# Mechanics

Mechanics is one of the main branches of physics which deals with the study and behavior of physical bodies when subjected to different types of forces or displacement, and the subsequent effect of bodies on the environment.

## Types of mechanics

There are two main types of mechanics:

- Classical mechanics
- Quantum mechanics

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

### Types of classical mechanics

Classical mechanics further divided into three types which are:

- Kinematics
- Statics
- Dynamics

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**Mechanics****Kinematics**- Speed with Examples
- Velocity Examples
- Acceleration formula
- kinematic Equations
- different types of motion
- projectile motion equations
- Difference between speed and velocity
- Difference between uniform and non-uniform motion
- The first equation of motion derivation
- The second equation of motion derivation
- Third equation of motion derivation by graphical method
- Value of acceleration due to gravity
- Difference between speed and acceleration
- Difference between distance and displacement
- Difference between velocity and acceleration

**Dynamics**- Types of forces
- Newton’s laws of motion
- Newton’s first law of motion examples
- Newton’s second law of motion examples
- Difference between mass and weight
- Newton’s third law of motion examples
- Law of conservation of momentum with examples
- Types of friction
- Difference between centre of mass and centre of gravity
- Difference between conservative and non conservative forces
- Difference between centripetal and centrifugal force
- Difference between force and pressure

**Gravitation****Work & Energy**- forms of energy
- kinetic energy examples
- potential energy examples
- Difference between kinetic energy and potential energy
- work energy theorem derivation
- energy sources
- renewable energy sources
- Difference between renewable and non renewable energy sources
- conservation of mechanical energy
- solar energy
- work definition in physics
- Relation between power force and velocity
- Difference between instantaneous and average power

**Turning Effect of Forces****Collisions****Fluid dynamics**- Special Theory of Relativity postulates
**Exploring space**

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