S.N. | TOPIC | CONTENT(S) | LINK TO CONTENTS |
STATUS |
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T-001 | Units-1 | fundamental units | LXI-001 | Free |
T-002 | Units-2 | derived units and prefixes | LXI-002 | Paid |
T-003 | Units-3 | additional units | LXI-003 | Paid |
T-004 | Units-4 | additional read on fundamental units...meter, gram | LXI-004 | Paid |
T-005 | Units-5 | additional read on fundamental units...seconds | LXI-005 | Paid |
T-006 | Dimensions-1 | Dimensional analysis, dimensional homogeneity, the algebra of dimensionality | LXI-006 | Free |
T-007 | Dimensions-2 | basic physical quantities, mechanical physical quantities (derived), electrical physical quantities (derived), some important facts, dimensionless quantities | LXI-007 | Paid |
T-008 | VECTORS/ SCALARS-1 |
Definition of Scalars, Definitionof Vectors,Vector Addition, Vector addition is similar to arithmetic addition, We express vectors in component form | LXI-008 | Paid |
T-009 | VECTORS/ SCALARS-2 |
Multiplying Vectors, scalar product (or dot product), vector product (or cross product), Right hand rule | LXI-009 | Paid |
T-010 | KINEMATICS-1 | Motion, Distance & Displacement, Speed, Average & Instantaneous Speed, Velocity, Average & Instantaneous Velocity,Velocity in terms of its scalar components | LXI-010 | Free |
T-011 | KINEMATICS-2 | Acceleration, Acceleration-an explanation, Acceleration in terms of its scalar components, Rectilinear motion, Equations of Motion, Velocity-Time equation, Displacement -Time equation, Velocity-Displacement equation, Calculus Derivations of equations | LXI-011 | Paid |
T-012 | KINEMATICS-3 | Falling Bodies | LXI-012 | Paid |
T-013 | KINEMATICS-4 | Projectile | LXI-013 | Paid |
T-014 | KINEMATICS-5 | Case of a particle moving at a constant speed in the circular path, Displacement triangle, Velocity triangle, Centripetal acceleration, Particle moving at non constant speed in a circular path | LXI-014 | Paid |
T-015 | NEWTON'S LAWS-1 | Newton's First Principle, Newton's Second Principle | LXI-015 | Paid |
T-016 | NEWTON'S LAWS-2 | Newton's Third Principle, Momentum, Momentum & Newton's Second principle, Impulse | LXI-016 | Paid |
T-017 | WORK, ENERGY, POWER-1 | Work, Joule | LXI-017 | Paid |
T-018 | WORK, ENERGY, POWER-2 | Energy, Kinetic Energy-Definition, Derivation of expression for the kinetic energy of a particle EK =1/2mv^{2}, Derivation of k.e. energy expression....alternate description, Calculus Derivation of K.E. expression, To show that our expression EK =1/2mv2 is independent of the way in which the particle acquired its speed. | LXI-018 | Paid |
T-019 | WORK, ENERGY, POWER-3 | Gravitational Potential Energy- Definition, Find an expression for the Potential Energy, Find an expression for the Potential Energy (inclined plane), Energy is always measured relative to some arbitrary reference state or level, Mechanical Energy = Ek + Ep | LXI-019 | Paid |
T-020 | WORK, ENERGY, POWER-4 | WORK DONE BY FRICTION: DISSIPATION OF MECHANICAL ENERGY.Application of work-energy relation to the problem of rectilinear motion of body, The work done by a force of kinetic friction reduces the mechanical energy of a body, work done by the resultant force FRD is the algebraic sum of the work done by Fapp and the work done by FK. | LXI-020 | Paid |
T-021 | WORK, ENERGY, POWER-5 | CONSERVATION OF MECHANICAL ENERGY...Theorem: The total mechanical energy of any system of bodies remains constant , Application of theorem: First example : Case of free fall to the earth's surface, Second example : Case of a projectile, Summary. | LXI-021 | Paid |
T-022 | WORK, ENERGY, POWER-6 | COLLISIONS: As examples to show the ways in which energy and momentum relations can be applied, Perfectly inelastic collision : Definition, Perfectly Inelastic Collisions : head-on collisions, Perfectly Inelastic Collisions : collisions of particles not traveling along the same line, Perfectly elastic collision: Definition, Perfectly elastic collision: Several interesting facts | LXI-022 | Paid |
T-023 | WORK, ENERGY, POWER-7 | POWER : Definition, Average Power, Instantaneous Power, Power & mechanical advantage of transmission, Power & efficiency of transmission | LXI-023 | Paid |
