F. Rotational Motion
video F1: Rotational Kinematics. This video explains rotational kinematics for constant angular acceleration. video F2: Rotational Kinematics (part 2). This video continues to explain rotational kinematics and details how the linear quantities are related to rotational (or angular) quantities as an object rotates. video F3: Rotational Kinematics (part 3) video F4: Torque and the Cross-Product (or Vector Product): This video explains a little bit about torque and the cross-product or vector product of two vectors. So this is the second way that two vector quantities can be multiplied together. video F5: Torque and the Cross-Product (part 2) video F6: Torque and the Cross-Product (part 3) video F7: Static Equilibrium Problems. This is a video that explains the necessary conditions for keeping a structure in static equilibrium. Static equilibrium occurs when a system has no linear acceleration and no angular acceleration. video F8: Static Equilibrium Problems (part 2) video F9: Rotational Inertia or Moment of Inertia. This video introduces the concept of rotational inertia (or rotational sluggishness or moment of inertia) video F10: The Parallel-Axis Theorem. If you know a system's rotational inertial about an axis that passes through its center of mass, then you can find the rotational inertial about a second axis that is parallel to the original axis by using the parallel-axis theorem. video F11: Rotational Dynamics (Newton's Second Law in Rotational Motion) video F12: Rotational Dynamics (part 2) video F13: Rotational Dynamics (part 3): This is a video that details Atwood's machine problems where the pulley has significant mass. video F14: Rotational Kinetic Energy (part 1) video F15: Rotational Kinetic Energy (part 2) video F16: Angular Momentum video F17: Angular Momentum (part 2) video F18: Unit F Review (part 1). This video is a review of the concepts covered in unit F on Rotational Motion. Try pausing the video after each question to see if you can answer the question on your own. video F19: Unit F Review (part 2)
G. Satellite Motion
video G1: The Gravitational Field Strength. This video is on the gravitational field due to a planet. video G2: Satellites in Circular Orbit. This video details the physics of satellites in circular orbit around another object. video G3: Kepler's 3 Laws of Planetary Motion. video G4: Elliptical Orbits and the Conservation of Energy video G5: Elliptical Orbits and the Conservation of Angular Momentum video G6: Escape Velocity. This video explains how you calculate an object's escape velocity for a given planet. video G7: The Physics of Binary Star Systems video G8: Review for Unit G (part 1). This video is a review of the concepts covered in unit G on Planetary or Satellite Motion. Try pausing the video after each question to see if you can answer the question on your own. video G9: Review for Unit G (part 2) video G10: Review for Unit G (part 3)
H. Periodic Motion (Harmonic Motion)
video H1: The Kinematics of Harmonic Motion (part 1): An Introduction into Harmonic Motion. This video compares the motion of an object travelling in uniform circular motion to an object travelling in simple harmonic motion. Kinematics is the study of DESCRIBING motion. Dynamics is the study of the CAUSES of motion. video H2: The Kinematics of Harmonic Motion (part 2) video H3: The Kinematics of Harmonic Motion (part 3) video H4: The Dynamics of Simple Harmonic Motion (part 1). This video explains how Newton's laws apply to simple harmonic motion. video H5: Energy Conservation and Simple Harmonic Motion video H6: Harmonic Oscillator with a Crate on Top of a Crate. This video details the physics of a crate that is attached to a spring with another create sitting on top of the first one. The net force on the top crate is supplied only by the force of friction. video H7: Springs in Series and Parallel. This video explains how to find the equivalent spring constants of either set of springs that are connected in parallel and or connected in series. video H8: The Period of a Simple Pendulum. This video describes the derivation for the period of a simple pendulum. video H9: The Period of a Physical Pendulum. This video describes the derivation for the period of a physical pendulum. video H10: The Period of a Physical Pendulum (part 2). This video shows how to apply the equation derived in video H9. video H11: The Equivalence of a Vertical Mass on a Spring to a Horizontal Mass on a Spring. This video attempts to explain why the physics of a mass attached to a horizontal spring has many similarites to the physics of a mass attached to a vertical spring. video H12: Review of Unit H (part 1). This video is a review of the concepts covered in unit H on Harmonic Motion. Try pausing the video after each question to see if you can answer the question on your own. video H13: Review of Unit H (part 2). video H14: Review of Unit H (part 3) video H15: Review Unit H (part 4) video H 16: Review Unit H (part 5)
N. Growth and Decay in Physics (Air Resistance)*
video N1: Objects Falling With Air Resistance. video N2: Objects Falling With Air Resistance (part 2) video N3: Review of Air Resistance video N4: Review of Air Resistance (part 2). Only a part of this video is air resistance. The other part of this video is on RC circuits. |