Oscillations and Wave Mechanics, Atom and Nuclear Physics 5N00EI70-3002 01.01.2020-02.03.2020 3 cr(19LATE)+-
Learning outcomes of the course unit
- can use the basic laws of oscillation, wave and sound physics, and atom- and nuclear physics and apply observations of phenomena
- can reduce the problem into quantities and equations connected to various kind of oscillation and wave mechanics, atom and nuclear physics, and electromagnetic waves
- can solve and state arguments for problems based on the scientific and technical point of view
- knows the technical applications connected to electromagnetic waves
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Mechanics, Thermal physics, Flow mechanics, Electrostatics, electrical circuits and magnetism
The oscillation modes and mathematical modeling
Wave and sound physics
Structure of atom and energy levels
Basics of nuclear physics
Radioactivity and nuclear power
Student is able to use correct quantities and units for the topics, is able to analyze phenomena quantitatively and solve simple problems, which resemble examples given on the course.
In addition to exemplary problems, student is able to utilize the basic laws of oscillation, wave motion, atomic physics and nuclear physics in new situations and problems and is able to justify the solutions.
Student has a comprehensive understanding of the basic laws of oscillation, wave motion, atomic physics and nuclear physics. Student understands the interrelations between the laws and is able to use them in problem solving. Student is fluent in solving problems and can justify the solutions.