## Newtonian Fluid Phenomena – Surface Tension

Sometimes known as the “Levitating Water Trick”, surface tension prevents the water flow flowing out of the upturned bottle and even allows small pieces of plastic to be inserted. Copyright 2016 University of Illinois Board of Trustees. Video of surface tension is made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License (international) CC BY-NC-ND 4.0:…

## Going Crazy with Non-Newtonian Fluids

A non-Newtonian fluid pool party to celebrate the end of the course “Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering: from a Straw to an Airplane” at UCSD Academic Connections 2012. Students learned about interesting non-Newtonian fluid behaviors and took advantage of one of them (shear thickening) to walk, dance, and fight on a non-Newtonian fluid.

## Helium Rain Part 1 | Newtonian Space Flight is Fun

Today Stephen plays Helium Rain, a space trading and combat game built around Newtonian space flight by Deimos Games. Embarking on his new adventure in Helium Rain, Stephen begins to work his way through the tutorial, first learning how to maneuver his ship and then learning how to dock. Things go awry when he goes…

## Introduction to Mechanics, Part 1 | RiceX on edX | Course About Video

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## Delivery of my 19.3-inch AE Newtonian. 1992.

On March 26th 1992 my 19.3-inch f/4.5 Newtonian was delivered to my Chelmsford home by Rob Hysom of Astronomical Equipment Ltd, aided by his son. This was one of the last telescopes AE ever made, after a quarter of a century of telescope building. The weather was perfect and the skies were even clear that…

## 8.01x – Lect 2 – 1D Kinematics – Speed, Velocity, Acceleration

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## 1. Introduction

Frontiers/Controversies in Astrophysics (ASTR 160) Professor Bailyn introduces the course and discusses the course material and requirements. The three major topics that the course will cover are (1) exoplanets–planets around stars other than the Sun, (2) black holes–stars whose gravitational pull is so strong that even their own light rays cannot escape, and (3) cosmology–the…

## 5. Work-Energy Theorem and Law of Conservation of Energy

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## Vector Calculus for Electromagnetism 32 : Stokes’ Theorem

In this video I continue with my tutorials which cover the necessary vector calculus for classical electromagnetism which is pitched at university undergraduate level. Specifically in this video I discuss the fundamental theorem for curls. The tutorial videos cover a range of vector calculus topics such as grad, div, curl, the fundamental theorems, integration by…

## Vector Calculus

Vector Calculus: Continuity and differentiability of vector functions, Scalar and vector point function, Gradient, Directional Derivative, divergence, curl and their applications. Line integral, surface integral and volume integral, applications to work done by the force. Applications of Green’s, Stoke’s and Gauss divergence theorems. Curl1 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt4dpGFVsYc Divergence 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAXyLhvZ-Vg www.recex.co.in

## Vector Calculus for Electromagnetism 3 b : Vector Cross Product 2/2

In this video I continue with my tutorials which cover the necessary vector calculus for classical electromagnetism which is pitched at university undergraduate level. Specifically I discuss the vector produce which is an essential quantity for simplifying complicated mathematical expressions. Furthermore, it’s physical interpretation aides in the analysis of the physics! The tutorial videos cover…

## Calculus 3: Vector Calculus: Motion in Plane (14 of 15) Finding the Acceleration Ex. 2

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## Local extrema and saddle points of a multivariable function – Vector Calculus

Learn how to use the second derivative test to find local extrema (local maxima and local minima) and saddle points of a multivariable function.

## Green’s Theorem – Vector Calculus

Verification of Tangential Form by Ms. Sherin

## Green’s Theorem Previous Years Gate Questions | Vector Calculus | Engineering Maths

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## Vector Integration (Vector Calculus)

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## Mathematics – Optional – Introduction to Vector Calculus by Venkanna sir

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## In an experiment, a shear water (a seabird) was taken from its nest, flown 5150 km

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## Is u in the plane spanned by the column vectors of A – How to solve Ax = b

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## Determining if set of matrices are linearly independent or dependent

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## A jet plane is flying at a constant altitude. At time t1=0 it has components of velocity

Leave a tip for good service: https://paypal.me/jjthetutor A jet plane is flying at a constant altitude. At time t1=0 it has components of velocity vx=90ms, vy=110ms. At time t2=30.0s the components are vx=−170ms, vy=40ms. (a) Sketch the velocity vectors at t1 and t2. How do these two vectors differ? For this time interval calculate (b)…

## What is null space and the kernel in linear algebra?

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## Compute the orthogonal projection of v onto L through the origin

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## Evaluate the limit, if it exists – Limit as h goes to 0 of (sqrt(1 + h) – 1) / h

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## Lesson 17 – Introduction to Linear Transformations in Linear Algebra

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## Use the graph of the function f shown to estimate the indicated

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