Lecturer(s)


Novotný Jan, doc. PhDr. Ph.D.

Course content

Course contents: 1. Experimental and theoretical physics. Introduction to vector calculus. 2. Kinematics of a material point: Reference systems, types of motions. 3. Classical dynamics of a material point: laws of motion. Effects of forces, work, energy, impulse of force, momentum. 4. Rigid body: balance of forces and moments of forces, moment of inertia, energy. Shear friction and rolling resistance. 5. Types of deformations of bodies: tension, shear, torsion. Hooke's law. 6. Impact of bodies elastic and inelastic. 7. Hydrostatics, hydrodynamics: continuity equation, Bernoulli's equation. 8. Kinetic theories of gases. 9. Happens in gases, heat exchanges. Thermodynamic theorems. 10. Real gases. Thermal machines, thermal energy equipment.

Learning activities and teaching methods

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Learning outcomes

Physics as a science of the laws of natural phenomena is the basis of technical sciences and therefore also mechanical engineering. It results in a number of basic technical disciplines. The aim is to deepen the knowledge of students from secondary education to master other university applications.
Understanding and knowledge of basic physical principles Ability to understand and analyze real situations and problems, which is based primarily on experimental observations and quantitative measurements. The ability to find solutions to these problems by a finite number of physical laws, for the formulation of which a suitable mathematical apparatus is used.

Prerequisites

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Assessment methods and criteria

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Recommended literature


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Kvasnica, J. Matematický aparát fyziky. 1997.

Macháček, M. Encyklopedie fyziky. Mladá fronta, 1995.

Polák, J. Přehled středoškolské matematiky. Prometheus, 1995.

Svoboda, K. a kol. Přehled středoškolské fyziky. Prometheus, 1996.
