NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION I
PHYS1112
Lecture 3
PHYS1312 (Fall 2013) Lecture 3 Newton's
Laws of Motion I
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Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1. to use the Newtons three laws of motion to
solve problems.
2. the concept of inertial
Motion in 2D
PHYS1312 (Fall 2013)
1
Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1. to predict the trajectory of projectile motion
2. displacement, velocity and acceleration in vector
notation
3. circular motion and centripetal accelerat
WORK AND KINETIC ENERGY
PHYS1312
Lecture 5
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Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1) the meanings of +ve and ve work done.
2) the Hookes law as an example of a variable
force.
3) the work-energy theorem in the general case.
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Fro
Lecture 1
Physical Quantities, dimensional
analysis and Vectors
PHYS1312 (Fall 2013)
1
Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1. meanings of theories and models in physics
2. how to define units for fundamental physical
quantities
DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES II
PHYS1312
Lecture 10
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Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1) how to calculate the moment of inertia of simple
symmetric rigid bodies
2) the parallel axis theorem to find the moment of inertia
about dif
MOMENTUM, IMPULSE, AND
COLLISIONS II
PHYS1312
Lecture 8
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Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
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3)
4)
characteristics of elastic collisions.
center of mass and its relation to center of gravity.
the dynamics of the center of
DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES I
PHYS1312
Lecture 9
1
Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1) radian as a measure of angle
2) angular displacement, velocity and acceleration and their
vector representation
3) angular motion as compared
DYNAMICS OF RIGID BODIES III
PHYS1312
Lecture 11
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Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1) how to deal with a rigid body rotating about a moving
axis, e.g. a yo-yo
2) the ideal case of rolling without slipping.
3) rolling friction
POTENTIAL ENERGY & ENERGY
CONSERVATION
PHYS1312
Lecture 6
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Intended Learning Outcomes
After this lecture you will learn:
1) gravitational and elastic forces as examples of
conservative force
2) properties of the potential energy function of a
conservati