Lecturer(s)


Janíček Petr, RNDr. Ph.D.

Zajac Vít, Mgr.

Drašar Čestmír, prof. Ing. Dr.

Steinhart Miloš, doc. RNDr. CSc.

Sajdlová Světlana, Mgr.

Course content

Basics of vector calculus, derivation, integral, SI units Kinematics Dynamics Mechanics of solid body, center of mass The Newton's gravitations law, field strength, work, potential energy Hydrostatics, law of Archimedes, Pascal's law Hydrodynamics, continuity equation, Bernoulli's equation Real liquids, viscosity Mechanical deformation, tension, Hook's law Vibrational motion, harmonic oscillator, forced oscillations, resonance Transversal and longitudinal waves, interference, Doppler effect. Temperature, measurement of temperature, thermal expansion of matter Introduction to kinetic theory of gases Heat capacity, calorimetry Electrostatics, Coulombs law, electric field Electric field in matter, polarization of dielectrics Charged conductor, capacity, motion of charged particles in electric field Electric currents, Ohms law, electrical conductivity, insulator, semiconductor, and conductor Kirchhoff's laws Magnetism  basic quantities Magnetic field of the conductor under current  Biot  Savart's law Magnetic properties of matter Lorentz force, mass spectrometer, Hall effect Force on conductor under current in magnetic field, electromotor Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, electric generator Alternating currents, transformer Quantum effects, structure of atom

Learning activities and teaching methods

Monologic (reading, lecture, briefing), Dialogic (discussion, interview, brainstorming), Work with text (with textbook, with book)

Learning outcomes

Introduce students into key topics of general physics  mechanics, electrostatics, electrodynamics, magnetism, electromagnetism, optics, and basics of quantum physics.
Subject broadens the high school knowledge and provides students with the basics of physics necessary for study of following subjects. Solution of advanced physical problems.

Prerequisites

Not specified.

Assessment methods and criteria

Oral examination, Written examination, Student performance assessment
Three exams in written form, (2 semester, 1 final exam), constitute cca 40 % of the final grade. Oral on 3 to 5 topics from the content of the subject.

Recommended literature


Cimpl. Z, Karamazov S. Fyzika I (první část), UPa skripta. 1995.

Halliday D., Rasnik R.,Walker J. Fyzika, VUTIUM Brno.

Tulka J., Pirkl S. Termika, UPaskripta.

Tulka J. Výpočtové úlohy z fyziky pro posluchače UPa, UPa.

Tulka J.,Pirkl S. Kmity a vlny, UPaskripta.

Tulka J.,Pirkl S. Výpočtové úlohy z fyziky (II)Elektřina a magnetismus, UPa. UPa.

Zajíc J. Fyzika II (Elektřina a magnetismus) UPa.
