Phys2 EnergyLaajuus (3 cr)
Code: TZLF2300
Credits
3 op
Teaching language
 Finnish
 English
Responsible person
 Pertti Ahonen, TLS, TLP, TRY, TRM
 Ville Kotimäki, TER, TKN
 Tuomas Huopana, TTV, TIC, TSA, TAR
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.
EURACE 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
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.
Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)
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.
Assessment criteria, good (3)
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.
Enrollment
01.04.2025  30.04.2025
Timing
20.05.2025  31.08.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
10  15
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.04.2025  30.04.2025
Timing
20.05.2025  31.08.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
10  15
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
18.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
17.03.2025  30.04.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
Teachers
 Antti Kosonen
Groups

TRY24S1Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka (AMK)

ZJATRY24S1Avoin amk, Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka, Päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is implemented 17.3.2025  30.4.2025
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material available in the elearning environment.
Literature:
Suvanto, K. 2003. Tekniikan fysiikka: 1. [Helsinki]: Edita.
Teaching methods
Facetoface learning, independent study
Practical training and working life connections

Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam in two parts during week 18.
International connections

Alternative completion methods
Different implementations available at https://opintohaku.jamk.fi/.
Student workload
Average load: 3cr * 27h/cr = 81h.
 lessons 32h
 exams 4h
 independent study 45h
Content scheduling
Will be presented on the first lesson.
Further information for students
Grade will be determined by a twopart final exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Timing
13.01.2025  18.05.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  40
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

TER24S1Energia ja ympäristötekniikka (AMK)

ZJATER24S1Avoin amk, Energia ja ympäristötekniikka , päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course uses videos and pdf lecture material.
The following books contain topics covered in the couse:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Teaching methods
The course consists of traditional lectures, exercises and laboratory work. The lectures will be recorded.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The schedule for the exams will be announced during the first lecture.
Student workload
Lectures  36 h
Final exam  5 h
Selfstudy  40 h
Further information for students
The course is evaluated on the basis of exercises, tests and a laboratory work.
In addition, the students must be present 80% of the lessons.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Timing
13.01.2025  18.05.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

TER24SMEnergia ja ympäristötekniikka (AMK)

ZJATER24SMAvoin amk, Energia ja ympäristötekniikka, monimuoto
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Kurssilla käytetään opettajan tekemiä videoita sekä pdfmuotoista materiaaleja.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Teaching methods
Kurssi toteutetaan käänteisen luokkahuoneen menetelmällä. Opiskelijat tutustuvat materiaaliin etukäteen ja laskevat harjoitustehtäviä. Tehtäviin saa apua kevään aikana järjestettävillä ohjaustunneilla.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Kurssin koeaikataulut ilmoitetaan ensimmäisellä luennolla.
Student workload
16 h kontaktiopetusta
5 h loppukoe
60 h itsenäistä opiskelua
Further information for students
Kurssi arvioidaan harjoitustehtävien, kokeiden sekä laboratoriotyöstä kirjoitettavan raportin perusteella.
Opintojakson ensimmäinen tehtävä tulee tehdä kolmen viikon kuluessa toteutuksen alkamisesta. Tehtävän tekemättä jättäneet poistetaan toteutukselta.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
18.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
13.01.2025  19.05.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
1.5 op
Mode of delivery
50 % Facetoface, 50 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  30
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJATLS24SMMAvoin amk, Logistiikka, Monimuoto

TLS24SMMLogistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
18.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
13.01.2025  30.04.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  40
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
18.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
13.01.2025  30.04.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TLS24S1Logistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)

ZJATLS24S1Avoin amk, Logistiikka, Päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
18.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
13.01.2025  30.04.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
20  30
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJATLP24S1Avoin amk, Purchasing and Logistics Engineering, Päivä

TLP25VKBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies

TLP24S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering

TLP24VSBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
13.01.2025  07.03.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TSA24SR1Insinööri (AMK), sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka, päivätoteutus

