# Introductory Physics YouTube Videos, lectures, problems

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The website physics.gpclements.com has annotated lists of YouTube videos for both semesters of introductory physics. The lecture videos follow the order in the OpenStax Physics textbook. The level is suitable for high school and college students. There is a short (15 minutes or so) lecture for each topic and example problems that are worked out step by step. The site also lists a few calculus level physics videos. There is no charge for viewing the YouTube videos.

Material Type: Full Course, Homework/Assignment, Lecture

# Reading Guides for OpenStax College Physics

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This resource consists of two .zip files that have reading guides for the College Physics textbook at openstax.org. Each zip file has Word documents for the standard first and second semester set of topics for a year-long freshman level college physics course. The reading guides summarize the key points, provide extra explanations, and pose questions for the student. The reading guides were written for the first edition of the textbook. Permission is granted for free use and editing of the reading guides.

Material Type: Full Course, Lecture Notes, Student Guide

# A perspective of OER in developing countries

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Open Educational Resources Movement (in short OERM) has diverse implications on developing societies.

Author: Sunil Kumar Singh

# Resultant motion

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Motion of an object in another moving medium can be analyzed using concepts of either resultant velocity or relative velocity.

Author: Sunil Kumar Singh

# Rolling along an incline

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Rolling along an incline is an accelerated rolling due to the force of gravity acting through center of mass.

Author: Sunil Kumar Singh

# Rolling along an incline (check your understanding)

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Objective questions, contained in this module with hidden solutions, help improve understanding of the topics covered under the module "Rolling along an incline".

Author: Sunil Kumar Singh

# Rolling as pure rotation

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Rolling motion is equivalent to pure rotation about the axis at the point of contact, which is parallel to central axis.

Author: Sunil Kumar Singh

# Working with moving pulleys

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Conception of relative acceleration renders analysis of a moving pulley system equivalent to that of a static pulley system.

Author: Sunil Kumar Singh

# Mechanics Map Open Mechanics Textbook

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Open textbook in statics and dynamics for engineering undergraduates. Covers particles and rigid bodies (extended bodies), structures (trusses), simple machines, kinematics, and kinetics, as well as introductory vibrations. Includes text, videos, images, and worked examples (written and video).

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Play with a bar magnet and coils to learn about Faraday's law. Move a bar magnet near one or two coils to make a light bulb glow. View the magnetic field lines. A meter shows the direction and magnitude of the current. View the magnetic field lines or use a meter to show the direction and magnitude of the current. You can also play with electromagnets, generators and transformers!

Material Type: Simulation

# OpenStax College Physics Reading Quizzes

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Multiple Choice, Mulitple Select, and True/False Questions covering sections of OpenStax College Physics Text.  These were designed to be for Reading QuizzesFor a copy of the answers, contact the author: Catherine Whiting at cwhiting@coloradomesa.edu

Material Type: Assessment

Author: Catherine Whiting

# Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics

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This open book aims to help students develop a fundamental understanding of classical thermodynamics and its engineering applications. It features concise explanations of key concepts, step-by-step engineering examples, and interactive practice problems at the end of each section. It is most suitable for a one-term, introductory engineering thermodynamics course at the undergraduate level. It may also be used as self-learning materials or a supplement to other thermodynamics books. The book is licensed under a CC-BY-NC-SA license.

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Author: Claire Yu Yan