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Powerpoint Description:This slideshow covers: rotational forces, turning moments and torques, balancing seesaws, Newton's 1st Law and angular equilibrium, balancing a bridge, non-perpendicular forces, angular speed and acceleration, graphs of angular motion, equations for angular motion, Newton's 2nd law in angles, moments of inertia, rotational kinetic energy, rolling a ball down a slope, conservation of momentum applied to angular motion, torque-time graphs, phase changes for ice, internal energy, particle motion in gases, doing work to a gas, the First Law of Thermodynamics, Boyle's Law, pressure-volume graphs, adiabatic expansion, cyclic processes, heat engines, efficiency of a heat engine, Carnot cycles, theoretical efficiency, entropy, the Second Law of Thermodynamics (including Clausius and Kelvin-Plank statements), density, pressure, hydrostatic equilibrium, pressure in fluids, upthrust, hydraulic systems, ideal fluids, the Continuity Equation, the Bernoulli Equation, Bernoulli's Principle, pitot tubes, venturi tubes, laminar and turbulent flow, terminal velocity in fluids, Stoke's Law, the Reynolds Number, SHM, free vs forced oscillations, resonance, damping, underdamping, overdamping and critically damping, the Q factor.
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