T-024 | ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT-1 | Angular Displacement, Angular Velocity, Average Angular Velocity, Angular Acceleration, Mathematical analogy with rectilinear motion. | LXI-024 | Paid |
T-025 | ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT-2 | ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT & MOTION OF A PARTICLE IN A ROTATING RIGID BODY:TANGENTIAL VELOCITY, TANGENTIAL ACCLERATION & CENTRIPETAL ACCLERATION, ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT & WORK, ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT & TORQUE, ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT & POWER | LXI-025 | Paid |
T-026 | ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT-3 | ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT & MOTION OF A PARTICLE IN A ROTATING RIGID BODY:ROTATIONAL KINETIC ENERGY, ROTATIONAL INERTIA, PARALLEL AXIS THEOREM | LXI-026 | Paid |
T-027 | ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT-4 | THE DYNAMICS OF PURE ROTATION:ROTATIONAL ANALOGUE OF NEWTON'S SECOND PRINCIPLE, ROTATIONAL ANALOGUE OF LINEAR MOMENTUM, ROTATIONAL ANALOGUE OF IMPULSE, VECTOR PROPERTIES OF ROTATIONAL QUANTITIES | LXI-027 | Paid |
T-028 | ANGULAR DISPLACEMENT-5 | THE DYNAMICS OF PURE ROTATION:THE ANGULAR MOMENTUM OF A DYNAMICAL SYSTEM, CONSERVATION OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM | LXI-028 | Paid |
T-029 | GRAVITATION-1 | Kepler's Empirical Laws of planetary motion, Great Newtonian Synthesis, Universal Gravitation | LXI-029 | Paid |
T-030 | GRAVITATION-2 | Principle of Universal Gravitation, Weight, Determination of mass of earth, Gravitational Potential energy, Finding amount of work would we have to do in removing a body from the earth completely | LXI-030 | Paid |
T-031 | GRAVITATION-3 | Escape Velocity, Gravitational Potential | LXI-031 | Paid |
T-032 | STRESS-STRAIN-1 | Hooke's Law, Validity of Hooke's Law & Force Constant, Validity of Hooke's Law & Torsion Constant, Case where Hooke's Law does not apply | LXI-032 | Paid |
T-033 | STRESS-STRAIN-2 | Elastic Modulus, Longitudinal Stress and Strain, Young's Modulus | LXI-033 | Paid |
T-034 | STRESS-STRAIN-3 | Volume Stress And Strain: Bulk Modulus | LXI-034 | Paid |
T-035 | STRESS-STRAIN-4 | Shear Modulus or Modulus of Rigidity, Shear Modulus of Thin Walled Tube, Shear Modulus of solid rod | LXI-035 | Paid |
T-036 | FLUID-STATICS-1 | Fluid pressure, Average hydrostatic Pressure, Pressure at a point in a fluid | LXI-036 | Paid |
T-037 | FLUID-STATICS-2 | Laws of Fluid Statics: Law I, Law II | LXI-037 | Paid |
T-038 | FLUID-STATICS-3 | Laws of Fluid Statics: Law III - Archimedes Law | LXI-038 | Paid |
T-039 | FLUID-DYNAMICS-1 | Bernoulli's Law- an overview, Fluid Flux (incompressible liquid), Fluid Flux (Volume), Fluid Flux (Mass), non viscous liquid | LXI-039 | Paid |
T-040 | FLUID-DYNAMICS-2 | Derivation of Bernoulli's law, Generalised Definition of Bernoulli's law, Torricelli Law | LXI-040 | Paid |
T-041 | OSCILLATIONS-1 | Definitions: Periodic Motion, Cycle, Period, Frequency, Hertz, Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) | LXI-041 | Paid |
T-042 | OSCILLATIONS-2 | Simple Harmonic Motion (Amplitude), To find out how the frequency and the period of the motion depend on the effective force constant k and the mass m of the moving body | LXI-042 | Paid |
T-043 | OSCILLATIONS-3 | Energy Relations in Simple Harmonic Motion, Rotational Simple Harmonic Motion | LXI-043 | Paid |
T-044 | WAVES-1 | Mechanical Energy, waves defined, Examples Of Mechanical Energy transport, Surface Water waves, Sound Waves, General characteristics of mechanical waves | LXI-044 | Paid |
T-045 | WAVES-2 | Transverse Wave, Transverse wave defined | LXI-045 | Paid |
T-046 | WAVES-3 | Longitudinal wave, speed | LXI-046 | Paid |
T-047 | WAVES-4 | Pulses, periodic waves, wavelength, period, frequency, one dimensional sinusoidal waves, Mathematical descriptions of the sinusoidal wave, One-dimensional wave equation | LXI-047 | Paid |
T-048 | WAVES-5 | Speed, Energy transport | LXI-048 | Paid |
