**Architectural Physics**

by Paul Fendley

**Publisher**: The University of Virginia 2001**Number of pages**: 242

**Description**:

Topics covered: Kinematics, Inertia, Forces, Newton's Laws, Weight, Tension, Normal Force, Friction, Rotational Motion, Conservation of Energy, Work, Momentum, Center of Mass, Rotational Kinematics, Torque, Rotational Dynamics, Stress and Strain, Simple Harmonic Motion, Fluids, etc.

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