Subject: Selected Chapters in Physics 2 (06 - Z110)


Basic Information

CategoryAcademic-general educative
Scientific or art field:
InterdisciplinaryNo
ECTS4
Native organizations units

Department of Fundamentals Sciences
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2005..

Acquisition of basic knowledge in physics, detection and measurement. Within the course special attention will be paid to the fields of physics necessary for monitoring and analysis of processes in the living environment. The objective is that students gain basis for further studying and basis for acquisition of specific knowledge in the field of detection, monitoring and analysis in the living environment. Acquired knowledge is the basis for understanding the professional literature.
Acquired knowledge enables understanding of physical processes important for detection and studying of the environmental protection issues. Knowledge of theoretical backgrounds of selected chapters in physics relevant for environmental engineering, especially in the field of detection, as well as in practical basis of measurement and analysis of the results of physical measurements.
Theoretical lectures: 1) Basic laws of electric field. Coulomb`s law and electrostatics. Direct current, Ohm`s law, the first and the second Kirchhoff law, Jule`s law. Magnetic field, Ampere`s law, Lorentz force and application, Faraday`s law of induction, self-induction and mutual induction. Alternating current, impedance, resonance. 2) Fundamentals of atomic physics. Bohr`s model of atoms, photons. Planck`s law of black body radiation. Stefan-Boltzmann law. Photo effect and photocells. De Broglie theory, electronic microscope. 3) Fundamentals of nuclear physics. Nuclear forces, radioactivity. The absorption of gamma rays. Nuclear reactions. Fission, Fusion. Practical lectures (laboratory and computing practice): Laboratory practice accompanies fields studied during theoretical lecture, where students are trained to carry out basic measurements, calculations and analysis of obtained experimental results. Computing Practice also accompanies theoretical lectures, thus contributing to the better understanding of the acquired knowledge.
Lectures, Computing Practice, Laboratory Practice and Consultations. Knowledge is checked during laboratory practice and at examination. The examination can be taken through two colloquiums, where each consists of the logical whole. Both colloquiums are taken in the written form. Colloquiums are held during the teaching semester. Students who don`t pass the examination through colloquiums have to take the entire examination consisting of written and oral part. Written part of the final examination is eliminatory. Oral part of the final examination is eliminatory.
AuthorsNameYearPublisherLanguage
A.PetrovićFizika u tehnici2000FTNSerbian language
Grupa autora sa FTN-aZbirka rešenih zadataka iz fizike I deo2004FTNSerbian language
Grupa autora sa FTN-aZbirka rešenih zadataka iz fizike II deo2005FTNSerbian language
Grupa autora sa FTN-aPraktikum laboratorijskih vežbi iz fizike2004FTNEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Laboratory exercise defenceYesYes20.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes35.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes10.00
Oral part of the examNoYes35.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Satarić Miljko

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Mihailović Aleksandra
Assistant Professor

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Nemeš Tomas
Assistant Professor

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Antić Aleksandar
Assistant - Master

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