T-049 | WAVES-6 | Superposition principle and wave interference | LXI-049 | Paid |
T-050 | WAVES-7 | Reflection of waves | LXI-050 | Paid |
T-051 | WAVES-8 | Standing waves | LXI-051 | Paid |
T-052 | WAVES-9 | Sound waves | LXI-052 | Paid |
T-053 | WAVES-10 | Doppler Effect & response of the human ear to sound waves | LXI-053 | Paid |
T-054 | WAVES-11 | Beats | LXI-054 | Paid |
T-055 | THERMAL-1 | Informal Definition of Temperature, Heat, Theoretical Definition of Temperature, Measurement of Temperature, Types of Thermometers, Thermometers, Conversion relationship between different scales of temperature | LXI-055 | Paid |
T-056 | THERMAL-2 | IDEAL-GAS EQUATION AND ABSOLUTE TEMPERATURE: Boyle’s Law, Charles’ Law, Pressure Law/Gay-Lussac's law, A complete ideal gas law, Absolute Temperature | LXI-056 | Paid |
T-057 | THERMAL-3 | Definition: Thermal expansion, Factors affecting thermal expansion, Coefficient of thermal expansion, General volumetric thermal expansion coefficient, Thermal expansion in solids, Linear expansion | LXI-057 | Paid |
T-058 | THERMAL-4 | Thermal expansion in Solids: Area expansion, Volumetric expansion, Isotropic materials, Anisotropic materials | LXI-058 | Paid |
T-059 | THERMAL-5 | Thermal expansion: Expansion of liquids, Determine β from the measure of the density of a liquid as a function of temperature, Determine Volume V of a liquid, Determine density ρ of a liquid, Anomalous behaviour of water, Expansion of gases | LXI-059 | Paid |
T-060 | THERMAL-6 | Calorimetry, Heat Capacity, Specific Heat Capacity, Computation of Heat, Molar specific heat capacity, Molar specific heat capacity in gases, Specific Heat Capacity table Water has the highest specific heat capacity | LXI-060 | Paid |
T-061 | THERMAL-7 | Change of State, Melting Point, Activity to understand the process of melting of ice. Boiling Point, Activity to understand the process of boiling of water | LXI-061 | Paid |
T-062 | THERMAL-8 | Latent Heat, Latent Heat of Fusion, Latent Heat of Vaporization, Thermal Energy/Heat, Absolute Zero | LXI-062 | Paid |
T-063 | THERMAL-9 | Methods of Heat Transfer, Convection (natural or forced), Conduction-Definition, Conduction-Quantitative Description, Conduction-Applications, Thermal Conductivity- Definition | LXI-063 | Paid |
T-064 | THERMAL-10 | Radiation, Understand the relationships between emission and absorption, Kirchhoff’s Principle of Radiation, A perfect radiator, The Stefan - Boltzmann law | LXI-064 | Paid |
T-065 | THERMAL-11 | Stefan-Boltzmann law, Radiation: some stray facts, Wien's Displacement law, Newton’s law of cooling-Definition, Newton’s law of cooling-Verification | LXI-065 | Paid |
T-066 | THERMODYNAMICS-1 | Thermal Equilibrium, Laws of Thermodynamics, First Law, Zero-th Law, Second Law – an introduction | LXI-066 | Paid |
T-067 | THERMODYNAMICS-2 | Second Law: the crux behind, Heat Engine, Second Law: The important point, Simple Heat Engine, Simple Refrigerator of gases | LXI-067 | Paid |
T-068 | THERMODYNAMICS-3 | Carnot Engine, Efficiency of a Carnot engine, Carnot Cycle | LXI-068 | Paid |
T-069 | THERMODYNAMICS-4 | Third law, Entropy | LXI-069 | Paid |
T-070 | KINETIC THEORY OF GASES-1 | Kinetic Theory- Assumptions/Postulates, Expression for the pressure of a gas based on the kinetic theory, Kinetic Interpretation of Temperature | LXI-070 | Paid |
T-071 | KINETIC THEORY OF GASES-2 | Atomic masses, Avogadro’s Law, Definition of Mole, Kilomole, Avogadro’s Law in terms of kilomole | LXI-071 | Paid |
T-072 | KINETIC THEORY OF GASES-3 | General Gas Law, General gas law in terms of density, Dalton’s Law of partial pressures | LXI-072 | Paid |
T-073 | KINETIC THEORY OF GASES-4 | Heat capacity per Kilomole, Heat capacity per Kilomole at constant Volume, Heat capacity per Kilomole at constant Pressure | LXI-073 | Paid |
T-074 | KINETIC THEORY OF GASES-5 | Work done in isothermal processes, Isothermal Expansion or Compression | LXI-074 | Paid |
T-075 | KINETIC THEORY OF GASES-6 | Work done in adiabatic processes | LXI-075 | Paid |
T-076 | KINETIC THEORY OF GASES-7 | Equipartition of energy, Degrees of Freedom, Contribution to the heat capacity | LXI-076 | Paid |