Physics I Q
Principles on general physics, mainly classical physics
Improve the knowleadge on General Physics; from Mecahnics , electricity, magnetism vibrations and waves and modern Physics
Correct knowleadge of the physical process
Introduction to metrology (measurements, acuracy)
Getting familiar with particular devices
Developing scientific skills
Development and training on problems solving
Interlinking with other sort of instrumentation and other subjects like Mathematics andChemistry
Rui Filipe dos Reis Marmont Lobo
Weekly - 5
Total - 80
Secondary school 11th grade level knowledge of physics concepts.
Secondary school 12th grade level knowledge of mathematics.
Portuguese edition - Halliday, D., & Resnick, R. (1991). Fundamentos de Física (Vol. 1 & 2). Rio de Janeiro: LTC – Livros Técnicos e Científicos.
Halliday, D., Resnick, R., & Walker, J. (2005). Fundamentals of physics (7th ed.). New York: Wiley. (Chapters 1 to 15)
Any other text book on Genaral Physics which includes the programme contents at the undergraduate level.
1.The teaching method is based on a continuous student activity during the semester.
2.For the understanding of concepts and laws of Physics, a mixed approach, with both theory and experiment is followed .
3. In laboratory sessions, besides the demonstration and verification of Physics laws, emphasis is given to metrology.
Continuous involvement of the students (beyond lectures e laboratory sessions) through packages of exercises and laboratory guidelines available on Clip.
Motion of a particle, Dinamic of a particle, Work and Energy (revision)
Vibrations and waves
A more detailed syllabus can be found at "Documentação de apoio - Outros"