Physics Unit 7 - Mechanical Energy
High School, College, and AP Physics 1
Energy is one of the most fundamental concepts within all of physics. Some may argue it may be the most important unit to help understand all of physics. You should consider this a major unit within physics and should spend significant time mastering it. In this course we will focus our learning covering aspects of mechanical energy only.
Some of the topics we will cover in this unit:
- Mechanical Energy
- Gravitational Potential Energy
- Kinetic Energy
- Elastic/Spring Potential Energy
- Conservation of Energy
- Non-conservative forces and energy loss
StartUnit 7 - Mechanical Energy Workbook
StartEnergy 1 - Introduction (9:58)
StartEnergy 2 - Work (18:41)
PreviewEnergy 3 - Gravitational Potential Energy (7:12)
StartEnergy 4 - Kinetic Energy (8:01)
StartEnergy 5 - Springs - Elastic Potential Energy (16:34)
StartEnergy 6 - Power (5:31)
StartEnergy 7 - Conservation Of Energy and Example (18:45)
StartEnergy 8 - Conservation Of Energy With Springs (14:06)
StartEnergy 9 - Conceptual MC (16:48)
StartEnergy 10 - Word Problems MC Part 1 (23:39)
StartEnergy 11 - Word Problems MC Part 2 (11:34)
StartMechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1981B1 (4:20)
StartMechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1981B2 (1:49)
PreviewMechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1982B3 (8:08)
StartMechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1986B2 (9:40)
StartMechanical Energy Example Problem - AP Exam Review - 1991B1 (16:46)
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