Subject: Physics (17 - GI117)

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CategoryAcademic-general educative
Scientific or art field:Physics
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Course specification

Course is active from 17.07.2017..

Study of fundamental physical laws in nature, primarily in the field of mechanics and electromagnetism with introduction to geophysics, as well as gaining of basic knowledge in the range of modern physics. Students become acquainted with the physical processes on which working of technical devices relevant to measurement in geodesy and geomatics is based on.
Understanding the basic physical processes in nature. Gained knowledge also provides understanding of physical processes on which working of technical devices is based on.
Theory: Fundamental forces and conservation laws in nature. Newton's law of universal gravitation and fundamentals of celestial mechanics. Special theory of relativity and applications in GPS system operation. Basics of electrostatics. Electric field and potential. Conductors and dielectrics in an electric field. Electricity. Direct current. Modern theory of conductivity. Semiconductors. Electromagnetism. The magnetic field of electric current. The magnetic field in materials; diamagnetism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism. Electromagnetic induction. Alternating current. Oscillatory motion properties. Wave motion and acoustics. Doppler effect. Intensity and intensity level of the sound. The absorption of sound. Ultrasound. Seismic waves. Electromagnetic waves. Basic laws of geometric optics. Optical instruments. Dispersion of light. Wave optics: interference, diffraction and polarization of light. Light dualism. Laws of black body radiation and Planck’s hypothesis. Photoelectric effect. Basic principles of laser operation. The physical basis of nuclear techniques. Radioactive decays and ionizing radiation. Practical classes: Lecture program is followed by experimental (laboratory) exercises designed to enable students to independently determine the values of some fundamental constants of nature or to verify some physical laws through experimental work. These classes include the following: Experimental determination of gravitational acceleration of the Earth. Testing of Ohm's law in DC and AC currents circuits. Determination of sound velocity in air via Doppler effect. Resonance. Spectral analysis, dispersion and diffraction of light. Determination of the focal length of the lenses. Photocell. Through calculation exercises (as a part of laboratory exercises) students apply and deepen the knowledge from the material presented in lectures.
Lectures. Laboratory and calculation practice. Consultations. The theoretical part of the material, accompanied by appropriate examples of the application of physical principles in technique is presented in lectures. Laboratory exercises involve experimental work in areas that are foreseen by the plan and program of the course. Calculation exercises consist of characteristic examples that illustrate the theory application to problem solving, which altogether deepen the understanding of basic physical laws in nature. In addition to lectures and exercises, consultations are also held regularly.
Kozmidis-Petrović, A.Tehnička fizika2012Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Novi SadSerbian language
Kozimidis-Luburić, U. i dr.Zbirka zadataka iz fizike : saobraćajni odsek : odsek za geodeziju i geomatiku2014Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Novi SadSerbian language
Kozmidis-Petrović, A., Stojković, I.Praktikum laboratorijskih vežbi iz fizike: Studijski programi: Mašinstvo, Geodezija i geomatika2018Fakultet tehničkih nauka, Novi SadSerbian language
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Complex exercisesYesYes20.00
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes70.00
Laboratory exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Stojković Ivana
Associate Professor

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Lakatoš Robert
Assistant Professor

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Rikalo Aleksandar
Assistant - Master

Laboratory classes
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Lakatoš Robert
Assistant Professor

Laboratory classes