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Physics 240 - Physics for Science and Engineering I

Physics 240: Physics for Science and Engineering I (Calculus-based Mechanics) (UMKC). Taught by Professor Jerzy Wrobel, this course provides an introduction to mechanics, wave motion and sound and heat and thermodynamics. And the course is based on the 8th edition of a textbook Physics for Scientists and Engineers authored R.A. Serway & J.W. Jewett, Jr.

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Lecture 01 - Review of the course syllabus
Lecture 02 - Introduction to Physics
Lecture 03 - Scalar Quantities
Lecture 04 - Area, Volume and Density
Lecture 05 - Vectors
Lecture 06 - Scalar Product and Cartesian Coordinate System
Lecture 07 - Vector Quantities
Lecture 08 - Velocity and Acceleration
Lecture 09 - Motion with Constant Velocity
Lecture 10 - Motion with Constant Acceleration
Lecture 11 - Inverse Relations
Lecture 12 - Galilean Transformation
Lecture 13 - Laws of Motion; the concept of force
Lecture 14 - Laws of Motion; four fundamental interactions
Lecture 15 - Laws of Motion; weight, normal force, static friction
Lecture 16 - Laws of Motion; kinetic friction, tension, drag
Lecture 17 - Uniform Circular Motion
Lecture 18 - Inertial Forces
Lecture 19 - Inertial Forces (cont.)
Lecture 20 - Newton's Second Law in a non-Inertial Reference Frame
Lecture 21 - The Work-Energy Theorem (v.1)
Lecture 22 - Power, Conservative Interaction, Potential Energy
Lecture 23 - Mechanical Energy
Lecture 24 - Applications of the Work-Energy Theorem
Lecture 25 - Relation between Descriptions of Interaction and Descriptions of Motion
Lecture 26 - Impulse-Momentum Theorem
Lecture 27 - Conservation of Total Momentum
Lecture 28 - Center of Mass
Lecture 29 - Newton's Second Law, Center of Mass, Kinetic Energy
Lecture 30 - Work-Energy Theorem IV; Total Kinetic Energy
Lecture 31 - Work-Energy Theorem; Gravitational Interaction
Lecture 32 - Angular Momentum and Torque
Lecture 33 - Center of Force and Rigid Body
Lecture 34 - Total Angular Momentum of a Rigid Body
Lecture 35 - Motion of Center of Mass, Axis of Rotation, Moment of Inertia
Lecture 36 - Kinetic Energy of a Rigid Body
Lecture 37 - Application of Newton's Second Law
Lecture 38 - Application of Newton's Second Law for Analysis
Lecture 39 - Internal Interactions
Lecture 40 - Hooke's Law
Lecture 41 - Liquid in Equilibrium
Lecture 42 - Archimedes Principle and Bernoulli's Equation
Lecture 43 - Motion of Particles; Sinusoidal Waves
Lecture 43 - Concept of Heat Transfer
Lecture 44 - Heat Capacity
Lecture 45 - Thermodynamic Processes
Lecture 46 - The Firs Law of Thermodynamics
Lecture 47 - Microscopic Model of an Ideal Gas
Lecture 48 - Entropy
Lecture 49 - Second Law of Thermodynamics
Lecture 50 - Consequences of the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Lecture 51 - Review of Concepts