Скачати 50.65 Kb.

Зміст Мodule 1 – Electricity and electric currentTotal (hrs) Total (hrs) 
Ternopil State Technical University Physics II Spring 2009 Course SyllabusCourse Overview Modern technology is based almost entirely on achievements of electrical engineering. These, in their turn, are the results of progress in our understanding of electrical and magnetic phenomena. The second part of the course of physics is devoted to the formation of an integral view on the present theories and developments of electricity and magnetism. To improve some practical skills and to illustrate important theoretical questions, parallel laboratory sessions will be arranged. Course goals By the end of the 2^{st} semester every student will/should be familiar with basic electrical and magnetic phenomena and laws, principles of modern technological solutions, experimental technics, solving applied problems on electricity, electric current, magnetic phenomena and electromagnetic waves properties. Recommended Textbooks: “Fundamentals of Physics” by D.Halliday, R.Resnick and J.Walker. “Light and Matter” by Benjamin Crowell, www.lightandmatter.com “Calculus Based Physics” by Jeffrey W.Schnick, creativecommons.org Course WebPage: http://www.tu.edu.te.ua/kafedra/physics/phys_PK2.htm Course Structure ^
Мodule 2 – Electromagnetism
*Every lecture, class or laboratory work lasts 1 hour and 20 min what is equal to two academic hours 2 semester Lectures  18 Laboratory sessions  38 Total workload (academic hours)  56 Independent work  79 2.1. Lectures
2.2. Laboratory sessions 1. Introductory session: safety measures, electrical measurements. Experimental techniques and electrical appliances. (4 hrs.) 2. Team work on demoassignment. (2 hrs.) 3. Work on individual assignments and problem solving (32 hrs.)

Syllabus  Syllabus  
Syllabus  Syllabus  
Syllabus  Course Syllabus  
Course Syllabus  Syllabus  
Syllabus  The syllabus of practical lessons 