ZJATSA24S1Avoin amk, Sähköja automaatiotekniikka, Päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is scheduled to take place from January 13th, 2025, to February 21st, 2025.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
In the course, you will get to know the theory with the help of the lecture material, after which you will do exercises on each topic independently. It is possible to study the course remotely.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first week. You are allowed to take the renewal exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The assessment takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. The attendance requirement is 80 %. The exam will be held in the classroom only. There is no remote exam option with this implementation. The first lesson provides more detailed assessment information.
If you are prevented from attending the first lesson of the course, the course teacher must be notified of the participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
13.01.2025  07.03.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TAR24S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Automation and Robotics
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is scheduled to take place from January 13th, 2025, to February 21st, 2025.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
In the course, you will get to know the theory with the help of the lecture material, after which you will do exercises on each topic independently. It is possible to study the course remotely.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first week. You are allowed to take the renewal exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The assessment takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. The attendance requirement is 80 %. The exam will be held in the classroom only. There is no remote exam option with this implementation. The first lesson provides more detailed assessment information.
If you are prevented from attending the first lesson of the course, the course teacher must be notified of the participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2024  09.01.2025
Timing
13.01.2025  07.03.2025
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
Teachers
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TSA24SR2Insinööri (AMK), sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka, päivätoteutus

ZJATSA24S1Avoin amk, Sähköja automaatiotekniikka, Päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is scheduled to take place from January 13th, 2025, to February 21st, 2025.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
In the course, you will get to know the theory with the help of the lecture material, after which you will do exercises on each topic independently. It is possible to study the course remotely.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first week. You are allowed to take the renewal exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The assessment takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. The attendance requirement is 80 %. The exam will be held in the classroom only. There is no remote exam option with this implementation. The first lesson provides more detailed assessment information.
If you are prevented from attending the first lesson of the course, the course teacher must be notified of the participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  18.12.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
1 op
Mode of delivery
67 % Facetoface, 33 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  32
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

TKN23SMKonetekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course uses videos and pdf lecture material.
The following books contain topics covered in the couse:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Teaching methods
The course uses the flipped classroom method. The students familiarize themselves with the material in advance and the questions arising from the material and exercises are discussed during the teaching sessions.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The schedule for the exams will be announced during the first lecture.
Student workload
Lectures  10 h
Final exam  5 h
Selfstudy  66 h
Further information for students
The course is evaluated on the basis of exercises and tests.
The first assignment of the course must be completed within three weeks of the start of course. Those who do not complete the task will be removed from the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  11.10.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TSA24KMInsinööri (AMK), sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka,monimuototeutus

ZJATSA24KMAvoin amk, Sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka, Monimuoto
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is scheduled to take place from August 26th, 2024, to October 11st, 2024.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
In the course, you will get to know the theory with the help of the lecture material, after which you will do exercises on each topic independently. It is possible to study the course remotely.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first week. You are allowed to take the renewal exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The assessment takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. At least 50 % of the maximum scores is required to pass. More detailed information about the assessment will be given in the first week of the course.
If you are prevented from participating in the course during the first week of the course, you must inform the course teacher about your participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  11.10.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TIC23S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is scheduled to take place from August 26th, 2024, to October 11st, 2024.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
The course covers lessons in the classroom and home exercises. Lessons are held only in the classroom.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first lecture. You are allowed to take the renewal exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The assessment takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. The attendance requirement is 80 %. The exam will be held in the classroom only. There is no remote exam option with this implementation. The first lesson provides more detailed assessment information.
If you are prevented from attending the first lesson of the course, the course teacher must be notified of the participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  18.12.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV23S2Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)

