The Laws of
Thermodynamics
PHY 111
Topic 6: Lecture 4 - Preview
Contents
(Sections 14.2, 15.1-5)
Application: Calorimetry
Work on a gas
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Laws of Thermodynamics
Heat engines and thermal pumps
Entropy
Objectives
Define and apply the fir
Relative Motion
PHY 111
Topic 2: Lecture 2 - Preview
Contents:
Relative Motion
(Section 3.5)
Objectives
Apply principles of vector addition to determine
relative velocity.
Explain the significance of the observer in the
measurement of velocity.
Video I
Thermal Physics
PHY 111
Topic 6: Lecture 3 - Preview
Contents:
(Sections 13.1-4, 14.1-5)
Temperature and thermometers
The kelvin scale and absolute zero
Ideal gas law
Kinetic theory for gases
Thermal expansion
Internal Energy and Heat
Specific Heat
Calori
Vectors
PHY 111
Topic 2: Lecture 1 - Preview
Contents:
(Sections 3.2, 3.3)
Review / learn vector math
Objectives
Understand the rules of vector addition and subtraction.
Apply graphical methods of vector addition and
subtraction to determine the displa
PHY111: General Physics I
Topic 1, Lecture 1
Whiteboard: Estimates
Which of the following is the most reasonable
estimate of the rate of molecular synthesis in
humans from conception to birth?
Hint: Use the Polya problem-solving steps and
make reasonable
2-Body Systems,
Inclines, and Friction
Forces
PHY-111
Topic 3: Lecture 3 Preview
Contents
Two-Body systems
Inclines
Friction Forces
Sections 4.5 and 5.1
Objectives
Apply Newtons Laws of Motion on two-body
systems
Understand forces and force components for
Projectiles
PHY 111
Topic 2: Lecture 4 - Preview
Contents:
Section 3.4
Projectile problem solving practice
Range
Effect of air resistance
From projectile to satellite
Objectives
Apply the principle of independence of motion
to solve projectile motion pro
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Work
Definition:
The work done by a constant force in
moving an object is equal to t
Work and Energy
PHY-111
Topic 4: Lecture 2 -Preview
Contents
(Sections 7.1-7.6)
Applications of work and energy concepts
Law of Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Objectives
Calculations of work, kinetic and
potential energies.
Explain and apply the la
Motion in One Dimension
PHY 111
Topic 1, Lecture 2 Preview
Contents:
Numerical and graphical examples (2.8)
Preview Objectives
Relate a motion to its position vs. time graph and vice versa.
Determine average velocity or instantaneous velocity from a
grap
Vibrations and
Waves
PHY 111
Topic 7: Lecture 1 - Preview
Contents
(Sections 16.1 16.6, 16.9)
Part 1: Vibrations
Hookes Law
Elastic potential energy
Simple harmonic motion (SHM)
Amplitude, period and frequency
Pendulum
Part 2: Waves
Definition of a
Free Fall
PHY 111
Topic 1: Lecture 4
Team: Mixed Motion
Consider a cart moving along the x-axis. At t= 0 s, the cart is at
x = 25 and moving at v = -5.0 m/s. The cart accelerates at a
rate of 2.5 m/s2 in the positive x-direction for 6.0 s. Then travels
at
Static Equilibrium
PHY-111
Topic 3: Lecture 1 - Preview
Contents
Sections 4.1 4.3
Forces
Weight vs. Mass
Inertia
Newtons Three Laws of Motion
Objectives
Understand the definition of force.
Define mass and inertia.
Understand Newton's first law of motion.
PHY111: General Physics I
Introduction - Preview
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Content
Course expectations
Course set up
Good and bad study habits
Problem Solvi
Circular Motion
PHY 111
Topic 5: Lecture 1 - Preview
Contents:
(Sections 6.1
6.4)
Basic math for circles
Period and frequency
Centripetal acceleration and force
Fictitious forces
Objectives
Define arc length, rotation angle, radius of curvature
and angul
Sound
PHY 111
Topic 7: Lecture 4 - Preview
Contents
Applications:
Speed of sound
Intensity level
Doppler effect
Standing waves
Objectives
Calculate time using the the speed of sound.
Calculate sound intensity levels in decibels (dB).
Calculate the
Circular Motion
PHY 111
Topic 5: Lecture 2 - Preview
Contents:
6.4)
Applications:
Horizontal circles
Vertical circles
(Sections 6.3 and
Objectives
Analyze and calculate variables for a
horizontal circular motion.
Analyze and calculate variables for a ve
Applications
PHY-111
Topic 3
Week 5 Team Problems
Team: The Leg
The leg and cast in the figure below weighs 220 N
(w1). Determine weight w2 and angle needed so
that no force is exerted on the hip joint by the leg
and the cast.
Team: The Street Sign
A 450N
Projectiles
PHY 111
Topic 2: Lecture 3 - Preview
Content:
(Section 3.4)
Horizontally fired projectiles
Projectiles fired at an angle
Objectives
Apply the principle of independence of motion
to solve projectile motion problems.
Identify and explain the
Work and Energy
PHY-111
Topic 4: Lecture 1 - Preview
Content
Sections 7.1-7.5
Work
Work-Energy Theorem
Kinetic Energy
Potential Energy
Objectives
Explain how an object must be displaced for a force on it to do work.
Explain how relative directions of forc
Sound
PHY 111
Topic 7: Week 14
Team Problems
Team: Speed of Sound
A bat flying in a cave with a temperature of 5oC makes a sound. If the
bat receives an echo from the cave wall 0.15 seconds later, how far is
the bat from the wall?
Team: Decibels
A machine
Motion in One Dimension
PHY 111
Topic 1, Lecture 2
Team: Roadtrip
1. You want to travel a distance of X km with an average speed
of 50. km/h. After having traveled X/2 km, you noticed that
your average speed so far was 35 km/h. What should your
average sp
Applications
PHY-111
Topic 3: Lecture 2 - Preview
Contents
Free-body diagrams
Applications
Sections 4.5-4.6
Objectives
Understand and apply a problem-solving procedure to
solve problems using Newton's laws of motion.
Integrate concepts from kinematics to
Waves
PHY 111
Topic 7: Lecture 2 - Preview
Contents
(Sections 16.1 16.6, 16.9)
Applications:
Vibrations on a spring
Pendulum
The Wave Equation
Speed of a wave
Periods
Mass on a spring:
A similar equation for the period of
a pendulum (l is the length)