## 20802115-1 - FISICA I MODULO I

THE COURSE INTRODUCES THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD, PRESENTS NEWTON'S MECHANICS AND THE MAIN ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC PHENOMENA, TOGETHER WITH THE PERTINENT LAWS. THE STUDENT BECOMES FAMILIAR WITH THE BASIC MODELS OF CLASSICAL PHYSICS AND, IN PARTICULAR, WITH SUCH CONCEPTS AS PHYSICAL QUANTITY, FIELD, CONSERVATION LAW. THE STUDENT IS ABLE TO APPLY THE ABOVE CONCEPTS TO THE SOLUTION OF SIMPLE PROBLEMS BY MEANS OF APPROPRIATE ANALYTICAL PROCEDURES.

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Mutuazione: 20802115-1 FISICA I MODULO I in Ingegneria elettronica L-8 CANALE 1 BORGHI RICCARDO

Programme

Introduction
- Physical quantities and units
- Fundamentals on vector algebra

Kinematics of a material point
- Kinematics quantities in the rectilinear motion
- Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion
- Simple harmonic motion
- Kinematics in 2-D and 3-D
- Motion trajectory
- Tangential and normal components of acceleration (*)
- Parabolic motion
- Circular motion (*)
- Relative motion

Dynamics of a material point
- Principles of Dynamics and Newton's laws
- Momentum and Impulse
- Equilibrium and constraint reaction forces
- Gravitational force
- Weight and motion under gravity
- Forces and motion
- Forces of dry friction
- Inclined plane
- Elastic force and mass-spring system
- Tension force in ropes
- Applications to circular motion
- Viscous force (*)
- Electrical charge and Coulomb force
- Simple pendulum
- Inertial and non-inertial reference frames
- Inertial forces

Work and Energy
- Work and power
- Work of weight, elastic and dry friction forces
- Work-energy theorem. Applications
- Conservative forces. Potential energy
- Central forces
- Gravitational and electrostatic potential energies
- Conservation of mechanical energy. Applications
- Stability conditions for static equilibrium (*)

Core Documentation

- P. Mazzoldi, M. Nigro, C. Voci, "Elementi di Fisica. Vol. I: Meccanica - Termodinamica", seconda edizione, Edises, Napoli
- R. Borghi, "Lezioni di Meccanica", amazon.com

(*) Notes on selected arguments are also available on the
course website, under the section complementi

For further studies, the following is suggested:
- R. P. Feynman, "La Fisica di Feynman", volumes 1 and 2
(freely available at http://feynmanlectures.info/)

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Mutuazione: 20802115-1 FISICA I MODULO I in Ingegneria elettronica L-8 CANALE 2 POMPEO NICOLA, SANTARSIERO MASSIMO

Programme

Introduction
- Physical quantities and units
- Fundamentals on vector algebra

Kinematics of a material point
- Kinematics quantities in the rectilinear motion
- Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion
- Simple harmonic motion
- Kinematics in 2-D and 3-D
- Motion trajectory
- Tangential and normal components of acceleration (*)
- Parabolic motion
- Circular motion (*)
- Relative motion

Dynamics of a material point
- Principles of Dynamics and Newton's laws
- Momentum and Impulse
- Equilibrium and constraint reaction forces
- Gravitational force
- Weight and motion under gravity
- Forces and motion
- Forces of dry friction
- Inclined plane
- Elastic force and mass-spring system
- Tension force in ropes
- Applications to circular motion
- Viscous force (*)
- Electrical charge and Coulomb force
- Simple pendulum
- Inertial and non-inertial reference frames
- Inertial forces

Work and Energy
- Work and power
- Work of weight, elastic and dry friction forces
- Work-energy theorem. Applications
- Conservative forces. Potential energy
- Central forces
- Gravitational and electrostatic potential energies
- Conservation of mechanical energy. Applications
- Stability conditions for static equilibrium (*)

Core Documentation

- P. Mazzoldi, M. Nigro, C. Voci, "Elementi di Fisica. Vol. I: Meccanica - Termodinamica", seconda edizione, Edises, Napoli
- R. Borghi, "Lezioni di Meccanica", amazon.com

(*) Notes on selected arguments are also available on the
course website, under the section complementi

For further studies, the following is suggested:
- R. P. Feynman, "La Fisica di Feynman", volumes 1 and 2
(freely available at http://feynmanlectures.info/)

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Mutuazione: 20802115-1 FISICA I MODULO I in Ingegneria elettronica L-8 CANALE 2 POMPEO NICOLA, SANTARSIERO MASSIMO

Programme

Introduction
- Physical quantities and units
- Fundamentals on vector algebra

Kinematics of a material point
- Kinematics quantities in the rectilinear motion
- Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion
- Simple harmonic motion
- Kinematics in 2-D and 3-D
- Motion trajectory
- Tangential and normal components of acceleration (*)
- Parabolic motion
- Circular motion (*)
- Relative motion

