Mechanical physics, Oscillations, and Waves
Offered in the Spring
The fundamental principles of mechanics are treated within the mathematical framework of elenemtary differential and integral calculus. Vectors, Newton's Laws of Motion, particle dynamics, work and energy, conservation laws, rotational motion, rotational dynamics, mechanical oscillations, gravitation, fluid statics and fluid dynamics, oscillations and wave motion are discussed.
The 'user friendly definition':
This is the calculus-based physics sequence intended for Scientists and Engineers. Problem solving skills are emphasized along with understanding of fundamental principles.
Whether you are currently enrolled in PHY 2105 or would like to "look the class over" for the future, the links below give you access to key course handouts.
Syllabus: includes instructor hours and availability.
Class Discussion Board: Go to the link below
Etudes DISCUSSION BOARD
1400 is a prerequisite for PHY 2105. The instructor is Mike