# Classical Mechanics by Walter Lewin(MIT professor)

Classical Mechanics list is here. We have already reviewed First lecture in our recent post.

### Lecture 1

• Measurement

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Introduction and Lecture 1: Measurement

• Speed
• Velocity
• Acceleration

### Lecture 3

• Vectors
• Dot Products
• Cross Products
• 3D Kinematics

### Lecture 4

• 3D Kinematics
• Free Falling Reference Frames

### Lecture 5

• Circular Motion
• Centripetal Forces
• Perceived Gravity

### Lecture 6

• Newton’s Laws

### Lecture 7

• Weight
• Weightlessness in Free Fall
• Weight in Orbit

• Friction

### Lecture 10

• Hooke’s Law
• Springs
• Pendulums
• Simple Harmonic Motion

### Lecture 11

• Work, Kinetic & Potential Energy
• Gravitation
• Conservative Forces

### Lecture 12

• Air Drag
• Resistive Forces
• Conservative Forces
• Terminal Velocity

### Lecture 13

• Potential Energy
• Derive Simple Harmonic Motion using Energy

### Lecture 14

• Escape Velocities
• Circular Orbits
• Bound and Unbound Orbits
• Power

### Lecture 15

• Momentum
• Conservation of Momentum
• Center of Mass

### Lecture 16

• Elastic & Inelastic Collisions
• Center of Mass
• Frame of Reference

• Impulse
• Rockets

### Lecture 18

• 2nd Exam Review

## Lecture 19

• Rotating Objects
• Moment of Inertia
• Rotational KE
• Neutron Stars

### Lecture 20

• Angular Momentum
• Torques
• Conservation of Angular

### Lecture 21

• Torques
• Oscillating Bodies
• Physical Pendulums

### Lecture 22

• Kepler’s Laws
• Elliptical Orbits
• Satellites
• Orbital Changes

### Lecture 23

• Doppler Effect
• Binary Stars
• Neutron Stars
• Black Holes

### Lecture 24

• Rolling Motion
• Gyroscopes
• VERY NON-INTUITIVE

### Lecture 25

• Static Equilibrium
• Stability
• Rope Warker

### Lecture 26

• Elasticity
• Young’s Modulus

### Lecture 27

• Fluid Mechanics
• Hydrostatics
• Pascal’s Principle
• Atmosphere Pressure

### Lecture 28

• Hydrostatics
• Archimedes’ Principle
• Bernoulli’s Equation

## Lecture 29

• Third Exam Review

### Lecture 30

• Simple Harmonic Motion
• Energy Considerations,
• Torsional Pendulum

### Lecture 31

• Forced Oscillations
• Normal Modes
• Resonances
• Musical Instruments

### Lecture 32

• Heat
• Thermal Expansion

### Lecture 33

• Kinetic Gas Theory,
• Ideal Gas Law
• Phase Transitions

### Lecture 34

• The Wonderful Quantum World
• Breakdown of Classical Mechanics

Here read our review on this Course here