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Physics Olympiad Basic To Advanced Exercises

Author : The Committee of Japan Physics Olympiad
ISBN : 9789814556699
Genre : Science
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This book contains some of the problems and solutions in the past domestic theoretical and experimental competitions in Japan for the International Physics Olympiad. Through the exercises, we aim at introducing the appeal and interest of modern physics to high-school students. In particular, the problems for the second-round of competition are like long journey of physics, beginning with fundamental physics of junior-high-school level, and ending with the forefronts of updated physics and technology. Contents:Part I: Theory:General PhysicsMechanicsOscillations and WavesElectromagnetismThermodynamicsModern PhysicsPart II: Experiments:How to Measure and Analyze DataPractical ExercisesAppendices: Mathematical Physics Readership: High school students and high school teachers, as well as undergraduates. Keywords:Physics Olympiad;Theoretical Exercises;Experimental ExercisesKey Features:A good collection of exercises in theory and experimentFrom fundamental physics to modern physics and technologyA good introduction to experimental skills

Asian Physics Olympiad 1st 8th

Author : Yongling Zheng
ISBN : 9789814271431
Genre : Education
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This book compiles all of the test problems and solutions from the 1st through the 8th Asian Physics Olympiad. Test questions of every paper consist of two parts, a theory section and an experiment section, before which minutes of teams and results of each competition are introduced. It is a rather desirable reference book for both students and teachers of international competition training as well as middle school student contestants.

International Physics Olympiads

Author : Waldemar Gorzkowski
ISBN : 9789814507103
Genre : Physics
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This volume is the first international collection of the best physics problems (both theoretical and experimental) given at the national physics competitions for high school students in different countries. The book introduces the short history of the International Physics Olympiad, the Statutes, the Syllabus, the statistical data including complete list of winners and a collection of national reports. Each of the national report will contains — as a main part — the best theoretical and experimental problems (with complete solutions) given at the national competition or at the training of the team before the international competition. Taking into account that at present the International Physics Olympiad involves about 35 countries, we are sure that the book will be interesting for everybody involved with physics education not only with the physics olympiads. Contents: History (W Gorzkowski)RulesAustrian Physics Olympiad (G Lechner & H Mayr)Bulgarian Physics Olympiads (M H Maksimov)Canadian Physics Olympiad (J Wylie & M J Crooks)International Physics Olympiad and Middle School Physics Competition in China (K-Q Shen & K-H Zhao)The Physics Olympiad in Colombia (F V Salamanca & L A Ladino)The Physics Competitions in Finland (M Ahtee & J O Mattila)Physics Competitions in Hungary (E Lugosi & J Szép)The Norwegian Physics Competition (I H Helstrup)Polish Physics Olympiads (W Gorzkowski)The British Physics Olympiad (C Isenberg & G Bagnall)and other papers Readership: High school physics students and teachers. Keywords:Olympiads;Competitions;History;Difficulty;Statutes;Problems;Statistics;Winners;Reports;Syllabus

Physics Problems With Solutions

Author : Octavian Radu
ISBN : 9737180313
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Princeton Problems In Physics With Solutions

Author : Nathan Newbury
ISBN : 9781400873142
Genre : Science
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Aimed at helping the physics student to develop a solid grasp of basic graduate-level material, this book presents worked solutions to a wide range of informative problems. These problems have been culled from the preliminary and general examinations created by the physics department at Princeton University for its graduate program. The authors, all students who have successfully completed the examinations, selected these problems on the basis of usefulness, interest, and originality, and have provided highly detailed solutions to each one. Their book will be a valuable resource not only to other students but to college physics teachers as well. The first four chapters pose problems in the areas of mechanics, electricity and magnetism, quantum mechanics, and thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, thereby serving as a review of material typically covered in undergraduate courses. Later chapters deal with material new to most first-year graduate students, challenging them on such topics as condensed matter, relativity and astrophysics, nuclear physics, elementary particles, and atomic and general physics.

