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2.1. Introduction;
2.2. Frames of reference;
2.3. Kinematics of a particle: definitions;
2.4. Tangential and normal acceleration;
2.5. Motion with constant acceleration;
2.6. Angular kinematic parameters;
2.7. Rotation with constant acceleration;
2.8. Relations between linear and angular kinematic variables;
2.9. Galilean transformation;
2.10. Relative rotational motion;
Physics

Kinematics
Newton's laws
Application of Newton's laws
Work and energy
Systems of particles
Motion of rigid body
Ideal gas
First and second principle of thermodynamics
Electric charge and electric field
Gauss' law
Conductors and dielectrics in an electric field
Electrical currents
Magnetic interaction
Sources of magnetic fields
Magnetization of matter


physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics

physics lecture - kinematics





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