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In this closing lecture, Professor Lewin talks about some of the highlights from his early days at MIT. It ...Season Finale
Season FinaleIn this closing lecture, Professor Lewin talks about some of the highlights from his early days at MIT. It ...No links available 
This lecture is devoted to discussion of the wonderful Quantum world. Classical Mechanics, in spite of all ...
This lecture is devoted to discussion of the wonderful Quantum world. Classical Mechanics, in spite of all ...No links available 
The idealgas law is introduced, and the rate of momentum transfer from the gas molecules to the vessel wal...
The idealgas law is introduced, and the rate of momentum transfer from the gas molecules to the vessel wal...No links available 
Heat, conductivity, and thermal expansion are the discussed in this lecture. Both linear thermal expansion,...
Heat, conductivity, and thermal expansion are the discussed in this lecture. Both linear thermal expansion,...No links available 
Systems consisting of pendulums and springs can freely oscillate at their natural frequencies (also called ...
Systems consisting of pendulums and springs can freely oscillate at their natural frequencies (also called ...No links available 
The simple harmonic oscillations (SHO) of suspended solid bodies are related to their geometry. The torsion...
The simple harmonic oscillations (SHO) of suspended solid bodies are related to their geometry. The torsion...No links available 
This lecture reviews selected concepts previously covered in lectures 16 through 24: onedimensional collis...
This lecture reviews selected concepts previously covered in lectures 16 through 24: onedimensional collis...No links available 
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Static equilibrium is covered in this lecture, achieved only when the net external force AND net external t...
Static equilibrium is covered in this lecture, achieved only when the net external force AND net external t...No links available 
In this lecture, Professor Lewin covers the rate of change in angular momentum through the use of rolling m...
In this lecture, Professor Lewin covers the rate of change in angular momentum through the use of rolling m...No links available 
Doppler Effect, Binary Stars, Neutron Stars and Black Holes. Doppler shift is introduced with sound waves, ...
Doppler Effect, Binary Stars, Neutron Stars and Black Holes. Doppler shift is introduced with sound waves, ...No links available 

In the absence of a net external torque on an object, angular momentum is conserved. When an object oscilla...
In the absence of a net external torque on an object, angular momentum is conserved. When an object oscilla...No links available 
Angular momentum (a vector) is introduced. The rate of change of angular momentum is related to the torque ...
Angular momentum (a vector) is introduced. The rate of change of angular momentum is related to the torque ...No links available 
Rotating Rigid Bodies, Moments of Inertia, Parallel Axis and Perpendicular Axis Theorem. The moment of iner...
Rotating Rigid Bodies, Moments of Inertia, Parallel Axis and Perpendicular Axis Theorem. The moment of iner...No links available 
This lecture reviews selected concepts previously covered in lectures 6 through 15. Professor Lewin covers ...
This lecture reviews selected concepts previously covered in lectures 6 through 15. Professor Lewin covers ...No links available 
The momentum of individual objects can change in a variety of ways. Professor Lewin covers a number of topi...
The momentum of individual objects can change in a variety of ways. Professor Lewin covers a number of topi...No links available 
In this lecture Professor Lewin covers elastic and inelastic collisions, including a discussion on center o...
In this lecture Professor Lewin covers elastic and inelastic collisions, including a discussion on center o...No links available 
Momentum and its conservation during collisions is introduced. Kinetic energy can decrease or increase duri...
Momentum and its conservation during collisions is introduced. Kinetic energy can decrease or increase duri...No links available 
In this lecture, bound and unbound orbits are discussed. Professor Lewin begins with a description of escap...
In this lecture, bound and unbound orbits are discussed. Professor Lewin begins with a description of escap...No links available 
In this lecture, Professor Lewin displays how the conservation of mechanical energy can be used to derive t...
In this lecture, Professor Lewin displays how the conservation of mechanical energy can be used to derive t...No links available 
This lecture covers resistive forces such as air drag. It includes the viscous (linear in velocity) and pre...
This lecture covers resistive forces such as air drag. It includes the viscous (linear in velocity) and pre...No links available 
The concepts introduced are: work, conservative forces, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy...
The concepts introduced are: work, conservative forces, potential energy, kinetic energy, mechanical energy...No links available 
This lecture reviews selected topics previously covered in lectures 1 through 5. This includes: scaling arg...
This lecture reviews selected topics previously covered in lectures 1 through 5. This includes: scaling arg...No links available 
This lecture explores weight, perceived gravity, weightlessness, free fall, and zero perceived gravity in o...
This lecture explores weight, perceived gravity, weightlessness, free fall, and zero perceived gravity in o...No links available 
This lecture is about uniform circular motion. There is a constant radial acceleration (centripetal acceler...
This lecture is about uniform circular motion. There is a constant radial acceleration (centripetal acceler...No links available 
This lecture is all about motion of projectiles (if air drag can be ignored). The objects experience a cons...
This lecture is all about motion of projectiles (if air drag can be ignored). The objects experience a cons...No links available 
This lecture is about vectors and how to add, subtract, decompose and multiply vectors. Decomposing vectors...
This lecture is about vectors and how to add, subtract, decompose and multiply vectors. Decomposing vectors...No links available 
This lecture is an introduction to kinematics which ultimately leads (in Lecture 4) to trajectories in thre...
This lecture is an introduction to kinematics which ultimately leads (in Lecture 4) to trajectories in thre...No links available 
In this introductory lecture, Professor Lewin discuses basic units, dimensions, measurements and associated...Season Premiere
Season PremiereIn this introductory lecture, Professor Lewin discuses basic units, dimensions, measurements and associated...No links available

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