International Young Physicists' Tournament 2014: Problems and Solutions
By: Sihui Wang (author), Wenli Gao (author)Paperback
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International Young Physicists' Tournament (IYPT), is one of the most prestigious international physics contests among high school students. This book is based on the solutions of 2014 IYPT problems. The authors are undergraduate students who participated in the CUPT (Chinese Undergraduate Physics Tournament). It is intended as a college level solution to the challenging open-ended problems. It provides original, quantitative solutions in fulfilling seemingly impossible tasks. This book is not limited to the tasks required by the problems and it is not confined to the models and methods in present literatures. Many of the articles include modification and extension to existing models in references, or derivation and computation based on fundamental physics. This book provides quantitative solutions to practical problems in everyday life.This is a good reference book for undergraduates, advanced high-school students, physics educators and curious public interested in the intriguing phenomena in daily life.
Problems: Invent Yourself; Hologram; Twisted Rope; Ball Sound; Loaded Hoop; Bubble Crystal; Pot-in-Pot Refrigerator; Freezing Droplets; Coefficient of Diffusion; Cold Balloon; Rotating Saddle; Rubber Motor; Oil Stars; Magnetic Brakes;
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