Agenda Last updated Save as PDF Page ID2450 Contributed by Wendell Potter and David Webb et al.Physics at UC Davis DLs 1 and 2: 5.0: Overview 5.1: Steady-State Energy-Density Model 5.2: Steady-State Energy Density Model Applied to Fluids DLs 3 and 4: 5.3: Steady-State Energy Density Model Applied to Electric Circuit 5.4: Examples of Using the Steady-State Energy Density Model 5.5: Simple Circuit Analysis Techniques 5.6: Extending the Electrical Model DLs 5, 6, and 7: 5.7: The Linear Transport Model 5.8: Exponential Change Model 5.9: Wrap up DLs 8 and 9: 6.0: Overview 6.1: The Galilean Space-Time Model 6.2: The description of motion in the Galilean model 6.3: The Force model 6.4: Balanced Forces 6.5: The Forces We Typically Experience 6.6 : Wrap Up DLs 10 and 11: 7.0: Overview 7.1: (Linear) Momentum Conservation Model 7.2: Applications of Momentum Conservation 7.3: Momentum Conservation Model Summary DLs 12, 13, and 14: 7.4: Angular Momentum Conservation Model 7.5: The Rotational Analogs of Force, Momentum, Mass and Impulse 7.6: Other Angular Counterparts 7.7: Interesting Effects Involving Angular Momentum 7.8: Angular Momentum Conservation Model Summary 7.9: Wrap-up DLs 15, 16, 17, and 18: 8.0: Overview 8.1: The Newtonian Model 8.2: A Special Case: Constant Acceleration 8.3: Another Special Case: Circular Motion 8.4: The Newtonian Model Summary 8.5: Simple Harmonic Motion Model 8.6: The general Solution to the Equation 8.7: Wrap up