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Longboard physics

by Jonathan Hare
Longboard physics
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 7 years ago | 6322 views
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A few (surprising?) thoughts on how the wheels on a longboard or skateboard actually move.

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The Longboard – speedometer

by Jonathan Hare
The Longboard – speedometer
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 7 years ago | 1505 views
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Jonathan describes his adventures with a longboard and some different methods of making a speedometer for it.

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Oscillations

by Joe Wolfe
Oscillations
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 11 years ago | 1021 views
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Inertia and restoring forces can, with low friction or damping, lead to oscillations and resonance. We analyse the mechanics of vibrations.

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Gravity

by Joe Wolfe
Gravity
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 11 years ago | 1199 views
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The inverse square law explains planetary motion - and apples falling. Newton's law, measuring G, calculating orbits.

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Rotation

by Joe Wolfe
Rotation
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 11 years ago | 1050 views
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Torques produce angular acceleration, moment of inertia 'resists' it. Rotational kinetic energy and angular momentum.

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Momentum

by Joe Wolfe
Momentum
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 11 years ago | 1060 views
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p=mv. If external forces are zero, momentum is conserved. In collisions, energy may be conserved (elastic) or not (inelastic).

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Centre of mass

by Joe Wolfe
Centre of mass
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 11 years ago | 1170 views
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In finite objects, the total external force equals the total mass times the acceleration of a point called the centre of mass.

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Energy and power

by Joe Wolfe
Energy and power
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 11 years ago | 1022 views
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The total work done on an object equals the increase in its kinetic energy. For conservative forces, we can define potential energy.

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Centripetal force – how do we measure it?

by Colin Byfleet
Centripetal force – how do we measure it?
for 14-19 and upwards,
Teaching modules | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 7723 views
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A short video showing a simple classroom method of checking the way in which this force is related to mass, speed and radius.

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Going round in circles – how do we do it?

by Colin Byfleet
Going round in circles – how do we do it?
for 14-19 and upwards,
Teaching modules | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 1348 views
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A presentation showing both the ideas about centripetal force and a simple classroom method of checking the way in which this force is related to mass, speed and radius.

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Weight and contact forces

by Joe Wolfe
Weight and contact forces
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 1342 views
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Carefully distinguish mass and weight. Hooke's law quantifies deformation. Contact forces have normal and frictional components.

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Hardness

by John Murrell
Hardness
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 1695 views
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Life in Space

by Helen Sharman
Life in Space
for 14-19 and upwards,
Discussions | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 1175 views
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Helen Sharman, the UK's first astronaut, gives a vibrant account of her personal experience of life in space using models and film to illustrate the key scientific concepts involved in spaceflight. Among other things she discusses the way Newton's Th....

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Newton’s laws of motion

by Joe Wolfe
Newton’s laws of motion
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 1039 views
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F=ma (laws 1&2). Forces come in pairs that add to zero (3). Newton's laws apply in inertial frames of reference. Some common approximations made in applying them.

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Simple harmonic motion

by Joe Wolfe
Simple harmonic motion
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 1000 views
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In simple harmonic motion, displacement, velocity and acceleration vary sinusoidally with time, but with different phases.

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Circular motion

by Joe Wolfe
Circular motion
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 1477 views
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Uniform circular motion: angular displacement and velocity are introduced and centripetal acceleration is determined.

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Projectile motion

by Joe Wolfe
Projectile motion
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 12 years ago | 943 views
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Motion with uniform acceleration, such as in a uniform gravitational (or electric) field is projectile motion, analysed here with examples.

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Motion with constant acceleration (kinematics)

by Joe Wolfe
Motion with constant acceleration (kinematics)
for 14-19 and upwards,
Lectures | 14-19 and upwards | 13 years ago | 1291 views
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Kinematics quantifies motion without explaining the causes of it. Here we study accelerations that are zero, positive or negative.

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Crater Formation in Sand

by Colin Byfleet
Crater Formation in Sand
for 11-14 and upwards,
Teaching modules | 11-14 and upwards | 13 years ago | 3525 views
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A description and demonstration of the way in which craters formed by dropping objects into sand can be linked to some elementary physics

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A Quantum Gas

by Slobodan Danko Bosanac
A Quantum Gas
for 22 and upwards,
Lectures | 22 and upwards | 13 years ago | 1479 views
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The quantum gas is an extreme state of an ensemble of atoms when their de Broglie wave length is of the same length as the size of the container. The ways of achieving this state are described and also how its temperature is defined.

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