Study Programmes 2015-2016
General Physics: part II
Duration :
40h Th, 15h Pr
Number of credits :
Bachelor in business engineering5
Lecturer :
Pierre Deneye
Language(s) of instruction :
French language
Organisation and examination :
Teaching in the second semester
Units courses prerequisite and corequisite :
Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program
Course contents :
In this course we will deal with the following chapters : a)electricity, also included electromagnetism and b) modern physics. Here are the main topics that will be developed : 1. Electricity : electrostatics, electric current, electromagnetism (magnetic field, its sources, electromagnetic induction, alternating current) 2. Modern physics : quantum physics, atomic physics, relativistic physics
Learning outcomes of the course :
This course deals with a part of physics. As for the other part, it aims at giving students some knowledge of the fundamental laws that govern physical phenomena as well as physical procedures used in the industry. This course constitutes a prerequisite for the advanced applied sciences courses.
Prerequisite knowledge and skills :
Planned learning activities and teaching methods :
- Practical seances are organised with the support of teacher-assistant.
Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning) :
Multimedia presentation supported by an excellent reference textbook (see basic bibliography) which is adopted to teaching basic science to business engineers. A power point application will cover all the course and a syllabus with the copy of the transparencies will be available. The powerpoint application will be completed with numerous animations replacing lab experiments. As far as possible a real-life experiment will be presented in class. Many exercises and concept applications will be detailed during the course.
Recommended or required readings :
- Harris BENSON, "Electricité et électromagnétisme", (de Boeck-Université). - Harris BENSON, "Physique Moderne", (de Boeck-Université).
Assessment methods and criteria :
1st session assessment : a written examination with questions covering the whole course. It will tackle the theory a s well as the underlying applications. 2nd session assessment : idem
Work placement(s) :
Organizational remarks :
Contacts :
Pierre DENEYE, Dr
René Delhalle