1. Kinematics of a particle.
1.1 Position, velocity and acceleration vectors.
1.2 Motion in 2 and 3 dimensions.Equation of trajectory. Projectile motion.
1.3 Intrinsic components of acceleration (normal and tangential accelerations).
1.4 Circular motion.
2. Dynamics of a particle.
2.1 Newton´s laws. Equations of motion.
2.2 Examples of forces: weight, spring orce, tension, contact forces, friction forces.
2.3 Transformations among systems of reference. Relative motion.
2.4 Forces in linear accelerated systems and circular motion.
2.5 Linear momentum. Angular momentum. Moment of forces.
3. Work and energy. (Conservative and non-conservative forces)
3.1 Work. Power.
3.2 Kinetic energy.
3.3 Conservative forces and potential energy.
3.4 Non-conservative forces.
4. Systems of particles.
4.1 Internal and external forces.
4.2 Center of mass motion.
4.4 Conservation theorems for a system of particles.Kinetic energy of a system of particles.
5. Dynamics of the Rigid Body.
5.1 Planar motion of the rigid body.
5.2 Moment of Inertia.Parallel axis theorem.
5.3 Angular momentum of the rigid body.
5.4 Planar motion equations.
5.5 Work of forces acting on a rigid body. Kinetic energy.
6.1 Simple Harmonic motion (force and energy).
6.2 Small oscillations.
6.3 Damped oscillations.
6.4 Forced oscillations. Resonances.
7.1 Pressure and density.
7.2 Hidrostatic equilibrium. Archimedes´principle
7.3 Bernoulli's theorem. Dynamic pressure.
7.4 Laminar and turbulent regimes.
8.1 Wave equation.
8.2 Plane waves.
8.3 Stationary waves.
8.4 Superposition and Interference.
8.5 Sound and light waves.