PHYS 1110D
Assignment 6
Due-date: 05 Nov 2015 (Thu)
(Before 5:30 pm)
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6.2 Kinetic Energy of Rotation
Consider
a rigid body rotates with constant
angular velocity.
Its Rotational Kinetic
Energy K is the total kinetic energy of the
particles in the body given by:
1
2
K =
PHYS1110 Engineering Physics: Mechanics and thermodynamics
Chapter 1 Vectors
1 Vectors
1.1 Vectors and Scalars
Some physical quantities, such as volume, mass and energy, have only magnitude but no dir
PHYS1110 Engineering Physics: Mechanics and thermodynamics
Chapter 6 Equilibrium
6 Equilibrium
6.1 The Centre of Gravity
In chapter 4, we introduced the concept of centre of mass. Here we are going to
PHYS1110 Engineering Physics: Mechanics and thermodynamics
Chapter 4 Momentum and Impulse
4 Momentum and Impulse
4.1 Linear Momentum of a Single Particle
The linear momentum of a particle is a vector
Physics 4A Exam r , Name: SM'OPL
Spring Section (Circle one): M T
1. (25 points) At what initial speed Vo must the basketball player throw the ball, at angle
80 above the horizontal, to make the fou
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AP PHYSICS 2
Thermodynamics 'I'est: Group
I. An ideal gas with molecules of mass m is contained in a cube with sides of area A. The
average vertical component of the velocity of the gas
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PHYS1110 Engineering Physics: Mechanics & Thermodynamics
Assignment 2
Due date: 28st Sept, 2017 (by 5:30 pm)
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Exam 2 Practice Problems
1. (hr05-049) In the figure to the right, a block of mass m = 5.00 kg is
pulled along a horizontal frictionless floor by a cord that exerts a force of
magnitude F = 12.0 N at
Ch5. Momentum and Impulse
5.1
y 5.2
y 5.3
y 5.4
y
Linear Momentum
Impulse
Conservation of Linear Momentum
Momentum and Kinetic Energy in
Collisions
x Elastic Collisions in One Dimension
x Inelastic Co
Ch2. Force and Motion
2.1
y 2.2
y 2.3
y 2.4
y 2.5
y
Newtonian Mechanics
Newtons First Law of Motion
Newtons Second Law of Motion
Newtons Third Law of Motion
Some Particular Forces
Read Ch. 5 & 6 of Ha
Ch11. Thermodynamics and Heat
Transfer Mechanisms
11.1
11.2
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
Temperature
The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
Measuring Temperature
Thermal Expansion
Temperature and Heat
The Absor
Ch3. Kinetic Energy and Work
3.1
y 3.2
y 3.3
y 3.4
y 3.5
y
Energy
Kinetic Energy
Work
Work-Kinetic Energy Theorem
Work Done
x by the Gravitational Force
x by a Spring Force
x by a General Variable For
PHYS1110 Engineering Physics: Mechanics and thermodynamics
Chapter 7 Fluid
7 Fluid
7.1 Density and Pressure
A. Density
When we discuss fluids, we are interested in extended substance and in properties
PHYS1110 Engineering Physics: Mechanics and thermodynamics
Chapter 8 Oscillation
8 Oscillation
8.1 Simple Harmonic Motion
In the above figure, a mass is attached to a spring with force constant k. The
Ch5. Momentum and Impulse
5.1
Linear Momentum
5.2 Impulse
5.3 Conservation of Linear Momentum
5.4 Momentum and Kinetic Energy in
Collisions
Elastic Collisions in One Dimension
Inelastic Collisions
Ch10. Oscillations
10.1 Simple Harmonic
The Force Law
Energy
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
10.6
Motion
An Angular Simple Harmonic
Oscillator
Pendulum
Simple Harmonic Motion
and Uniform Circular Motion
Dam
4.6 Work Done on a System by an
External Force
We
defined work as being energy transferred
to or from an object by means of a force
acting on the object. We can now extend that
definition to an exter
4.3 Determining Potential Energy
Values
To
determine the potential energy, we consider
a particle-like object that is part
! of a system in
which a conservative force F acts. When that
force does wor
9.3 Measuring Pressure
Mercury
Barometer: a device used to
measure the pressure of the atmosphere. A
very basic version is shown in the figure.
The atmospheric pressure p0
can be found in terms of th
Ch4. Potential Energy and
Conservation of Energy
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Potential Energy
Conservative and Nonconservative
Forces
Determining Potential Energy Values
Conservation of Mechani
Additional notes for Chapter 2
Centripetal
Force
The magnitude of the
centripetal acceleration
a is given by
2
v
a=
r
and can be proven as
follows:
y
!
v
r
p
yp
xp
x
Additional notes for Chapter 2
C
PHYS 1110E
Engineering Physics: Mechanics &
Thermodynamics
Prof. Swee K. GOH
Department of Physics
Office: SCNB 304
Lab: SCNB LG19 and LG20
Consultation Hours:Thursday 4-6pm
Teaching Assistants of Phy
Ch6. Rotation and Moment
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
The Rotational Variables
Kinetic Energy of Rotation
Moment of Inertia
Torque (Moment)
Bending Moment
Newtons Second Law for Rotation
Work an
6.6 Newtons Second Law for
Rotation
! By
analogy with Newtons second law (Fnet =
ma) of linear motion, one may write down
the one for rotation:
net = I
Newtons second law for rotation
where net is th
Ch7. Equilibrium
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
The Requirements of Equilibrium
The Center of Gravity
Examples of Static Equilibrium
Indeterminate Structures
Elasticity
Free Body Diagram of a Structure
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PHYS1110B Engineering Physics: Mechanics & Thermodynamics
This is an introductory calculus-based engineering physics course covering topics in mechanics and
thermodynamics. Topics
PHYS 1110
Engineering Physics:
Mechanics and Thermodynamics
Ch8. Gravitation
8.1
Newtons Law of Gravitatio
n
8.2
Principle of Superposition
8.3
Gravitation Near Earths S
urface and
Inside Earth
8.4
Gr
PHYS1110 Engineering Physics: Mechanics and thermodynamics
Chapter 9 Waves
9 Waves
9.1 Types of Waves
Wave motion is a kind of disturbance that propagates through space. The disturbance transports ene
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V I S I O N . 3
Structure and Functions of the eye . 3
Section.a
Schematic diagram
5.2 Impulse
Impulse
of
Collision
is
a
vector
quantity
!
J defined by:
!
tf !
J = F (t ) dt
ti
!
where F (t ) is the collision force and tf ti is
the duration of collision.
Impulse is related to the