Ch 13
Fluids
In this chapter we will explore the behavior of fluids. In particular
we will study the following:
Fluid Statics:
Pressure exerted by a static fluid
Pascals law
Archimedes's principle
Buoyancy
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Review Problems Final
Pressure and Fluid Dynamics
1. The pictured U-tube is open to the atmosphere at both ends. Assume that the
mysteryfluid does not mix with the mercury.
h2
Mercury (Hg)
h1
Mystery Liquid
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Chapter 18
Lens
Geometrical (Ray) Optics
Optical fiber
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Geometrical Optics: Ray of light
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Reflection and Refraction
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Total Internal Reflection
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Chromatic Dispersion of light
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Image formation due to reflection in mirrors
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Thin lenses and image format

Optical Wave, Interference, Diffraction
Chapter 17
The concept of optical interference is critical to understanding many natural
phenomena, ranging from color shifting in butterfly wings to intensity patterns formed
by small apertures. These phenomena can

Fluid Dynamics
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Equation of continuity
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Bernoullis equation and its
applications
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Real Fluid
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Poiseullis equation
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Ideal Fluids : The motion of real fluids is very complicated and not fully understoo

Chapter 14 &15
Vibration and
Waves
In this chapter we will start the discussion on the
following topics:
Simple harmonic motion (SHM)
Waves, types of waves
Wave equation, wave speed
Sound wave
Intensity of sound wave
Dopplers effect
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Ch 16: Superposition
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Superposition of waves
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Standing waves, nodes and anti-nodes
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Standing waves in string and pipes
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Interference of sound waves
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Water enters a house through a pipe with an inside diameter of 2.0. cm at an absolute
pressure of 4.0 x 105 pa. A 1.0 cm diameter pipe leads to the second floor bathroom 5.0
m above shown in the picture. When the flow speed at the inlet pipe is 1.5 m/s ,

<*The container is filled with oil, it is open to the atmosphere on the left.
(a) What is the pressure at point A? (106kPa)
(b) What is the pressure difference between points A and B? and
between A and C? (4410 Pa for both)
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Open Book Quiz
1. Two narrow slits (double slit) are illuminated with light and the interference fringes
on the screen are shown below. The distance between t

Review Problems -Exam1
Fluid Statics Problems
1. Two flat circular plates, each with a 12.0 cm diameter, are separated by an O-ring. A
small syringe is used to reduce the pressure between the plates. Calculate the force (in
Newtons) required to separate t

Review Problems: Exam-2
Traveling waves, sound intensity and Dopplers effect
1. The displacement of a wave traveling in the positive x direction is
y(x,t) = (3.5 cm)cos (2.7x + 92 t), where x is in m and t is in seconds. What are the
(a) Frequency (15 Hz)

COLLEGE PHYSICS II (Transition)
FORMULA SHEET
g = 9.80
m
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water = 1000
1.00 atm = 1.013 105 N/m2
kg
m3
2 rad = 1 rev = 360o
c = 3.00 108 m/s
r
r
Fnet = ma
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If acceleration is constant then: x f = xi + vi t + 2 at 2
v f = vi + a t
v 2 = vi2 + 2 a( x f

College Physics IIT
Syllabus
Spring 2013 College Physics II 1017-212T
FOOD AND DRINK ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE WORKSHOP LAB.
Instructor:
Dr. Amir Maharjan
Office: 08-3330
Phone: 475-7045
Email: ammsps@rit.edu
Web: mycourses.rit.edu (I will be posting all the