TTV23S1Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (26.8.13.12.2024) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
2 välikoetta, julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Uusinnat koko kurssin kokeilla.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Kokeet 4 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä n. 80 h
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kahdella välikokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Opintojaksolla on 80% läsnäolovelvoite. Läsnäoloa seurataan. Poissaoloista sovitaan opettajan kanssa perustelluista syistä (esimerkiksi sairaustapaukset). Läsnäolovelvoitteesta saa vapautuksen myös aiempien opintojen perusteella.
Opiskelijan tulee vahvistaa ilmoittautuminen kirjautumalla kurssin Moodle sivuille ensimmäisen kurssiviikon aikana.
Opiskelijan on myös kuitattava opintojaksopalaute annetuksi (tehtävä Moodlessa).
Tämä toteutus TTV23S1 ja TTV23S2 opiskelijoille. Aiempien vuosikurssien opiiskelijat TZLF23003096.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  18.12.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  40
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

TKN23SBKonetekniikka (AMK)

TKN23SAKonetekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course uses videos and pdf lecture material.
The following books contain topics covered in the couse:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Teaching methods
The course consists of traditional lectures, exercises and laboratory work. The lectures will be recorded.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The schedule for the exams will be announced during the first lecture.
Student workload
Lectures  36 h
Final exam  5 h
Selfstudy  40 h
Further information for students
The course is evaluated on the basis of exercises, tests and a laboratory work.
In addition, the students must be present 80% of the lessons.
The first assignment of the course must be completed within three weeks of the start of course. Those who do not complete the task will be removed from the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  18.12.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
1.5 op
Mode of delivery
50 % Facetoface, 50 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  30
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJATLS24KMMAvoin amk, Logistiikka, Monimuoto

TLS24KMMLogistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  18.12.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
10  15
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  18.12.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  50
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV23S3Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)

TTV23S5Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (26.8.13.12.2024) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
2 välikoetta, julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Uusinnat koko kurssin kokeilla.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Kokeet 4 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä n. 80 h
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kahdella välikokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Opintojaksolla on 80% läsnäolovelvoite. Läsnäoloa seurataan. Poissaoloista sovitaan opettajan kanssa perustelluista syistä (esimerkiksi sairaustapaukset). Läsnäolovelvoitteesta saa vapautuksen myös aiempien opintojen perusteella.
Opiskelijan tulee vahvistaa ilmoittautuminen kirjautumalla kurssin Moodle sivuille ensimmäisen kurssiviikon aikana.
Opiskelijan on myös kuitattava opintojaksopalaute annetuksi (tehtävä Moodlessa).
Tämä toteutus TTV23S3 ja TTV23S5 opiskelijoille. Aiempien vuosikurssien opiiskelijat TZLF23003096.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2024  22.08.2024
Timing
26.08.2024  18.12.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  50
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV23SMTieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (26.8.13.12.2024) pääosin etänä Zoomissa.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Teaching methods
Viikottain etätunti, viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
2 välikoetta, julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Uusinnat koko kurssin kokeilla.
Kokeet voi tehdä Dynamolla tai etänä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 15 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 60 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kahdella välikokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.04.2024  30.04.2024
Timing
01.05.2024  31.08.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  20
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.04.2024  30.04.2024
Timing
01.05.2024  31.08.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  10
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.04.2024  30.04.2024
Timing
29.04.2024  10.06.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  20
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Summer studies/ITinstitute students
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2x2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
2 välikoetta, ajankohdat julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Kokeet 4 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kahdella välikokeella. Lisäpisteitä kokeisiin saa viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä ja kontaktitunneilla työskentelystä.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  04.01.2024
Timing
08.01.2024  19.05.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  15
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  04.01.2024
Timing
08.01.2024  27.05.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
2 op
Mode of delivery
34 % Facetoface, 66 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  40
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJATLS23SMMAvoin amk, Logistiikka, Monimuoto

TLS23SMMLogistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  04.01.2024
Timing
08.01.2024  30.04.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJATLS23S1Avoin amk, Logistiikka, Päivä

TLS23S1Logistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  14.01.2024
Timing
08.01.2024  30.04.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  30
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TLP23VSBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies

TLP24VKBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies

ZJATLP23S1Avoin amk, Purchasing and Logistics Engineering, Päivä

TLP23S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  04.01.2024
Timing
08.01.2024  30.04.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  55
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
Teachers
 Jaakko Leppäaho
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TRY23S1Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka (AMK)

