Course Information
SemesterCourse Unit CodeCourse Unit TitleL+PCreditNumber of ECTS Credits
1PHYS101GENERAL PHYSICS I2+236

Course Details
Language of Instruction English
Level of Course Unit First Cycle
Department / Program MATHEMATICS
Mode of Delivery Face to Face
Type of Course Unit Compulsory
Objectives of the Course To teach measurable physical quantities, SI units, measurement sensitivity
and express physical quantities correctly.
To teach analysis of motion in one dimension: To teach position, velocity and acceleration and their relation to each other. To teach vectors and motion in two and three dimensions.
To teach Newton s laws of motion. To enable the students to identify the forces acting on a body and apply the Newton s laws to study the motion.
To teach circular motion, effect of friction and drag forces on the motion.
Course Content Physical quantities, their units and measurement, Vectors, Motion in one, two and three dimensions, Newton s laws of motion and their applications; Circular motion, friction forces and drag; Work and energy; Conservation of energy and its applications; Conservation of Momentum and its applications; Systems in equilibrium; Simple Harmonic Motion; Newton s law of Gravitation
Course Methods and Techniques
Prerequisites and co-requisities None
Course Coordinator None
Name of Lecturers Associate Prof.Dr. YUSUF SELAMET
Assistants None
Work Placement(s) No

Recommended or Required Reading
Resources Sears and Zemansky s University Physics, Yound and Freedman, 13th edition
Physics Vol.1, Resnick, Halliday and Krane, 6th edition
Mechanics, Berkeley Physics Course, Vol.1

Course Category

Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Activities are given in detail in the section of "Assessment Methods and Criteria" and "Workload Calculation"

Assessment Methods and Criteria
In-Term Studies Quantity Percentage
Midterm exams 2 % 30
Quizzes 10 % 10
Homeworks 10 % 10
Other activities 0 % 0
Laboratory works 0 % 0
Projects 0 % 0
Final examination 1 % 50
Total
23
% 100

ECTS Allocated Based on Student Workload
Activities Quantity Duration Total Work Load
Weekly Course Time 1 48 48
Application (Homework, Reading, Self Study etc.) 1 26 26
Laboratory 1 20 20
Exams and Exam Preparations 1 54 54
Total Work Load   Number of ECTS Credits 5 148

Course Learning Outcomes: Upon the successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
NoLearning Outcomes
1 To be able to identify physical quantities, their units, and be able to express other new physical using the known ones.
2 To be able to express the relation between position, velocity and acceleration, and use these consepts to describe the motion of objects in one, two and three dimensions.
3 To grasp the concept of force and Newton s laws of motion, and its application in analysis of equilibrium and motion.
4 To grasp the conservation laws and their importance in explaining natural and daily life phenomena.
5 To grasp the law of gravitation, Kepler laws and planetary motion.


Weekly Detailed Course Contents
WeekTopicsStudy MaterialsMaterials
1 Units and Measurement, dimesional Analysis H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
2 Motion in one dimension H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
3 Vectors and motion in two and three dimensions H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
4 Newton s laws of motion H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
5 Application of Newton s laws of motion H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
6 Work and kinetic energy, 1st MIDTERM H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
7 Potential Energy and Energy Conservation H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
8 Momentum, Impulse and Collisions H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
9 Rotation of Rigid Bodies H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
10 Dynamics of Rotational Motion H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
11 Conservation of angular momentum H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
12 Conservation of angular momentum H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
13 Equilibrium of rigid Bodies 2nd MIDTERM H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
14 Gravitation and planetary motion H.D. Young and R.A. Freedman, Sears and Zemansky s University Physics , Pearson Addison Wesley, San Francisco, 13th edition 2011
15 Final 1st week
16 Final 2nd week


Contribution of Learning Outcomes to Programme Outcomes
P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14
C1 4 4 4
C2 4 4 4
C3 4 4 4
C4 4 4 4
C5 4 4 4

Contribution: 0: Null 1:Slight 2:Moderate 3:Significant 4:Very Significant


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