GENERAL PHYSIC

GENERAL PHYSIC

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Code
56692
ACADEMIC YEAR
2018/2019
CREDITS
6 credits during the 1st year of 8694 Sciences of architecture (L-17) GENOVA
SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR
FIS/01
LANGUAGE
Italian
TEACHING LOCATION
GENOVA (Sciences of architecture)
semester
1° Semester
Prerequisites
Teaching materials

OVERVIEW

The course  will deal with the classical mechanics and it aims at learning the physical laws and the mechanical principles. It will be attached a great importance to the process for stating the problems and a minor importance to the numerical solution.

AIMS AND CONTENT

Teaching methods

Lectures of theory  and of application for the statment and solution of numerical problems will alternate.  A very weight will be attached to the statment and literal solution of the problems.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

Reference: standard; dimensions; units; vectors; vector addition, dot and cross product of vectors.

-Kinematics: position an dispalecement vector; velocity and acceleration; frame of reference;  simple type of motion; relative motions.

- Dynamics of a perticle: force and mass; Newton’s laws.

- Some important forces: weigth; conctat forces; vincular forces; elastic force; impulsive force end momentum of a particle; power.

- Work and energy: the work-energy theorem and kinetic energy; conervative forces and potential energy.

- Dynamic of systems: center of mass; conservation of momentum of system of particles; work and energy for e systems.

- Rigid body: kinematics of rotation about e fixed axis; momentum of inertia; rotational kinetic energy; momentum of a force; angular momentum and conservation of angolar momentum of a rigid body; static equilibrium of a rigid body.

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

Halliday, Resnick, Krane   Vol. 1  Editrice Ambrosiana.

Ghettys, Keller, Skova Vol. 1   Mac Gaw Hill

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Exam Board

MARIO SANNINO (President)

ANDREA GIACHETTA

DARIO BARBERIS

LESSONS

Teaching methods

Lectures of theory  and of application for the statment and solution of numerical problems will alternate.  A very weight will be attached to the statment and literal solution of the problems.

EXAMS

Exam description

Written and oral examination

Assessment methods

The oral examination will be possible if only a mark over 14/30 was be achieved.