Physics 240  Physics for Science and Engineering I
Physics 240: Physics for Science and Engineering I (Calculusbased 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.

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 nonInertial Reference Frame 
Lecture 21  The WorkEnergy Theorem (v.1) 
Lecture 22  Power, Conservative Interaction, Potential Energy 
Lecture 23  Mechanical Energy 
Lecture 24  Applications of the WorkEnergy Theorem 
Lecture 25  Relation between Descriptions of Interaction and Descriptions of Motion 
Lecture 26  ImpulseMomentum 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  WorkEnergy Theorem IV; Total Kinetic Energy 
Lecture 31  WorkEnergy 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 