Option B: Engineering Physics
Unit Notes
Rotational kinematics (pptx) KEY for problems within above ppt Practice problems worksheet (.docx) KEY (.pdf) Rotational kinematics additional practice questions (pptx) Rotational Dynamics: Torque (pptx) Moment of Inertia (pptx) Angular momentum (pptx) Rotational kinetic energy (pptx) Rotational Mechanics IB Q packet (.docx) KEY 

Assessment Statements B.1
B.1.1

Define the following: Angular displacement; angular velocity; angular acceleration

B.1.2

State the relationship between tangential velocity and angular velocity

B.1.3

State the equations of rotational motion for uniform angular acceleration.

B.1.4

Solve problems using each of the equations of rotational motion for uniform angular acceleration.

B.1.5

Explain, conceptually and quantitatively, the concept of Torque

B.1.6

Explain the concept of Moment of Inertia

B.1.7

Describe what it means to be in rotational equilibrium and what it means to be in translational equilibrium.

B.1.8

State Newton's 2nd law of motion as it applies to rotational motion.

B.1.9

Solve problems involving torque, moment of inertia, and angular acceleration

B.1.10

Solve problems involving objects in rotational equilibrium and involving objects in translational equilibrium

B.1.11

Sketch and interpret graphs showing rotational motion: angular displacementtime, angular velocitytime, and torquetime

B.1.12

Solve problems involving rolling without slipping

B.1.13

State the law of conservation of angular momentum

B.1.14

Solve problems involving angular momentum and the conservation of angular momentum

B.1.15

Explain the ideas of rotational kinetic energy and the concept of the conservation of mechanical energy as it applies to linear and rotational systems

B.1.16

Solve problems involving rotational kinetic energy and the conservation of mechanical energy for systems that involve, among other forms, rotational kinetic energy

B.1.17

Explain the concepts of work and power as it applies to rotational motion

B.1.18

Solve problems involving rotational energy, work, and power
