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All classic physics subjects are included: mechanics and
electromagnetism. Quantum physics is not included.

Physics homework or problems to solve are detailed as
exposed for the following themes:

MECHANICS:  EXERCISES SOLUTIONS

Measurements and units of length, time and mass.
Standards, reference systems, International System or IS.

ONE DIMENSIONAL KINEMATICS:
Free fall, velocity, acceleration, change of units,
displacement, speed, instantaneous and average velocity,
uniformly accelerated movement, vectors and scalars,
reference frames.

TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONAL KINEMATICS:
Vectors, relative velocity, projectiles.

DYNAMICS, FORCE:
Weight, mass. First, Second and Third Newton's Laws;
friction, inclined planes.

CIRCULAR MOTION: angular velocity, angular
acceleration, dynamics and kinematics of uniform
circular motion.

GRAVITATION: Kepler's laws, satellites, tides.
Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation.

WORK, ENERGY: conservation of energy law,
potential and kinetic energy, energy transformations,
power, solution to frictional forces problems, mechanic
energy conservation, work-kinetic energy theorem,
conservative forces.

LINEAR MOMENTUM: mass center, collisions, impulse,
conservation of momentum, elastic and inelastic
collisions.

ROTATION: torque, rotational kinetic energy, angular
quantities, conservation of angular motion.

STATIC, EQUILIBRIUM: levers, pulleys, stability
equilibrium conditions.

FLUIDS: pressure, density, specific weight,
atmospheric pressure, manometric pressure,
Bernoulli's equation, Pascal Principle; continuity
equation, pumps, Archimides Principle, flotability.

VIBRATIONS, OSCILLATORY MOVEMENT: simple and
compound pendulum, simple harmonic motion (SAM),
waves; period, refraction, reflection, diffraction;
resonance, stationary waves.

SOUND:  timbre, amplitude, interference, intensity,
Doppler effect.

THERMODYNAMIC EXERCISES, SOLUTIONS

Zero law of thermodynamics, thermometers, Celsius
scale, constant volume gas thermometer,
Fahrenheit scale, absolute scale, thermal expansion
in solids and liquids.

KINETIC THEORY: ideal gas law, molecular model,
specific molar heat and adiabatic process in ideal gases.

FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS, HEAT: specific heat,
heat transmission: radiation, conduction and convection;
energy transfer, internal energy, heat meters, mechanical
equivalent of heat.

SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS: reversible and
irreversible process, Carnot Cycle, entropy.

ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM, EXERCISES SOLUTIONS

ELECTRIC FIELDS: electric charges, insulators and
conductors, Coulomb's law, electric field in a continuos
distribution of charge.

GAUSS LAW: electric flux, uses for insulators
and conductors

ELECTRIC POTENTIAL: potential difference, potential
energy, electric potential produced by point charges
and by continuos charge distributions.

CAPACITY AND DIELECTRICS: serial and parallel connexion
of capacitors, stored energy.

CURRENT AND RESISTANCE: Ohm's law, resistance
and temperature

CONTINUOS CURRENT CIRCUITS: electromotive force,
series and parallel resistors, Kirchoff's laws.

MAGNETIC FIELDS: magnetic force over a conductor,
magnetic force over a charged particle in a magnetic
field, Hall effect, Biot-Savart's law, Ampere's law,
magnetic flux, Gauss' law and the magnetism.

induction, Lenz law, induced emf. Inductance:
self inductance, RL circuit, energy in a magnetic field,
oscillations in a LC circuit.

ALTERNATING CURRENT: fasors, resistors, capacitors and
inductors in alternating current circuits, RLC circuit resonance.

ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES: Maxwell equations, energy
carried by electromagnetic waves.

LIGHT AND OPTICS: EXERCISES, SOLUTIONS

Light nature, reflection, refraction, Huygens principle,
dispersion and prisms, Fermat's principle. Geometrical
optics: images formed by mirrors and by refraction, thin
lenses. Light waves interference. Diffraction and polarization,
diffraction in a narrow slit.

RELATIVITY EXERCISES, SOLUTIONS
Einstein relativity principle. Lorentz's transformation
equations, momentum and relativistic energy, mass-energy
equivalence.
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