Wed, 10 Dec 2008 17:42:59 -0800Physics 50 Lectures @ SJSUPeter Beyersdorf
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144144Higher EducationNatural SciencesBeyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUnoReview of Chapters 1-8Peter BeyersdorfWe review midterm #4 as well as chapters 1-8 on vectors, kinematics, projectile motion, Newton's laws, and work and energyhttp://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Review%20of%20chapter%201-8.m4aWed, 10 Dec 2008 17:26:51 -0800Higher Educationno01:20:08Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUReview of chapters 13-16Peter BeyersdorfWe review oscillation and simple harmonic motion, fluid mechanics, waves and sound.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Review%20of%20chapters%2013-16.m4aWed, 03 Dec 2008 16:21:41 -0800Higher Educationno01:14:41Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUDoppler Shift and InterferencePeter BeyersdorfWe look at wave effects for sound including interference and beat notes and the doppler shift caused by a moving listener or source.We look at wave effects for sound including interference and beat notes and the doppler shift caused by a moving listener or source.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Interference%20and%20the%20Doppler%20Shift.m4aMon, 01 Dec 2008 16:40:36 -0800Higher Educationno01:14:00Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUSound and HearingPeter BeyersdorfWe continue to look at mechanical waves, focusing on sound and hearing, specifically the decibel units for sound level.We continue to look at mechanical waves, focusing on sound and hearing, specifically the decibel units for sound level.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Sound%20and%20Hearing_2.m4aWed, 26 Nov 2008 03:32:07 -0800Higher Educationno00:55:51Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUMechanical WavesPeter BeyersdorfWe introduce waves by considering solutions to the wave equations for propagation along a string. We introduce the concepts of superposition and standing waves.We introduce waves by considering solutions to the wave equations for propagation along a string. We introduce the concepts of superposition and standing waves.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Mechanical%20Waves.m4aMon, 24 Nov 2008 15:48:06 -0800Higher Educationno01:09:25Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUFluid DynamicsPeter BeyersdorfWe introduce the continuity equation for mass and volume flow rate and the Bernoulli equation for relating pressure, height and speed of fluid.We introduce the continuity equation for mass and volume flow rate and the Bernoulli equation for relating pressure, height and speed of fluid.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Fluid%20Dynamics.m4aWed, 19 Nov 2008 16:24:40 -0800Higher Educationno01:16:13Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUHydrostaticsPeter BeyersdorfWe introduce density, pressure and the buoyant force and derive Pascal's law for fluids.We introduce density, pressure and the buoyant force and derive Pascal's law for fluids.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Hydrostatics.m4aMon, 17 Nov 2008 16:03:03 -0800Higher Educationno01:11:15Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUPeriodic MotionPeter BeyersdorfWe look at parameters of periodic motion. Specifically we investigate simple harmonic motion and the pendulum.We look at parameters of periodic motion. Specifically we investigate simple harmonic motion and the pendulum.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Periodic%20Motion.m4aWed, 12 Nov 2008 16:00:51 -0800Higher Educationno01:15:31Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUReview of chapters 9-12Peter BeyersdorfReview of angular motion and equilibriumReview of angular motion and equilibriumhttp://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Review%20of%20chapter%209-12.m4aWed, 05 Nov 2008 16:53:43 -0800Higher Educationno01:15:28Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUGravitationPeter BeyersdorfWe look at Newton's law of gravitation and introduce the universal gravitational constant. We also discuss escape velocity and black holes.We look at Newton's law of gravitation and introduce the universal gravitational constant. We also discuss escape velocity and black holes.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Gravitation.m4aMon, 03 Nov 2008 16:14:17 -0800Higher Educationno01:14:22Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUFrictionPeter BeyersdorfWe discuss systems in equilibrium and introduce the frictional force.We discuss systems in equilibrium and introduce the frictional force.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Friction%20and%20Equilibrium.m4aWed, 24 Sep 2008 21:42:30 -0700Higher Educationno01:16:57Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSU, static, kinetic, friction coefficientFree Body DiagramsPeter BeyersdorfWe discuss how to use free body diagrams to solve problems involving forces.We discuss how to use free body diagrams to solve problems involving forces.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Free%20Body%20Diagrams.m4aWed, 17 Sep 2008 17:09:04 -0700Higher Educationno00:43:17Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUNewton's LawsPeter BeyersdorfWe introduce Newton's 3 laws. We introduce Newton's 3 laws. http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Newtons%20Laws.m4aMon, 15 Sep 2008 16:26:09 -0700Higher Educationno00:43:44Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUCircular Motion and Relative VelocityPeter BeyersdorfWe derive the centripetal acceleration of an object moving in circular motion and also discuss the concept of relative motion where an objects velocity is described in a different reference frame than that in which it is desired.We derive the centripetal acceleration of an object moving in circular motion and also discuss the concept of relative motion where an objects velocity is described in a different reference frame than that in which it is desired.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Circular%20Motion%20and%20Relative%20Velocity.m4aWed, 10 Sep 2008 16:45:29 -0700Higher Educationno01:16:37Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUProjectile MotionPeter BeyersdorfWe apply the equations of motion to problems in 2 dimensions.We apply the equations of motion to problems in 2 dimensions.http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Projectile%20Motion.m4aMon, 08 Sep 2008 15:57:21 -0700Higher Educationno01:13:04Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUMotion in 1 dimensionPeter BeyersdorfWe finish our introduction of vectors with an introduction of the dot product and the cross product. We introduce displacement, velocity and acceleration as parameters of motionWe finish our introduction of vectors with an introduction of the dot product and the cross product. We introduce displacement, velocity and acceleration as parameters of motionhttp://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Motion%20in%201%20dimension.m4aWed, 27 Aug 2008 17:03:45 -0700Higher Educationno01:15:14Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSUUnits, Scalars and VectorsPeter BeyersdorfWe look at dimensions and units of physical quantities and discuss the difference between scalars and vectors, as well as introduce vector addition. [note no audio due to technical issues]We look at dimensions and units of physical quantities and discuss the difference between scalars and vectors, as well as introduce vector addition. [note no audio due to technical issues]http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/beyersdorf/Phys50/Units%2C%20Scalars%20and%20Vectors.m4aMon, 25 Aug 2008 16:24:54 -0700Higher Educationno01:12:28Beyrsdorf, Byersdorf, Beiersdorf, SJSU