Lectures 9
Temperature &
the Kinetic Theory of Gases
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Overview of Thermodynamics
Extends the ideas of temperature and internal
energy
Concerned with concepts of energy transfers
between a system and i

Lecture 2
Motion in One Dimension
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Kinematics
Describes motion while ignoring the
agents that caused the motion
For now, will consider motion in one
dimension
Along a straight line
Will use the partic

Chapter 12
2. In an engine, a piston oscillates with simple harmonic motion so that its position
varies according to the expression
x = (5.00 cm) cos(2t + /6)
where x is in centimeters and t is in seconds. At t = 0, find (a) the position of the
piston, (b

"a
0 The PositiOn of a pinewood derbycar was 0135er at vari-. It's hysinsgglluwm A P article moves along the .x axis accord.
ous umes;.the results are summarized in the following table. - I ing to the equation x = 2.00 + 300 1.003, where x is in
' meters

LA 3.00-kg particle has a velocity of (sooi 4.ooj)m/s.
(a) Find its in and y components of momentum. (b) Find
the magnitude and direction of its momentum.
4;. A friend claims that as long as he has his seat belt on, he
' can hold on to a 12.0-kg child in

Examination Cover Sheet
TP9, 2011
EXAMINATION DETAILS
Faculty: Swinburne College
Subject Code: LENMO
Subject Title: Energy & Motion
Duration:
120 min
Reading time: 15 min
50 % of overall assessment covered by this exam
CANDIDATE DETAILS Student to complet

Lecture 11 Part 2
Fluid Mechanics
Part 2
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Buoyant Force
The buoyant force is the upward force
exerted by a fluid on any immersed
object
The object is in equilibrium
There must be an upward force to
ba

Lectures 11 Part 1
Fluid Mechanics
Part 1
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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States of Matter
Solid
Liquid
Has a definite volume and shape
Has a definite volume but not a definite
shape
Gas unconfined
Has neither a definite volume nor

Chapter 13
3. A sinusoidal wave is traveling along a rope. The oscillator that generates the wave
completes 40.0 vibrations in 30.0 s. Also, a given maximum travels 425 cm along the
rope in 10.0 s. What is the wavelength? (Ans. 31.9 cm)
4.
For a certain t

Swinburne University of Technology
Swinburne College
TEACHING PERIOD 2 - 2011
ENERGY & MOTION
LENMO / L0046ENMO
TEST 1
Time: 90 minutes
Actual
Mark
Name : ID : Gr: EUD
Energy & Motion _ Test 1 TPZ (Iuly 2011) , ' 7 Page 1
Safed Shushtarian ' .

Consider joules apparatus dia'grarnmed in Figure 1317.2.
The mass of each of the two blocks is 1.50 kg, and the insu '
ilated tank is lled with 200 g of water. What is the increase
fin the temperature 7 of the water after the blocks fall
through a distanc

/ 1. A 1 GOO-kg roller coaster train is initially at the top of a rise,
_ at point @. It then moves 135 ft; at an angle of 40.0 below-
the horizontal, to a lower point . (3.) Choose the train at
point to be the zero conguration for gravitational poten
tia

shows that the car is initially heading due east. After 1t nav- \A roller coaster car moves 200 ft horizontally and then rises
els 840 in, it is heading 35 0" south of east. Find the radius 135 ft at an angle of 30. 0 above the horizontal It then trav
of

@A block of mass 2.50 kg is pushed 2.20 m along-a fric-
tionless horizontal table by a constant 16.0-N force l 4 A 5 00043 freight car le along mils il'neglig'ible fric
directed 250 below the horizontal. Determine the work .7 - tion. The car is brought to

Lecture 1
Introduction
and
Vectors
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Swinburne College UNILINK - Energy & Motion L0046ENMO
About Energy and Motion (Physics)
Provides a quantitative understanding of
certain phenomena that occur in our

\/ 2. Convert the following to equivalent temperatures on the Cel-
sius and Kelvin scales: (a) the normal human body tempera-
ture, 98.6F; (b) the air temperature on a cold day, . 5.00F.
Liquid nitrogen has a boiling point of ~195,81C at atmos-
pheric pre

Lecture 5
Energy
and
Energy Transfer
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Introduction to Energy
The concept of energy is one of the
most important topics in science
Every physical process that occurs in
the Universe involves energy and

/ Calculate the mass of a solid iron sphere that has a diame '4 HOW many cubic meters 0f helium are required to lift a
ter of 3.00 cm.
1/2. The four tires of an automobile are inated to a gauge.
pressure of 200 kPa. Each tire has an area of 0.024 0 In2 in

Lecture 12 - Part 2
Vibrations and Waves
Dr SaiedShushtarian
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Damped Oscillations
In many real systems, nonconservative
forces are present
This is no longer an ideal system (the type
we have dealt with so far)
Friction is

Lecture 3
The Laws of Motion
Part 1
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Swinburne College UNILINK - Energy & Motion L0046ENMO
Classes of Forces
Contact forces
involve physical
contact between two
objects
Field forces act
through empty

Swinburne College UNILINK - Energy & Motion L0046ENMO
Lecture 3
The Laws of Motion
Part 2
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Newtons Third Law
If two objects interact, the force
exerted by object 1 on object 2 is equal
in magnitude an

Swinburne University of Technology
Swinburne College
TEACHING PERIOD 3 - 2011
ENERGY & MOTION LENMO
TEST 2
(Dec 2011)
Convenor : Saied Shushtarian
Time: 90 minutes
Question Number
Allocated
Actual
Mark
Mark
1
3
2
4
3
3
4
4
5
4
6
4
7
4
8
4
Total
30
Final R

Lab 3 - CENTRE OF MASS AND ROTATIONAL EQUILIBRIUM;
MOMENT OF INERTIA
Enter all data on the template report provided: this must be handed in at the beginning
of the next class. Make sure that you have all the data before leaving the class.
Part A: Centre o

Lectures 12 - Part 3
Vibrations and Waves
Dr SaiedShushtarian
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Types of Waves
There are two main types of waves
Mechanical waves
Some physical medium is being disturbed
The wave is the propagation of a disturbance
through

Lab 5 - LATENT HEAT OF FUSION OF ICE AND SPECIFIC HEAT OF
ALUMINIUM
Enter all data on the template report provided: this must be handed in at the end of the
class.
Procedure
Get together with other students to form a group: the best size is three.
The gro

Lecture 5
Energy
and
Energy Transfer
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Introduction to Energy
The concept of energy is one of the
most important topics in science
Every physical process that occurs in
the Universe involves energy and

Lecture 6
Potential Energy
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Potential Energy
Potential energy is the energy
associated with the configuration of a
system of objects that exert forces on
each other
The forces are internal to the syst

Lecture 6
Energy
and
Energy Transfer
Part 2
Dr Saied Shushtarian
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Kinetic Energy
Kinetic Energy is the energy of a
particle due to its motion
K = 1/2 mv2
K is the kinetic energy
m is the mass of the particle
v is the spee