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Physics 111: Elementary Mechanics – Lecture 4

Physics 111: Elementary Mechanics – Lecture 4

Physics 111: Elementary Mechanics – Lecture 4. Carsten Denker NJIT Physics Department Center for Solar–Terrestrial Research. Newton’s Laws. If no net force acts on a body, then the body’s velocity cannot change.

By tyson
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Viscosity

Viscosity

Viscosity. Fluid Resistance. An object moving through or on a fluid meets resistance. Force causes the fluid to move. The velocity is proportional to the force. F. v x. Velocity Gradient. The resistance tends to keep the fluid in place. Law of inertia

By crispin
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Terminal Velocity

Terminal Velocity

Terminal Velocity. D. Crowley, 2008. Terminal Velocity. To understand terminal velocity. Terminal Velocity. What are the forces on a skydiver? How do these forces change (think about when they first jump out; during free fall; and when the parachute has opened)?

By myrrh
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Maximizing the Magnus Effect on Spherical Projectiles

Maximizing the Magnus Effect on Spherical Projectiles

Maximizing the Magnus Effect on Spherical Projectiles. Student Introduction: Name: Blake Loeb School: Eau Gallie High School Grade: 11 th FLVS: Hope

By gordon
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A simple analytical equation to calculate the atmospheric drag during aerobraking campaigns. Application to Mars.

A simple analytical equation to calculate the atmospheric drag during aerobraking campaigns. Application to Mars.

A simple analytical equation to calculate the atmospheric drag during aerobraking campaigns. Application to Mars. François Forget & Michel Capderou Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique, CNRS 14/12/2010. Atmospheric drag and velocity change Δ v during an orbital pass through the atmosphere .

By knoton
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Chapter 6: Force and Motion II

Chapter 6: Force and Motion II

Chapter 6: Force and Motion II. Newton’s Laws. If no net force acts on a body, then the body’s velocity cannot change. The net force on a body is equal to the product of the body’s mass and acceleration.

By sandra_john
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A brief history of flight and airplane development & Future possibilities

A brief history of flight and airplane development & Future possibilities

A brief history of flight and airplane development & Future possibilities. Affiliate Professor Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics University of Washington Seattle, WA. John H. McMasters Technical Fellow The Boeing Company john.h.mcmasters@boeing.com and. April 2007

By axelle
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Locomotion

Locomotion

Locomotion. Locomotion. Ways that animals transport themselves from one place to another. Animals have appendages that are well suited for locomotion in their environment Humans – legs Fish – fins and bodies Birds - wings.

By jera
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PHY131H1F - Class 11

PHY131H1F - Class 11

PHY131H1F - Class 11. Today, finishing Chapter 6: Friction, Drag Rolling without slipping Examples of Newton’s Second Law. Microscopic bumps and holes crash into each other, causing a frictional force. Clicker Question 1.

By orrin
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Engineering Analysis: Drag Approximation

Engineering Analysis: Drag Approximation

Engineering Analysis: Drag Approximation. Spring 2014. Innovative System Project for the Increased Recruitment of Emerging STEM Students. Outline. Drag equations Variables explained Density Terminal velocity Calculating time or distance. Drag Equations. Drag Force. Weight.

By mattox
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Do Now [until 9:05]

Do Now [until 9:05]

Do Now [until 9:05]. Finish evaluation of Miss Peet [if you didn’t get one on Thursday , hand in tomorrow] Pass assessment forward (Evan Lysacek ) Chapter 3 Review due 10/28. Aim : What is weight? . Recall. g represents… an acceleration (due to gravity) Newton’s Second Law:

By fordon
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CHAPTER 5 BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES OF MOTION THROUGH AIR AND WATER

CHAPTER 5 BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES OF MOTION THROUGH AIR AND WATER

CHAPTER 5 BIOMECHANICAL PRINCIPLES OF MOTION THROUGH AIR AND WATER. KEY KNOWLEDGE. Projectile motion (including the human body as a projectile), Magnus effect, the spin (back spin, top spin, side spin), height release, angle release, velocity of release, angle of projection .

By thy
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Playland Question

Playland Question

Playland Question. George Jacky Aaron Carlton Howard. Hellevator. Our Question.

By terry
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Objectives:

Objectives:

Objectives:. Drag force Terminal velocity. Homework check. Air Resistance. We’re always “neglecting air resistance” in physics Can be difficult to deal with However air resistance is present in real life.

By drago
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Outline

Outline

Chapter 4 - Vectors Adding Vectors (Graphically & using Components) Vector Decomposition Unit Vectors Chapter 5 - Net Force & 2D Motion Projectile Motion Displacement, Velocity, & Acceleration Uniform Circular Motion. Outline. Chapter 6 - Identifying & Using Forces

By adie
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CORKSCREW

CORKSCREW

CORKSCREW. QUESTION: The roller coaster is at the top of the hill 20m high and moving at a speed of 10m/sec. . a ) (assume no friction) How fast will the coaster be moving at the bottom of the hill before going into the loop?.

By eileen
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University of Guyana Faculty of Natural Sciences Depart. of Math, PHYs & Stats

University of Guyana Faculty of Natural Sciences Depart. of Math, PHYs & Stats

University of Guyana Faculty of Natural Sciences Depart. of Math, PHYs & Stats PHY 110 – Physics FOR ENGINEERS Lecture 14 (THURSDAY, december 8, 2011). Lecture Notes:. For this information, visit my website: http://ugphysics.weebly.com

By braima
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CH.7 Similitude, Dimensional Analysis, and Modeling

CH.7 Similitude, Dimensional Analysis, and Modeling

CH.7 Similitude, Dimensional Analysis, and Modeling. ( 相似律 , 次元해석 , 모델링 ) 7.1 Dimensional Analysis

By taipa
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Le Sage Gravity

Le Sage Gravity

Le Sage Gravity. by Robert Nemiroff  Michigan Tech. Physics X: About This Course. Officially "Extraordinary Concepts in Physics" Being taught for credit at Michigan Tech Light on math, heavy on concepts Anyone anywhere is welcome No textbook required

By gaenor
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