Coupled Pendulums: Latest Results

First created: Sun Jun 24 23:57:52 EDT 2001
Last updated: Sun Jul 22 21:10:02 EDT 2001

Data Collected

The temperature is in red. The curve rises when the temperature decreases. The pendulum position is in blue.


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The data time axis is UTC time. To map it to local time, the local UTC offset must be subtracted. For example Summit, NJ is UTC + 4 (summer) or UTC + 5 (winter), so plots begin at 4 or 5 am, and extend into the next day's 4 or 5 am.

Temperature Correlation

The red curve is the temperature. The blue curve is the pendulum position. The green curve are the residuals once the temperature correlation is removed. Six hour divisions are marked by a vertical line.

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