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SF141203 – 3 Credits Course Coordinator  : Offered by Physics Department Materials – Textbooks, Readings, Supplementary Readings:

  • Alonso & Finn,”Fundamental University Physics”, Addison Wesley Pub Comp Inc,13`.ed, Calf, 1990.
  • Giancoli, DC., (terj, Yuhilza H), ‘Fisika, jilid 1′, Erlangga, Jakarta, 2001.
  • Halliday & Resnic; ‘Fundamental of Physics’. John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1987.
  • Petunjuk Praktikum Fisika Dasar”, Fisika, MIPA-ITS
  • Tim Dosen, “Diktat Fisika I”, ”Soal-soal Fisika I”, Fisika FMIPA-ITS
  • Tipler, PA,(terj. L Prasetio dan R.W.Adi), “Fisika: untuk Sains dan Teknik, Jilid 1″, Erlangga, Jakarta, 1998.

Course Description: Basic Physics 1 is given to equip all students in order to understand the events or phenomena of nature along with the basic laws of physics. This course will explain the basic concepts of physics mechanics, waves, and the fluid in the form of a simple math problem followed by examples and applications. By following this course, students are expected to be able to use simple physics completion in daily life. Course Requirement : Required Prerequisites              : N/A Course Topics :

  • Magnitude and vectors
  • Particle kinematics: velocity, acceleration, rectilinear motion, parabolic motion, circular motion
  • Dynamics of particles: Newton’s laws, friction
  • Work and energy: concepts of work, kinetic energy, potential energy, conservation of mechanical energy, momentum and collisions
  • Rotational motion: velocity and angular acceleration, moment of force and moment of inertia, rolling motion
  • Vibration: simple harmonic motion, vibration combined in harmony
  • Fluid mechanics: hydrostatics, hydrodynamics

Learning Outcomes After completing this course, students should be able to (the numbering does not necessarily imply any ordering):

  1. explain the physical quantities and units of the system, as well as the characteristics of scalar and vector quantities
  2. explain the definitions and apply formulation of torsion motion and straight motion visually and mathematically
  3. understand and apply formulation of parabolic motion and rotational motion.
  4. understand the basic principles of the laws of Newton and describes the interaction force between objects
  5. understand the principles of work and mechanical energy, mechanical energy conservation laws
  6. apply the principle of impulse and momentum, conservation of momentum, elastic and inelastic collision
  7. understand the center of mass and moments of inertia
  8. understand the principles of rigid body motion and rolling motion
  9. understand and apply velocity and angular acceleration, rotational and translational motion, rigid body equilibrium
  10. apply the formula to solve the problem of harmonic vibration spring and pendulum vibrations
  11. understand Hooke Law in elasticity tensile and torsional
  12. understand stationary fluid flow events and the role of viscosity on fluid flow buoyancy apply the formula and the formula Bernoulli.