# General Physics (153 – Sensor and diagnostic electronic systems)

Type: Normative

Department: physical and biomedical electronics

## Curriculum

Semester | Credits | Reporting |

1 | 6 | Exam |

2 | 7 | Exam |

## Lectures

Semester | Amount of hours | Lecturer | Group(s) |

1 | 48 | ФеM-11, ФеM-12 | |

2 | 48 | ФеM-11, ФеM-12 |

## Practical

Semester | Amount of hours | Group | Teacher(s) |

1 | 32 | ФеM-11 | |

ФеM-12 | |||

2 | 48 | ФеM-11 | |

ФеM-12 | Maksymych V. М., Maksymych V. М. |

## Опис навчальної дисципліни

1 semester

Physics is the foundation of science and engineering education. Therefore, the main task of teaching the course is to expand students’ understanding of natural phenomena and prepare for the successful study of special disciplines based on the use of basic laws of physics.

The first section of the course studies the basic laws of movement of bodies in space (classical mechanics) and the laws of interaction of electric charges in the electric field created by them (electricity). Teaching of the course is realized in the joint use of the lecture course with lecture demonstrations, solving problems in practical classes and in independent work of students, conducting experimental research in laboratory classes.

To successfully master the subject, students need knowledge of school courses in mathematics, physics and chemistry, as well as analytical geometry and mathematical analysis, which are taught to them in parallel with the study of physics.

Learning outcomes:

know:

Laws describing the phenomena of classical mechanics:

a) the laws of kinematics;

b) the laws of dynamics of translational and rotational motion;

c) conservation laws in mechanics.

Laws of electrostatic interaction in vacuum and different media.

Laws of direct electric currents.

be able:

Solve problems from the studied sections of physics.

Conduct experimental research in mechanics and electricity, assess the reliability of the results of experiments.

Explain the possibilities of practical use of the studied physical phenomena in modern devices and mechanisms.

2nd semester

The course is a continuation of the teaching of general physics, which students studied in the first semester.

The study of the section “Electromagnetism”, in particular, the phenomena arising in the magnetic field, the problems of mutual transformation of electric and magnetic fields, the basics of Maxwell’s theory of the electromagnetic field.

The study of oscillations and waves analyzes the occurrence of mechanical oscillations and waves in elastic media, as well as the analysis of phenomena associated with electric oscillations and electromagnetic waves. The problems of practical use of alternating electromagnetic fields in technology are considered.

The study of the subject is based on the use of higher mathematics by conducting lectures with lecture demonstrations, laboratory experiments and solving problems in practical classes and in independent work of students.

Learning outcomes:

know:

Laws describing electromagnetic phenomena.

The main patterns of processes that cause the appearance of oscillating phenomena.

Laws describing elastic waves.

Laws describing electromagnetic waves.

Regularities of problems that arise in the practical use of oscillations and waves of different nature.

be able:

Solve problems from the studied sections of physics.

Conduct experimental research on electromagnetism and physics of oscillatory and wave processes, evaluate the reliability of the obtained experimental results.

Explain the features of the practical use of the studied physical phenomena.