Course Unit Code  Course Unit Title  Type of Course Unit  Year of Study  Semester  Number of ECTS Credits  182001702105  BASIC PHYSICS  Elective  1  2  3 

Level of Course Unit 
Short Cycle 
Objectives of the Course 
The first year is the basic course for Newtonian mechanics and fluid mechanics for students. The aim of this course is to provide an understanding of the principles and basic laws of Newtonian mechanics and to teach them how to apply them to the physical events that occur in daily life. It also prepares students for other highlevel physics courses. This course should be taken at the same time as the laboratory condition. 
Name of Lecturer(s) 
Yrd. Doç. Dr. Ramazan Topkaya 
Learning Outcomes 
1  At the end of this course, students should be able to describe the basic concepts and principles of mechanics and use them to solve related problems.
 2  At the end of this course, students should be able to describe the basic concepts and principles of mechanics and use them to solve related problems.
 3  Be able to perform basic experiments related to mechanics, collect and interpret data and make presentations,  4  Be able to perform basic experiments related to mechanics, collect and interpret data and make presentations,  5  To be able to think critically, logically and analytically in daily life,  6  To be able to think critically, logically and analytically in daily life,  7  Apply the principles of classical mechanics to the real world,  8  Apply the principles of classical mechanics to the real world,  9  To be able to follow important new discoveries and technological developments in physics,  10  To be able to follow important new discoveries and technological developments in physics, 

Mode of Delivery 
Daytime Class 
Prerequisites and corequisities 
None 
Recommended Optional Programme Components 
None 
Course Contents 
Physics and measurement; Motion in one dimension; Vectors; Motion in two dimensions; Movement laws; Circular motion and other applications of Newton's laws; Energy and energy transfer; Potential energy; Linear momentum and collisions; Rotation of the rigid body around the stationary axis; Angular momentum; Static stability and flexibility. 
Weekly Detailed Course Contents 

1  Physical Quantities and Vectors  Guided problem solving   2  Motion in One Dimension  Guided problem solving   3  Motion in Two Dimensions  Guided problem solving   4  Laws of Motion  Guided problem solving   5  Applications of Newton's Laws  Guided problem solving   6  Work and Kinetic Energy  Guided problem solving   7  Midterm    8  Potential Energy  Guided problem solving   9  Momentum, Collision  Guided problem solving   10  Rotational Motion of Solid Bodies  Guided problem solving   11  Dynamics of Rotational Motion  Guided problem solving   12  Static Balance and Flexibility  Guided problem solving   13  Vibrational Motion  Guided problem solving   14  General evaluation and final exam preparation   

Recommended or Required Reading 
1. Raymond A. Serway, John W., (1995). “Fen ve Mühendislik için Fizik”, Palme Yayıncılık.
2. Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman, (2007) “Üniversite Fiziği”, Pearson Education Yayıncılık.
3. David Halliday, Robert Resnick, (2008). “ Fiziğin Temeller”, Wiley 
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods 

Assessment Methods and Criteria  
Midterm Examination  1  100  SUM  100  
Final Examination  1  100  SUM  100  Term (or Year) Learning Activities  40  End Of Term (or Year) Learning Activities  60  SUM  100 
 Language of Instruction  Turkish  Work Placement(s)  None 

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