g01 VECTORS
carriers at a glance
components of a vector
vector multiplications
kinematic vector quantities
static vector quantities
g02 PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMICS AND REFERENCE SYSTEMS
principles of dynamics
force diagram
Galilean relativity
non-inertial reference frames and apparent forces
g03 APPLICATIONS OF THE PRINCIPLES OF DYNAMICS
parabolic motion
circular motion
centripetal force and apparent centrifugal force
harmonic motion
harmonic motion of a mass attached to a spring
harmonic motion of a pendulum
g04 CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
work and power
kinetic energy
potential energy
conservation of mechanical energy
work of non-conservative forces
g05 MOMENTUM
momentum vector
impulse of a force and change in momentum
momentum theorem
the conservation of momentum
bumps
center of mass
g06 ANGULAR MOMENT
angular momentum and moment of inertia
conservation of angular momentum
rotational dynamics
the rolling
g07 GRAVITATION
Kepler's laws
universal gravitation
motion of the satellites
deduction of Kepler's laws
gravitational field
gravitational potential energy
conservation of energy in the gravitational interaction
g08 FLUID MECHANICS
fluid static
steady current of a fluid
Bernoulli equation for fluids
applications of Bernoulli's law
friction in fluids
g09 TEMPERATURE AND GASES
thermometry
temperature and pressure and volume of a gas
volume and pressure of a gas at constant temperature
amount of substance
perfect gases
microscopic model of matter
microscopic pressure
g10 HEAT AND THE FIRST PRINCIPLE OF THERMODYNAMICS
heat and changes of state
evaporation and liquid-vapor equilibrium
heat propagation
internal energy
thermodynamic transformations
thermodynamic work
first law of thermodynamics and its applications
specific heats of an ideal gas
adiabatic transformations
g11 SECOND PRINCIPLE OF THERMODYNAMICS
thermal machines
second law of thermodynamics from a microscopic point of view
reversible thermal machines and maximum efficiency
Carnote cycle
thermodynamic cycles
entropy
conservation and not of entropy
microscopic interpretation of the second law of thermodynamics