University of Guelph Physics Tutorials - What is Torque?
Excellent tutorial on the concepts of torque, angular acceleration, and rotational equilibrium.HyperPhysics - Torque
HyperPhysics - Free-Body Diagram
HyperPhysics - Newton's 2nd Law: Rotation
HyperPhysics - Torque Concepts
HyperPhysics - Lever Arm
University of Guelph Physics Tutorials - Free Body Diagrams
Includes an introduction to Free Body Diagrams, examples, self test and a Java demonstration.Monterey Institute - Applications of Newton's Laws
Multimedia presentation providing a very good treatment of free body diagrams in different situations. Very good for getting comfortable with this topic.PY105 Notes - Torque and rotational inertia
Well presented lecture notes introducing torque, moment of inertia, and 'Newton's 2nd Law for Rotation'.HyperPhysics - Right Hand Rule for Torque
HyperPhysics - Parallel Axis Theorem
University of Winnipeg - Torque
Torque concepts in summary.HyperPhysics - Precession Torque
HyperPhysics - Precession of Spinning Top
University of Winnipeg - Relation Between Torque and Angular Acceleration
Summary presentation of the '2nd Law of Motion for Rotation'.HyperPhysics - Terminal Velocity
HyperPhysics - Atwood's Machine
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