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### Fundamental Physics Tutorial IIｂ(1.0 credits)

Code:10517
Course Type:Basic Specialized Courses
Class Format:Exercise
Course Name : Chemistry Fundamental and Applied Physics Automotive Engineering Automotive Engineering
Starts 1 : 1 Spring Semester 1 Spring Semester 1 Spring Semester 1 Spring Semester
Elective/Compulsory : Elective Compulsory Elective Elective
Lecturer : Bernard GELLOZ Designated Associate Professor

 •Course Purpose The aim of this course is to deepen students’ understanding of basic Physics of waves and optics, and to cultivate their ability to apply Physics knowledge. Problem solving methods are introduced. This tutorial focuses on mechanical and electromagnetic waves, as well as optics. Students will train on both conceptual understanding and problem solving. Understanding waves and optics is important as preparation for more advanced subjects, for example in quantum mechanics, chemistry, and engineering. •Prerequisite Subjects The three courses Fundamentals of Physics I, II and III. Since this tutorial is designed to accompany Fundamentals of Physics IV, it is highly recommended to register for this course too if you have not already passed it. •Course Topics - Review of mechanical oscillations (part of chapter 15) - Short introduction to electromagnetic oscillations (part of chapter 30) - Fundamentals of waves and mechanical waves (chapter 15) - Introduction to Maxwell’s equations (part of chapter 32) - Electromagnetic waves (chapter 33) - Images (geometrical optics) (part of chapter 34) - Optical interference (chapter 35) - Introduction to optical diffraction (part of chapter 36) •Textbook Fundamentals of Physics Extended 10th Edition International Student Version with WileyPLUS Set (John Wiley & Sons, 2010 ISBN-13: 978-1118230725) •Additional Reading Feynman Lectures On Physics (Vol. 2) by Richard Phillips Feynman (Pearson P T R) •Grade Assessment Online Assignments: 20%, Tutorial reports: 20%; quizzes: 60%. •Notes •Contacting Faculty

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