General Physics for Engineering (1) 102
Course description: Units, Dimensions, and Motion in One Dimension, Base and Derived Units, Definition of SI Units, Scalar and Vector Quantities, Components of a Vector, Unit Vectors, Dimensional Anal ...


Ch1: Units, Dimensions, and Motion in One Dimension
 Introduction 02:27
 SI System, Conversion of Units, Base and derived quantities 16:06
 Homogeneous equations, Dimensional Analysis, Prefixes 11:38
 Significant figures 1 16:26
 Vectors 1 11:19
 Vectors: Some Properties of Vectors 11:58
 Perpendicular Vectors 07:23
 Motion in One Dimension 05:40
 Instantaneous Velocity, Acceleration 04:43
 Motion Diagrams, VelocityTime Graph, Kinematic Equations 10:16
 Free Fall 02:57
 Addition and subtraction with significant figures 15:26
 Multiplying and dividing with significant figures 05:59
 Significant Figures: further explanation 04:32
 Significant Figures: summary 04:09
 Graph of Displacement Vs. Time (1) 07:51
 Graph of Displacement Vs. Time (2) 09:34
 Graph Of Displacement Vs. Time (3) 06:46
 Exercise 1 05:33
 Exercise 2 10:26
 Exercise 3 14:12
 Exercise 4 22:23
 Exercise 5: Significant figures 19:32
 Exercise 6 10:32
 Phys 102: A Guide to the Course 08:03
 Exercise 7 07:03
 Exercise 8 02:16
 Exercise 9 04:37
 Exercise 10 07:10

Ch2: Motion in Two Dimensions and The Laws of Motion
 Introduction 05:02
 Components of a Vector 15:35
 Unit Vectors 09:15
 Vectors: Exercise 1 06:11
 Vectors: Exercise 2 08:55
 Vectors: Exercise 3 (adding vectors algebraically) 05:45
 The Position, Velocity, and Acceleration Vectors 19:34
 Projectile motion 07:17
 Projectile motion: Time of Flight 09:59
 Projectile Motion: Range and Maximum Height 15:57
 Projectile motion: Exercise 1 07:46
 Projectile motion: Exercise 2 09:52
 Projectile motion: Exercise 3 05:46
 Projectile motion: Exercise 4 03:20
 Uniform Circular Motion 14:34
 The Concept of Force 16:46
 Newton’s First Law 25:18
 Newton’s Second Law 16:16
 Newton’s Third Law 22:20
 Gravitational Force and Weight, Universal Gravitational 08:30
 Forces of Friction 11:17
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Ch4: Momentum and Impulse

Ch5: Rotational Motion, and Oscillatory Motion

Ch6: Motion in Two Dimension

Ch7: Static Equilibrium and Elasticity

Ch8: Fluid Mechanics

Ch9: Heat and the First Law

Ch10: The Principle of Thermodynamics

Ch11: Heat Engines, Entropy, and the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics

Ch12: Heat Engines, Entropy, and the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics

Introduction

Ch1: Units, Dimensions, and Motion in One Dimension
 Course description: Units, Dimensions, and Motion in One Dimension, Base and Derived Units, Definition of SI Units, Scalar and Vector Quantities, Components of a Vector, Unit Vectors, Dimensional Analysis, Motion in One Dimension, Displacement, Average and Instantaneous Velocity, Average and Instantaneous Acceleration, The Concept of Force, Newton’s First Law, Mass, Newton’s Second Law, The Gravitational Force and Weight, Newton’s Third Law, Forces of Friction, Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation, Energy, Power, Work, Dot Product, Kinetic Energy And WorkEnergy Theorem, Gravitational Potential Energy, Spring Potential Energy, Elastic Potential Energy, Momentum, Impulse, Impulse–Momentum Theorem, Rotational Motion Under Constant Angular Acceleration, Oscillatory Motion, Angular Frequency, Rotating wheel, Torque, Cross Product, Periodic Motion, Motion of a SpringMass System, Simple Harmonic Motion, Period, Energy of the SHM Oscillator, Simple Pendulum, Motion in Two Dimension, Freely Falling Objects, Position and Displacement, Average Velocity and Instantaneous Velocity, Average Acceleration and Instantaneous Acceleration, Projectile Motion, Uniform circular motion, Static Equilibrium and Elasticity, Stress, Strain, Modulus of Elasticity, Young’s modulus, Shear modulus, Bulk modulus, Fluid Mechanics, Density, Pressure, Variation of Pressure with Depth, Pressure Measurements, Buoyant ForcesArchimedes Principle, Equation of Continuity for Fluids, Bernoulli's Equation, Boyle’s law, Surface Tension, Viscosity, Heat and the First Law, Temperature, Heat, Thermal Equilibrium, Thermometers, Thermal scales, Thermal expansion, Energies: Thermal and Internal Energy, Thermal Capacity, Specific Heat Capacity, Latent Heat, Energy Heat mechanisms, The Principle of Thermodynamics, Macroscopic Description of an Ideal Gas, Work and Heat in Thermodynamic Processes, The First Law of Thermodynamics, Some Applications of the First Law of Thermodynamics, The Kinetic theory of Gases (Molar Specific Heat of an Ideal Gas, Adiabatic Processes for an Ideal Gas), Heat Engines, Entropy, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, Heat Engines and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, Heat Pumps and Refrigerators, Reversible and Irreversible Processes, Carnot Engine, Entropy, Changes in Entropy for Thermodynamic Systems, Entropy and the Second Law.

Bachelor's degree in Physics and Astronomy from King Saud University, excellent with class honors. Achievement: Undergraduate Research Project Award, Physics & Astronomy Dept.  KSU: FIRST PLACE Undergraduate Research Project  Poster Award, College of Science  KSU: THIRD PLACE

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