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# Gen Physics I PHYS 2010

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H E0 00 r 9 CT 5 00 H 1 PHYS2010 Exam 3 Review Questions Dr Luttermoser s Class What is torque What is meant by lever arm What are the 2 conditions of equilibrium What is the center of gravity How is it related to the center of mass De ne moment of inertia How are force and mass related to torque and moment of inertia Discuss how the conservation of energy is modi ed with angular motion What is the conservation of angular momentum Note ignore the formation of the solar system section Review the summary of Chapter 8 in the textbook and learn the de nition of all important terms in this chapter Solve Example X l SF Problem 82 torque7 Example X 2 static equilibrium7 Ex ample X 3 SF 835 angular dynamics7 Example X 47 SF 841 rotational kinetic energy7 and Example X 5 moment of inertia and angular momentum from the notes Go over Supplemental Homework Problems 31 SF 8287 static equilibrium7 32 SE 829 and 8307 moment of inertia and torque7 and 33 SF 8467 angular momentum Go over Problem 2 static equilibrium in CAPA Problem Set 3 What are the 3 states of matter What is a plasma What the difference between atoms and molecules What is the internal structure of atoms What de nes the identity of an atom ls H lll possible De ne elasticity7 stress7 and strain What is the elastic modulus Compare and contrast Young s shear7 and bulk moduli How is compressibility measured Relate density to pressure De ne Archimedes7 and Pascal7s principles How does a barometer work and what does it measure What does Bernoullils equation describe What is meant by speci c gravity of a uid In what unit is pressured measured When is a uid ideal Le7 list the 4 conditions which must be true about the uid Discuss the equation of continuity What is a streamline What is the difference between laminar and turbulent ow Describe Bernoulli s equation What conservation law does it describe De ne viscosity What is Poiseuille s law What is the signi cance of the Reynolds number H K D O D 3 DM qgteo 3 OT 3 1 Review the summary of Chapter 9 in the textbook and learn the de nition of all important terms in this chapter Solve Example Xl 1 Youngls modulus Example Xl 2 Pascalls Principle Example Xl 4 SF 936 Archimedesls Principle Example Xl 5 SF 950 Bernoullils equation and Example Xl 6 SF 959 Poiseuillels law from the notes Go over Supplemental Homework Problems 34 SE 917 Pascalls Principle 35 SE 919 Pascalls principle 36 SE 935 Archimedes7 principle 37 SE 941 mass ux 38 SE 960 Poiseuillels law and 39 SE 965 Reynolds number and turbulence Go over Problems 3 Pascalls Principle and 4 Poiseuillels law from CAPA Problem Set 3 What are the 3 temperature scales What is meant by thermal equilibrium What is the 0th Law of Thermodynamics Review the physics of thermal expansion Compare the similarities and differences of internal energy and thermal energy How are each de ned What is the unit of heat energy in the cgs system What is the difference between calorie and Calorie What is meant by the mechanical equivalent of heat De ne calorimetry heat capacity speci c heat heat of fusion and heat of vaporization What is latent heat When is this concept important What are the 3 methods of heat energy transfer and describe each in detail What does the mixing length theory describe Review the summary of Chapters 10 and 11 in the textbook and learn the de nition of all important terms in these chapters Solve Example Xll 1 SF 108 temperature conversion Example Xll 2 SF 1011 thermal expansion Example Xll 3 SF 119 heat energy Example Xll 4 calorime try Example Xll 5 latent heat Example Xll 6 SF 1135 conduction and Example XII 7 SF 1142 radiative transport from the notes Go over Supplemental Homework Problems 310 SE 1013 thermal expansion 311 SE 1112 calorimetry 312 SE 1130 latent heat 313 SE 1134 conduction 314 SE 1145 radiation transport and 315 SE 1148 heat ow Go over Problems 5 thermal expansion 6 temperature conversion 7 calorimetry and 8 