Introduction to Phys I, Fall 09

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  • 1. Week 01: Introduction Yung-Ping Chou is an associated professor in the department of industrial design and also a jointed member in the center of common courses. He has a doctoral degree in applied physics. His current research interests are e-learning for design education, intellectual property rights for design industry, and innovative product design. rchou17@gmail.com
  • 2. Element 1: the utilization of Calculus in Physics An obvious difference between  university and high school physics  courses lies in the mathematical tool of  analysis, from algebra to calculus. In a  larger sense, mathematics is not only a  tool but also new perspectives of  solving problems.
  • 3. Is the  basic of tools Calculus Eng. Math Is the  basic of sciences Physics  Eng. Mechanics  Thermodynamics Chemistry Other courses Is the  basic of
  • 4. Element 2: linkage of Physics to solid mechanics Solid Mechanics Statics  Dynamics Mech. of  Materials Physics (I) Stress &  Equilibrium Motions Strain
  • 5. Please draw a free  body diagram for this  truck.
  • 6. back
  • 7. back
  • 8. Falling Water, since  
  • 9. Element 3: merging design thinking into the  instruction of Physics  Introduce a human‐centered perspective in whatever technology  you are teaching. Note: Design  thinking is not appropriated by  designers. 
  • 10. Segway Human Transporter Movie
  • 11. CCTV Buildings
  • 12. MJ’s antigravity illusion  問題: 人體前傾45度而不 倒下可能嗎? ‧你認為MJ是怎麼做 到的? ‧這個問題比較 tricky:如果學到 了MJ的訣竅,可以 自己去表演這個舞 台效果嗎? 答案
  • 13. An excellent example of applying nanotech: http://www.ted.com/
  • 14. Reading Materials: Firstly, there is not textbook assigned for this  course. Students will mainly study on my lecture  notes, which are PDF versions of my PPTs used in  the classroom. The PDF version of my notes will  appear on the course blog right after my lectures. However, there are some suitable physics  reference books: 1. Fundamentals of Physics, Halliday & Resnick 2. College Physics, Alan Giambattista
  • 15. 40% of the term score: a written final exam  30%: a written midterm exam  18%: 6 online quizzes  12%: attendances  •The written exams will be held jointly  with some other physics classes, in which  70% of the test problems is the same.  •The online quizzes are published at the  university Bb platform*; for each, you can  do 3 times before a deadline. * bb7.nuu.edu.tw