Mechanics and Heat

Mechanics and Heat is a general physics subject usually taken by students in colleges and universities. Though only the Science and Engineering students take the deeper study, those who take the introductory course only cannot be underestimated. Just imagine, even a private soldier had solved a problem Einstein had failed to solve. Topics in Mechanics and Heat could be very helpful to make your daily life more creative and fun. Get into these links or you may add a comment for me to help you learn:

MOTION IN ONE AND TWO DIMENSIONS, with ALGEBRA, CALCULUS, AND GRAPHING

FORCES, 3 LAWS OF MOTION and PROBLEMS INVOLVING FORCES

VECTORS, TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS and PROBLEMS INVOLVING FORCES AND TORQUE

CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM

CIRCULAR MOTION and SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION

KEPLER’S LAWS AND THE LAW OF UNIVERSAL GRAVITATION, and SATELLITE MOTION

CONSERVATION OF ENERGY, WORK, and POWER

DYNAMICS OF ROTATIONAL MOTION, CENTER OF MASS, AND MOMENT OF INERTIA

STATICS AND DYNAMICS OF FLUIDS

LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS, TEMPERATURE AND HEAT, THERMAL EXPANSION, and HEAT TRANSFER

KINETIC-MOLECULAR THEORY OF GASES, and THE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOLIDS, LIQUIDS AND GASES


Consider this site as a resource page for  interested students who want to learn more about mechanics and heat. Take this short summaries and start asking questions. Whether its a confusion that needs to be clarified or a request that needs to be attended. We’ll try to learn together. It may be hard but if we are working together it’ll just be a piece of chicken.

Measurement and Vectors

Kinematics

Dynamics

Work and Energy

Momentum and Impulse

Fluid Mechanics

Temperature and Heat

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