- Mechanics (Greek Ìç÷áíéêÞ) is the branch of physics concerned with the
behaviour of physical bodies when subjected to forces or
displacements, and the subsequent effect of the bodies on their
The discipline has its roots in the old Greece where people like
Aristotle studied the way bodies behaved when they were thrown through
the air (e.g. a stone). However it was Galileo, Kepler and especially
Newton who lay the foundation for much of the so called Newtonian
mechanics we know today.
- Did you know that the greater the difference between the number of windings in the respective coils, the greater is the difference between their voltages?