CED114 - Physics
200 minutes / week
Jindrayani Nyoo Putro
About the course
Course description and learning objectives
Student completing this course will be able to:
• Explain concepts of kinematics physics and thermodynamics.
• Examine physics phenomenon in everyday life.
• Explain the principle of optics and image formation.
• Assosiate to relativity theory.
• Describe the concept of quantum physics.
2. Motion along a straight line
4. Motion in two and three dimensions
5. Force and motion I
6. Force and motion II
7. Kinetic energy and work
8. Potential energy and conservation of energy
9. Center of mass and linear momentum
11. Rolling, torque, and angular momentum
12. Equilibrium and elasticity
16. Gauss’s law
17. Nature of light and the principles of ray optics
18. Image formation
19. Wave optics
21. Introduction to quantum physics
1. Halliday, D., Resnick, R., and Walker, J., 2010. “Fundamentals of Physics Extended”, 9th ed., Singapore: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
2. Giancoli, D., 2007. “Physics for Scientists and Engineers”, Vol. 1-3, 4th ed., Addison-Wesley.
3. Serway, R. A. and Jewett Jr, J. W., 2004. “Physics for Scientists and Engineers”, Belmont, Thomson.
4. Christian, W. and Belloni, M., 2004. “Physlet Physics”, New Jersey, Pearson Prentice Hall.