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4.03 Momentum
Solve the problems below using the three-part method. You must show all work to receive
full credit for each problem. You will be graded using the si
Youngs Modulus Lab
In this lab we calculated the modulus of elasticity of a wire. This can be calculated through
measuring the amount of elongation of the wire after a certain amount of force is appli
Dynamics
Newtons Three Laws
The Vector Nature of Force and Newtons Second Law Page [1 of 3]
Newtons second law, F = ma, its so deceptively simple. Its the central idea of dynamics. Its the equation wh
Dynamics
The Forces of Friction
Problems of Friction and Inclines Page [1 of 2]
Suppose we take a simple object and put it on an incline plane and let it go. Whats going to happen? Simple
application
Dynamics
Newtons Three Laws
Newtons First Law
Page [1 of 3]
Id like you to visualize two different situations. Situation number one: Voyager spacecraft its a spacecraft we
launched back in the 70s, an
Dynamics
Applications of Newtons Three Laws
Solving Problems Using Newtons Laws: Inclines and the Normal Force Page [1 of 3]
Weve seen examples of various different kinds of forces, which can act on b
Dynamics
The Forces of Friction
Motion Through a Fluid: Drag Froce and Terminal Speed Page [1 of 3]
Sliding friction between two surfaces isnt the only kind of friction in the world. If youve ever rid
Dynamics
Newtons Three Laws
Weight Page [1 of 2]
In everyday language, the words mass and weight are often used interchangeably. If you go to England and you
ask the grocer, How much sugar am I gettin
12/18/2017
1.2 Exercises
Started on Monday, December 18, 2017, 1:11 AM
State
Finished
Completed on Monday, December 18, 2017, 1:37 AM
Time taken 25 mins 29 secs
Question 1
Which of the following best
Kinematics
One-Dimensional Motion With Constant Acceleration
Free-Falling Objects Page [1 of 2]
A basic Physics question. You have two very different objects. A heavy, large object and a light small o
Kinematics
Describing Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
The Position and Velocity Vectors Page [1 of 2]
Weve talked about motion in one dimension, moving forwards and backwards, or up and down, and i
Preliminaries
Measuring the World Around Us
Unit Conversion and Dimensional Analysis Page [1 of 2]
Weve seen that all physical quantities have units associated with them. If you want to measure someth
Preliminaries
Measuring the World Around Us
Uncertainty in Measurement and Significant Digits Page [1 of 2]
Physics is science, not math. Its easy to lose sight of that. I know, from time to time, Im
Kinematics
Investigating One-Dimensional Motion
Displacement and Average Velocity Page [1 of 2]
Kinematics is about describing motion. Weve talked about, for instance, just graphing position as a func
Preliminaries
Scalar Products
The Scalar Product Page [1 of 3]
Were seeing various ways to think about vectors and how to manipulate them. We understand how to scale vectors,
how to stretch them. We u
Kinematics
Investigating One-Dimensional Motion
Acceleration Page [1 of 3]
Youre in the back of a stretch limo, cruising down the highway, nice straight, smooth highway, at high speed, 100
mph. Youre
Kinematics
Investigating One-Dimensional Motion
Instantaneous Velocity and the Derivative Page [1 of 3]
If I show you a graph of position vs. time, we know what it means to talk about the instantaneou
Preliminaries
Vectors
The Basics of Vectors Page [1 of 2]
Physics is about describing and predicting the motion and the behavior of physical systems. So, what does that
mean? Youve got some ugly fly h
Dynamics
The Forces of Friction
Understanding the Frictional Force Between Two Surfaces Page [1 of 3]
You may have noticed Ive been avoiding talking about friction. Theres not really any deep reason f
Dynamics
Newtons Three Laws
Physics in Action: The Three Balls Demo Page [1 of 1]
And now you know that, for an object moving in a circle, its instantaneous velocity is tangent to the circle. Well, we
Dynamics
Applications of Newtons Three Laws
Free-Body Diagrams Page [1 of 2]
Newtons second law is the one that we make the most use of when solving physics problems. Any time you have
objects and you
Physics Lab: Ramp
This lab proves that acceleration is constant for falling objects. Thus, all
objects fall at the same rate, if resistance forces are removed. However, speed is
not constant because i
Chemical Pr ocess Calculations
Textbook:
Richar d M. Felder and Ronald W. Rousseau,
" Elementar y Pr inciples of Chemical Pr ocesses" ,
3r d ed., J ohn Wiley & Sons Inc. (2000).
Refer ence:
David M. H
Chapter 5 Single Phase System
Objective of this chapter: determination of physical properties of materials.
Sources of physical property data
Textbook Appendix Table B.1
Perrys Chemical Engineers Hand
6.5 Solutions of Solids in Liquids: Crystallization, Filtration
6.5a Solubility and Saturation
Solubility : The maximum mass of solid (g) which can dissolve in a liquid (100g)
Saturation: A solid is d
Chapter 6 Multiphase Systems
Examples of Multi-Phase Systems
Leaching: The operation of dissolving a component of a solid phase into
a liquid solvent
(coffee brewing, acid leaching of metals from ore
4.3 MATERIAL BALANCE CALCULATIONS
How to minimize time spent on vacant staring and head scratching
O General steps to solve material balance problems
(1) Represent processes as boxes
(2) Stream variab
4.6 CHEMICAL REACTION STOICHIOMETRY
The stoichiometric equation imposes constraints on the relative amounts
of reactants and products.
Material balance includes generation and consumption of molecul
Chapter 3 Process and Process Variables
Process is any operation or a series of operations which cause physical or chemical
changes in a substance or a mixture of substances.
input
(feed)
output
Proce
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Dynamics
Applications of Newtons Three Laws
Solving Problems Using Newtons Laws: Ropes and Tension Page [1 of 3]
Forces are pushes or pulls. There are lots of different kinds of forces in the real wor
Dynamics
Newtons Three Laws
Physics in Action: A Tug of War Page [1 of 1]
Here is a really neat demonstration of Newtons third law. On your mark, get set, go. Why did that happen? Well
Crystal over he
Dynamics
Newtons Three Laws
Actions, Reactions, and Newtons Third Law Page [1 of 3]
Newton was a smart guy. If Newton had just come up with laws one and two, it would have been enough to
completely re