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Long name | Physics 2 |
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Approving CModule | PH2_BaET |

Responsible |
Prof. Dr. Uwe Oberheide
Professor Fakultät IME |

Level | Bachelor |

Semester in the year | winter semester |

Duration | Semester |

Hours in self-study | 60 |

ECTS | 5 |

Professors |
Prof. Dr. Uwe Oberheide
Professor Fakultät IME |

Requirements | Functions (sin, cos, exp, ln) Equations and systems of equations (linear, quadratic) Analysis (differential and integral calculus) Linear algebra (2-/3-dim vector calculation) Differential equations Complex numbers Basic physical terms Kinematics, dynamics Forces, Newton's axioms Work, energy, energy conservation Momentum, momentum conservation Torque, angular momentum |

Language | German |

Separate final exam | Yes |

Tippler, Mosca; Physik (Springer Spektrum)

Giancoli; Physik Lehr- und Übungsbuch (Pearson)

Halliday, Resnick, Walker; Halliday Physik (Wiley-VCH)

Giancoli; Physik Lehr- und Übungsbuch (Pearson)

Halliday, Resnick, Walker; Halliday Physik (Wiley-VCH)

- Multiple choice and assignment questions to query fundamental concepts, relationships and analogies

- Free-text answers to query further knowledge and the basic understanding of physical relationships

- Preparation of sketches to test further understanding

- Application-oriented text tasks, whose solutions make it necessary to analyze and reduce the physical problems, select a suitable model and apply it mathematically.

- Multiple choice and assignment questions to query fundamental concepts, relationships and analogies

- Free-text answers to query further knowledge and the basic understanding of physical relationships

- Preparation of sketches to test further understanding

- Application-oriented text tasks, whose solutions make it necessary to analyze and reduce the physical problems, select a suitable model and apply it mathematically.

Mechanics

- Oscillations of mass-spring systems (free/forced, undamped/damped)

- Resonance behavior, quality factor, resonance curve

- Analogy of mechanical and electrical oscillation systems

- Superposition of oscillations (beat)

- Waves, wave propagation (longitudinal, transversal)

- Superposition of waves (interference), standing waves

- Mechanics of fluids and gases (Bernoulli)

Optics

- Huygens Fresnel Principle

- Reflection, total reflection, refraction, diffraction

- Doppler effect (classic)

- Geometric optics

Thermodynamics

- Kinetic gas theory, ideal gases

- thermal expansion, absolute temperature

- Fundamentall laws of thermodynamics

- Thermodynamic processes (isothermal, isobaric, isochoric, adiabatic)

- Oscillations of mass-spring systems (free/forced, undamped/damped)

- Resonance behavior, quality factor, resonance curve

- Analogy of mechanical and electrical oscillation systems

- Superposition of oscillations (beat)

- Waves, wave propagation (longitudinal, transversal)

- Superposition of waves (interference), standing waves

- Mechanics of fluids and gases (Bernoulli)

Optics

- Huygens Fresnel Principle

- Reflection, total reflection, refraction, diffraction

- Doppler effect (classic)

- Geometric optics

Thermodynamics

- Kinetic gas theory, ideal gases

- thermal expansion, absolute temperature

- Fundamentall laws of thermodynamics

- Thermodynamic processes (isothermal, isobaric, isochoric, adiabatic)

Recognize and apply analogies, e.g. mechanical / electrical oscillations

Derive and apply equations of motion from balances of forces or energies

Describe and explain wave propagation processes

Derive superposition of harmonic waves and calculate standing waves

Apply Bernoulli equation and determine state variables of the fluid

Derive thermomechanical state variables (pressure, volume, temperature) from the fundamental laws

Analyze physical problems, apply physical models and calculate with them

Derive and apply equations of motion from balances of forces or energies

Describe and explain wave propagation processes

Derive superposition of harmonic waves and calculate standing waves

Apply Bernoulli equation and determine state variables of the fluid

Derive thermomechanical state variables (pressure, volume, temperature) from the fundamental laws

Analyze physical problems, apply physical models and calculate with them

Type | Attendance (h/Wk.) |
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Lecture | 2 |

Exercises (whole course) | 2 |

Exercises (shared course) | 0 |

Tutorial (voluntary) | 0 |

keine/none

none

Presentation slides for the lecture

Collection of exercise tasks with solutions

Questionnaire to prepare the exam

Links to Internet resources with basic information

Collection of exercise tasks with solutions

Questionnaire to prepare the exam

Links to Internet resources with basic information

none

Error analysis

- Systematic and random measurement deviations

- Absolute and relative measurement deviations

- Graphical determination of the measurement deviations

- Calculated determination of the measurement deviations

- Error statistics (distribution, mean, standard deviation)

- Error propagation

Demonstration experiment

- Mathematical pendulum

Lab exercises

- Fall acceleration

- Spring constant, spring pendulum

- Damped torsional oscillation

Online lab exercises

- Forced torsional oscillation

- Systematic and random measurement deviations

- Absolute and relative measurement deviations

- Graphical determination of the measurement deviations

- Calculated determination of the measurement deviations

- Error statistics (distribution, mean, standard deviation)

- Error propagation

Demonstration experiment

- Mathematical pendulum

Lab exercises

- Fall acceleration

- Spring constant, spring pendulum

- Damped torsional oscillation

Online lab exercises

- Forced torsional oscillation

Analyze, modify and verify experimental setup

Record measurement data and create a simple log

Perform an error calculation and evaluate the measurement deviation

Evaluate, assess and compare measured data with expectation or known values

Create a structured report

Record measurement data and create a simple log

Perform an error calculation and evaluate the measurement deviation

Evaluate, assess and compare measured data with expectation or known values

Create a structured report

Type | Attendance (h/Wk.) |
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Practical training | 1 |

Tutorial (voluntary) | 0 |

keine/none

none

Documents to introduce the lab excerices incl. script for error calculation

Background information and task description of lab excerices

Questionnaire to prepare the lab excerices

Background information and task description of lab excerices

Questionnaire to prepare the lab excerices

Evaluation of the test report

80% of the measurement results correct

80% of the evaluation performed correctly

Discussion of evaluation available

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