1COURSE SYLLABUSSemester:FallYear:2020College Mission StatementRichard J. Daley College provides high-quality education which leads to academic success, careerdevelopment, and personal enrichment that fulfill diverse community needs..Physics 235–IKEngineering Physics I:“Mechanics and Wave Motion”5 credit / 8 contact hours, 16 weeksClassDate & Time: T/Th 11:40 am - 03:10 pm;Location:Extension LocationSyllabus on BlackboardInstructor:Name:Dr. Ming-Jer Wange-mail:[email protected]Phone: (773) 838-7652 or Physical Science Dept. (773) 838-7720Office: Extension LocationOffice Hours:Date & Time: T/W: 09:45 am-11:40 am; 03:10 pm -03:30 pmMain Building Room#:Extension LocationCourse Description:Engineering Physics I Mechanics and Wave Motion–Exploration of thelaws of mechanics and wave motion using calculus to analyze practicaland theoretical problems. Writing assignments, as appropriate to thediscipline, are part of the course.This course is intended for studentsmajoring in Engineering or Physics.Course Prerequisites:Credit or Concurrent Enrollment in MATH 207 and Eligibility forEnglish 101 or consent of department Chairperson.Student Course isExpected to Serve:This course is intended for students majoring in Engineering and thosecontinuing in science programs at four-year institutions.Course Objectives1.Recognize the role of vectors and how they are used to analyzethe dynamics of single particles.2.Understand Newton's Laws of motion and apply these laws toproblems involving translation, circular motion, and momentum.3.Demonstrate the ability to formulate problems using the concept
2of energy and its conservation.4.Understand two particle collisions in one and two dimensions andapply the appropriate conservation laws.5.Evaluate rotational systems applying the concepts of moment ofinertia, torque and angular momentum.6.Understand small oscillations and analyze vibrating systems.7.Analyze the properties of fluids.8.Understand the mechanics of wave motion.Learning Outcomes1.Express quantities in British and metric units.2.Solve for displacement, velocity, and acceleration in mechanicsproblems.3.Solve problems by expressing dynamic properties using vectorsnotation.4.Analyze particle trajectories.5.Solve problems involving circular motion.6.Analyze problems using relative frames of reference.7.Solve problems using Newton's Three Laws of Motion.8.Calculate work, energy (potential/kinetic), and power. Relatethese calculations to conservative and non-conservative systems.9.Analyze collisions of two particles in one and two dimensions.Calculate impulse, and know how to apply principles ofmomentum conservation.10.Solve for moment of inertia, angular velocity, angularacceleration, and torque in rotating systems.