ZJATRY23S1Avoin amk, Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka, Päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  04.01.2024
Timing
08.01.2024  23.02.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Pirinen
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TAR23S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Automation and Robotics
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is scheduled to take place from January 8th, 2024, to February 23rd, 2024.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
The course covers lectures in the classroom and home exercises.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first lecture. You are allowed to take the renewal exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The evaluation takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. At least 50 % of the maximum scores is required to pass.
If you are prevented from attending the first contact of the course, the course teacher must be notified of the participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  04.01.2024
Timing
01.01.2024  29.02.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  70
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

ZJATER23S1Avoin amk, Energia ja ympäristötekniikka , päivä

TER23S1Energia ja ympäristötekniikka (AMK)

TER23SMEnergia ja ympäristötekniikka (AMK)

ZJATER23SMAvoin amk, Energia ja ympäristötekniikka , monimuoto
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Kurssilla käytetään opettajan tekemiä videoita sekä pdfmuotoista materiaaleja.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kurssi koostuu perinteisestä luentoopetuksesta, opetusvideoiden katselusta, laskuharjoitusten laskemisesta sekä laboratoriotyöstä. Luennoista tulee tallenteet.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Kurssin koeaikataulut ilmoitetaan ensimmäisellä luennolla.
Student workload
Suomeksi
36 h kontaktiopetusta
5 h loppukoe
40 h itsenäistä opiskelua
Further information for students
Kurssi arvioidaan harjoitustehtävien, kokeiden sekä laboratoriotyöstä kirjoitettavan raportin perusteella.
Lisäksi kurssilla on päiväopiskelijoita koskeva läsnäolovelvoite (80% oppitunneista on oltava paikalla).
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
20.11.2023  04.01.2024
Timing
01.01.2024  19.05.2024
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

TSA23SR1Sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka (AMK)

TSA23SR2Sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Kurssilla käytetään opettajan tekemiä videoita sekä pdfmuotoista materiaaleja.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kurssi koostuu perinteisestä luentoopetuksesta, opetusvideoiden katselusta, laskuharjoitusten laskemisesta sekä laboratoriotyöstä. Luennoista tulee tallenteet.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Kurssin koeaikataulut ilmoitetaan ensimmäisellä luennolla.
Student workload
Suomeksi
36 h kontaktiopetusta
5 h loppukoe
40 h itsenäistä opiskelua
Further information for students
Kurssi arvioidaan harjoitustehtävien, kokeiden sekä laboratoriotyöstä kirjoitettavan raportin perusteella.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
02.10.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TIC22S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is implemented on 2nd October 2023  19th December 2023.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
The course covers lectures in the classroom and home exercises.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first lecture. You are allowed to take the renewal exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The evaluation takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. At least 50 % of the maximum scores is required to pass.
If you are prevented from attending the first contact of the course, the course teacher must be notified of the participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
28.08.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  15
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

UTIVERKKOInstitute of New Industry, online learning (mechanical, logistics and civil engineering)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 selfstudy
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
28.08.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV22S2Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)

TTV22S1Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (28.8.15.12.2023) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
28.08.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV22S3Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (28.8.15.12.2023) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
28.08.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV22S5Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)

TTV22S4Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (28.8.15.12.2023) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
28.08.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV22SMTieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (28.8.15.12.2022) pääosin etänä Zoomissa.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Viikottain etätunti, mahdollisuus osallistua päiväryhmien kontaktitunneille.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä. Tentin voi tehdä Dynamolla tai etänä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 15 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 60 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
28.08.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
20  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV22SM2Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (28.8.15.12.2022) pääosin etänä Zoomissa.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Viikottain etätunti, mahdollisuus osallistua päiväryhmien kontaktitunneille.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä. Tentin voi tehdä Dynamolla tai etänä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 15 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 60 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
21.08.2023  19.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
2 op
Mode of delivery
34 % Facetoface, 66 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  40
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TLS23KMMLogistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)

