A-level 物理 (Chapter1-3)10小时 剑桥物理博士授课 高中生留学

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A-level 物理 1-3


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    英国土生土长,剑桥大学的数学和理论物理博士。曾在欧洲太空中心工作(一辈子),二十多年辅导IB,A Level经验。
简  介 本课程是英国、加拿大、爱尔兰、澳大利亚、新西兰、新加坡等英语国家都认可的A-Level考试课程之一。授课老师学艺精湛,领域杰出,是一位难得的物理老师。


Chapter 1 Foundations of Physics
Lesson 1 (Foundations of Physics)
This video provides the scope of the course, defines the general terms in physics, understanding the nature of physics for Newtonian mechanics and quantum mechanics, defines the basic and derived physical quantities, and orders of magnitude.

Lesson 2 Part 1(Foundations of Physics)
This video analyzes uncertainty and error in measurements, accuracy and precision, and scalar and vector physical quantities.

Lesson 2 Part 2(Foundations of Physics)
This video gives a detailed dimensional analysis for physics, outlines the importance of mathematical approximation and graphic techniques in physics. This is the end of chapter1 General Introduction.
Chapter 2 Mechanics 
Lesson 2 Part 3(Mechanics)
This is the starting point of Mechanics, chapter2. Kinematics in 1d and 2d are outlined and defined with variable acceleration. Two dimensional parabolic flights are highlighted.

Lesson 3 Part 1(Mechanics)
Practical and examination problems in 2d parabolic flights are shown and solved. The technique to select the right equation for this type of problem is highlighted. Circular motion is discussed and the evaluation of its acceleration is outlined.

Lesson 3 Part 2(Mechanics)
Mass and Weight differences and their applications to space; Free-body diagram function and examples to solve physics problems on forces. End of Dynamics section.
Lesson 3 Part 3 (Mechanics)
Introduction to Work and Energy; Work and Energy differences and definitions; Units and Quantities; positive and negative work done; law of conservation of energy; different forms of energy and examples are illustrated.
Lesson 4 Part 1(Mechanics)
Thermal and Internal Energy; Chemical Energy; Nuclear Energy; Conservation and non-conservation forces; Power definition and its applications.
Lesson 4 Part 2(Mechanics)
Momentum definition and units; law of conservation of linear momentum; collision of two bodies; elastic and inelastic collisions; coefficient of restitution.
Examples on collisions; steps to apply conservation law of linear momentum; rotational kinematics and dynamics; comparison with 1D linear motion.
Examples on rotation kinematics; static equilibrium definition; Torques; Couples; Principle of Moments; Stability of Equilibrium.
Lesson 4 Part 3(Mechanics)
Fluids definition; hydrostatic; density; pressure formation over a surface; relative density; evaluation of pressure in fluids.
Lesson 4 Part 4(Mechanics)
Pascal’s Principle; absolute pressure; Archimedes’ Principle; floating and sinking body conditions; measurement of density and pressure; manometer and barometer.
Chapter 3 Structure and Materials

Lesson 5 part 1(Structure and Materials)
this is a new chapter on structure and materials. Explanation in what matters are made of. Introduction to atoms and molecules. Relative Mass and charges are shown. Ions and charges relationship to the formation of structure.
Lesson 5 Part 2(Structure and Materials)
this highlights all the intermolecular forces and phases of matter. Forces related to the distance between atoms and molecules are discussed. Thermal energy influence to intermolecular forces. Phase relationship with internal energy and a global picture on distance between molecules. Kinetic and potential energy in intermolecular forces. Bondings between atoms and molecules are discussed.
Lesson 5 Part 3(Structure and Materials)
Brownian motion, Avogadro constant, molar mass and their relationship. Elasticity, Hooke law, Young modulus, stress and strain, loading and unloading hysteresis.
Lesson 6 Part 1(Structure and Materials)
viscosity, tangential stress, velocity gradient, Newtonian fluid and non Newtonian plastic.
Lesson 6 Part 2(Structure and Materials)
Reynolds number, Stokes law,terminal velocity, upthrust and measurements on terminal velocity. Test examples.
Lesson 6 Part 3(Structure and Materials)
Gravitation, historical background, Kepler laws, Newton Universal Gravitation, Gauss laws
Lesson 7 Part 1(Structure and Materials)
Gauss laws application, gravity field strength, gravity change inside Earth, gravity change outside Earth.
Lesson 7 Part 2(Structure and Materials)
Gravitational potential, escape speed, orbital motion, energy exchange
Lesson 7 Part 3(Structure and Materials)
variation in escape speed, trajectory path relationship, tidal waves due to gravity, test examples.


* 课程提供者:枫叶联合教育