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Engineering and Applied Science 2/ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES 2

Department/subject Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Engineering and Applied science
Teacher/lecturer name Otsugi Tomi
The holding year 2014
Date First semester

Lecture summary
In the basic physics of spring semester, we make use of physical basic concept that we learned through the dynamics and learn thermodynamics and the basics of electromagnetism. After having learned the thermodynamic first law, the second law in the thermodynamics, we lecture by efficiency of thermomotor. It allows it to be understood from the basics as these are concepts not to let discussion of energy problem write. We learn electromagnetism not to let you write in understanding modern civilized society in the latter half from the basics.

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Author name /Authors: Otsugi Tomi
Title of a book /Title: Basic physics for university student
Publishing company, publication age /Publisher.Year: Arts and sciences book, 2011

Lecture contents
1 Guidance
2 What is thermodynamics?
3 Molecular kinetic theory
4 Introduction to entropy
5 Thermomotor and thermal efficiency
6 Coulomb's law: Point charge
7 Coulomb's law: Consecutive distribution
8 Summary of midterm examination and the first half
9 Law of gauss
10 Electric field of conductor and the rotation
11 Polarization
12 Electric current and magnetic field: Biot-Savart's law
13 Electric current and magnetic field: Law of Ampere
14 Law of electromagnetic induction and Fala D
15 Summary