ZJATLS23KMMAvoin amk, AMKpolut, Logistiikka, Monimuoto
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, Laajalehto Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 selfstudy
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Exam and two possible resits. Dates and places 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from the exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
21.08.2023  27.10.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  74
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
Teachers
 Jaakko Leppäaho
Groups

TKN22SAKonetekniikka (AMK)

TKN22SBKonetekniikka (AMK)

TKN22SMKonetekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material made by the teacher.
Textbook: Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
lectures
distance learning
small group learning
exercises
learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The possible date and method of the exam will be announced in the course opening information.
Alternative completion methods
The admission procedures are described in the degree rule and the study guide. The teacher of the course will give you more information on possible specific course practices.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to an average of 27 hours of work, which means that the load of three credits is approximately 81 hours. The load is distributed in different ways depending on the course implementation.
Further information for students
The course is assessed on the basis of a twopart (different levels) final exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2023  24.08.2023
Timing
21.08.2023  31.12.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
2 op
Mode of delivery
34 % Facetoface, 66 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

TSA23KMInsinööri (AMK), sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka,monimuototeutus
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Kurssilla käytetään opettajan tekemiä videoita sekä pdfmuotoista materiaaleja.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kurssi toteutetaan käänteisen luokkahuoneen menetelmällä opetusvideoiden, laskuharjoitusten ja ohjaustilaisuuksien avulla. Lopuksi tehdään kaksiosainen loppukoe sekä kotona suoritettava laboratoriotyö.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Kurssin tenttien aikataulu kerrotaan ensimmäisellä luennolla.
Student workload
3 h ohjausta Jamkilla.
5 h ohjausta etänä.
5 h kokeita
68 h itsenäistä työskentelyä.
Further information for students
Kurssi arvioidaan kokeiden perusteella.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.04.2023  30.04.2023
Timing
01.05.2023  31.08.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  5
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

LOGRAKVERKKOLogistiikan ja rakentamisen verkkoopetus
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 distance learning
 exercises
 learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.04.2023  30.04.2023
Timing
01.05.2023  31.08.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  5
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

LOGRAKVERKKOLogistiikan ja rakentamisen verkkoopetus
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material offered by the teacher.
Textbook: Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The dates and methods of the exams will be announced on Moodle.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to an average of 27 hours of work, which means this course needs approximately 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2022  05.01.2023
Timing
09.01.2023  19.05.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TLS22S1Logistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)

ZJATLS22S1Avoin amk, Logistiikka, Päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 distance learning
 exercises
 learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2022  05.01.2023
Timing
09.01.2023  19.05.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  5
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

LOGRAKVERKKOLogistiikan ja rakentamisen verkkoopetus
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 distance learning
 exercises
 learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2022  05.01.2023
Timing
09.01.2023  30.04.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Groups

TSA22SR2Sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2022  05.01.2023
Timing
09.01.2023  19.05.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  30
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TLP23VKBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies

TLP22S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering

ZJATLP22S1Avoin amk, Purchasing and Logistics Engineering, Päivä

TLP22VSBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material offered by the teacher.
Textbook: Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
lectures
distance learning
exercises
learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The dates and methods of the exam and two resits will be announced in the course opening information.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to an average of 27 hours of work, which means that the load of three credits is approximately 81 hours. The load is distributed in different ways depending on the course implementation.
Further information for students
Assessment criteria: exercises, exam
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2022  05.01.2023
Timing
09.01.2023  30.04.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  55
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
Teachers
 Jaakko Leppäaho
Teacher in charge
Jaakko Leppäaho
Groups

ZJATRY22S1Avoin amk, Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka, Päivä

TRY22S1Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
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 % Facetoface, 33 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  50
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJATLS22SMMAvoin amk, Logistiikka, Monimuoto

TLS22SMMLogistiikka  tutkintoohjelma (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 distance learning
 exercises
 learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2022  05.01.2023
Timing
09.01.2023  30.04.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  65
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Teacher in charge
Ville Kotimäki
Groups

ZJATSA22S1Avoin amk, Sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka, Päivä

