Knowledge of the most essential phenomena and related quantities and units in mechanics. Capability to analyse, when guided qualitatively and quantitatively simple cases related phenomena similar to discussed examples.
In addition capability to apply the principles to new situations. Can use the terminology and models in presentations of justified qualitative and quantitative analyses of phenomena
In addition versatile, fluent ability to analyse phenomena qualitatively and quantitaively realizing the limitations related to theories in use.
Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Randall D. Knight, Pearson, 3. or 4. Edition
Technical Formulas, Tammertekniikka
Lecture material on the Moodle site
classroom teaching/ online teaching
weekly exams and final exam
The course is graded on a scale of 0-5.
There are two options for evaluating the course. You can also use the both options, in which case the better grade will remain in effect:
1. Option: The grade consists of the sum of points for the weekly tests, the measurement task, the assignment and the final exam and homework.
Week exams: 2 x 6 p = 12 p
Group assignments: 2 x 6 p = 12 p
Homework: 6 p (15% = 1p, 30% = 2p, ...., 90% = 6p)
Final exam: 30 p
2. Option: Only the final exam with double points: 2 x 30 p
The preliminary score limits are:
Grade 1: 20-28 p
Grade 2: 29-36 p
Grade 3: 37-44 p
Grade 4: 45-52 p
Grade 5: 53-60 p
30.08.2021 - 17.10.2021
02.07.2021 - 31.08.2021
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Environmental Engineering, Open University of Applied Sciences
TAMK Main Campus
Weekly tests are held approximately every four weeks. Weekly exams cannot be renewed. The exact updated schedule in the Moodle.
Resits can be found in Pakki.
More detailed schedule in Moodle.