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Motion  related topic: Mechanical engineering
Angular momentum angular momentum
Circular motion and planetary motion circular motion and planetary motion, Speed and Velocity, Acceleration, The Centripetal Force Requirement, Mathematics of Circular Motion
Circular motion and the law of gravity angular velocity, angular acceleration, tangential velocity and acceleration and, centripetal acceleration, newton's universal law of gravitation
Constant motion equations QT movie constant speed, constant velocity, and constant acceleration
Free body diagrams gravity, normal force, friction, push or pull, tension
Free fall motion free fall motion
Free fall motion free fall motion, It is a motion under influence of gravity alone
Free-fall under gravity Galileo Galilei was the first scientist to appreciate that, neglecting the effect of air resistance, all bodies in free-fall close to the Earth's surface accelerate vertically downwards with the same acceleration 9.81 m/s2
Harmonic motion Simple Harmonic Motion, spring, equilibrium, mass
Horizontal projectile motion
How Does a Wind Turbine Work? Wind turbines operate on a simple principle. The energy in the wind turns two or three propeller-like blades around a rotor. The rotor is connected to the main shaft, which spins a generator to create electricity, animation
Inertia A stationary object will not move unless it is acted on by an unbalanced force, An object at rest will remain at rest unless it is acted on by a net, external force,
Kinematics the study of motion
Kinematic Equations and Free Fall a free-falling object is an object which is falling under the sole influence of gravity, Free Fall and Air Resistance, Describing Motion with Velocity vs. Time Graphs, Describing Motion with Equations, Describing Motion with Diagrams
Kinematic friction and kinetic energy
Laws of motion
Moments of inertia
Motion Position, Velocity, Acceleration, Graphing Motion, Free fall motion
Motion in one dimension translation, rotation and vibration
Motion in one dimension definitions for displacement, velocity and acceleration
Motion in two dimensions displacement, velocity and acceleration as vectors in two dimensions
Newton's first law: inertial
Newton's Laws 1, Newton's Laws 2
Newton's Laws an object at rest tends to stay at rest and an object in motion tends to stay in motion with the same speed and in the same direction, Newton's First Law, Inertia and Mass, State of Motion, Balanced and Unbalanced Forces, Newton's Second Law, The Big Misconception, Finding Acceleration, Finding Individual Forces, Free Fall and Air Resistance, Newton's Third Law of Motion
Newton second law Newton's second law
Oscillations pdf file, en Franšais
Oscillatory motion
Pendulum and reference frames
Pendulum forces
Precession of a spinning top Precession of a spinning top
Projectile Motion Projectile Motion
Rectilinear motion on a horizontal plane
Right Hand Rule
Rolling disc
Rotating wheel Rotating wheel
Rotational dynamics
Rotational motion using the concepts of centripetal acceleration
Rotational Motion Circular motion, Angular position, Angular velocity, Angular acceleration, Torque, Static Equilibrium, Moment of inertia, Rotational kinetic energy, Angular momentum
Simple harmonic motion
Simple harmonic motion
Simple harmonic motion and resonance motion that repeats in a regular pattern over and over again is called periodic motion
Slant projectile motion
Springs and pendulums
Straight line motion Motion along a straight line, displacement, speed, velocity, acceleration
Torque and rotational motion torque is a measure of how much a force acting on an object causes that object to rotate
Two dimensional motion
Uniform circular motion the motion of an object along a circular path

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