TSA22SR1Sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Kurssilla käytetään opettajan tekemiä videoita sekä pdfmuotoista materiaaleja.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kurssi koostuu perinteisestä luentoopetuksesta, opetusvideoiden katselusta, laskuharjoitusten laskemisesta sekä laboratoriotyöstä. Luennoista tulee tallenteet.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Kurssin koeaikataulut ilmoitetaan ensimmäisellä luennolla.
Student workload
32 h kontaktiopetusta
5 h loppukoe
44 h itsenäistä opiskelua
Further information for students
Kurssi arvioidaan kaksiosaisen loppukokeen ja laboratoriotyön perusteella.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
21.11.2022  05.01.2023
Timing
01.01.2023  21.05.2023
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  30
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TAR22S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Automation and Robotics
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material offered by the teacher.
Textbook: Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
lectures
distance learning
exercises
learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The dates and methods of the exam and two resits will be announced in the course opening information.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to an average of 27 hours of work, which means that the load of three credits is approximately 81 hours. The load is distributed in different ways depending on the course implementation.
Further information for students
Assessment criteria: exercises, exam
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
31.10.2022  18.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Ville Kotimäki
Scheduling groups
 Päiväryhmä TER22S1 (Capacity: 50. Open UAS: 0.)
 Monimuotoryhmä TER22SM (Capacity: 50. Open UAS: 0.)
Groups

TER22S1Energia ja ympäristötekniikka (AMK)

TER22SMEnergia ja ympäristötekniikka (AMK)
Small groups
 Pienryhmä 1
 Pienryhmä 2
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suomeksi
Kurssilla käytetään opettajan tekemiä videoita sekä pdfmuotoista materiaaleja.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kurssi koostuu perinteisestä luentoopetuksesta, opetusvideoiden katselusta, laskuharjoitusten laskemisesta sekä laboratoriotyöstä. Luennoista tulee tallenteet.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Kurssin koeaikataulut ilmoitetaan ensimmäisellä luennolla.
Student workload
Suomeksi
36 h kontaktiopetusta
5 h loppukoe
40 h itsenäistä opiskelua
Further information for students
Kurssi arvioidaan harjoitustehtävien, kokeiden sekä laboratoriotyöstä kirjoitettavan raportin perusteella.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  16.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Tuomas Huopana
Groups

TIC21S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
The course is implemented on August 29, 2022  December 16, 2022.
Learning materials and recommended literature
The course material is provided by the teacher.
Course literature:
Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition. 10th edition.
Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
The course covers lectures in the classroom and home exercises.
Practical training and working life connections
The content of the course aims to be working life connected.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The course exam dates and deadlines for home exercises are announced in the first lecture. You are allowed to do resit exam two times during the semester.
Alternative completion methods
The approval procedures are described in the degree regulations and the study guide. The teacher of the course provides additional information about possible alternative course completion procedures.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to a workload of 27 hours. In total, the course requires 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
The evaluation takes into account the scores in the exam. At the beginning of the course, the teacher provides assignments to collect additional scores. At least 50 % of the maximum scores is required to pass.
If you are prevented from attending the first contact of the course, the course teacher must be notified of the participation in the course.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  16.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV21S1Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (29.8.16.12.2022) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  16.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV21S2Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (29.8.16.12.2022) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  16.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV21S3Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (29.8.16.12.2022) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  16.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV21S5Tieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (29.8.16.12.2022) Dynamolla, Lutakon kampuksella.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Kontaktiopetus 2 h/viikko, joissa luentoa ja laskuharjoituksia.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 25 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 50 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  16.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Lutakko Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pekka Varis
Groups

