Physics is a widely defined field that can encompass a number of disciplines. This workspace holds problems that deal with the mechanics branch of physics. This generally includes vectors, the laws of motion, work and energy, collisions, angular momentum, and oscillatory motion. This section includes problems that are from the book "Physics for Scientists and Engineers" by Serway.

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List of subjects for examplesElectricity and magnetism is often introduced as a subset of physics. These problems involve magnetic fields, currents, voltages, and related items. This section includes problems that are from the book "Physics for Scientists and Engineers" by Serway.

A standard early class for engineers is statics and dynamics. These courses usually introduce users to vectors, forces, moments, work, and other statics ideals as well as energy, momentum, and movement of rigid bodies in dynamics. There are problems listed from the Engineering Mechanics book "Statics" by Anthony Bedford and Wallace Fowler.

A standard early class for engineers is statics and dynamics. These courses usually introduce users to vectors, forces, moments, work, and other statics ideals as well as energy, momentum, and movement of rigid bodies in dynamics. There are problems listed from the Engineering Mechanics books "Dynamics" by Anthony Bedford and Wallace Fowler.

Mechanics of Materisl is generally the first introduction to a number of engineering principles. This includes elasticity and some material properties, torsion, axials loads, stress and strain, and loading of beams. Problems are included from "Mechanics of Materials" by Gere and Timoshenko.

While the topic of thermodynamics is broad, we focus on the application of the field to engineering. This includes problems relating to the first three laws of thermodynamics as well as energy, gas power systems, refrigeration and heat pumps, and ideal gas mixtures. Problems are included from the 4th edition of "Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics" by Moran and Shapiro.