# Mechanics

Mechanics for physics is the branch of physics that deals with the study of the motion of objects, its causes and effects. Basically there are three types and branches of mechanics, classical mechanics, and quantum mechanics.

Classical mechanics deals with the study of macroscopic objects while classical mechanics deals with the study of microscopic objects.

Kinematics, statics, and dynamics are further types of classical mechanics.

Kinematics is the branch of mechanics that deals with the study of the motion of objects without discussing its cause.

Dynamics is the study of the motion of objects, and its causes and effects are called dynamics.

In mechanics we will learn in detail about the following topics:

• ### Examples of potential energy in Everyday Life

Energy due to the position is called potential energy. It is represented as P.E.It is a scalar quantity. Its unit…

• ### Difference between elastic and inelastic collision with examples

Basically, there are two main types of collision, elastic collision, and inelastic collision. The basic difference between elastic and inelastic…

• ### Newton’s Second Law Definition and Formula

According to Newton’s first law of motion “if no net force is acting on a body at rest, then the…

• ### law of conservation of energy:Definition,formula and examples

According to the law of conservation energy: “Energy can neither be created nor is it destroyed. It can only be…

• ### Kinetic Energy Examples in Every day Life

Kinetic energy is defined as ” The energy possessed by an object due to its motion.”It derived from the Greek…

• ### Bernoulli equation derivation with examples and applications

Bernoulli equation is defined as the sum of pressure, the kinetic energy and potential energy per unit volume in a…

• ### Renewable energy sources list

“Renewable energy sources are those energy sources that can be regenerated quickly.”There are many sources of energy such as coal,…

• ### Newton’s First law of Motion Examples in Our Daily Life

Newton’s first law of motion examples are given in the list: A book lying on the table remains at rest…

• ### Difference Between Accuracy and Precision in tabular form

Difference between accuracy and precision is that Accuracy means how close a measured value is to the actual value and…

• ### What is The International System of Units?

In 1960, an international committee agreed on a set of definitions and standards to describe the physical quantities. The system…