TTV21SMTieto ja viestintätekniikka (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Time and location
Opintojakso toteutetaan viikoilla 35  50 (29.8.16.12.2022) pääosin etänä Zoomissa.
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan oppimisympäristössä jakama kirjallinen materiaali ja videomateriaali.
Seuraavat kirjat sisältävät kurssilla käsiteltäviä aiheita:
1.) Young, Hugh D.; Freedman, Roger A. University Physics with Modern Physics. International edition.
2.) Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition.
3.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita.
4.) Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 2. Edita.
Mitkä tahansa painokset kelpaavat.
Teaching methods
Viikottain etätunti, mahdollisuus osallistua päiväryhmien kontaktitunneille.
Viikoittaiset kotitehtävät.
Itsenäistä opiskelua varten on olemassa luentovideot.
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Julkaistaan opintojakson alussa oppimisympäristössä. Tentin voi tehdä Dynamolla tai etänä.
Alternative completion methods
Hyväksilukemisen menettelytavat kuvataan tutkintosäännössä ja opintooppaassa. Opintojakson opettaja antaa lisätietoa mahdollisista opintojakson erityiskäytänteistä.
Student workload
Luennot + laskuharjoitukset n. 15 h
Itsenäinen opiskelu ja kotitehtävät 60 h
Tentti 3 h
Kuormitus on tasainen koko opintojakson ajan, yhteensä 80 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan kurssin lopulla pidettävällä kokeella. Viikoittaisista kotitehtävistä saa lisäpisteitä kokeeseen.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  21.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  5
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

LOGRAKVERKKOLogistiikan ja rakentamisen verkkoopetus
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 distance learning
 exercises
 learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Online exam (Zoom) 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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  21.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
2 op
Mode of delivery
34 % Facetoface, 66 % Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  40
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJA22KTPMLAvoin AMK, tekniikka, Logistiikka, monimuoto

TLS22KMMLogistiikan tutkintoohjelma (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 distance learning
 exercises
 learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
29.08.2022  10.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  30
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pasi Lehtola
Groups

TSA22KMInsinööri (AMK), sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka,monimuototeutus
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 1. Edita. All editions.
Suvanto, K. Tekniikan FYSIIKKA 2. Edita. All editions.
Teaching methods
 lessons
 distance learning
 exercises
 learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
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 for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.08.2022  25.08.2022
Timing
26.08.2022  31.12.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
 Finnish
Seats
0  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Jaakko Leppäaho
Teacher in charge
Jaakko Leppäaho
Groups

TKN21SAKonetekniikka (AMK)

TKN21SBKonetekniikka (AMK)

TKN21SMKonetekniikka
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material made by the teacher.
Textbook: Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
lectures
distance learning
small group learning
exercises
learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The possible date and method of the exam will be announced in the course opening information.
Alternative completion methods
The admission procedures are described in the degree rule and the study guide. The teacher of the course will give you more information on possible specific course practices.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to an average of 27 hours of work, which means that the load of three credits is approximately 81 hours. The load is distributed in different ways depending on the course implementation.
Further information for students
The course is assessed on the basis of a twopart (different levels) final exam.
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.03.2022  31.05.2022
Timing
01.03.2022  31.08.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  10
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJK22KTKorkeakoulujen välinen yhteistyö, TEKN

LOGAKTIIVILogistiikan aktiivitoteutukset

ZJA22KTAvoin AMK, tekniikka
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan kokoama materiaali.
Oppikirja: Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita. 6. painos eteenpäin
Teaching methods
 itseopiskelua
 harjoitustöitä
 oppimistehtäviä
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Tentin ajankohta ja toteutustapa sovitaan jokaisen opiskelijan kanssa erikseen aktiivitoteutuksen aikana.
Student workload
Yksi opintopiste tarkoittaa laskennallisesti keskimäärin 27 tunnin työtä eli kolmen opintopisteen opintojakson kuormitus on noin 81 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan oppimis ja harjoitustehtävien sekä tentin perusteella.
Avoin AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2021  09.01.2022
Timing
01.03.2022  30.08.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  5
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

LOGAKTIIVILogistiikan aktiivitoteutukset
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material offered by the teacher.
Textbook: Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
 distance learning
 exercises
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The dates and methods of the exams will be announced on Moodle.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to an average of 27 hours of work, which means this course needs approximately 81 hours of work.
Further information for students
Assessment criteria: points from exercises and the exam
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2021  09.01.2022
Timing
10.01.2022  29.04.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJA21STPPLOAvoin amk, tekniikka, Logistiikka päivä

