Physics XI Part-I

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Overview

The world around us has an astonishing variety of phenomenon. Science /Physics gives us a chance to take a closer look and try to understand these. We have evidence to support the work done since ancient times by thinkers, philosophers and scientists. They tried to unravel the mysteries around us. The excitement of learning, to do systematic scientific work is the root of this course. You will learn methods of measurement-including universally accepted norms. Kinematics, that helps us to describe any motion and dynamics which helps us to identify the causes of motion. Some energy is required to move things and we will define these in scientific terminology in a way that communication about physics to others is easy. In this course we will learn about different ways bodies move vis motion in a straight line, in a plane. You will also learn about system of particles, rigid body rotation and extend it to explore gravitation. We have to first understand the basics, therefore in times when scientific skills are far advanced as compared to what they were many years ago, we will still revisit those ideas and study physical laws within limits. Understanding the fundamental rules of nature, help us to extend them to more complex situations in real life. Mathematics. is important for the physics course because it lends excitement to it We will first learn the physical concept and only then apply appropriate mathematics to it. we will use new mathematical operations like vector algebra, basic differentiation and integration, in physics, problems with numbers are called numerical, these lend excitement to the course. We will help you learn methods of solving these with ease by several examples throughout the course. This course has 6 units
  • Physical world and measurement
  • Kinematics
  • Laws of motion
  • Work, Energy and Power
  • Motion of system of particles and rigid body
  • Gravitation
The aim and design of the course is to develop a deeper understanding of different concepts in Physics. As you work through the course you will find lecture videos, e-text, suggestions for problem solving methods, animations, practice questions, study guides. Assignments and Tests to keep track of your achievements. This course is divided into 41 modules for better understanding.

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUT

Week1

Unit 1: Physical World and Measurements

Module 1: Physics and its Scope

Module 2: Units and Measurements

Week 2

Unit 1: Physical World and Measurements

Module 3: Errors in Measurements

Module 4: Dimensional Analysis

Unit 1: Physical World and Measurements _Study Guide

Week 3

Unit 2: Kinematics

Module 1: Rest and Motion

Module 2: Distance and Displacement

Week 4

Unit 2: Kinematics

Module 3: Speed and velocity

Module 4: Accelerated motion

Week 5

Unit 2: Kinematics

Module 5: Problems based on equations of motion

Module 6: Vectors

Week 6

Unit 2: Kinematics

Module 7: Motion in a plane

Module 8: Circular motion

Week 7

Unit 2: Kinematics

Module 9: Problems on motion in two dimensions

Module 10: Essential mathematical tools

Week 8

Unit 2: Kinematics

Unit 2: Kinematics _ Study Guide

Week 9

Unit 3: Laws Of Motion

Module 1: Newton’s first law of motion

Module 2: Newton’s second law of motion

Week 10

Unit 3: Laws Of Motion

Module 3: Newton’s third law of motion

Module 4: Types of forces

Week 11

Unit 3: Laws Of Motion

Module 5: Friction

Module 6: Dynamics of circular motion Banking of roads

Week 12

Unit 3: Laws Of Motion

Module 7: Solving problems using Newton’s laws of motion

Unit 3: Laws of Motion _ Study Guide

Week 13

Unit 4: Work, Energy and Power

Module 1: Work

Module 2: Kinetic Energy of moving bodies

Week 14

Unit 4: Work, Energy and Power

Module 3: Conservative and non-conservative forces potential energy

Module 4: Spring and Force Constant

Week 15

Unit 4: Work, Energy and Power

Module 5: Problem based on Work-Energy Theorem

Module 6: Collision

Week 16

Unit 4: Work, Energy and Power

Module 7: Collision in two dimension

Unit 4: Work, Energy and Power_ Study Guide

Week 17

Unit 5: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Module 1: Rigid body rotation

Module 2: System of Particles

Week 18

Unit 5: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Module 3: Rotational kinematics -Equation of Motion

Module 4: Moment of Inertia

Week 19

Unit 5: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Module 5: Torque

Module 6: Mechanical Equilibrium

Week 20

Unit 5: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Module 7: Angular Momentum

Module 8: Rolling Motion

Week 21

Unit 5: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body

Unit 5: Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body _ Study Guide

Week 22

Unit 6: Gravitation

Module 1: Kepler’s laws of planetary Motion

Module 2: Acceleration due to gravity

Week 23

Unit 6: Gravitation

Module 3: Gravitational field and Gravitational potential

Module 4: Satellites and escape velocity

Week 24

Unit 6: Gravitation

Module 5: Numerical problems based on Gravitation

Unit 6: Gravitation _ Study Guide