radiation transport from CAPA Problem Set 3 H E0 00 r 9 CT 5 00 H 1 PHYS2010 Exam 3 Review Questions Dr Luttermoser s Class What is torque What is meant by lever arm What are the 2 conditions of equilibrium What is the center of gravity How is it related to the center of mass De ne moment of inertia How are force and mass related to torque and moment of inertia Discuss how the conservation of energy is modi ed with angular motion What is the conservation of angular momentum Note ignore the formation of the solar system section Review the summary of Chapter 8 in the textbook and learn the de nition of all important terms in this chapter Solve Example X l SF Problem 82 torque7 Example X 2 static equilibrium7 Ex ample X 3 SF 835 angular dynamics7 Example X 47 SF 841 rotational kinetic energy7 and Example X 5 moment of inertia and angular momentum from the notes Go over Supplemental Homework Problems 31 SF 8287 static equilibrium7 32 SE 829 and 8307 moment of inertia and torque7 and 33 SF 8467 angular momentum Go over Problem 2 static equilibrium in CAPA Problem Set 3 What are the 3 states of matter What is a plasma What the difference between atoms and molecules What is the internal structure of atoms What de nes the identity of an atom ls H lll possible De ne elasticity7 stress7 and strain What is the elastic modulus Compare and contrast Young s shear7 and bulk moduli How is compressibility measured Relate density to pressure De ne Archimedes7 and Pascal7s principles How does a barometer work and what does it measure What does Bernoullils equation describe What is meant by speci c gravity of a uid In what unit is pressured measured When is a uid ideal Le7 list the 4 conditions which must be true about the uid Discuss the equation of continuity What is a streamline What is the difference between laminar and turbulent ow Describe Bernoulli s equation What conservation law does it describe De ne viscosity What is Poiseuille s law What is the signi cance of the Reynolds number H K D O D 3 DM qgteo 3 OT 3 1 Review the summary of Chapter 9 in the textbook and learn the de nition of all important terms in this chapter Solve Example Xl 1 Youngls modulus Example Xl 2 Pascalls Principle Example Xl 4 SF 936 Archimedesls Principle Example Xl 5 SF 950 Bernoullils equation and Example Xl 6 SF 959 Poiseuillels law from the notes Go over Supplemental Homework Problems 34 SE 917 Pascalls Principle 35 SE 919 Pascalls principle 36 SE 935 Archimedes7 principle 37 SE 941 mass ux 38 SE 960 Poiseuillels law and 39 SE 965 Reynolds number and turbulence Go over Problems 3 Pascalls Principle and 4 Poiseuillels law from CAPA Problem Set 3 What are the 3 temperature scales What is meant by thermal equilibrium What is the 0th Law of Thermodynamics Review the physics of thermal expansion Compare the similarities and differences of internal energy and thermal energy How are each de ned What is the unit of heat energy in the cgs system What is the difference between calorie and Calorie What is meant by the mechanical equivalent of heat De ne calorimetry heat capacity speci c heat heat of fusion and heat of vaporization What is latent heat When is this concept important What are the 3 methods of heat energy transfer and describe each in detail What does the mixing length theory describe Review the summary of Chapters 10 and 11 in the textbook and learn the de nition of all important terms in these chapters Solve Example Xll 1 SF 108 temperature conversion Example Xll 2 SF 1011 thermal expansion Example Xll 3 SF 119 heat energy Example Xll 4 calorime try Example Xll 5 latent heat Example Xll 6 SF 1135 conduction and Example XII 7 SF 1142 radiative transport from the notes Go over Supplemental Homework Problems 310 SE 1013 thermal expansion 311 SE 1112 calorimetry 312 SE 1130 latent heat 313 SE 1134 conduction 314 SE 1145 radiation transport and 315 SE 1148 heat ow Go over Problems 5 thermal expansion 6 temperature conversion 7 calorimetry and 8 radiation transport from CAPA Problem Set 3

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