Gas Laws explain the behavior of an ideal gas in terms of temperature, pressure, volume. The following are the some of the important gas laws: Boyle’s Law Charles ..
Pascal’s law states that A small force (F1) is applied to piston with a small area (A1) produces a much large force F2 on the larger piston. It is schematically ..
The problems of mechanics can be solved by Newton’s laws of motion. The three laws proposed by Sir Isaac Newton, described as follows. Newton’s First ..
If an object with a higher temperature comes in contact with an object of lower temperature, it will transfer heat to the lower temperature object. The objects will ..
The sliding of a solid body in contact with another solid body is always opposed by force of friction. Friction acts in the direction opposite to that of relative ..
The Grashof’s law states that for a four-bar linkage system, the sum of the shortest and longest link of a planar quadrilateral linkage is less than or equal ..
Hooke’s Law According to Hooke’s law for a small deformation, the stress in a body is proportional to the corresponding strain.” i.e., stress ∝ ..
The law of heat conduction is also known as Fourier’s law. Fourier’s law states that Fourier’s equation of heat conduction: Where, ‘Q’ ..
The available energy of a system decreases as its temperature or pressure decreases and approaches equilibrium to the surroundings. When the heat is transferred ..
The application of first law of thermodynamics process led to the establishment of a new property named internal energy (U), the application of the second law to a process ..
The Wien’s Displacement Law states that a black body having a wavelength (λmax) carrying the maximum energy is inversely proportional to the absolute temperature ..
Kepler discovered three empirical laws that accurately described the motions of the planets. The three laws of Kepler may be stated as, Kepler’s First Law: ..
Newton along with his three laws of motion, Newton published the law of gravitation in 1687. According to Sir Isaac Newton, Thus, the magnitude of the gravitational ..
Equation shown in the image is the Stefan-Boltzmann law. “P” is the power radiated by the ideal radiator and ‘σ‘ is is the Stefan-Boltzmann ..