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Everyday Physics
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1. Gallons per minute (gpm)  liters/s  cubic feet per minute (cfm) or m^3/s
the pressure of liquids _____ when it goes faster
ultrasound
Torque
volume fluid flow rate
2. You cant get as much out as you put in
period p of a mass m oscillating on a horizontal spring of force constant k
Mechanics
Engine efficiency cannot be 100%
Thermal conductivity
3. Velocity squared / radius
Centripedal acceleration=
Stable structures
Rotational inertia (moment of inertia)
measure of density
4. The force that brings a system back to equilibrium
Emissive
Conservation of energy
restoring force
Thermodynamics
5. 1.25 kg/m^3
period of a pendulum T of length L
volume fluid flow rate
density of air
pressure does what when depth is increased
6. You cant get as much out as you put in
wave
volume fluid flow rate formula
order of states of matter stronger to lesser forces between atoms
Engine efficiency cannot be 100%
7. The energy that flows from one system to another because of their temperature difference.
Heat
Second law of thermodynamics
Fluid force
continuity
8. An object that is thrown or struck or shot and then travels under the influence of gravity
Convection
Projectile
Frequency
mass flow rate formula
9. You can't get more work out than the energy you put in
Mechanics
Conservation of energy
velocity through a medium
pressure does what when depth is increased
10. 100 000 n/m^2
density of water
pressure at depth h
Time for an object thrown to reach maximum height
atmospheric pressure (atm)
11. 25%
The US uses how much of the total world energy consumption?
Condition for stability
Torque
Mechanics
12. Speed of light / wavelength
definition of Bernoulii's equation
Kepler
frequency of light
Acceleration
13. If energy is transferred and the internal energy of system B decreases by some amount then the internal energy of system A must incrase by the same amount.
Equilibrium
Heat
volume fluid flow rate
First Law of thermodynamics
14. New theory that explained behavior at the atomic level
Quantum mechanics
pressure at depth h
velocity through a medium
Condition for stability
15. 11 000 kg/m^3
Energy of motion (kinetic energy)
density of lead
Torque
Wavelength
16. The heat needed to raise the temperature of 1 pound of water by 1 degree F
Acceleration
1 BTU
viscosity
c=3x10^8 m/s
17. The first to do experimental studies of the laws of motion and was Imprisoned by Pope Urban VIII in 1633 for advocating the Copernican theory  also know as the heliocentric theory  that the earth was a planet revolving around the sun.
Galileo
mechanical wave
Condition for stability
Conservation of energy
18. The total disorder of an object
First Law of thermodynamics
atmospheric pressure (atm)
entropy
Convection
19. Current x voltage energy/time (joules per second)
Brahe
measure of density
Power (watts)
Rotational inertia (moment of inertia)
20. Voltage / current
Resistance
Heat capacity equation
Equilibrium
Engine efficiency cannot be 100%
21. 2p x square root L/g
atmospheric pressure (atm)
period of a pendulum T of length L
Engine efficiency cannot be 100%
density of water
22. The level stays the same
Thermodynamics
when ice in water melts what happens?
amplitude
the pressure of liquids _____ when it goes faster
23. 2p x square root L/g
period of a pendulum T of length L
density of water
Centripedal acceleration=
Stable
24. Wrote Principia in 1687. Made the 3 laws of mechanics and law of gravity. He also invented calculus.
Newton
pressure at depth h
atmospheric pressure (atm)
wavelength
25. If the temperature of system A is less then the temperature of system B then heat flows from B to A (hot to cold)
infrasound
Second law of thermodynamics
Distance traveled
Centripedal acceleration=
26. The center of an object
Center of gravity (CG)
Velocity=
Conduction
definition of Bernoulii's equation
27. T^4
Pressure=
entropy
Thermal radiation
First Law of thermodynamics
28. Speed of light / wavelength
frequency of light
Thermal conductivity
Internal energy
Momentum
29. 10 m/s^2
Aristotle
Acceleration due to gravity on the earth
Center of gravity (CG)
wavelength
30. P(P2P1)D^4/128Ln n=fluid's viscosity
the pressure of liquids _____ when it goes faster
Flow through a pipe
Radiation
Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit
31. Initial velocity = acceleration x time
Present velocity
Thermodynamics
Second law of thermodynamics
frequency of light
32. Change in velocity / time
Acceleration
entropy
Velocity=
pressure depends on
33. The amount of heat that is required to raise the temperature of one g of a substance by 1 degree C.
Physics
Heat capacity (specific heat)
when ice in water melts what happens?
pressure does what when depth is increased
34. Fbottom=Ftop+mg where mg is the weight of the volume
Why does something move?
Newton
static fluid formula
atmospheric pressure (atm)
35. A disturbance that propagates through a medium
infrasound
volume fluid flow rate
1 BTU
mechanical wave
36. The study of how objects behave (from the very tiny to the very big  and from the beginning of the Universe to its ultimate fate).
Momentum
Physics
Mechanics
Heat capacity (specific heat)
37. If the CG is above the edge  the object will not fall
Condition for stability
mechanical wave
Heat capacity (specific heat)
Net force
38. Decreases
incoming and outgoing flow rate formula
the pressure of liquids _____ when it goes faster
Projectile
Equilibrium
39. Heat into system  work done by system
Change in internal energy
Thermal radiation
Second law of thermodynamics
Heat capacity (specific heat)
40. Distance traveled / time
atmospheric pressure (atm)
wave
Why does something move?
Velocity=
41.
Energy of motion (kinetic energy)
entropy
density of air
Stable structures
42. If the temperature of system A is less then the temperature of system B then heat flows from B to A (hot to cold)
Quantum mechanics
Mechanics
Second law of thermodynamics
Conduction
43. 1 / period (time)
Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius
Kepler
Frequency
atmospheric pressure (atm)
44. Heat is carried from place to place by the bulk movement of either liquids or gasses
Physics
Galileo
Convection
ultrasound
45. 18600 miles/sec
Momentum
Speed of light
Torque
Newton
46. Initial velocity = acceleration x time
Newton's Second Law
Present velocity
Thermal conductivity
Heat capacity (specific heat)
47. C / f
viscosity
Wavelength
Center of gravity (CG)
Radiation
48.
Voltage
Distance traveled
Center of gravity (CG)
ultrasound
49. Tube cross section area A  flow speed u vfr= u x A (m/s x m^2)
Heat capacity (specific heat)
Energy of motion (kinetic energy)
Power (watts)
volume fluid flow rate formula
50. Work done / heat in
Engine efficiency
velocity through a medium
measurement of pressure
density of air