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1 PHYS1002 Physics 1 (Fundamentals) Oscillations and Waves Semester 1, 2011 Ian Cooper cooper @physics.usyd.edu.au Textbook: College Physics (Knight, Jones, Field) Chapters 8.3 10.4 14 15 16 17.1 17.4 oscillations_01
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2 Oscillations Simple harmonic motion Damped Oscillations Resonance Waves Behaviour of waves Sound Superposition principle and interference Standing Waves Beats and Doppler effect Electromagnetic spectrum Refractive index Thin film interference OVERVIEW Mindmaps – A3 summaries
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3 For each equations on the Exam Formula Sheet – you should construct an Equation Mindmap Symbols – interpretation, units, signs Assumptions Special constants Graphical interpretation Applications, Comments Numerical Examples Equation Mindmaps
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4 What happens to our skin when we become old ? What Physics is in the pictures?
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5 What is are the basic components of a car suspension system ? How is the elastic potential energy related to earthquake damage? Queenstown NZ – World Home of Bungy What is the physics?
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6 Why measure the restoring force of a DNA molecule ? What does Hooke’s Law have to do with a nasal strip (device for improving air flow through nasal passages)?
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7 oscillations_01: MINDMAP SUMMARY Elastic, Plastic, Reference frame (coordinate system, origin, equilibrium position), displacement (extension, compression, applied force, restoring force, gravitational force, net (resultant) force, Newton’s Second Law), Hooke’s Law, spring constant (spring stiffness), equilibrium, velocity, acceleration, work, kinetic energy, potential energy (reference point), gravitational potential energy, elastic potential energy, total energy, conservation of energy, ISEE, solve quadratic equations 2 1 2 1 cos 2 e r e G e G r dr dv v a F ma F k x F k x dt dt W F dr U k x U m g h E K U U θ = = = = = - = = = = + + r r r r r r r r
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