Rotational Dynamics of Rolling Motion 
Rotational Dynamics of Rolling Motion
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Date Added: December 11, 2016

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Course Index

  1. Intro to Physics
  2. Physics Converting Units
  3. Physics Dimensional Analysis
  4. Trigonometry:Vectors vs Scalars
  5. Trigonometry: Combining Vectors
  6. Trigonometry Decomposing Vectors
  7. Intro to Trig Review
  8. Trig Review & Using Arctan
  9. Using Sine and Cosine
  10. Velocity vs Speed
  11. Motion with Multiple Parts
  12. Intro to Meet/Catch Problems
  13. Vertical Motion & Free Fall
  14. Multiple Parts & Symmetry
  15. Motion in 2D
  16. Intro to Projectile Motion
  17. Launch Up From Height
  18. Finding Initial Velocity in Projectile Motion
  19. Intro to Forces & Newton's Laws
  20. Force Problems with Motion
  21. Forces with Multiple Objects
  22. Weight, Normal, Equilibrium
  23. Equilibrium in Vertical Axis
  24. Force Problems with Vertical Acceleration
  25. Forces in Horizontal Plane
  26. 2D Equilibrium Problems
  27. Overview of Friction
  28. Static & Kinetic Friction
  29. Static Friction & Equilibrium
  30. Intro to Inclined Planes
  31. Intro to Incline Plane with Friction
  32. Incline with Friction & Critical Angle
  33. Forces in Connected Objects
  34. Intro to Springs
  35. Intro to Circular Motion
  36. Intro to Centripetal Forces
  37. Flat Curve
  38. Universal Law of Gravitation
  39. Satellite Motion & Circular Orbit
  40. Intro to Energy & Types of Energy
  41. Work Done by a Constant Force
  42. Zero Work, Negative Work & Work by Friction
  43. Work Done by Gravity
  44. Work on Inclined Planes
  45. Work by Variable Forces & Springs
  46. Calculating Net Work
  47. The Work Energy Theorem
  48. Conservation of Total Energy
  49. Conservation of Mechanical Energy
  50. The Conservation of Energy Equation
  51. Using the Energy Equation Example 1
  52. Non Conservative Problems Example 1 2
  53. Energy with Resistive Forces Example 1
  54. Energy Problems in Inclines Example 1
  55. Energy in Curved Paths Example 1
  56. Gravitational Energy is Relative Pendulums
  57. Energy Problems with Bumps Part A
  58. Energy in Connected Objects Example 1
  59. Projectile Motion with Energy Example 1
  60. Energy in Horizontal Springs Example
  61. Energy in Vertical Springs Example 1
  62. Conservative Forces are Path Independent
  63. Intro to Momentum
  64. Impulse & Impulse Momentum Theorem
  65. Momentum & Impulse Example
  66. Momentum & Impulse in 2D
  67. Impulse with Variable Forces
  68. Total Momentum of a System
  69. Push Away Problems
  70. More Push Away Problems Example 1
  71. Push Away With Energy Example
  72. Types of Collisions
  73. Inelastic Collisions Example 1
  74. Elastic Collisions Example
  75. 2D Collisions Example 1
  76. Intro to Collisions with Motion
  77. Collisions & Motion Finding Initial Velocity
  78. Collisions with Pendulums Example 1
  79. Rotational Position & Displacement
  80. Displacement in Multiple Revolutions
  81. Rotational Velocity & Acceleration
  82. Equations of Rotational Motion
  83. Converting Between Linear & Rotational
  84. Types of Acceleration in Rotation
  85. Practice Radial acceleration of point mass
  86. Rolling Motion Free Wheels
  87. Intro to Connected Wheels
  88. Example Speed of pulleys of different radii
  89. Intro to Moment of Inertia
  90. Example Inertia of planet of known density
  91. Example:Inertia of disc with point masses
  92. Moment of Inertia & Mass Distribution
  93. Intro to Rotational Kinetic Energy
  94. Example Mass of re designed flywheel
  95. Types of Motion & Energy
  96. Energy of Rolling Motion (Surface vs Air)
  97. Example: Ratio of energies of cylinder on surface
  98. Conservation of Energy with Rotation
  99. Example: Which shape reaches bottom first
  100. How to Solve: Energy vs Torque
  101. Example: Speed of blocks on a pulley Atwood's Machine
  102. Example: Speed of a yo yo
  103. Conservation of Energy in Rolling Motion
  104. Example: Sphere on rough and smooth hills
  105. Intro to Torque
  106. Net Torque & Sign of Torque
  107. Torque Due to Weight
  108. Torque on Discs & Pulleys
  109. Example Net Torque on a disc
  110. Torque & Acceleration Rotational Dynamics
  111. Torque with Kinematic Equations
  112. Example: Force to accelerate a rotating system
  113. Rotational Dynamics with Two Motions
  114. Example: Acceleration of block on a pulley
  115. Rotational Dynamics of Rolling Motion
  116. Torque & Equilibrium
  117. Torque & Equilibrium: Example: Pin holding a horizontal bar
  118. Equilibrium with Multiple Objects: Example: Position of second kid on seesaw
  119. Equilibrium with Multiple Objects: Example: Multiple objects hanging
  120. Equilibrium with Multiple Supports
  121. Center of Mass & Simple Balance
  122. Equilibrium in 2D Ladder Problems
  123. Beam Shelf Against a Wall
  124. Example Beam supporting an object
  125. Intro to Angular Momentum
  126. Angular Momentum of a Point Mass
  127. Angular Momentum of Objects in Linear Motion
  128. Angular Momentum & Newton's Second Law
  129. Conservation of Angular Momentum
  130. Conservation of Angular Momentum: Example: Ice skater closes her arms
  131. Opening/ Closing Arms on Rotating Stool: Example: Holding weights on a spinning stool
  132. Spinning on String of Variable Length: Example: Spinning on a string of variable length
  133. Intro to Angular Collisions (Two discs)
  134. Jumping Into/Out of Moving Disc: Example: Jumping into a moving disc

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