|Course Title||Code||Semester||L+P Hour||Credits||ECTS|
|Physics For Engineers||AEN 153||1||3||3||4|
|Prerequisites and co-requisites||Yok|
|Recommended Optional Programme Components||None|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Course Level||First Cycle Programmes (Bachelor's Degree)|
|Course Coordinator||Prof.Dr. Kadir AYDIN|
This course helps students become equipped with the basic knowledge of engineering physics and gain the ability to solve a variety of problems in physics.
Unit systems, speed and velocity, Newtons Laws, work and kinetic energy, momentum and its conservation, properties of fluids, temperature and ideal gases, heat flow and 1st law of thermodynamics, the effect of magnetic fields, Faradays law, magnetizm and matter, alternating currents
|1) Transforms the unit of length and mass of different systems|
|2) Describes the motion of the body axes independently|
|3) Relates the concepts of angular and linear|
|4) Explains the concept of equilibrium|
|Course's Contribution To Program|
|No||Program Learning Outcomes||Contribution|
Utilizes computer systems and softwares
Is equipped with a variety of skills and techniques in engineering.
Generates solutions for the problems in other disciplines by using statistical techniques
Designs a system, component or process so as to meet various engineering needs within technical, economic, environmental, manufacturability, sustainability limitations.
Comprehends visual, database and web programming techniques and has the ability of writing objective program
Examines and learns applications in an enterprise independently, makes critical assesments of problems, formulates problems and selects suitable techniques for solutions.
Leads the identification, development and usage of a product or production method.
Is aware of the need for lifelong learning and self-renew
Has effective oral and written English for technical or non-technical use
Uses computers very effectively, makes computer-aided drafting, designs, analysis, and presentations.
Improves constantly itself , as well as professional development scientific, social, cultural and artistic fields according to his/her interests and abilities identifying needs of learning.
Is aware of the technical and ethical responsibilities, has inquisitive and innovative quality
|1||One dimensional motion||Textbook Chapter 1 and 2||Lecture|
|2||Two and three dimensional motion||Textbook Chapter 3||Lecture|
|3||Newtons law||Textbook Chapter 4||Lecture|
|4||Aplication of Newtons law||Textbook Chapter 5||Lecture|
|5||Work and kinetic energy||Textbook Chapter 6||Lecture|
|6||Potential energy and conservation of energy||Textbook Chapter 7||Lecture|
|7||Momentum and its conservation||Textbook Chapter 8||Lecture|
|8||Mid-term exam||Lecture notes||Testing|
|9||Statics, properties of fluids||Textbook Chapter 11 and 16||Lecture|
|10||temperature and ideal gases||Textbook Chapter 17||Lecture|
|11||Heat flow and 1st law of thermodynamics||Textbook Chapter 18||Lecture|
|12||the effect of magnetic fields||Textbook Chapter 30||Lecture|
|13||Faraday Laws||Textbook Chapter 30||Lecture|
|14||Magnetizm||Textbook Chapter 31||Lecture|
|15||Alternating current||Textbook Chapter 33||Lecture|
|16-17||Final examination||Lecture notes||Testing|
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