Introduction to physics
Physical quantities; units; vectors; scalars; coordinate systems. Kinematics. Dynamics. Mechanics of fluids. Heat and thermodynamics. Oscillations and waves. Electricity and magnetism. Optics; modern physics.
- Apply knowledge about physical quantities, units and coordinate systems
- Analyze and compute simple problems from kinematics and dynamics
- Explain basic phenomena in fluid mechanics
- Analyze simple thermodynamical systems
- Explain oscillating systems and wave phenomena
- Explain basic laws of electromagnetism
- Analyze and compute simple optical systems
- Explain phenomena in modern physics
Forms of Teaching
Lectures with examples and problems.Exams
ConsaltingOther Forms of Group and Self Study
|Type||Threshold||Percent of Grade||Threshold||Percent of Grade|
|Final Exam: Written||50 %||100 %|
|Exam: Written||50 %||100 %|
Week by Week Schedule
- Physical quantities; units; vectors; scalars; coordinate systems. Kinematics.
- Dynamics. Mechanics of fluids.
- Heat and thermodynamics. Oscillations and waves.
- Electricity and magnetism.
- Optics; modern physics.
- REMARK: The course is performed continuously for the first 5 weeks of classes.
[FER2-HR] Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and Computing - studyBridge Course (1. semester)
Matko Fizić (2008.), Klasifikacijski ispiti na tehničkim fakultetima, Element
Nada Brković, Planinka Pećina (2013.), Fizika u 24 lekcije, Element
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