Research topics in physics

one.
Aviation models of free flight.

2.
Acoustic noise and its impact on the human body.

3.
Alferov Zhores Ivanovich

4.
Albert Einstein is a paradoxical genius and “eternal child”.

5.
Andron collider: the myth of the origin of the universe.

6.
Anomalous properties of water

7.
Archimedes is the greatest ancient Greek mathematician, physicist and engineer.

eight.
Aspects of the influence of music and sounds on the human body.

nine.
Atmospheric pressure is man’s helper.

ten.
Atmospheric pressure in human life.

eleven.
Aerodynamics in the service of mankind

12.
ballistic movement.

thirteen.
Bathysphere

fourteen.
bioluminescence

fifteen.
Biomechanics of the cat.

sixteen.
Human biomechanics

17.
Biomechanical principles in technology.

eighteen.
Bionics. A technical view of wildlife.

nineteen.
Biosuit for flight to other planets.

20.
Biophysics. Vibrations and sounds

21.
Boomerang

22.
What is the secret of the thermos.

23.
VK. X-ray – discoveries, life path.

24.
Vacuum at the service of man

25.
Vacuum. Energy of physical vacuum.

26.
Introduction to the physics of black holes.

27.
Wind as an example of convection in nature.

28.
Relationship between polar lights and human health.

29.
Types of water pollution and purification methods based on physical phenomena.

thirty.
Types of car fuel.

31.
Types of noise pollution and their impact on living organisms.

32.
Visualization of sound vibrations in a Rubens tube.

33.
Vortex formations

34.
The contribution of Blaise Pascal to the creation of methods for studying the surrounding world.

35.
Contribution of M.V. Lomonosov in the development of physical science.

36.
Air humidity and its impact on human life.

37.
Air humidity and its impact on human health.

38.
Influence of external sound stimuli on the structure of water.

39.
The effect of loud sound and noise on the human body.

40.
Effect of sound on living organisms

41.
Effect of sound on sand. Figures of Chladni.

42.
Influence of sounds, noises on the human body.

43.
The effect of radiation from a cell phone on the human body.

44.
Influence of water quality on the properties of soap bubbles.

45.
Influence of laser radiation on the germination of pea seeds.

46.
Influence of magnetic and electrostatic fields on the rate and degree of germination of seeds of cultivated plants.

47.
Influence of a magnetic field on the germination of seeds of grain crops.

48.
Influence of the magnetic field on the growth of crystals.

49.
Effect of magnetic activation on the properties of water.

fifty.
The impact of magnetic storms on human health

51.
The effect of headphones on human hearing

52.
Influence of footwear on the musculoskeletal system.

53.
The influence of weather on the human body

54.
Influence of high-speed overloads on the human body.

55.
The impact of cell phones on human health.

56.
Effect of temperature on liquids, gases and solids.

57.
Influence of ambient temperature on the change of snow patterns on window glass.

58.
Influence of torsion fields on human activity.

59.
The impact of noise on the body of students.

60.
Water in three aggregate states.

61.
Water and magnifying glass

62.
Water extravaganza: fountains

63.
Hydrogen is a source of energy.

64.
water clock

65.
Aeronautics

66.
Magic snowflakes

67.
Soap bubble magic.

68.
Rotational motion of rigid bodies.

69.
Harmful and beneficial friction

70.
Time and its measurement

71.
Is it always possible to believe your eyes, or what is an illusion.

72.
Growing and studying the physical properties of copper sulfate crystals.

73.
Growing CuSo4 and NaCl crystals, studying their physical properties.

74.
High-speed transport driven and controlled by the force of the electromagnetic field.

75.
Pressure in liquids and gases.

76.
Solid body pressure

77.
Gifts of Prometheus

78.
Internal combustion engine.

79.
The Stirling engine is the technology of the future.

80.
Movement in the field of gravity.

81.
air movement

82.
James Clerk Maxwell

83.
Space flight dynamics

84.
Dynamic fatigue of polymers.

85.
Diffusion in home experiments

86.
Diffusion in nature

87.
Diffusion and jewelry

88.
Units of measurement of physical quantities.

89.
Women are Nobel Prize winners in physics.

90.
Live seismographs

91.
liquid crystals

92.
Life and achievements of B. Pascal

93.
The Life and Inventions of John Baird

94.
Life and creative activity of M.V. Lomonosov.

95.
The life and work of Lev Nikolaevich Termen.

96.
Life and works of A.F. Ioffe

97.
The dependence of the boiling time of water on its quality.

98.
Dependence of the coefficient of surface tension of engine oil on temperature.

99.
Dependence of water evaporation rate on surface area and on wind.

100.
The dependence of the resistance of the human body on the state of the skin.

101.
Mysteries of non-Newtonian fluid.

102.
Mysteries of the ozone holes

103.
Mysterious Möbius strip.

104.
Law of Archimedes. Swimming tel.

105.
Pascal’s law and its application

106.
The importance of the steam engine in human life.

107.
Igor Yakovlevich Stechkin

108.
From the history of aircraft

109.
Production of a working model of a steam turbine.

110.
Measurement of large distances. Triangulation.

111.
Measurement of air humidity and devices for its correction.

112.
Fluid Viscosity Measurement

113.
Measurement of the density of solids in various ways.

114.
Measurement of gravitational acceleration

115.
Heron’s inventions in the field of hydrodynamics

116.
Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci brought to life.

