Physics

The Physics in Everyday Life


When studying physics, especially at school, the notion one usually has is that not everything learned really has any practical use.

However, much of what is seen as the idealization of models has wide application in everyday life, from the physical activities we perform to the sophisticated equipment we carry, such as cell phones and watches.

To know some of these applications, visit the following links:

Mechanics

Kinematics

Dynamics

Static and Hydrostatic

Universal gravitation

Thermology

Thermometry

Calorimetry

Gas study

Thermodynamics

Dilation

Entropy

Optics

Light reflection

Refraction of Light

Spherical Lenses

Wave

MHS

Waves

Acoustics

Electromagnetism

Electrostatic

Electrodynamics

Magnetic field

Magnetic force

Magnetic induction

Modern physics

Quantum Mechanics (coming soon)

Relativity