Course Details

# Physics

BBA001 course is part of 5 study plans

BPC-SI Winter Semester 1st year

BPC-MI Winter Semester 1st year

BPC-EVB Winter Semester 1st year

BPA-SI Winter Semester 1st year

BKC-SI Winter Semester 1st year

Partition of physics, field, mass, kinematics of a point mass, dynamics of a point mass, dynamics of a rigid body, hydromechanics, vibrations and waves.

Course Guarantor

doc. Mgr. Ivo Kusák, Ph.D.

Institute

Institute of Physics

Objective

To obtain the elementary know ledges and practical acquaintances in physics sphere: kinematics and dynamics of substantial point, mechanics of solid figure, hydromechanics and mechanics flash and wave.

Knowledge

To obtain the elementary know ledges and practical acquaintances in physics sphere: kinematics and dynamics of substantial point, mechanics of solid figure, hydromechanics and mechanics flash and wave.

Syllabus

1.week: Motion of particle. Instantaneous velocity. Instantaneous acceleration. Analysis of vector of acceleration
2.week: General motion. Uniform circular motion. Circular motion with uniform angular acceleration.
3.week: Dynamic of particle. Newton’s laws of motion. Solution of equation of motion. Motion in no inertial frame works.
4.week: Work, Power. Potential energy. Kinetic energy. The law of conservation of mechanical energy.
5.week: Impulse of force. Moment of force. Moment of momentum. Continuity between moment of force and moment of omentum.
6.week: Mass and momentum of a system of particles, external and internal forces. Moment of internal forces. Center of mass.
7.week: First impulse principle. Second impulse principle. Totally rigid body, force in rigid body. Couples forces.
8.week: Kinetic energy of rigid body. Moment of inertia. Work and power by circular motion of rigid body.
9.week: Pascal’s principle. Hydrostatic pressure. Archimedes principle. Surface tension.
10.week: Equation of continuity. Principle of fluid momentum. Bernoulli’s equation.
11.week: Free harmonic oscillations. Energy of harmonic oscillations.
12.week: Damped oscillations. Forced oscillations.
13.Week: Wave. Equation of displacement. Wave equation.

Prerequisites

Knowledge of physics and mathematics at a level of highschool.

Language of instruction

Czech, English

Credits

5 credits

Semester

winter

Forms and criteria of assessment

course-unit credit and examination

Specification of controlled instruction, the form of instruction, and the form of compensation of the absences

Extent and forms are specified by guarantor’s regulation updated for every academic year.

Offered to foreign students

To offer to students of all faculties

Course on BUT site

https://www.vut.cz/en/students/courses/detail/252784

Lecture

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Syllabus

1.week: Motion of particle. Instantaneous velocity. Instantaneous acceleration. Analysis of vector of acceleration
2.week: General motion. Uniform circular motion. Circular motion with uniform angular acceleration.
3.week: Dynamic of particle. Newton’s laws of motion. Solution of equation of motion. Motion in no inertial frame works.
4.week: Work, Power. Potential energy. Kinetic energy. The law of conservation of mechanical energy.
5.week: Impulse of force. Moment of force. Moment of momentum. Continuity between moment of force and moment of omentum.
6.week: Mass and momentum of a system of particles, external and internal forces. Moment of internal forces. Center of mass.
7.week: First impulse principle. Second impulse principle. Totally rigid body, force in rigid body. Couples forces.
8.week: Kinetic energy of rigid body. Moment of inertia. Work and power by circular motion of rigid body.
9.week: Pascal’s principle. Hydrostatic pressure. Archimedes principle. Surface tension.
10.week: Equation of continuity. Principle of fluid momentum. Bernoulli’s equation.
11.week: Free harmonic oscillations. Energy of harmonic oscillations.
12.week: Damped oscillations. Forced oscillations.
13.Week: Wave. Equation of displacement. Wave equation.

Guided consultation in combined form of studies

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, elective

Exercise

13 weeks, 2 hours/week, compulsory

Syllabus

Week 1: instructions - introduction to methods of measurement, calculation methods, roles for an entire semester (cyclic tasks for pairs of students familiar with the safety regulations for work on electrical installations in student labs)
Week 2 first laboratory measurement tasks according to the schedule
Week 3 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 4 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 5 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 6 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 7 consultation, corrections, measurement of errorneous exercises
Week 8 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 9 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 10 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 11 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 12 following measurements according to schedule and commit the previous measurements and calculated examples
Week 13 exam and submission of the minutes of the previous measurements, credit
Topics and content of laboratory exercises:
Radius of curvature of spherical surfaces and dioptric power as found by means of the spherometer
Surface area as determined by calculation and with a planimeter
Density of solids as determined by the direct method and the hydrostatic balance
Modulus of elasticity in tension as determined by direct method
Modulus of elasticity in tension as measured tensometrically and mechanically by static method from deflection
Modulus of elasticity in tension as determined by oscillations of a bar
Modulus of elasticity in shear as determined by direct method
Modulus of elasticity in shear as determined by dynamic method
Local acceleration of gravity as determined by reversion pendulum
Determining the moment of inertia from the physical pendulum’s swing period
Moment of inertia as determined by torsial vibration
Surface tension of liquids as determined by torsion balance
Viscosity determined by Stokes viscosimeter