Course introduction by Dr. Walter Lewin to 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Lewin, then Prof. Lewin, at MIT. This video was ... Fallow us!
367 VistasClassical Mechanics, in spite of all of its impressive predictive power, fails to explain many microscopic behaviors. This led to the development of Quantum ... Fallow us!
296 VistasThis lecture is an introduction to kinematics which ultimately leads (in Lecture 4) to trajectories in 3 dimensions. This lecture is of 8.01 Physics I: Classical ... Fallow us!
310 VistasThis lecture is about vectors and how to add, subtract, decompose and multiply vectors. Decomposing vectors in 2 (or 3) dimensions is a key conc t that will be ... Fallow us!
246 VistasAngular momentum (a vector) is introduced. The rate of change of angular momentum is related to the torque (also a vector). In the absence of an external ... Fallow us!
271 VistasThis lecture deals exclusively with frictional forces. This lecture is of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Walter Lewin at MIT. Fallow us!
288 VistasThis lecture reviews selected concepts previously covered in lectures 16 through 24. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Walter Lewin at MIT. T...
270 VistasThis lecture reviews selected concepts previously covered in lectures 6 through 15. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Walter Lewin at MIT. Th...
262 VistasConcepts covered in this lecture include gases and incompressible liquids, Pascal's Principle, hydrostatic and barometric pressure. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanic...
305 VistasThe momentum of individual objects can change in a variety of ways. The rocket equation was derived and discussed. Demonstration of impulse and impact time courtesy of Dr. Peter Dourmashkin, MIT. Th...
342 VistasElasticity and Young's Modulus. The fractional length deformation of a material (the strain) depends on the force per unit area (the stress). The stress vs. strain dependence is described con...
435 VistasThis lecture reviews selected topics previously covered in lectures 1 through 5. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Walter Lewin at MIT. This ...
316 VistasThis lecture covers resistive forces such as air drag. It includes the viscous (linear in velocity) and pressure (quadratic in velocity) terms. Quantitative demonstrations with balloons and with ball ...
245 VistasThis lecture deals exclusively with frictional forces. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I: Classical Mechanics, as taught in Fall 1999 by Dr. Walter Lewin at MIT. This video was formerly hosted ...
266 VistasConcepts covered in this lecture begin with the restoring force of a spring (Hooke's Law) which leads to an equation of motion that is characteristic of a simple harmonic oscillator (SHO). Us...
245 VistasThe concepts introduced are: work, conservative forces, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy, and Newton's law of universal gravitation. This lecture is part of 8.01 Physics I...
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