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Fys2 Energia (3 cr)

Code: TZLF2300-3043

General information


Enrollment

01.11.2022 - 05.01.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 19.05.2023

Number of ECTS credits allocated

3 op

Virtual portion

1 op

Mode of delivery

67 % Face-to-face, 33 % Online learning

Unit

Teknologiayksikkö

Campus

Pääkampus

Teaching languages

  • Finnish

Seats

0 - 50

Degree programmes

  • Logistiikka (AMK)

Teachers

  • Pertti Ahonen

Teacher in charge

Pertti Ahonen

Groups

  • ZJATLS22SMM
    Avoin amk, Logistiikka, Monimuoto
  • TLS22SMM
    Logistiikka - tutkinto-ohjelma (AMK)
  • 24.04.2023 09:45 - 11:15, Fys2 Energia TZLF2300-3043
  • 25.04.2023 13:15 - 14:45, Fys2 Energia TZLF2300-3043
  • 16.05.2023 10:00 - 12:00, Fys1 1. uusintatentti / Fys2 2. uusintatentti

Objective

Purpose:
During the course, you will learn the physic laws of conservation and the basics of oscillation. In addition, you will learn about physical measurements and the basics of error analysis. After the course, you will be able to apply this information to mathematics as a help in the study modules that you will later study in the degree program.

EUR-ACE Competences:
Knowledge and understanding 

Learning outcomes:
After completing this course, you will know the basic principles of work and energy in both linear motion and rotational motion.You will understand the laws of oscillation and, with your knowledge, understand the basic legalities and problems dealing with oscillation in your own profession.

Content

Linear momentum and impulse, elastic and inelastic collisions, angular momentum, conservation of mechanical energy, mechanical work, power and efficiency, kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, elastic potential energy, simple harmonic motion, damped oscillation

Oppimateriaali ja suositeltava kirjallisuus

Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.

Teaching methods

- lessons
- distance learning
- exercises
- learning tasks

Exam schedules

Exam and two possible resits. Dates will be announced in the beginning of the course.

Student workload

One credit equals 27 hours of work, which means that this course needs about 81 working hours.

Further information

Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5

Evaluation scale

0-5

Arviointikriteerit, tyydyttävä (1-2)

Sufficient 1
You are able to recognize phenomena and the models attached to the field of the course.
You can solve simple course related problems. You can read different kinds of tables and graphs to get the right information. Your calculations may have some mistakes.

Satisfactory 2
You are able to understand phenomena and the models attached to the field of the course.
You can solve basic problems with the help of examples. You can read different kinds of tables and graphs to get the right information. Your calculations may have some mistakes.

Arviointikriteerit, hyvä (3-4)

Good 3
You are able to understand phenomena and the models attached to the field of the course.
You can solve basic problems. You can read different kinds of tables and graphs and you are also able to produce them yourself. Your calculations may have some mistakes.

Very good 4
You are able to understand phenomena and the models attached to the field of the course.
You can solve challenging problems. You can read different kinds of tables and graphs and you are able to produce them yourself. You are also able to evaluate the assumptions and applicabilities of the models you are using. Your calculations are mainly right.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Excellent 5
You are able to understand phenomena and the models attached to the field of the course.
You can solve challenging problems. You can read different kinds of tables and graphs and you are able to make make them yourself. You are also able to evaluate the assumptions and applicabilities of the models you are using. You can apply your knowledge to new situations. Your calculations are right but may have some careless errors.

Qualifications

The course completion requires abilities to use basic functions and solve groups of equations. The ability to use coordinate systems is needed for solving motion and force related problems.