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Freedom of the Hills Fun & challenging The art, skill, & technique
Special equipment Anchors – force vectors
Belaying – works on friction
Rappelling – works on friction
Climbing – must balance forces on body Force of Gravity Supporting Force
Supporting forces – friction & normal force Friction Normal Force
Technique – body position and holds determine forces Friction Normal Force Force of Gravity
Advanced techniques Force of Gravity Friction Normal Force
Requires more skill & knowledge Placing gear / rope drag Fall factor / rope stretch
If you know the physics behind rock climbing… Gives you better technique Keeps you safer …so you can truly enjoy the freedom of the hills.
Force Direction 1 Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag.
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Force Magnitude 1 Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag.
Free body diagrams and FRICTION How do I calculate forces accurately?
Extreme Sports. Rock Climbing Colorado Rock climbing It is an extreme sport you can practise in groups. You mustn’t practise alone!! You can climb in.
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Warm Up A ski hill has a slope of 40 degrees. If the coefficient of friction between a skier’s skis and the snow is 0.1 what will be the acceleration of.
Forces. Force A force is a push or pull on an object resulting from the object's interaction with another object. This push or pull results in a change.
Rock climbing is a sport in which participants climb up or across natural rock formations or man-made rock walls with the goal of reaching the summit.
Force Types 1 Definition of Force Drawing the Force Dimensions and Units of Force Tension Elastic Force Gravity Normal Force Friction Drag Pulleys.
Forces Force is the cause of acceleration. It is defined as a push or a pull.
Friction Friction results from relative motion between objects. Frictional forces are forces that resist or oppose motion.
Types of Forces. Four Main Forces in Universe Gravity F g. Electromagnetic EM Strong Nuclear Strong or Nuclear Weak Nuclear Weak All Forces fall into.
Physics 110G Gravity, Force and Space TOC 1 Tension The magnitude of the tension is the same everywhere in the rope.
Spend minutes completing the activity regarding friction.
By: Nichole Race Ropes Courses. Low Ropes Course Low rope course are a series of obstacles at ground level. Low rope courses are usually used for.
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Improving our Adventure Education Program Joseph Winkelspecht.
CLIMBING PHYSICAL EDUCACION. C LIMBING Leisure or competitive sport that consists of climbing up a natural rock face or an artificial climbing structure.
Rock Climbing At the SLC. The Wall 52 feet tall Tallest free-standing climbing structure in Texas Offers bouldering, top rope, and lead climbing Instructional.
LESSON 13 FEBRUARY 4 TH, 2011 Forces and Free body Diagrams.
Balanced Forces and Unbalanced Forces Forces Change Motion We know that a force is a _____or a _____. There are many kinds of forces. Let’s name 3: Gravity.
Types of Forces. Force is… A force is a push or a pull resulting from an interaction between objects. Since you can’t push or pull without doing so in.
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Forces Continued Terms that you need to know. Forces Continued In most cases, an object has multiple forces working on it (e.g. gravity, normal, friction)
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Free Body Diagrams A force diagram, which is also known as a free body diagram, is a sketch in which all the force vectors acting on an object are drawn.
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