Dynamics of a material point
- Principles of Dynamics and Newton's laws
- Momentum and Impulse
- Equilibrium and constraint reaction forces
- Gravitational force
- Weight and motion under gravity
- Forces and motion
- Forces of dry friction
- Inclined plane
- Elastic force and mass-spring system
- Tension force in ropes
- Applications to circular motion
- Viscous force (*)
- Electrical charge and Coulomb force
- Simple pendulum
- Inertial and non-inertial reference frames
- Inertial forces

Work and Energy
- Work and power
- Work of weight, elastic and dry friction forces
- Work-energy theorem. Applications
- Conservative forces. Potential energy
- Central forces
- Gravitational and electrostatic potential energies
- Conservation of mechanical energy. Applications
- Stability conditions for static equilibrium (*)

Core Documentation

- P. Mazzoldi, M. Nigro, C. Voci, "Elementi di Fisica. Vol. I: Meccanica - Termodinamica", seconda edizione, Edises, Napoli
- R. Borghi, "Lezioni di Meccanica", amazon.com

(*) Notes on selected arguments are also available on the
course website, under the section complementi

For further studies, the following is suggested:
- R. P. Feynman, "La Fisica di Feynman", volumes 1 and 2
(freely available at http://feynmanlectures.info/)

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Mutuazione: 20802115-1 FISICA I MODULO I in Ingegneria elettronica L-8 CANALE 3 MONACELLI PIERO

Programme

Introduction
- Physical quantities and units
- Fundamentals on vector algebra

Kinematics of a material point
- Kinematics quantities in the rectilinear motion
- Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion
- Simple harmonic motion
- Kinematics in 2-D and 3-D
- Motion trajectory
- Tangential and normal components of acceleration (*)
- Parabolic motion
- Circular motion (*)
- Relative motion

Dynamics of a material point
- Principles of Dynamics and Newton's laws
- Momentum and Impulse
- Equilibrium and constraint reaction forces
- Gravitational force
- Weight and motion under gravity
- Forces and motion
- Forces of dry friction
- Inclined plane
- Elastic force and mass-spring system
- Tension force in ropes
- Applications to circular motion
- Viscous force (*)
- Electrical charge and Coulomb force
- Simple pendulum
- Inertial and non-inertial reference frames
- Inertial forces

Work and Energy
- Work and power
- Work of weight, elastic and dry friction forces
- Work-energy theorem. Applications
- Conservative forces. Potential energy
- Central forces
- Gravitational and electrostatic potential energies
- Conservation of mechanical energy. Applications
- Stability conditions for static equilibrium (*)

Core Documentation

- P. Mazzoldi, M. Nigro, C. Voci, "Elementi di Fisica. Vol. I: Meccanica - Termodinamica", seconda edizione, Edises, Napoli
- R. Borghi, "Lezioni di Meccanica", amazon.com

(*) Notes on selected arguments are also available on the
course website, under the section complementi

For further studies, the following is suggested:
- R. P. Feynman, "La Fisica di Feynman", volumes 1 and 2
(freely available at http://feynmanlectures.info/)

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Mutuazione: 20802115-1 FISICA I MODULO I in Ingegneria elettronica L-8 CANALE 4 GORI PAOLA

Programme

Introduction
- Physical quantities and units
- Fundamentals on vector algebra

Kinematics of a material point
- Kinematics quantities in the rectilinear motion
- Uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion
- Simple harmonic motion
- Kinematics in 2-D and 3-D
- Motion trajectory
- Tangential and normal components of acceleration (*)
- Parabolic motion
- Circular motion (*)
- Relative motion

Dynamics of a material point
- Principles of Dynamics and Newton's laws
- Momentum and Impulse
- Equilibrium and constraint reaction forces
- Gravitational force
- Weight and motion under gravity
- Forces and motion
- Forces of dry friction
- Inclined plane
- Elastic force and mass-spring system
- Tension force in ropes
- Applications to circular motion
- Viscous force (*)
- Electrical charge and Coulomb force
- Simple pendulum
- Inertial and non-inertial reference frames
- Inertial forces

Work and Energy
- Work and power
- Work of weight, elastic and dry friction forces
- Work-energy theorem. Applications
- Conservative forces. Potential energy
- Central forces
- Gravitational and electrostatic potential energies
- Conservation of mechanical energy. Applications
- Stability conditions for static equilibrium (*)

Core Documentation

- P. Mazzoldi, M. Nigro, C. Voci, "Elementi di Fisica. Vol. I: Meccanica - Termodinamica", seconda edizione, Edises, Napoli
- R. Borghi, "Lezioni di Meccanica", amazon.com

(*) Notes on selected arguments are also available on the
course website, under the section complementi

For further studies, the following is suggested:
- R. P. Feynman, "La Fisica di Feynman", volumes 1 and 2
(freely available at http://feynmanlectures.info/)