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The course focuses on the main laws associated with mechanics and electromagnetism in vacuum. Specific attention is given to the discussion of each law applicability and limitations and to the adoption of models and schematic descriptions to deal with real-world problems.
The aim of the course is providing the necessary bases for the comprehension of physical phenomena of electromagnetism and developing abilities to address in a quantitative and relational way simple problems. The course will allow to familiarise with the fundamental laws that allow the evaluation of electro-magnetic fields in simple configuration and to approach to the study of simple electical networks.
The course foresees 40 hours of theoretical explanation and 20 hours of exercises guided by the lecturer or the tutor. All the contents are covered during the course, the usage of the suggested books is recommended. The final exam includes written and oral test.
As part of the innovation learning project adopted by the Bachelor Degree Course in Mechanical Engineering, novel tools will be also used for the active learning of students. The goal is to increase students' skills via interactive, experience-based, learning methodologies (e-learning, teamwork, etc.) for enhanced student participation, using an advanced level of communication that makes the student more aware and autonomous
Electrostatic: Coulomb's law and electric field, Gauss's law, potential energy and electric potential. Capacitor and capacity. Current and resistance, direct current circuit, RC circuit. Magneto-static: magnetic field, charge in an electro-magnetic field, Biot-Savart's law, Ampere's law, force between two conductors. Electro-magnetic induction, auto-induction, RL circuit, Maxwell's equations. Electro-magnetic waves (hints).z
R. A. Serway e J. W. Jewett, Principi di Fisica, Volume I e II, EdiSES, Napoli.
W. E. Gettys, F. J. Keller, M. J. Skove, Fisica classica e moderna, Volumi 1 e 2, McGraw Hill, Italia. D. Halliday, R. Resnick, J. Walker, Fondamenti di Fisica, Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, Milano.
R. Resnick, D. Halliday, K. S. Krane, Fisica 1 e 2, Casa Editrice Ambrosiana, Milano.
R. A. Serway e R. J. Beichner, Fisica per Scienze ed Ingegneria, EdiSES, Napoli. J.W. Jewett.
MATTEO SANGUINETI (President)
MAURO GINO TAIUTI (President Substitute)
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Written and oral test
Students with SLD, with disabilities, or with other regularly certified special educational needs will agree with the teacher on the exam method and the compensatory instruments, by contacting the instructor at least 10 days before the exam. They will also be able to take advantage of the additional time required by law.
Written test: 2 electro-magneitms problems.
Oral test: written test discussion, verification of understaning of course contents.