 VPL will be a collaborative web-based virtual learning environment for first-year university physics.

Physics Lecture
• Mechanics of Matter
• Solids
• Fluids
• Fluid Statics
• Fluid Dynamics
• 1/5
• Types of flow
• Flow rate
• 2/5
• Control volume
• Conservation of mass
• Conservation of energy:Flow energy
• 3/5
• Conservation of energy:Bernoulli's equation
• Venturi flow meter
• Torricelli's law
• 4/5
• Conservation of energy:Lift
• 5/5
• Viscosity
• Kinematics 1D
• 1/19
• Applications
• Plot of x versus time
• Purpose
• Instantaneous position to average position & velocity
• Average velocity to instantaneous position
• 2/19
• Some examples
• 3/19
• Instantaneous position to instantaneous velocity
• Examples
• Generalization of position formulae to other quantities
• 4/19
• Instantaneous velocity to average velocity & acceleration
• Average acceleration to instantaneous velocity
• Instantaneous velocity to instantaneous acceleration & position
• 5/19
• Instantaneous acceleration to average acceleration
• Instantaneous accleration to instantaneous velocity
• Higher order motion derivatives
• Instantaneous velocity to instantaneous speed
• Instantaneous speed to average speed
• Summary of all 1D kinematic relations
• Other useful 1D kinematic relations
• 6/19
• Examples
• 7/19
• Examples
• 8/19
• Examples
• 9/19
• Examples
• Importance of 1D Kinematics
• Special cases of 1D Kinematics: Constant position
• 10/19
• Special cases of 1D Kinematics: Constant velocity
• 11/19
• Special cases of 1D Kinematics: Constant acceleration
• Summary of all constant relations
• 12/19
• Examples
• 13/19
• Motion of a particle along a 1D horizontal frictionless path (part 1)
• 14/19
• Motion of a particle along a 1D horizontal frictionless path (part 2)
• 15/19
• Motion of a particle along a 1D vertical frictionless path with gravity:Galileo
• 16/19
• Motion of a particle along a 1D vertical frictionless path with gravity:Experiment in virtual environment
• 17/19
• Puck on an inclined rail experiment with initial velocity
• Summary of 1D horizontal, vertical and inclined path
• 18/19
• Exercises and Examples
• 19/19
• Examples
• Self-consistency
• Strategy for solving problems
• Dynamics of a Point Particle