Physics: Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Physics

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Physics: Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Physics
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  1. Mass Density
  2. Pressure


  3. Pascals Principle 
    • If 
    • Then 
  4. Buoyancy Force/ Archimedes Principle
  5. Continuity Equation
  6. Bernoulli's Equation


  7. Linear Thermal Expansion
  8. Ideal Gas Law
  9. Rate of Heat Transfer
  10. Heat Transferred to a System
  11. Average Molecular Kinetic Energy
  12. Root-Mean-Square Velocity of the Molecules
  13. Work
  14. Change in Internal Energy
  15. Efficiency
  16. Carnot Efficiency
  17. Area
  18. Efficiency
    e
  19. Force
    F N
  20. Depth
    h
  21. Rate of Heat Transfer
    H
  22. Thermal Conductivity
    k
  23. Average Molecular Kinetic Energy
  24. Length
    l
  25. Thickness
    L
  26. Mass
    m kg
  27. Molar Mass
    M
  28. Number of Moles
    n
  29. Number of Molecules
    N
  30. Pressure
    P
  31. Heat Transferred to a System
    Q
  32. Temperature
    T
  33. Internal Energy
    U
  34. Volume
    V
  35. velocity or speed
    v
  36. Root-Mean-Square Velocity
  37. Work Done on a System
    W
  38. Height
    y
  39. Coefficient of Linear Expansion
  40. Moss of a Molecule
  41. Density
  42. Measurements of Pressure
    • Pascals (Pa)
    • torr (torr/mmHg)
    • Atmospheres (atm)
  43. Atm, Pascal,and Torr ratio
    1atm=101300Pa=760 torr
  44. Measurements of Temperature
    • Fahrenheit 
    • Celsius 
    • Kelvin
  45. Celsius to Fahrenheit
  46. Celsius to Kelvin
    K=C+273.15
  47. SI Unit for Temperature
    Kelvin
  48. SI Unit for Heat
    J
  49. Conduction 
    process of heat transfer involving atomic collisions and contact between 2 objects
  50. Convection 
    process of heat transfer involving differing densities of layers of matter [usually air or water]
  51. Radiation 
    process of heat transfer that does NOT involve matter but rather, electromagnetic radiation

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