كتاب أساسيات الفيزياء للهندسة والعلوم


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كتاب أساسيات الفيزياء للهندسة والعلوم

كتاب أساسيات الفيزياء للهندسة والعلوم

Foundation of Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Volume I: Mechanics, Heat and Sound

Ali R. Fazely

الوصف:

Description

The genesis behind writing a textbook in calculus-based physics stemmed from the fact that most existing textbooks are too detailed and voluminous. In writing this book, the author has minimized inconsequential details and only concentrated on physics concepts. The balance among different components of the book was also paramount. The author has avoided citing too many unwarranted examples and homework problems which create a fatigue environment for the student. This book provides an excellent foundation in physics for the students majoring in science and engineering.


المحتويات:

Content

1. Physical Measurement and Units 1.1. The International System of Units (SI)

1.2. SI Unit of Mass
1.3. Atomic Mass Unit
1.4. SI Unit of Time
1.5. Problems

2.Scalars and Vectors 2.1. Physics a Mathematical Science

2.2. Vector Addition and Subtraction
2.3. The Component Method
2.4. Unit Vectors and Representations
2.5. Vector Multiplications
2.6. Problems


3. Motion in One Dimension 3.1. Position and Displacement

3.2. Velocity
3.3. Acceleration and Deceleration
3.4. Time Independent Relations
3.5. Free Fall in Vacuum
3.6. Problems

4. Motion in Two and Three Dimensions 4.1. Position and Displacement

4.2. Motion in a Plane
4.3. Circular Motion
4.4. Frequency and Period
4.5. Problems


5. Force and Dynamics 5.1. Newton’s First Law

5.2. Newton’s Second Law
5.3. Newton’s Third Law
5.4. Weight
5.5. Elastic Force
5.6. Friction and Dissipative Forces
5.7. Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion, The Centripetal Force
5.8. Problems

6. Work, Energy and Conservation of Energy 6.1. Variable Force

6.2. Conservation of Energy
6.3. Problems


7. Momentum, Impulse and Conservation of Momentum 7.1. Center of Mass

7.2. Newton’s Second Law, revisited
7.3. Impulse
7.4. Conservation of Momentum
7.5. Scattering
7.6. Problems

8. Rotation 8.1. Angular Displacement

8.2. Angular Velocity
8.3. Angular Acceleration
8.4. Torque
8.5. Angular Momentum
8.6. Newton’s Second Law in rotational motion
8.7. Angular Momentum, Rotational Kinetic Energy and the Moment of Inertia
8.8. Calculation of Moment of Inertia
8.9. Conservation of Angular Momentum
8.10. Problems


9. Statics and Elasticity 9.1. Static Equilibrium

9.2. Center of Gravity
9.3. Elasticity
9.4. Modulus of Elasticity
9.5. Elasticity and Plasticity
9.6. Problems

10. Gravity 10.1. Gravity and Newton’s Second Law

10.2. Gauss’s Law of Gravity
10.3. Gravitational Potential
10.4. Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion
10.5. Orbits of Planets, Spaceships and Satellites
10.6. Problems


11. Oscillations 11.1. Simple Harmonic Motion

11.2. The Simple Pendulum
11.3. Problems

12. Fluid Mechanics 12.1. Density

12.2. Pressure
12.3. Fluid Dynamics
12.4. Problems


13. Wave Mechanics 13.1. Longitudinal and Transverse Waves

13.2. Frequency, Period and Wavelength
13.3. Wave Velocity
13.4. Vibrating String
13.5. The Wave Equation
13.6. Solution to the Wave Equation
13.7. Power and Intensity of Waves
13.8. Interference, Standing Waves and Resonances
13.9. Problems

14. Sound 14.1. Sound Waves

14.2. Speed of Sound
14.3. Intensity of Sound
14.4. Beat
14.5. The Doppler Effect
14.6. Problems


15. Heat and Thermodynamics 15.1. Temperature

15.2. Units of Temperature
15.3. The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
15.4. Thermal Expansion
15.5. Heat
15.6. Heat Conduction
15.7. Heat and Work
15.8. First Law of Thermodynamics
15.9. Problems

16. The Kinetic Theory of Gases 16.1. Mole and the Avogadro’s Number

16.2. Ideal Gas
16.3. Temperature and Pressure of Gases
16.4. Kinetic Energy of Gases
16.5. Adiabatic Processes
16.6. Problems


17. Entropy and Second Law of Thermodynamics 17.1. Reversible and

Irreversible Processes
17.2. Enthalpy and Latent Heat
17.3. Carnot Cycle
17.4. Problems

الحجم: 5.71 م.ب.

عدد الصفحات: 502 صفحة.


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