Lecturer(s)


Hach Lubos, Dr. Ing. Ph.D.

Course content

Particle mechanics Linear motions  curve line motions  position, speed and acceleration in vector form  Newton´s motion laws  momentum of a particle, impulse, work, energy, power  law of energy conservation  motion in central forces field Set of particles mechanics Momentum of force  angular momentum  equations of motion  laws of energy and momentum conservation Solid body mechanics Composition of forces  conditions of static balance  mass centre  rotational motion  pendulum  friction Deformation of bodies Elastic and permanent deformation  deformation in tension, pressure and sliding  two bodies impact Electrostatics Electric charge  Coulomb law  electric field  Gauss´ law  potential energy and electric field potential  capacity  conductor in electrostatic field  dielectrics  fracture of electric force lines at environment boundary  energy concentrated in electrostatic field Electric current Electric current  electric resistance  electric current energy  electromotive force  Kirchhoff laws  RC circuit  semiconductors  current conduction in liquid and gas

Learning activities and teaching methods

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

Learning outcomes

The aim of this course is to provide students with basics of physical tools with respect to their study field.
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
1) The examination has written and oral part. Both parts are assessed together. 2) Reference materials of any type can be used at the test, although a good knowledge of physical relations is essential at the oral examination. 3) The stress is put on the understanding of a given problem and on the ability to apply the acquired information. 4) Knowledge of the terminology and information about individual fields in descriptive form is essential, but not sufficient to pass the examination. 5) Mathematical ability: Good knowledge of mathematic ability in the scope of subjects Mathematics I and Mathematics II is essential, due to the fact that the fundament of physics is mathematical formulation of natural processes (not general information on the latter). The stress is put on mathematical formulation of a given problem and on the demonstration of the ability to work with a given formula. However, a detailed calculation is not required. The errors in calculation caused otherwise than by incomprehension or by essential lack of mathematical ability, have no decisive power in terms of the performance evaluation..

Recommended literature


Halliday D.,Resnick R.,Walker J. Fyzika. VUTIUM Prometheus Brno, 2001. ISBN 8021418699.

Horák Z, Krupka F. Fyzika. SNTL Praha, 1981.

Sedlák B.,Štoll I. Elektřina a magnetismus. Academia Praha, 2002.

Svoboda E. a kol. Přehled středoškolské fyziky. Prométheus, 2006.

Zajíc J. Fyzika II. UPa, 2004.
