## PHYSICS I

### Course

Code: 1209

Degree: Bachelor's in Electronic Engineering and Industrial Automation

School of Engineering of Elche

Year: Year 1 of Bachelor's in Electronic Engineering and Industrial Automation

Semester: Fall

Type: Core

Language: Spanish

ECTS credits: 6 Lecture: 4 Laboratory: 2 | Hours: 150 Directed: 60 Shared: 10 Autonomous: 80 |

Subject matter: Physics

Module: Core

Department: Applied Physics

Area: APPLIED PHYSICS

Course instructors are responsible for the course content descriptions in English.

### Description

General laws of mechanics and thermodynamics and their applications for resolving engineering problems.

### Faculty

Name | Coordinator | Lecture | Laboratory |
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CAMARA ZAPATA, JOSE MARIA | ■ | ■ | ■ |

### Professional interest

The course is part of the material included in the literacy module of this degree. It is dedicated to Mechanics and Thermodynamics. Introduces you to the basic concepts and principles of these fields of physics. Its objectives are that students understand these concepts and principles; discuss the most important phenomena involved in; and explain the main applications derived from its use

### Competencies and learning outcomes

#### General competencies

- Knowledge about basic and technological material that enables learning new methods and theories, providing versatility for adapting to new situations.

#### Specific competencies

- Understanding and mastery of the basic concepts about the general laws of mechanics, thermodynamics, fields, waves, electromagnetism, and their application towards resolving engineering problems.

#### Objectives (Learning outcomes)

- 01Explain in your own words the more applied engineering concepts of classical mechanics and thermodynamics: among others, the errors in the measurements, significant figures, quantities and units, inertial reference, describing the motion magnitudes (absolute or relative) strength and types of force, work, potential energy, kinetic energy, center mass, moment of inertia, angular momentum balance, types of deformation (linear, angular and volume), characteristics of the oscillatory motion, pressure and others fluid properties, characteristics of ideal gases, temperature, temperature scales, and energy transfers between ideal gases, are considered important
- 02Apply concepts and basic principles of classical mechanics and thermodynamics approach to problems of interest in engineering: among others, the dimensional analysis, significant figures, the description of dynamic movement or energy policies, the equilibrium conditions, the relationship between strain and stress, oscillations, the simple and damped harmonic motion, the characteristics of the fluids, the principle of state of ideal gas, and energy transfers and their characteristics, are considered important
- 03Use tools to resolve, from a macroscopic point of view, interest in problems related to classical mechanics and thermodynamics engineering tools: among others, exponents and roots, arithmetic relations in scientific notation, quadratic equations, logarithms, exponential function, perimeters, areas and volumes of geometric figures, angles, trigonometric functions, identities and laws, derivatives and integrals
- 04Actively participate in group tasks included in the methodology of the subject
- 05Reflect on the application of the concepts and basic principles of classical mechanics and thermodynamics to engineering devices of interest
- 06To evaluate the results of peers and the rest of the class about analyzing situations of interest in engineering related to Classical Mechanics and Thermodynamics

### Contents

#### Teaching units

#### Association between objectives and units

Objective/Unit | U1 | U2 | U3 |
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#### Schedule

Week | Teaching units | Directed hours | Shared hours | Autonomous hours | Total hours |
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1 | U3 | 4 | 0 | 6 | 10 |

