Course syllabus FYZ1 - Physics I (FA - SS 2019/2020)

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Course code: FYZ1
Course title in language of instruction: Fyzika I
Course title in Czech: Physics I
Course title in English: Physics I
Mode of completion and number of credits: Exam (6 credits)
(1 ECTS credit = 28 hours of workload)
Mode of delivery/Timetabled classes: full-time, 2/2 (hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week)
Language of instruction: Czech
Level of course: bachelor
Semester: SS 2019/2020
Name of lecturer: Mgr. Martin Čermák, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, supervisor)
Prerequisites: Mathematics
Aims of the course:
After finishing of the course students will be able to orientate in basic problems of classical Newtonian mechanics. They will be able to statistically process the results from physical measurements, mathematically work out basic exercises from kinematics and dynamics, and will understand the terms like the coordinate vector, velocity vector, acceleration vector, power, work, energy.
Course contents:
1.Basic physical terms (allowance 2/2)
a.Basic physical terms
b.SI units
c.unit conversions

2.Mathematical introduction (allowance 2/2)
a.summation of vectors and cross product
c.derivations and integrals

3.Measurement in physics (allowance 2/2)
a.statistical data processing
b.quadratic deviation
c.error propagation
d.Gaussian function

4.Mass point kinematics (allowance 2/2)
a.position vector
b.velocity vector
c.acceleration vector
d.tangential and normal acceleration

5.Circle movement (allowance 2/2)
a.angular velocity
b.angular acceleration
c.relationship between translational motion and circle motion

6.Dynamics of the massive point (allowance 2/2)
a.The first Newton law
b.The second Newton law
c.The third Newton law
d.Principle of superposition

7.Forces in physics (allowance 2/2)
a.gravitational force
b.frictional force
c.force acting on the body on the spring
d.the Lorentz force

8.Conservation laws (allowance 2/2) conservation law
b.momentum conservation law
c.angular momentum conservation law
d.conservative and non-conservative forces.

9.Momentum and energy (allowance 2/2)
b.mechanical energy

10.Harmonic oscillator (allowance 2/2)
a.periodic motion
b.kinetic and potential harmonic oscillator energy

11.System of the particles (allowance 2/2) of mass
b.elastic collisions
c.inelastic collisions

12.Dynamics of rotational motion (allowance 2/2)
a.moment of inertia
b.angular momentum
c.moment of force
d.Steiner's theorem

13.Gravitational field (allowance 2/2)
a.Kepler's laws
b.Newton's gravity law
c.gravitational potential energy

14.Liquid mechanics (allowance 2/2)
b.Bernoulli equation

Learning outcomes and competences:
Generic competences:
-Ability to analyse and synthesize
-Ability to apply knowledge
-Ability to communicate with professionals in different field of study
-Ability to create new ideas (creativity)
-Ability to solve problems
-Ability to work independently
-Basic computing skills
-Capacity to adapt to new situations
-Capacity to learn
-General knowledge
-Professional knowledge
-Quality concept awareness
-Science and research skills

Specific competences:
-Ability of mathematicall modelling of a simple nature or tehnicall process
-Ability to design and conduct simple experiment
-Ability to record and theoretically analyse the experimental data
-Capability of independent analysis of problems in mechanics, hydromechanics and thermodynamics
-Capability of independent analysis of simple problems in elementar electrotechnics and modern physics.

Type of course unit: required
Year of study: Not applicable - the subject could be chosen at anytime during the course of the programme.
Work placement: There is no compulsory work placement in the course unit.
Recommended study modules: -
Learning activities and study load (hours of study load):
Type of teaching methodDaily attendance
Direct teaching
     lecture28 h
     practice28 h
     seminar42 h
     consultation14 h
     preparation for exam70 h
     preparation for regular assessment14 h
Total196 h
Assessment methods:
To obtain the credit is necessary:
Active participation in seminars with a maximum of three absences.
Presentation of at least one homework in front of the class.
Obtaining at least 80% in the test.
Gain at least 60 credits, up to 100 credits can be obtained in the final test and others can be obtained for activity during the semester.

After obtaining the credit, the student can do the exam.
The course will end with an oral exam.
Recommended reading:
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RQHALLIDAY, D. -- RESNICK, R. -- WALKER, J. -- MUSILOVÁ, J. -- OBDRŽÁLEK, J. -- DUB, P.Fyzika: vysokoškolská učebnice obecné fyzikyBrnoVUTIUM ;200080-214-1868-0
RQHALLIDAY, D. -- RESNICK, R. -- WALKER, J. -- OBDRŽÁLEK, J. -- DUB, P.Fyzika: vysokoškolská učebnice obecné fyzikyBrnoVUTIUM ;200080-214-1868-0
RQKŘIVÁNEK, I. -- FILÍPEK, J.FYZIKA vybrané částiBrnoMendelova univerzita v Brně2011978-80-7375-533-1
RQBARTOŇ, S.Fyzika I v řešených příkladechBrnoMendelova univerzita v Brně2011978-80-7375-559-1
RQGASCHA, H. -- STEFAN, S.Kompendium fyzikyPrahaGrada2008978-80-242-2013-0
RQVÍTŮ , T. -- MALÁ, Z.Sbírka příkladů z fyzikyPrahaČVUT 2009978-80-01-04359-2
REFEYNMAN, R P. -- LEIGHTON, R B. -- SANDS, M.Feynmanovy přednášky z fyziky s řešenými příkladyHavl.BrodFragment200080-7200-405-0
REFEYNMAN, R P. -- LEIGHTON, R B. -- SANDS, M.Feynmanovy přednášky z fyziky s řešenými příklady : 2/3PrahaFragment200180-7200-420-4
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