VIDEOAULAS - CURSO DE FÍSICA

  1. Advanced Quantum Mechanics, Stanford
  2. Applied Mechanics, IIT Delhi
  3. Archimedes' Principle
  4. Capacitors
  5. Center of Mass
  6. Circular Motion
  7. Classical Field Theory, IIT Madras
  8. Classical Physics, IIT Madras
  9. Condensed Matter Physics, IIT Madras
  10. Darwin's Legacy, Stanford
  11. Descriptive Introduction to Physics, Fall 2010, UC Berkeley
  12. Electric Force
  13. Electromagnetic Theory, IIT Bombay
  14. Electromagnetics and Applications, MIT
  15. Engineering Physics I, IIT Roorkee
  16. Engineering Physics II, IIT Kanpur
  17. Exploring Black Holes: General Relativity and Astrophysics, MIT
  18. Faraday's Law
  19. Fundamentals of Physics II, Yale
  20. Fundamentals of Physics III, Yale
  21. Gauss' Law
  22. General Relativity ,Fall 2012, Stanford
  23. Gravity
  24. Introductory Physics, UC Berkeley
  25. Kirchoff's Laws
  26. Magnetic Force
  27. Modern Physics: Classical Mechanics, Stanford
  28. Modern Physics: Cosmology, Stanford
  29. Modern Physics: Einsteins General Theory of Relativity, Stanford
  30. Modern Physics: Quantum Mechanics, Stanford
  31. Modern Physics: Special Relativity, Stanford
  32. Modern Physics: Statistical Mechanics, Stanford
  33. Moment of Inertia
  34. Momentum and Collisions
  35. Newton's Laws
  36. Nuclear Physics Fundamentals and Application, IIT Kanpur
  37. NUCLEAR REACTORS AND SAFETY
  38. Particle Physics: Basic Concepts, Stanford
  39. Particle Physics: Standard Model, Stanford
  40. Physical Applications of Stochastic Processes, IIT Madras
  41. Physics, Khan Academy
  42. Physics 210 - General Physics I, University of Missouri Kansas City
  43. Physics 220 - General Physics II, University of Missouri Kansas City
  44. Physics 220 - General Physics II, Spring 2010, University of Missouri Kansas City
  45. Physics 240:Physics for Science and Engineering - I, University of Missouri Kansas City
  46. Physics 250:Physics for Scientists and Engineers-II, University of Missouri Kansas City
  47. Physics for Future Presidents, UC Berkeley
  48. Physics for Future Presidents,Fall 2011, UC Berkeley
  49. Physics I
  50. Physics I Classical Mechanics, MIT
  51. Physics I: Oscillations and Waves, IIT Kharagpur
  52. Physics III Vibrations and Waves, MIT
  53. Plasma Physics: Fundamentals and Applications, IIT Delhi
  54. Projectile Motion
  55. Quantum Electronics, IIT Delhi
  56. Quantum Entanglements, Stanford
  57. Quantum Field Theory, IIT Madras
  58. Quantum Mechanics and Applications, IIT Delhi
  59. Quantum Mechanics I, IIT Madras
  60. Quantum Physics, IIT Madras
  61. Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, IISc Bangalore
  62. Selected Topics in Mathematical Physics, IIT Madras
  63. Semiconductor Optoelectronics, IIT Delhi
  64. Soft X-Rays and Extreme Ultraviolet Radiation, UC Berkeley
  65. Special Theory of Relativity, IIT Bombay
  66. Special Topics in Atomic Physics, IIT Madras
  67. Special Topics in Classical Mechanics, IIT Madras
  68. Special/Select Topics in the Theory of Atomic Collisions and Spectroscopy, IIT Madras
  69. String Theory and M-Theory, Stanford
  70. The Fourier Transform and its Applications, Stanford
  71. The Theoretical Minimum Quantum Mechanics, Stanford
  72. Thermodynamics and Kinetics, MIT
  73. Topics in Nonlinear Dynamics, IIT Madras
  74. Topics in String Theory ,Winter 2011, Stanford
  75. Torque and Angular Momentum
  76. Work and Energy

CIÊNCIA DOS MATERIAIS

Finite Element Method by IIT Kanpur

Mathematical Methods in Engineering and Science by IIT Kanpur

Material Science by IIT Delhi

MATERIAL DIDÁTICO - LINKS
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    Sites interessantes

  141. *Sunspots resources

  142. *Solar Cycle 24 and VHF Aurora Website (www.solarcycle24.com)

  143. *Belgium World Data Center for the sunspot index

  144. *High resolution sunspot image

  145. *Sunspot images in high-res

  146. *http://www.tvweather.com/awpage/history_of_the_atmosphere.htm

  147. *NOAA Solar Cycle Progression:

  148. *Space weather

  149. *Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Lab

  150. *1918 paper on sunspots and revolutions by William James Sidis

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