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Ryerson Physics for Architects

These are a few of the YouTube links to the students’ projects from the Physics in Architecture course – Fall 2009 – I taught at Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada. Each one of the projects had to show how physics concepts are applied to architecture and convince the viewers that knowing physics is important for architects. I am very proud of my students’ work. Enjoy watching!

1. Pascal’s Principle in Architecture

2. Noise Dampening Properties of Different Materials

3. Fundamental Principles of Physics in Construction

4. Earthquakes: Dampening Demo

5.  Physics of Sound in Architecture

6. Geodesic Dome

7. Rotating Building

8. Newton’s Laws Applications: Diagrids Structures Demo

9. Bernoulli’s Principle and Fluid Friction

10. Wind and Architecture: Wind Tunnel Effect Demo

11. Load Bearing Glass in Residential Structures Demo

12. Tower Cranes Demo

13. This Video Clip Has Been Removed by the Students

14. Thermal Bridging Demo

15. Geothermal Heating – Geothermal House Demo

16. Base Isolation During Earthquakes Demo

17. Surface area

18. E-Blinds (Smart Blinds – sustainability!)

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