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Code: | EEC0008 | Acronym: | FISI |

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Classification | Keyword |

OFICIAL | Physics |

Active? | Yes |

Web Page: | https://www.fe.up.pt/si/conteudos_geral.conteudos_ver?pct_pag_id=1639&pct_parametros=p_ano_lectivo=2011/2012-y-p_cad_codigo=EEC0008-y-p_periodo=2S |

Responsible unit: | Department of Physics Engineering |

Course/CS Responsible: | Master in Electrical and Computers Engineering |

Acronym | No. of Students | Study Plan | Curricular Years | Credits UCN | Credits ECTS | Contact hours | Total Time |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

MIEEC | 480 | Syllabus (Transition) since 2010/2011 | 1 | - | 8 | 87 | 216 |

Syllabus | 1 | - | 8 | 87 | 216 |

Teacher | Responsibility |
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Francisco José Baptista Salzedas | |

João Gama Oliveira | |

Maria José Fernandes Vaz Lourenço Marques |

Lectures: | 3,00 |

Recitations: | 2,50 |

Type | Teacher | Classes | Hour |
---|---|---|---|

Lectures | Totals | 3 | 9,00 |

João Gama Oliveira | 3,00 | ||

Maria José Fernandes Vaz Lourenço Marques | 3,00 | ||

Francisco José Baptista Salzedas | 3,00 | ||

Recitations | Totals | 18 | 45,00 |

Paulo Jorge Valente Garcia | 10,00 | ||

João Gama Oliveira | 10,00 | ||

Francisco José Baptista Salzedas | 7,50 | ||

Diana Maria Carreira Pires Urbano | 5,00 | ||

Maria José Fernandes Vaz Lourenço Marques | 7,50 | ||

Carlos Daniel Diogo Matias Pintassilgo | 5,00 |

b) To introduce the necessary mathematical tools;

c) To develop the ability to apply mathematics to problems of the real world of physics and engineering;

d) To include examples of application in order to show the results

CDIO Syllabus: 1.1; 1.2; 2.2; 2.4; 3.1

Students who successfully complete this course will:

-be capable of explaining basic physic phenomena in two different areas of Physics using appropriate vocabulary: Classic Mechanics and Thermodynamics;

- be capable of using the laws of physics to calculate physical quantity;

- be capable of explaining how some concepts explain everyday life situations and their application in engineering;

- be capable of working in a team, solving problems.

1- Introduction to Physics. Units, physical quantities and systems of measurement

2- Vectors and vector calculus

3- Newton’s laws of motion and applications

4- Static Equilibrium

5- Work, energy and energy conservation

6- Systems of particles and linear and angular momentum conservation laws

7- Motion of rigid bodies

II- THERMODYNAMICS

13- Temperature, thermal properties and thermal processes

14- Heat and the first law of thermodynamics

15- Kinetic theory of gases

16- Second law of thermodynamics and entropy

Paul A Tipler, Gene Mosca; Física, LTC, 2006. ISBN: 8521614624

Tipler, Paul A.; Physics for scientists and engineers. ISBN: 0-87901-432-6

Nussenzveig, Herch Moysés; Curso de física básica. ISBN: 85-212-0046-3 (vol.1)

H. Moysés ussenzveig; Curso de Física Básica 2 : Fluidos, Oscilações e Ondas, Calor, Eitora Edgard Blucher, 1997

Raymond A. Serway, John W. Jewett, jr.; Princípios de Física 1 : Mecânica Clássica, Thomson, 2004. ISBN: 8522103828

- THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL classes are divided into two parts:

- First part of the class: The professor presents the themes of the course and promotes discussion and problem solving

- Second part of the class: Problem solving by the students

Description | Type | Time (hours) | Weight (%) | End date |
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Attendance (estimated) | Participação presencial | 0,00 | ||

Total: |
- | 0,00 |

Students will not be admitted to exams (even if they have a passing grade in the continuous assessment component) if:

- they do not have a special status or attended to the course in previous years;

- they skipped more classes than allowed (25% of the practical-theoretical classes)

It will take place twelve theoretical-practical classes, so students can skip the maximum of three classes.

IMPORTANT: STUDENTS HAVE TO ACHIEVE A MINIMUM GRADE OF 8 OUT OF 20 TO COMPLETE THE COURSE.

- Students, who attended to the course in previous years, do not need to attend classes. However, students can opt to take the continuous assessment component, which is recommendable, yet irreversible.

- Students with a special status (working students, military personnel) do not need to take the continuous assessment component. Their assessment will be based on a final exam. However, students can opt to take the continuous assessment component, which is irreversible.

Students who attend classes in previous years:

- Do not need to attend classes, if they do not want to. IN THIS CASE, THEY SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL CLASSES.

- Can opt to take the continuous assessment component, which is an irreversible decision.

Working students, military personnel….

- They only need to attend to the final exam, which will worth 20 values. IN THIS CASE, THEY SHOULD NOT ENROLL IN THEORETICAL-PRACTICAL CLASSES.

- They can opt to take the continuous assessment component, which is an irreversible decision.

FM = FE + CA

FM (0-20) – Final Mark

FE (0-11) - Final Exam

CA (0-9)- Continuous Assessment: two evaluations: (1) a quizz of multiple choice-ten questions-and a problem of Classical Mechanics and (2) a problem of Thermodynamics

Note:

- Final exam is worth 55, 0% of the Final Mark (11 values), while continuous assessment is worth 45, 0% (9 values).

- STUDENTS HAVE TO ACHIEVE A MINIMUM GRADE OF 8 OUT OF 20 IN THE FINAL EXAM TO COMPLETE THE COURSE.

- In one of the theoretical-practical classes students will have to do a quiz of multiple choice and to solve a problem on Classical Mechanics (duration 1h30m), while in another theoretical-practical class, the students will have to solve a Thermodynamics problem (duration of 45 m). This component is worth 9 values (6 values per quiz+problem on Classical Mechanics + 3 values on the problem related to Thermodynamics).

2- STUDENTS WHO ATTENDED TO THE COURSE IN PREVIOUS YEARS

FM= Final Mark (0-20)

FE= Final Exam (0-11)

CA- Continuous Assessment mark (0-9)

CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT:

Quiz of multiple choice (Q):

- In one of the theoretical-practical classes students will have to do a quiz with ten questions, which will last about 45 minutes. The quizz will be followed by a problem, which will last about 45 minutes. Both the quizz and the problem will be about Classical Mechanics.

Final Exam (FE):

i) students are not allowed to use calculating machines

ii) students are allowed to use a form

Students can opt to take the continuous assessment component, which is an irreversible decision.

Students can have a meeting with the professors, as follows:

- doutor Paulo Araújo Sá: tuesday, from 10:00 to 11:30 at office I115;

- doutor Carlos Pintassilgo:, monday from 13:00 to 15:30 and tuesday from13:30 to 16:00 at office I115;

- doutor Francisco Salzedas:

- doutora Maria José Vaz: wednesday, from 11:00 to 13:00 and tuesday, from 10:00 to 12:00, at office F416.

- doutora Joana Oliveira: monday, from 13h30 to 18h30 at office F413

- doutor João Gama Oliveira:

- doutor Jorge Santos: wednesday from 16:00 to 19:30 and friday from 15:30 to 17:00, at

office F416;

- eng. André Gouveia:

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