The Science Of Energy

Author : Roger G. Newton
ISBN : 9789814401197
Genre : Science
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This book aims to describe the scientific concepts of energy. Accessible to readers with no scientific education beyond high-school chemistry, it starts with the basic notion of energy and the fundamental laws that govern it, such as conservation, and explains the various forms of energy, such as electrical, chemical, and nuclear. It then proceeds to describe ways in which energy is stored for very long times in the various fossil fuels (petroleum, gas, coal) as well as for short times (flywheels, pumped storage, batteries, fuel cells, liquid hydrogen). The book also discusses the modes of transport of energy, especially those of electrical energy via lasers and transmission lines, as well as why the latter uses alternating current at high voltages. The altered view of energy introduced by quantum mechanics is also discussed, as well as how almost all the Earth's energy originates from the Sun. Finally, the history of the forms of energy in the course of development of the universe is described, and how this form changed from pure radiation in the aftermath of the Big Bang to the creation of all the chemical elements in the world.

Solving Problems In Geometry

Author : Kim Hoo Hang
ISBN : 9789814583763
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This new volume of the Mathematical Olympiad Series focuses on the topic of geometry. Basic and advanced theorems commonly seen in Mathematical Olympiad are introduced and illustrated with plenty of examples. Special techniques in solving various types of geometrical problems are also introduced, while the authors elaborate extensively on how to acquire an insight and develop strategies in tackling difficult geometrical problems. This book is suitable for any reader with elementary geometrical knowledge at the lower secondary level. Each chapter includes sufficient scaffolding and is comprehensive enough for the purpose of self-study. Readers who complete the chapters on the basic theorems and techniques would acquire a good foundation in geometry and may attempt to solve many geometrical problems in various mathematical competitions. Meanwhile, experienced contestants in Mathematical Olympiad competitions will find a large collection of problems pitched at competitions at the international level, with opportunities to practise and sharpen their problem-solving skills in geometry. Request Inspection Copy

High School Mechanics

Author : Renato Brito Bastos
ISBN : 1539575934
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This is the volume 1 of a collection in 3 volumes named Mechanics for Olympiads. Along this book, the author Renato Brito discusses Newton's Laws under a new perspective among the other mechanics books: analyzes in both Inertial and Non-Inertial frame of Reference, the whole Newtonian Dynamics of rectilinear and curvilinear movements, both in absence and in the presence of friction, exploring the most varied geometric Constraints. The Einstein's Equivalence Principle, approached in this book in a very didactic and instructive way, it is a fantastic tool for solving complex problems on Newtonian Dynamics because it both provides the student a new vision of Newton's laws, as well as resolutions very faster and more elegant. The Chapter on Kinematic brings 150 fantastic problems exploring all kinds of movements and all possible classes of problems. The vast majority of them are fully solved in the end of the book. The book includes a chapter on Safety Parabola (Rare content, full theory, all features, many solved problems as also training problems) as well as other special appendix on Geometrical Constraints (rare content). The physics student who dominates the analysis of problems on Newtonian Dynamics on both Inertial and Non-Inertial frame of Reference certainly has a great advantage in his favor, taking great advantage in Physics Olympiads as also in High Level competition exams. This book has an absolutely practical and didactic approach, well suited for the study self-taught. In addition to a rich, clear and didactic theory, it also contains more than 340 solved and discussed problems, being an almost mandatory reading for all those wishing success in the Olympics of physics worldwide.

200 Puzzling Physics Problems

Author : P. Gnädig
ISBN : 9781107393745
Genre : Science
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This book will strengthen a student's grasp of the laws of physics by applying them to practical situations, and problems that yield more easily to intuitive insight than brute-force methods and complex mathematics. These intriguing problems, chosen almost exclusively from classical (non-quantum) physics, are posed in accessible non-technical language requiring the student to select the right framework in which to analyse the situation and decide which branches of physics are involved. The level of sophistication needed to tackle most of the two hundred problems is that of the exceptional school student, the good undergraduate, or competent graduate student. The book will be valuable to undergraduates preparing for 'general physics' papers. It is hoped that even some physics professors will find the more difficult questions challenging. By contrast, mathematical demands are minimal, and do not go beyond elementary calculus. This intriguing book of physics problems should prove instructive, challenging and fun.

Competitive Physics

Author : Jinhui Wang (Former Physics Olympiad student)
ISBN : 981323394X
Genre : Physics
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Minimalistic arguments -- Infinitesimal elements -- Kinematics -- Translational dynamics -- Rotational dynamics -- Energy and momentum -- Statics -- Orbital mechanics -- Fluids -- Oscillations -- Non-inertial frames -- Lagrangian mechanics -- Waves -- Interference

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