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CODE 56692 2023/2024 6 cfu anno 1 SCIENZE DELL'ARCHITETTURA 8694 (L-17) - GENOVA FIS/01 Italian GENOVA 1° Semester Questo insegnamento è propedeutico per gli insegnamenti: Sciences of architecture 8694 (coorte 2023/2024) GENERAL PHYSIC 56692 2023 AULAWEB

OVERVIEW

The course  will deal with the classical mechanics and it aims at learning the physical laws and the mechanical principles. It will be attached a great importance to the process for stating the problems and a minor importance to the numerical solution.

AIMS AND CONTENT

TEACHING METHODS

Lectures of theory  and of application for the statment and solution of numerical problems will alternate.  A very weight will be attached to the statment and literal solution of the problems.

SYLLABUS/CONTENT

Reference: standard; dimensions; units; vectors; vector addition, dot and cross product of vectors.

-Kinematics: position an dispalecement vector; velocity and acceleration; frame of reference;  simple type of motion; relative motions.

- Dynamics of a perticle: force and mass; Newton’s laws.

- Some important forces: weigth; conctat forces; vincular forces; elastic force; impulsive force end momentum of a particle; power.

- Work and energy: the work-energy theorem and kinetic energy; conervative forces and potential energy.

- Dynamic of systems: center of mass; conservation of momentum of system of particles; work and energy for e systems.

- Rigid body: kinematics of rotation about e fixed axis; momentum of inertia; rotational kinetic energy; momentum of a force; angular momentum and conservation of angolar momentum of a rigid body; static equilibrium of a rigid body.

RECOMMENDED READING/BIBLIOGRAPHY

Halliday, Resnick, Krane   Vol. 1  Editrice Ambrosiana.

Ghettys, Keller, Skova Vol. 1   Mac Gaw Hill

TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD

Exam Board

PAOLO SOLINAS (President)

ANDREA GIACHETTA

LESSONS

Class schedule

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EXAMS

EXAM DESCRIPTION

Written and oral examination

ASSESSMENT METHODS

The oral examination will be possible if only a mark over 14/30 was be achieved.