    Course module   NWIMOL012  Category   PB (Propaedeutic)  Language of instruction   English  Offered by   Radboud University; Faculty of Science; Moleculaire Wetenschappen;  Lecturer(s)     Academic year   2019   Period   KW2  (04/11/2019 to 02/02/2020) 
 Starting block   KW2  
 Course mode   fulltime  
 Remarks     Registration using OSIRIS   Yes  Course open to students from other faculties   Yes  Preregistration   No  Waiting list   No  Placement procedure    
     
At the end of the course the student can:
 solve collision problems
 understand the relation between translational and angular quantities of motion
 calculate motion of rigid bodies about a fixed axis
 apply force and torque analysis and solve simple static problems
 understand Kepler's laws and solve universal gravitational problems
 apply the principles of fluid mechanics


Serway/Jewett chapters 914:
 Linear momentum and collisions: center of mass, system of particles
 Rotation of rigid objects; angular momentum, torque, moment of inertia, rolling motion, conservation laws, gyroscopes
 Static equilibrium; force and torque analysis, center of gravity, elasticity
 Universal gravitation; Newton’s laws, particle in a field, Kepler’s laws, planetary and satellite motion
 Fluid mechanics; pressure and depth, buoyant forces, fluid dynamics, continuity equation, Bernoulli’s equation
Note: chapters in the newest version of the book are reorganized, but the content remains the same. 
  This is a course in the theme 'Physics and mathematics'. The contents covered by Mechanics 1A (MOL003) or 1B (NP019B/MOL003B) are required knowledge for this course. 
  Please review Serway/Jewett chapters 18 and 9.19.3, which are required knowledge for this course. 



Please review Serway/Jewett chapters 18 and 9.19.3, which are required knowledge for this course. 
Serway/Jewett chapters 914: • Linear momentum and collisions: center of mass, system of particles • Rotation of rigid objects; angular momentum, torque, moment of inertia, rolling motion, conservation laws, gyroscopes • Static equilibrium; force and torque analysis, center of gravity, elasticity • Universal gravitation; Newton’s laws, particle in a field, Kepler’s laws, planetary and satellite motion • Fluid mechanics; pressure and depth, buoyant forces, fluid dynamics, continuity equation, Bernoulli’s equation 
This is a course in the theme 'Physics and mathematics'. The contents covered by Mechanics 1A (MOL003) or 1B (NP019B/MOL003B) are required knowledge for this course. 
   Required materialsBookR.A. Serway en J.W. Jewett, Physics for Scientists and Engineers, with Modern Physics, Technology Update, Cengage Learning (BrooksCole), 9th edition, 2014. 
ISBN  :   9781305401969 
 BookThis is a redeveloped version of the "old" Serway/Jewett book. If you cannot purchase the old book (editions 8 or 9 are fine) anymore, please get this one. Content with respect to the lecture is virtually identical. 
ISBN  :   9780170355513 
Title  :   Physics for global scientists and engineers, Volume 1 
Author  :   R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett, K. Wilson, A. Wilson, W. Rowlands 
Publisher  :   Cengage Learning 
Edition  :   2 


Instructional modesTestsExamTest weight   1 
Test type   Exam 
Opportunities   Block KW2, Block KW3 


  
 
 