The purpose of this course is to provide students with a convenient review of the basic physical concepts together with calculated examples and problems for individual calculation in order to increase accounting skills of students. This course includes eight chapters of fundamental physics course starting from mechanical oscillations, mechanical waves, electric field, magnetic field, geometrical and wave optics, ending with modern physics. Each chapter begins with a short theoretical introduction, selected basic equations then one example of solved problem and several problems for individual calculation. The course contains figures that make it easier to understand the context of problems as well.

The basic academic physics course intended for the students of the Faculty of Civil and Transport Engineering of the Poznan University of Technology.

It contains selected subjects of physics developed on the basis of some American academic books, particularly: D. Halliday, R. Resnick, J. Walker, „Fundamentals of Physics”. In particular, the elements of the following selected topics are presented: Newton’s laws, gravitation, mechanical rotations and oscillations, mechanical waves, electric and magnetic fields, Maxwell’s equations, electromagnetic waves, elements of wave optics, elements of Einstein’s special theory of relativity, some issues of modern physics such as the quantum nature of light, photoelectric effect, de Broglie waves, Schrödinger’s equation, Heisenberg’s uncertainty, barrier tunneling, trapping an electron in a potential well, scanning tunneling microscope (STM) and quantum dots (QD).

Materiały ceramiczne i kompozyty - ćwiczenia
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