Go to ...

PHYSICS TEACHER

Physics Fundamentals BLOG for K12

RSS Feed

Physics BLOG for K12, High School-discussions and problem solving

Physics Fundamentals – #k12 #physics #GRE #NEET #CBSE #ICSE #ISC

This Physics BLOG is founded with the aim to assist students in mastering the basics or the fundamentals by publishing quality contents.The posts published here have been successful so far to clarify many confusions in young minds.





We are now in Top 50 Physics BLOG !!! GOOD NEWS for the well wishers!  we are in Top 50 Physics BLOG !!! PhysicsTeacher.in has been selected as one of the Top 50 Physics BLOG by the panelist of feedspot.com. Now Mastering in fundamentals is getting easier for the regular readers of this BLOG.Read the posts regularly, solve the problems and share about this BLOG.Thanks for your support.

Terms and Conditions

torque

Torque in physics – definition & formula derivation

Torque in physics - definition Definition of Torque: Torque in physics is also known as the Moment of force. In other words, It is the Rotational analogue of force. As force causes translational motion, the Torque is the cause of rotational motion. If the net torque is zero then a body will not change its rotational state of motion. So first, we ...
Click to Read More
equilibrium

Equilibrium of a rigid body-conditions and physics

Equilibrium of a Rigid body A rigid body is said to be in mechanical equilibrium, if both its linear momentum and angular momentum are not changing with time. In other words, the body is in mechanical equilibrium when it has neither linear acceleration nor angular acceleration.This means the conditions for equilibrium can be expressed as the following: conditions for equilibrium ...
Click to Read More
strain energy

Poisson’s ratio, Strain energy & Thermal Stress – expressions

Poisson's ratio, Strain energy, Thermal Stress This post is the 3rd post of the Elasticity series. Already in our last 2 posts we have discussed the meaning of Elasticity and related concepts like Stress, Strain, Hooke's Law and modulus of elasticity.Today we will briefly discuss couple of very important terms and concepts of the same stream. Those are Poisson's ratio, ...
Click to Read More
Hooke's Law

Hooke’s Law – stress and strain – Modulus of Elasticity

Hooke's Law - Modulus of Elasticity - stress and strain In our last post we have discussed on Elasticity and Plasticity. Here we will continue with that discussion and gradually cover the Hooke's Law and Modulus of Elasticity. On the way we will learn two more terms: stress and strain. Finally we will cover (a) Young’s Modulus (2) Shear Modulus (3) Bulk modulus. So ...
Click to Read More
Loading...




471 Shares
+1101
Tweet
Share345
Share21
Pin3
Stumble1