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Physics 670

Energy & Technology I

Spring 2004

Syllabus (PDF version)

All classrooms are in Smith Lab, 174 W. 18th Ave. All periods meet in room 2005.

The first period for the day is scheduled at 9:00 to 10:48 am.

The second period for the day is scheduled at 1:00 to 2:48 pm.

Videos are shown from 11:00 to 11:48 am.


Periods 1 and 2 April 3 Chapter 1: Introduction to the World of Energy I
Video 1: Why Physics? / Renewable Power
Chapter 2: Forms of Energy
Periods 3 and 4 April 10 Chapter 3: Motion and Forces
Video 2: Ringof Truth: Change
Chapter 4: Gravity, Mass, and Weight
Periods 5 and 6 April 17 Chapter 5: Forces and Newton's Laws
Video 3: Nova: The Light Stuff
Chapter 6: Energy and Work
Periods 7 and 8 April 24 Chapter 7: Simple Machines
MIDTERM I covering periods 1-6
Chapter 8: Work, Efficiency, and Complex Machines
Periods 9 and 10 May 1 Chapter 9: Power
Video 4: The Hidden City
Chapter 10: Electric Charge and Force
Periods 11 and 12 May 8 Chapter 11: Electric Circuits
Video 5: Edison's Miracle of Light
Chapter 12: Voltage, Current, and Resistance
Periods 13 and 14 May 15 Chapter 13: Electrical Resistance and Joule Heating
MIDTERM 2 covering periods 7-12
Chapter 14: Electrical Safety and Transmission
Periods 15 and 16 May 22 Chapter 15: Magnetic Forces and Electromagnets
Video 6: Nova: Lighting!
Chapter 16: Motors
Periods 17 and 18 May 29 Chapter 17: Induction Motors and Transformers
Video 7: Race to Save the Planet: More is Less or Bigger, Better, Faster
Chapter 18: Information Transfer
Final Exam June 5 Final Examination 9:00 - 10:48 am
Wonderful Brunch Break
12:00 - 3:00 pm Lesson Plan Talks
Instructors:
Bunny ClarkRoom 4020Phone (614)292-1843email: bcc@mps.ohio-state.edu
Jim BihariRoom 5059Phone (614)487-7211email: bihari.1@osu.edu

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