The Elements of Statics and Dynamics Part-2

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The Elements of Statics and Dynamics Part-2 consist of brief theory of the chapter along with solved examples and practice exercises. It is useful for school and college students.

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Table of Contents:--
  • 1.  Velocity
  •                Parallelogram of Velocities
  •                 Relative Velocity
  •                 Angular Velocity
  • 2.   Acceleration..
  •                 Parallelogram of Accelerations
  •                 Relations between u, f, v, s, and t.
  •                 Graphic Method
  • 3.   Motion Under Gravity
  •                 Galileo’s Experiment.
  •                 Motion down a smooth inclined plane
  •                 Lines of quickest descent
  • 4.  The Laws of Motion
  •                 The relation P = mf
  •                 Physical Independence of Forces
  •                 Parallelogram of Forces
  • 5.  The Laws of Motion (Continued).
  •           Application to Simple Problems
  •                 Motion of two particles connected by a string.
  •                 Motion on a rough inclined plane
  •                 Atwood’s Machine..
  • 6.  Impulse, Work and Energy.
  •                 Motion of a shot and gun.
  •                 Conservation of Energy
  •                 Motion of the centre of inertia of a system of particles.
  • 7.  Projectiles.
  •                 Range on an inclined plane.
  •                 Theoretical Proof that the path is a parabola.
  •                 Experimental Proof.
  • 8.  Collision of Elastic Bodies.
  •                 Impact on a fixed plane.
  •                 Direct impact of two spheres.
  •                 Oblique impact of two spheres
  •                 Loss of Kinetic Energy by Impact
  • 9.  The Hodograph and Normal Accelerations
  •                 The Conical Pendulum..
  •                 Motion of a railway carriage on a curved portion
  •                 of the railway line.
  •                 Rotating sphere.
  • 10. Motion on a Smooth Curve Under the Action of Gravity.
  •                 Galileo’s Experiment.
  •                 Motion on the outside of a vertical circle.
  •                 Motion in a vertical circle.
  •                 Newton’s Experimental Law.
  • 11.  Simple Harmonic Motion, Pendulums.
  •                 Time of oscillation of a simple pendulum.
  •                 Experimental Verification.
  •                 Determination of g by means of a simple pendulum.
  • 12. Units and Dimensions.
  •           Verification of formulae by means of counting the dimensions.
  •           Table of Dimensions and Values of Fundamental
  •           Quantities.
  • 13.  Vectors.
  •           Miscellaneous Examples.
  •           Answers
ISBN11 9789385966651
Author S.L LONEY
Edition 2016-17
Pages 252
Classes Class 11, Class 12
Exams Regional Ent. Exams-Engg
Subjects Physics
Weight 220gm

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