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Unformatted text preview: L21—Ch11Ch12 PHY 2053C – College Physics A Spring 2004 M o t i o n , F o r c es, E n e r g y , H e a t , W a v es Dr. David M. Lind Dr. Kun Yang Dr. David Van Winkle Today: SPOT evaluations: 10:10-10:20 Recap Mini-exam#7 Review for Final Kinematics Force & acceleration Work & Energy – -- conservation laws Rotational motion Momentum, Impulse -- conservation laws (again) Fluids: bouyancy, lift Heat & Thermodynamics The final exam will be held: Wednesday, December 8 at 10:00-12:00, in 275 Fisher Lecture Hall; and will be comprehensive. 1 Topics covered on the final Circular motion – speed and acceleration Work, Energy, and Forces Moment of Inertia Inelastic and elastic collisions Momentum, Impulse Circular Motion* – angular speed and linear speed, – centripetal forces Momentum* – inelastic collision & momentum transfer – (force & momentum) Potential and Kinetic energy* – conservation of energy – and frictional forces 1 1 Topics covered on the final2 Force of Gravity Equilibrium: conditions for… Ideal gas law Friction and Normal Forces* – static & kinetic friction – acceleration Torques & Equilibrium* – net torques, tension, pivot points Bouyancy – displacement of volume of liquid Waves and wave motion -- definitions Projectile motion* – kinematical equations in 2-d Fluids* – statics (hydraulics) Heat and Thermodynamics* – conservation of energy, calorimetry, specific heats 1 Stay tuned... Announcements (repeat) The final exam will be held: Wednesday, December 8 at 10:00-12:00, and is scheduled for 275 Fisher Lecture Hall, not in our current classroom!! The final exam will be comprehensive, E njoy your C hristmas holiday!! 1 2 ...
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