Torque & Angular Momentum

Video Lectures

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Lecture 1
Torque and Angular Momentum Theory (Part I)
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Torque and Angular Momentum Theory (Part I)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian gives the theory of how torque and angular momentum are defined and distinguishes between the dot and cross product and what each one is used for. (Part 1)
Lecture 2
Torque and Angular Momentum Theory (Part II)
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Torque and Angular Momentum Theory (Part II)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian gives the theory of how torque and angular momentum are defined and distinguishes between the dot and cross product and what each one is used for. (Part 2)
Lecture 3
Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part I)
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Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part I)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use the definition of torque and angular momentum to a rod which is pivoted about some point and a force is applied to it at some distance and angle from that pivot point. (Part 1)
Lecture 4
Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part II)
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Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part II)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use the definition of torque and angular momentum to a rod which is pivoted about some point and a force is applied to it at some distance and angle from that pivot point. (Part 2)
Lecture 5
Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part III)
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Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part III)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use the definition of torque and angular momentum to a rod which is pivoted about some point and a force is applied to it at some distance and angle from that pivot point. (Part 3)
Lecture 6
Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part IV)
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Torque and Angular Momentum: Example I (Part IV)
In this video lecture, Prof. Kiledjian illustrates how to use the definition of torque and angular momentum to a rod which is pivoted about some point and a force is applied to it at some distance and angle from that pivot point. (Part 4)