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Aortic Stenosis

Aortic Stenosis

Aortic Stenosis. Kunjan Bhatt MD Austin Heart. Let’s Start off with some questions!. Question 1. Components for the continuity equation for AVA include all the following except? 1. MV annular diameter 2. MV annular VTI 3. AV VTI 4. LVOT diameter

By emily
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Motion in One Dimension

Motion in One Dimension

Motion in One Dimension. Falling Objects. Free Fall. Free fall – motion of an object falling with a constant acceleration Free fall acceleration due to gravity is represented by g On Earth, g=9.81m/s 2 It is directed toward the center of the Earth

By Patman
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How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation

How to Use This Presentation. To View the presentation as a slideshow with effects select “View” on the menu bar and click on “Slide Show.” To advance through the presentation, click the right-arrow key or the space bar.

By benjamin
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Lecture 5: Introduction to Physics PHY101

Lecture 5: Introduction to Physics PHY101

Lecture 5: Introduction to Physics PHY101. Chapter 2: Distance and Displacement, Speed and Velocity (2.1,2.2) Acceleration (2.3) Equations of Kinematics for Constant Acceleration (2.4). Displacement and Distance.

By Olivia
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BASIC DIFFERENTIATION RULES AND RATES OF CHANGE (2.2)

BASIC DIFFERENTIATION RULES AND RATES OF CHANGE (2.2)

October 9th, 2017. BASIC DIFFERENTIATION RULES AND RATES OF CHANGE (2.2). I. THE CONSTANT RULE. Thm. 2.2: The Constant Rule: The derivative of a constant function is 0. So, if c is a real number, then. II. THE POWER RULE.

By nash
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Kinematics/Free Fall

Kinematics/Free Fall

Kinematics/Free Fall. By Dan Gallagher, Stephanie Johnson, Kim Grauf, and Ryan Morton. Some Key Terms. Speed Measures how fast something is moving Velocity Speed in a certain direction Instantaneous Average Acceleration Change of velocity in a given time . Free Fall.

By africa
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Simulating Dynamical Features of Escape Panic

Simulating Dynamical Features of Escape Panic

Simulating Dynamical Features of Escape Panic. Dirk Helbing, Illés Farkas, and Tamás Vicsek Alex Turek. Stampedes. People trying to move faster than normal Physical interactions between people Uncoordinated passing of bottlenecks Arching/clogging at exits

By Gabriel
(494 views)

Problem 31

Problem 31

Problem 31. Find the moments of inertia about the x & y axes: m = 1.8 kg, M = 3.1 kg. Problem 40. m each blade = 160 kg . Moment of inertia I ? Starts from rest, torque τ to get ω = 5 rev/s ( 10 π rad/s ) in t = 8 s ?. Example 8-11. M = 4 kg, F T = 15 N

By peregrine
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Explaining Motion Revision

Explaining Motion Revision

Explaining Motion Revision. Forces. Forces arise from an interaction between 2 objects. In an interaction pair the forces are equal in size but opposite in direction. These forces act on different objects. They explain how rockets work etc. Forces (cont.).

By cwen
(206 views)

2.1b Mechanics On the move

2.1b Mechanics On the move

2.1b Mechanics On the move. Breithaupt pages 112 to 129. April 11 th , 2010. AQA AS Specification. Distance ( x ) and Displacement ( s ). Distance ( x ) the length of the path moved by an object scalar quantity SI unit: metre (m) Displacement ( s )

By lynn
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Ferris Wheel Physics

Ferris Wheel Physics

Ferris Wheel Physics. Brought to you by: Feith Fischborn Kacey Kesselhuth Lindee League Stephanie Sawyer. Our Hypothesis. At the bottom of the Ferris wheel, apparent weight is more than normal weight At the top of the Ferris wheel, apparent weight is less than normal weight

By piera
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Objectives : To analyze the kinematics of a rigid body undergoing planar translation or rotation about a fixed axis.

Objectives : To analyze the kinematics of a rigid body undergoing planar translation or rotation about a fixed axis.

RIGID BODY MOTION: TRANSLATION & ROTATION (Sections 16.1-16.3). Objectives : To analyze the kinematics of a rigid body undergoing planar translation or rotation about a fixed axis. APPLICATIONS. Passengers ride are subjected to curvilinear translation. .

By jana
(1094 views)

One Dimensional Motion

One Dimensional Motion

One Dimensional Motion. Frames of Reference Distance and Displacement Speed and Velocity Graphical Relations. Motion may seem simple enough, but physics is able to make it more complicated then you could imagine Our first topic will be motion in one dimension

By everley
(232 views)

2-Dimensional Kinematics

2-Dimensional Kinematics

2-Dimensional Kinematics. 2-Dimensional Kinematics. 2-Dimensional Kinematics. Projectile Motion Projectiles Launched Horizontally A projectile is an object shot through the air.

By min
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Horizontal Projectiles

Horizontal Projectiles

Horizontal Projectiles. Projectile. An object in motion where the only force acting on it is gravity. A dropped ball A kicked football A diver leaving a springboard A shot-put throw A satellite. Independence of X and Y.

By lotus
(185 views)

Re-Cap of the Hydrological Cycle

Re-Cap of the Hydrological Cycle

Re-Cap of the Hydrological Cycle. Task 1: What are the main processes in the hydrological cycle? 2. How is a balance maintained within the hydrological cycle?. The River Course. The Upper Course. The River Channel:

By laken
(132 views)

Speed/Motion Notes!

Speed/Motion Notes!

Speed/Motion Notes!. Motion – an object is in motion if it changes position to a reference point r=d/t Constant speed g speed does not change Average speed g speed changing (total distance/total time) Instantaneous speed g the speed of an object at any given instant.

By corby
(179 views)

Making A Low Friction Balloon Air Puck S-5

Making A Low Friction Balloon Air Puck S-5

Making A Low Friction Balloon Air Puck S-5. Created for OP 3 October 2K+3. FORCES & MOTION IVA1 ROLLING ON AN INCLINED PLANE. Created for OP 26 April 2K+2. Materials: Inclined plane Free‑wheeling toy car Masking tape or chalk or movable place‑markers meter stick stop watch.

By mickey
(259 views)

Management of Hypertensive Emergencies

Management of Hypertensive Emergencies

Management of Hypertensive Emergencies. New paradigm in treatment of acute hypertension. Acute vascular injury has chronic sequelae. SBP too high Cardiac overload Vascular damage. SBP too low Thrombosis? Organ dysfunction.

By ham
(402 views)

Kinematics

Kinematics

Kinematics. Kinematics is the study of motion Base of all subsequent physics Only directly measurable field of physics Can only measure displacements in space or time. Frames of Reference. In order to quantify any measurement, a Frame of Reference must be defined.

By ona
(163 views)

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