertia) of the apparatus. Not surprisingly, the more mass, the greater the rotational inertia of the apparatus. In addition, the farther the mass is from the axis, the greater the rotational inertia. The relationship isn t linear, though. Rather, it is proportional to the square of the distance. If the same mass were twice as far away, the rotational inertia would be four times greater. Dancers use this to help control their rotation. By having their arms and legs outstretched, they are harder to rotate. When they pull their arms and legs inwards, they rotate more easily.

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