Credits

5 cr

Person in charge

Ville KotimÃ¤ki

Course language

Finnish

No upcoming implementations. See the syllabus for more information.

Learning outcomes of the course

The student masters the laws of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and electromagnetism and he is able to apply his knowledge in engineering applications.

EA-KN EUR-ACE Knowledge and understanding: The students understand the physical principles of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and electromagnetism.

EA-EN EUR-ACE Technical analysis: The students are able to apply their knowledge to practical engineering problems.

EA-KN EUR-ACE Knowledge and understanding: The students understand the physical principles of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and electromagnetism.

EA-EN EUR-ACE Technical analysis: The students are able to apply their knowledge to practical engineering problems.

Course contents

Pressure and hydraulics, fluid mechanics, ideal gas, therodynamics and electromagnetism.

Prerequisites and co-requisites

Solving equations and systems of equations, the laws and applications of mechanics.

Assessment criteria

Assessment criteria - grade 1 and 2

Excellent 5: The student masters the mathematical modeling of dynamical systems and he is able to creatively apply his skills to new application areas.

Very good 4: The student masters the mathematical modeling of dynamical systems and he is able to apply his skills to the application areas covered during the course.

Good 3: The student masters the basics of mathematical modeling of dynamical systems and he is able to solve basic engineering applications.

Satisfactory 2: The student masters the basic concepts of mathematical modeling of dynamical systems but he has trouble with applications.

Adequate 1: The student is familiar with the basic concepts of mathematical modeling of dynamical systems but he has significant problems with applications.

Very good 4: The student masters the mathematical modeling of dynamical systems and he is able to apply his skills to the application areas covered during the course.

Good 3: The student masters the basics of mathematical modeling of dynamical systems and he is able to solve basic engineering applications.

Satisfactory 2: The student masters the basic concepts of mathematical modeling of dynamical systems but he has trouble with applications.

Adequate 1: The student is familiar with the basic concepts of mathematical modeling of dynamical systems but he has significant problems with applications.