Physics 168 (Fall 2018)


Syllabus

Lectures

August 28 - August 30 - September 6 - September 13 - September 20 - September 27 - October 4 - October 11 - October 25 - November 1 - November 8 - November 29 -

Homeworks

Homework I (September 4) (solutions) - Homework II (September 25) (solutions) - Homework III (October 2) (solutions) - Homework IV (October 9) (solutions) - Homework V (October 16) (solutions) - Homework VI (October 23) (solutions) - Homework VII (October 30) (solutions) - Homework VIII (November 6) (solutions) - Homework IX (November 13) (solutions) - Homework X (November 20) (solutions) - Homework XI (November 27) (solutions) - Homework XII (December 4) (solutions) - Homework XIII (December 6) (solutions) -

Complementary Material

Physics for Scientists and Engineers (R. A. Serway & J. W Jewett, 2014)

Mechanics - Mechanics (cont'd) - Mechanics (cont'd), Oscillations and Waves, Thermodynamics - Thermodynamics (cont'd), Electricity and Magnetism - Electricity and Magnetism (cont'd), Light and Optics - Light and Optics (cont'd), Modern Physics - Modern Physics (cont'd), Appendices -

MIT course notes

History and Limitations of Classical Mechanics - Units and Dimensional Analysis - Vectors - One Dimensional Kinematics - Two Dimensional Kinematics - Circular Motion - Newton's Laws of Motion - Application of Newton's Second Law - Circular Motion Dynamics - Momentum, System of Particles, and Conservation of Momentum - Reference Frames - Momentum and the Flow of Mass - The Concept of Energy and Conservation of Energy - Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy - Collision Theory - Two Dimensional Rotational Kinematics - Two Dimensional Rotational Dynamics - Static Equilibrium - Angular Momentum - Rigid Body: Translation and Rotational Motion Kinematics for Fixed Axis Rotation - Rigid Body Dynamics: Rotation and Translation about a Fixed Axis - Three Dimensional Rotations and Gyroscopes - Simple Harmonic Motion - Physical Pendulum - Celestial Mechanics - Elastic Properties of Materials - Static Fluids - Fluid Dynamics - Kinetic Theory of Gases: Equipartition of Energy and the Ideal Gas Law -