# Physics 2

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Langue de l'enseignement : Français

## Description du contenu de l'enseignement

Mechanics 1
Mechanics
1.Kinematics-velocity and acceleration in different coordinates systems and different types of motions. Orbital momentum
2. Dynamics-Newton laws- conservatives forces- dissipative forces- Torque of a force - Energy-conservation laws
3. Gravitation.
4 Two-Bodies problem.
5 .Change of reference frame-velocity and acceleration non inertial terms. Non inertial references.Application to Earth mechanics.

Fluid Mechanics
1. Fluid hydrostatic -fundamental law - pressure measurement and level
2. Fluid dynamics Mechanical energy of a fluid- Law conservation - Bernoulli theorem.
3. Reynolds number, flow regime, pressure drops.
4. Fluid transport : measure of flow and speed of fluid (Pitot tube, diaphragm, Venturi tube), pumps

Thermodynamics 1
Introduction: Ideal Gas. Limits. Definition and basic concepts of thermodynamic (work of pressure force, heat, internal energy.)
First law of thermodynamics : Application to a closed system – extensive properties/ balance – open system - particular thermodynamic processes (isochoric, isothermal, isobaric and adiabatic)- ideal and real gaz- specific heat - calorimetry.
Second law of thermodynamic: Clausius theorem - entropy - close system and open system- thermodynamic efficiency - application to a thermodynamic process – thermodynamic diagram (Clapeyron, Mollier) - thermal engine (compression, expansion, Carnot cycle) – thermodynamic cycle.

Electrostatics
1.Electrostatic charge, force, field, potential energy. Symmetry
2. Superposition theorem, Fields and potential created by wire, plan, cylinder and sphere by integration and Gauss theorem. Applications.
3. Magnetostatic –Biot- Savart law- Fields lines- symmetry Ampere theorem.
4. Magnetic field created by a wire, a loop. Applications