Course Code:
PHYS 101
Semester:
Fall
Course Type:
Core
P:
3
Lab:
0
Laboratuvar Saati:
2
Credits:
4
ECTS:
6
Course Language:
English
Course Objectives:
The aim of this course is to teach concepts of mechanics.
Course Content:

Measurement and Unit, Vectors, Motion in one and two dimensions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Work, Power, Energy, Momentum and Collisions, Rotational Motion, Torque and Angular Momentum, Universal Gravitational Law.

Course Methodology:
1: Lecture, 2: Question-Answer, 3: Discussion,
Course Evaluation Methods:
A: Testing, B: Final, I:Lab

## Vertical Tabs

### Course Learning Outcomes

 Learning Outcomes Teaching Methods Assessment Methods 1) Relates units and their conversion 1,2,3 A,B,I 2) Calculates the operations with vectors 1,2,3 A,B,I 3) Analysis the translational motion 1,2,3 A,B,I 4) Writes down the equations of motion for the systems with and without friction 1,2,3 A,B,I 5) Applies the work-energy rpinciple 1,2,3 A,B,I 6) Applies the momentum and center of mass information to various cases 1,2,3 A,B,I 7) Analaysis the cases about rotation and angular momentum. 1,2,3 A,B,I 8) Knows the universal gravitational law 1,2,3 A,B,I

### Course Flow

 Week Topics Study Materials 1 Measurement Units 2 Motion in one dimension Kinematic equations 3 Motion in two dimensions and vectors Operations with vectors 4 Dynamics: Newton’s Laws of Motion Laws of dynamics 5 Dynamics: Newton’s Laws of Motion Newton’s Laws 6 Further Applications of Newton’s Laws of Motion Newton’s Laws 7 Work, Power, Energy – Midterm I Revision 8 Conservation of Energy What is energy? 9 Linear Momentum and Collisions Linear Momentum and vectors 10 Linear Momentum and Collisions Linear Momentum and vectors 11 Rotational Motion Circular motion 12 Rotational Motion – Midterm II Rotational kinematics 13 Conservation of Angular Momentum Angular momentum 14 Universal Gravitational Law What is the gravitational field?

### Recommended Sources

 Textbook Douglas C. GIANCOLI, Physics for Scientists & Engineers , 4th Edition, Pearson Additional Resources Halliday, Resnick, Walker: Fundamentals of Physics, 6th Edition-Serway, Jewett,  Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, 8th  Edition

### Material Sharing

 Documents Mechanics Lab Experiments Handouts Assignments Exams

### Assessment

 IN-TERM STUDIES NUMBER PERCENTAGE Mid-terms 2 50 Lab 12 20 Final 1 30 Total 100 CONTRIBUTION OF FINAL EXAMINATION TO OVERALL GRADE 30 CONTRIBUTION OF IN-TERM STUDIES TO OVERALL GRADE 70 Total 100

### Course’s Contribution to Program

 No Program Learning Outcomes Contribution 1 2 3 4 5 1 gains the ability to apply the knowledge in physics and mathematics X 2 gains the ability to construct an experimental setup, perform the experiment, analyze and interpret the results X 3 is supposed to have the education required for the measurements in scientific and technological areas X 4 is able to work in an interdisciplinary team X 5 is able to identify, formulate and solve physics problems X 6 is conscious for the professional and ethical responsibility X 7 is able to communicate actively and effectively X 8 is supposed to have the required education for the industrial applications and the social contributions of physics X 9 is conscious about the necessity of lifelong education and can implement it X 10 is supposed to be aware of the current investigations and developments in the field X 11 makes use of the techniques and the modern equipment required for physical applications X

### ECTS

 Activities Quantity Duration (Hour) Total Workload (Hour) Course Duration (Including the exam week: 14x Total course hours) 14 3 42 Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14 5 70 Mid-terms 2 2 4 Lab 12 2 24 Final examination 1 3 3 Total Work Load 143 Total Work Load / 25 (h) 5.7 ECTS Credit of the Course 6