VECTORS, DISPLACMENT AND
VELOCITY
January 19th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Vector Mathematics
Vector Mathematics
1D Kinematics - Introduction
Instantaneous Velocity
Velocity to Position
SCALAR VS VECTOR QUANTITIES
1
Scalar quantities have only ma
WORK
March 28th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Work (Constant Force)
Dot Product
A golf ball is fired at a bowling ball initially at rest and
sticks to it. After the collision, compare the momentum/kinetic energy of the golf ball to th
CENTER OF MASS AND TRANSLATIONAL
MOTION OF EXTENDED OBJECTS
April 4th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Energy Dissipation
Translational and Rotational Motion
Center of Mass
Translational Motion of Extended Objects
A cart is at rest on a
WORK FROM VARIABLE FORCES, AND
POWER
Marth 30th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Work (Variable Force)
Power
Choose which statement describes a process in which
an external force does negative work on the system. The
person is the only o
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
March 16th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Choosing System for Momentum Constancy
Conservation of Energy
Energy for Earth-Object Systems
You spin a bucket of mass m in a horizontal circle of
radius r at a constant
CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM
March 14th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Conservation Laws
Impulse and Force
Choosing System for Momentum Constancy
You are a passenger in a car and not wearing your seat
belt. Without increasing or decreasing
DESCRIBING MOTION IN 1D
(1D KINEMATICS)
January 23rd, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Velocity to Position
Acceleration
Constant Acceleration Mathematics
Acceleration Problems
~ has a magnitude of 2.00 m and vector B
~ has
Vector A
a mag
PARALLEL AXIS THEOREM AND ROTATIONAL
KINEMATICS
April 11th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Rotational Motion around a Fixed Axis
Is it easier to open a door that is made of a solid piece
of wood or a door of the same mass made of light
MOMENT OF INERTIA, ROTATIONAL KINETIC
ENERGY, AND ROLLING MOTION
April 6th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Moment of Inertia
Rotational Kinetic Energy
Rolling Motion
You open a bag of chips by pulling apart the top seal of
the bag with
NORMAL FORCE, FRICTIONAL FORCES,
AND ROTATED COORDINATE SYSTEMS
February 16th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Types of Forces - Normal Force
Types of Forces - Friction
Inclined Planes
Types of Forces - Tension
Which vector quantities de
MOTION DOWN INCLINES, VECTOR COMPONENTS, INTRO TO PROJECTILE MOTION
January 31st, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Motion down Inclines
Component Vectors
Free Fall in 2D: Projectile Motion
Projectile Motion: Flight Time
REVIEW
1
Equations
NEWTONS FIRST LAW; NEWTONS THIRD
LAW AND INTERACTIONS
February 23rd, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Newtons First Law
Interactions and Forces
Interaction Pairs
An 10 kg block is positioned on a rough, inclined surface
( = 30 ) and attac
INTRODUCTION TO FORCES NEWTONS
SECOND LAW AND IDENTIFYING FORCES
February 14th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Introduction to Forces
Newtons Second Law
Types of Forces - Gravity
When a fighter pilot pulls out from the bottom of a power
PROJECTILE MOTION
February 2nd, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Projectile Motion
Find the horizontal (Fx ) and vertical (Fy ) components of
the vector below
A
Fx = F cos , Fy = F sin
B
Fx = F sin , Fy = F cos
C
Fx =
F
F
, Fy =
cos
sin
D
Fx =
F
F
1D KINEMATICS WITH CONSTANT ACCELERATION, AND
FREE FALL
January 26th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Constant Acceleration Mathematics
Acceleration Problems
Lecture 2
Free Fall
When can we be certain that the average velocity of an
obje
TENSION: MOLECULAR DESCRIPTION AND
MASSLESS ROPE APPROXIMATION
February 28th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Tension - Molecular Description
Tension - Massless Rope Approximation
Pulleys
You apply the brakes of your car abruptly and you
DYNAMICS OF CONSTANT SPEED CIRCULAR
MOTION
March 2nd, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Circular Motion and Central Forces
The Real Forces of Circular Motion
One of your classmates, Kevin, is attempting to solve for
the tension in the rope
MORE STATIC FRICTION PROBLEMS AND
NEWTONS FIRST LAW
February 21st, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
More Friction Problems
A basketball player leaps straight up into the air. While
the basketball player is pushing off of the ground, which
GRAVITATIONAL AND ELASTIC POTENTIAL
ENERGY
March 21st, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Energy for Earth-Object Systems
Energy of Spring Systems
In the meteorite problem from last lecture, if the meteorite landed in the ocean instead of o
COLLISIONS
March 23rd, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Collisions
For the following demonstration, two identical balls travel
down two different ramps: a curved ramp and an inclined
ramp.
If the balls are released at the same height, which
ball will f
RELATIVE FRAMES IN 2D, CONSTANT-SPEED
CIRCULAR MOTION, ROTATIONAL VELOCITY
February 9th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Review
Review
Constant-Speed Circular Motion
Rotational Kinematics
RELATIVE MOTION
1
Two people will describe the motion of the sa
WELCOME TO PHYS 2305
January 17th, 2017
Instructor: Dr. Travis Merritt
Introduction
Introduction
Class Logistics
Active Learning Environment
WHAT IS PHYSICS
1
What do you think physics is?
3
Introduction
Class Logistics
Active Learning Environment
WHAT IS
TR 11
ln6 opportunities 4/13/17
Colin Jachimowski
When I first saw this assignment, I knew exactly who I was going to interview.
Throughout high school I had a great relationship with my assistant basketball coach. It was not
until last semester when I
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Enge 1215 TR11 G5 LineFollowingRobotCode Colin Jachimowski 4/13/17
This program is used to help a Line-Following Robot follow the line.
The first several sections set up the constants used in the communcation
between this program and the ardui
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EngE 1215
This program is used to help a Line-Following Robot follow the line.
The first several sections set up the constants used in the communcation
between this program and the arduino.
Each student will add his/her own code to the User Co
Outline
-Math Emporium
Problem Description- The Math Emporium is located a few miles off Virginia Techs campus at
University Mall. The Math Emporium has a dull physical setting with gray carpet and light grey
walls. There are several pods throughout the e
Justification- The audience for my proposal will the Virginia Tech Math Emporium operations
manager Sarah Worley. Sarah oversees how the operations of the Emporium go about daily. I
will also target the academic manager Terri Bourdon to target any issues
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Enge 1215 TR11 Colin Jachimowski 3/29/17
This program is used to help a Line-Following Robot follow the line.
The first several sections set up the constants used in the communcation
between this program and the arduino.
Each student will add
Department of Engineering Education
ENGE 1215
Assignment G5: Line Following Program
This is an individual component of a group assignment and will count towards your group assignment
average. This component is worth 10 points.
Submit a single MATLAB .m fi