117.
The study of sound vibrations on the example of musical instruments.

118.
The study of free mechanical oscillations on the example of mathematical and spring pendulums.

119.
Study of the properties of permanent magnets.

120.
Ilya Usyskin – aborted flight

121.
Inertia is the cause of traffic violations.

122.
Isaac Newton

123.
Evaporation in nature and technology.

124.
Evaporation and moisture in the life of living beings.

125.
Evaporation and condensation in nature

126.
The use of thermal energy of a candle in domestic conditions.

127.
Study of atmospheric phenomena.

128.
Investigation of the motion of liquid drops in a viscous medium.

129.
Investigation of circular motion

130.
Investigation of the dependence of the period of oscillation of a body on a spring on the mass of the body.

131.
Study of surface tension.

132.
Study of the surface properties of water.

133.
Study of the thermal conductivity of fat.

134.
How to manage balance

135.
Quantum properties of light.

136.
Bell ringing from a physical point of view.

137.
Corrosion of metals

138.
space speeds

139.
space junk

140.
Cryogenic liquids

141.
Nobel Prize winners in physics.

142.
Leonardo da Vinci – artist, inventor, scientist.

143.
Chandelier Chizhevsky

144.
Magnetic fluid

145.
Earth’s magnetic field and its impact on humans.

146.
Magnetic phenomena in nature

147.
The world of weightlessness and overload.

148.
The world we live in is remarkably prone to fluctuations.

149.
Mobile phone. Harm or benefit?!

150.
DC motor model.

151.
Lightning rod

152.
Soap bubbles as an object of surface tension research.

153.
Nanobiotechnology in the modern world.

154.
Nanodiagnostics

155.
Nanotechnology in our life.

156.
Weightlessness

157.
On the use of wind energy.

158.
Ozone is an application for storing vegetables.

159.
Danger of electromagnetic radiation and protection against it.

160.
Determining the height of the terrain above sea level using atmospheric pressure.

161.
Determination of the coefficient of mutual induction.

162.
Determination of the coefficient of viscosity of a liquid.

163.
Determination of the coefficient of surface tension of water with various impurities.

164.
Determination of the density of an irregularly shaped body.

165.
Determining the conditions for the body to be in equilibrium.

166.
Determination of the center of gravity by mathematical means.

167.
Relativity of motion

168.
Obvious and incredible in the interaction of glass and water.

169.
P.L. Kapitsa. The appearance of a scientist and a person.

170.
The paradoxes of the teachings of Lucretius Cara.

171.
Swimming bodies

172.
Melting and solidification of bodies.

173.
Plasma.

174.
Plasma is the fourth state of matter.

175.
Density and buoyancy of the body

176.
Surface tension of water.

177.
Surface tension of water in space.

178.
Ebb and flow

179.
Application of the Archimedes force in technology.

180.
The use of ultrasound in medicine.

181.
Galileo’s principle of relativity.

182.
Simple mechanisms in agriculture.

183.
Gauss gun

184.
Radio waves in our life

185.
Radio receiver with adjustable volume.

186.
Development of wind energy

187.
Jet thrust

188.
Jet propulsion in the modern world.

189.
jet engines

190.
Resonance during mechanical vibrations.

191.
Robert Hooke and the law of elasticity

192.
The role of levers in a person’s life and his sporting achievements.

193.
Salt water properties. The sea is in my glass.

194.
Segner’s wheel

195.
Force of gravity

196.
Friction force.

197.
The force of friction in nature.

198.
Modern means of communication. Cellular.

199.
Creation of indicators of water flow, density equal to the density of water.

200.
Methods for determining body weight without weights.

201.
Water purification methods based on physical principles.

202.
Hydrofoils are one of the inventions of K.E. Tsiolkovsky.

203.
Secrets of the Leaning Tower of the Demidovs

204.
Is this an empty space vacuum?

205.
Filament temperature

206.
Heat pump

207.
Friction in nature and technology.

208.
Ultrasound in medicine

209.
Ultrasound in nature and technology.

210.
The phenomenon of genius on the example of the personality of Albert Einstein.

211.
Ferrofluid

212.
Physicist Gaston Plante.

213.
Physics of earthquakes and their recording equipment.

214.
Physics and room acoustics

215.
Tornado physics. A tornado in the service of man.

216.
Chemistry and color

217.
Tsunami. Causes of occurrence and physics of processes.

218.
Why is a diesel engine better than a gasoline engine?

219.
Experiments with non-Newtonian fluid.

220.
Energy: yesterday, today, tomorrow.

221.
Energy possibilities of the magnetohydrodynamic effect.

222.
Energy of the future

223.
Energy-saving lamps: “for” or “against”.

224.
Amber in physics.

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