TLS21S1Logistiikan tutkintoohjelma (AMK)
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan kokoama materiaali.
Oppikirja: Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita. 6. painos eteenpäin
Teaching methods
 luentoja
 itseopiskelua
 verkkoopintoja
 harjoitustehtäviä
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Tentin ja kahden uusintatentin ajankohdat ja toteutustapa ilmoitetaan opintojakson avausinfossa.
Student workload
Yksi opintopiste tarkoittaa laskennallisesti keskimäärin 27 tunnin työtä eli kolmen opintopisteen opintojakson kuormitus on noin 81 h. Kuormitus jakautuu eri tavoin opintojakson toteutustavasta riippuen.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan tentin ja oppimis ja harjoitustehtävien perusteella.
Avoin AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2021  09.01.2022
Timing
10.01.2022  29.04.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
Teachers
 Jaakko Leppäaho
Teacher in charge
Jaakko Leppäaho
Groups

TRY21S1Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka (AMK)

ZJA21STPPRYAvoin amk, tekniikka, Rakennus ja yhdyskuntatekniikka, päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2021  23.01.2022
Timing
10.01.2022  29.04.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 English
Seats
0  35
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

TLP21S1Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering

TLP21VSBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies

ZJA21STPPLPAvoina amk, tekniikka, Logistics and purchasing, päivä

TLP22VKBachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering (AMK) vaihtoopiskelu/Exchange studies
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Material offered by the teacher.
Textbook: Knight, Randal D. Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Pearson International edition. 2nd edition.
Teaching methods
lectures
distance learning
exercises
learning tasks
Exam dates and retake possibilities
The dates and methods of the exam and two resits will be announced in the course opening information.
Student workload
One credit corresponds to an average of 27 hours of work, which means that the load of three credits is approximately 81 hours. The load is distributed in different ways depending on the course implementation.
Further information for students
Assessment criteria: exercises, exam
Open AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.11.2021  09.01.2022
Timing
10.01.2022  20.05.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Mode of delivery
Facetoface
Unit
School of Technology
Campus
Main Campus
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  60
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
Teachers
 Jaakko Leppäaho
Teacher in charge
Jaakko Leppäaho
Groups

TSA21SASähkö ja automaatiotekniikka (AMK)

TSA21SBSähkö ja automaatiotekniikka (AMK)

ZJA21STPPSAAvoin amk, tekniikka, Sähkö ja automaatiotekniikka, päivä
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.
Enrollment
01.10.2021  28.02.2022
Timing
01.10.2021  31.05.2022
Number of ECTS credits allocated
3 op
Virtual portion
3 op
Mode of delivery
Online learning
Unit
School of Technology
Teaching languages
 Finnish
Seats
0  5
Degree programmes
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Logistics
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Construction and Civil Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Energy and Environmental Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Purchasing and Logistics Engineering
 Bachelor's Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Teachers
 Pertti Ahonen
Teacher in charge
Pertti Ahonen
Groups

ZJA21STAvoin AMK, tekniikka

LOGAKTIIVILogistiikan aktiivitoteutukset
Objectives
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.
EURACE 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
Learning materials and recommended literature
Opettajan kokoama materiaali.
Oppikirja: Suvanto, K. Tekniikan Fysiikka 1. Edita. 6. painos eteenpäin
Teaching methods
 itseopiskelua
 harjoitustöitä
 oppimistehtäviä
Exam dates and retake possibilities
Tentin ajankohta ja toteutustapa sovitaan jokaisen opiskelijan kanssa erikseen aktiivitoteutuksen aikana.
Student workload
Yksi opintopiste tarkoittaa laskennallisesti keskimäärin 27 tunnin työtä eli kolmen opintopisteen opintojakson kuormitus on noin 81 h.
Further information for students
Opintojakso arvioidaan oppimis ja harjoitustehtävien sekä tentin perusteella.
Avoin AMK: 5
Evaluation scale
05
Evaluation criteria, satisfactory (12)
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.
Evaluation criteria, good (34)
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.
Evaluation 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.
Prerequisites
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.