2 | U3 | 4 | 0 | 8 | 12 |

3 | U3 | 4 | 1 | 6 | 11 |

4 | U3 | 4 | 2 | 4 | 10 |

5 | U1 | 4 | 0 | 6 | 10 |

6 | U1 | 4 | 2 | 6 | 12 |

7 | U1 | 4 | 0 | 8 | 12 |

8 | U1 | 4 | 0 | 6 | 10 |

9 | U1 | 4 | 1.5 | 6 | 11.5 |

10 | U1 | 4 | 0 | 8 | 12 |

11 | U1 | 4 | 0 | 3 | 7 |

12 | U2 | 4 | 1.5 | 3 | 8.5 |

13 | U2 | 4 | 0 | 2 | 6 |

14 | U2 | 4 | 0 | 3 | 7 |

15 | U2 | 4 | 2 | 5 | 11 |

#### Basic bibliography

- Tipler, Paul A. Mosca, Gene. "Física para la ciencia y la tecnología". Barcelona [etc.] Reverté D.L. 2011.
- Ohanian, Hans C. Markert, John T. "Física para ingeniería y ciencias". México [etc.] McGraw-Hill/Interamericana 2009.
- Sears, Francis Weston / Zemansky, Mark. W. / Young, Hugh D. / Freedman , Roger A. "Física universitaria". México Addison-Wesley 2009.
- Serna Ballester, Arturo. Pastor Antón, Carlos / Giménez Torres, Joaquín. "Física teoría, cuestiones y problemas v.1 Mecánica y Termodinámica". Desamparados (Orihuela) Ediciones TC D.L. 2000.
- Burbano de Ercilla, Santiago. Burbano García, Enrique. / Gracia Muñoz, Carlos. "Problemas de física". Madrid Tebar 2007.
- Cámara Zapata, José María. "Prácticas de fundamentos físicos de la ingeniería". [Elche] Universidad Miguel Hernández D.L.2000.

#### Complementary bibliography

- Burbano de Ercilla, Santiago. Burbano García, Enrique / Gracia Muñoz, Carlos. "Física General Tomo 1 Estática, cinemática y dinámica". Madrid bTébar 2006 D.L. 2006.
- Burbano de Ercilla, Santiago. Burbano García, Enrique / Gracia Muñoz, Carlos . "Problemas de física Tomo 1 Estática, cinemática y dinámica". Madrid Tébar 2006.
- Cámara Zapata, José María. "Curso de Física I". Desamparados (Orihuela) Ediciones TC D.L.1998.
- Cámara Zapata, José María. "Problemas de Mecánica". Orihuela (Alicante) TC Ediciones D.L. 1998.
- Cámara Zapata, José María. "Problemas de Termodinámica". Orihuela (Alicante) TC Ediciones D.L.1998.
- González, Félix A. "La física en problemas". Madrid Tebar Flores .L.2000.
- Lleó, Atanasio. "Física para ingenieros". Madrid [etc.] Mundi-Prensa 2001.
- Lleó, Atanasio. Lleó García, Lourdes. "Gran manual de magnitudes físicas y sus unidades [recurso electronico] : un estudio sistemático de 565 magnitudes físicas : cómo utilizar el Sistema Internacional de Unidades SI en la Ciencia y la Ingeniería, hoy obligatorio en todo el mundo /". Madrid : Díaz de Santos, 2011.
- Lleó, Atanasio. "Problemas y cuestiones de física". Madrid [etc.] Mundi-Prensa 2002.
- Serway, Raymond A. Jewett, John W. "Física para ciencias e ingeniería". México Thomson 2009.
- Walker, Jearl. Halliday, David / Resnick, Robert. "Fundamentals of physics / ". Hoboken, New Jersey John Wiley & Sons 2008.

#### Links

- The official webpage of the American Institute of Physics (AIP), where up-to-date information about the most relevant aspects of modern physics is reported. In addition, there is a section dedicated to the most important scientific events in the history of physics.
- Physics Course which outlines basic concepts and principles from different parts of physics and are illustrated with solved activities
- Official page of the Real Sociedad Española de Física. Here the sections standing out are dedicated to the most relevant events in the field of physics on a national level. Included among them are the Physics Olympics, and the program Ciencia en Acción.
- It is a multimedia resource for learning and distance education from different subjects, including physics.
- Page with news, blogs, multimedia and events related to different current applications of Physics.
- Physics Course zero. It is included in the Open Course Ware of the National University of Distance Education. It is coordinated by José Carlos Antoraz Williart Callejo and Amalia Torres
- Link to white paper on this degree. Provides highly relevant information.

### Methodology and grading

#### Methodology

**Cooperative learning:**Develop active learning through cooperative working strategies among students and promote shared responsibility to reach group goals.**Lecture:**Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.**Problem-based learning:**Develop active learning strategies through problem solving that promote thinking, experimentation, and decision making in the student.**Solving exercises and problems:**Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.

#### Grading

- The student has two modes: continuous and final assessment (in both cases, of the contents from classroom and lab). Continuous assessment takes place in the classroom and lab along of the course. The final assessment is an examination at the end of the course, in February and in September. In both types of assessment, the score is distributed in a 20% laboratory, 30% of theoretical and 50% of problems.