Physics122C_L02 - Physics 122C Fluid & Thermal Physics...

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Physics 122C Fluid & Thermal Physics Electricity & Magnetism John G. Cramer Professor of Physics B451 PAB cramer@phys.washington.edu Lecture 2 Moving Fluids & Bernoulli’s Principle January 9, 2008, (20 Slides)
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Announcements Lecture Homework #1 will be placed on the Tycho system on soon and is due at 11:59 PM on Wednesday, January 16.
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January 9, 2008 Physics 122C - Lecture 2 3 Week Date L# Lecture Topic Pages Slides Reading Assignment HW Due Tutorial Lab 1 07-Jan-08 1 Static Fluids 17 9+14 13-1 to 13-3 No Tutorials 1st Week No Labs 1st week 09-Jan-08 2 Moving Fluids: Bernoulli 11 20 13-4 11-Jan-08 3 Temperature & Heat 31 17-1 to 17-3 2 14-Jan-08 4 20 17-4 Pressure Buoyancy (118) 16-Jan-08 5 18 18-1 to 18-2 HW1 18-Jan-08 6 First Law & Gas Processes 17 21 18-3 to 18-6, 18-9 3 21-Jan-08 H1 M. L. King Birthday HOLIDAY Ideal Gas Law Heat Capacity (118) 23-Jan-08 7 Gas Cycles & Heat Engines 22 26 19-1 to 19-4 HW2 25-Jan-08 E1 EXAMINATION 1 - Chapters 4 28-Jan-08 8 Carnot & Entropy 19 19 19-5 to 19-7 1st Law of Thermo Ideal Gas Law (118) 30-Jan-08 9 Charge & Coulomb's Law 21-1 to 21-3 HW3 01-Feb-08 10 Electric Field Discrete Charges 21-4 to 21-5 Lecture Schedule (Part 1) We are here!
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January 9, 2008 Physics 122C - Lecture 2 4 Mercury Barometer 2 1.00 atm 760 mmHg 760 torr 29.9 inHg 101 kPa 14.7 lb/in = = = = = 1.00 bar 1,000 millibar 100 kPA = = Note that 1 bar is 1% smaller than 1 atm.
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January 9, 2008 Physics 122C - Lecture 2 5 Example : Blood Pressure in the Aorta The average gauge pressure in the human aorta is about 100 mmHg. Covert this to average blood pressure in kPa. 101 kPa 100 mmHg 13.3 kPa 760 mmHg P = =
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January 9, 2008 Physics 122C - Lecture 2 6 Example : The Law of Atmospheres The assumption that the density of air is
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Physics122C_L02 - Physics 122C Fluid & Thermal Physics...

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