Mechanics

Mechanics for physics is the branch of physics which deals with study of 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 study of macroscopic objects while classical mechanics deals with study of microscopic objects.

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

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

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

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

• 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…

• Derivation of First Equation of Motion in Physics

The first equation of motion (Vf =Vi + at)  deals with final velocity, initial velocity, acceleration and time. We can…

• Difference Between Micrometer Screw Gauge and Vernier Caliper

Micrometer Screw gauge and vernier caliper both are length measuring devices. The basic difference between screw gauge and vernier caliper…

• How many Types of Errors in Physics?

Error is the difference between the actual value and calculated value of any physical quantity. Basically there are two types…

• Difference Between Uniform and Non Uniform Motion with Examples

The basic difference between uniform and nonuniform motion is that: In uniform motion, a body moves with a constant speed…

• law of Conservation of Momentum Formula & Examples in real life

Guess now! Why the passengers in the bus move forward when the bus stops quickly? What happens when two bodies…

• Types of Motion in Physics with Examples and Pictures in Daily life

What does motion mean? “A body is said to be in motion if it changes its position with respect to…

• Types of Forces in Physics with Examples

Force is the external agent that produces motion or tends to produce motion or it stops motion or tends to…

• difference between centre of mass and centre of gravity in tabular form

The basic difference between centre of mass and centre of gravity is that Center of mass is a point in…

• Applications of Pascal law

Pascal law states Pressure applied at any point of a liquid enclosed in a container is transmitted without loss to…