Fluids and Waves with Lab Demonstrations

Course Description

This video lecture series by Prof. Roger Moore from the University of Alberta includes both screencast lectures, as well as comprehensive laboratory experiments to explain a whole range of topics in fluid mechanics and wave motion. The lectures are all offered in HD quality.

Major topics include: elasticity, fluid statics, fluid dynamics, oscillations, and waves.

Fluids and Waves with Lab Demonstrations
Prof. Moore explaining Wave Interference in great detail on the screencast portion of Lecture 27
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Elasticity 1: Stress and Strain (32:23) Play Video
2 Elasticity 2: Young's Modulus (36:45) Play Video
3 Elasticity 3: Moduli of Elasticity (22:40) Play Video
4 Elasticity 4: Elastic Limits (20:19) Play Video
5 Fluid Statics 1: Pressure and Density (12:33) Play Video
6 Fluid Statics 2: Static Pressure (26:15) Play Video
7 Fluid Statics 3: Pressure Gauges (18:41) Play Video
8 Fluid Statics 4: Buoyancy Force (19:32) Play Video
9 Fluid Dynamics 1: Fluid Flow (14:57) Play Video
10 Fluid Dynamics 2: Bernoulli's Equation (25:54) Play Video
11 Fluid Dynamics 3: Viscosity (16:10) Play Video
12 Oscillations 1: Derivation of Simple Harmonic Motion (26:01) Play Video
13 Oscillations 2: SHM Parameters (17:24) Play Video
14 Oscillations 3: Phasors (28:29) Play Video
15 Oscillations 4: Kinematics and Energy (30:58) Play Video
16 Oscillations 5: Pendulums (26:50) Play Video
17 Oscillations 6: Damped Oscillators (34:16) Play Video
18 Oscillations 7: Driven Oscillators (17:53) Play Video
19 Oscillations 8: Resonance (31:56) Play Video
20 Waves 1: Wave Types and Properties (25:28) Play Video
21 Waves 2: The Wave Equation (17:51) Play Video
22 Waves 3: Solving the Wave Equation (26:01) Play Video
23 Waves 4: Waves on a String (29:10) Play Video
24 Waves 5: Acoustic Waves (20:47) Play Video
25 Waves 6: Wave Intensity (13:10) Play Video
26 Waves 7: Superposition (26:04) Play Video
27 Waves 8: Interference (29:41) Play Video
28 Waves 9: Standing Waves (36:37) Play Video
29 Waves 10: The Doppler Effect (22:43) Play Video

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