Physics Lab for Engineering

Course Description

Non-calculus based general physics lab course for Master of Science in Environmental Engineering online program. The course includes interactive illustrations, explorations, and problems in major parts of General Physics: Kinematics, Dynamics, Electric current and Optics.

Learning Outcomes

  • Investigate uniform motion and apply the equation of uniform motion.
  • Measure the acceleration due to gravity by analyzing the non-uniform motion of a freely falling object.
  • Examine projectile motion.
  • Determine the position of an object using the Laws of Dynamics.
  • Examine a complete electrical circuit using Ohm’s Law and principles of connection in series and in parallel.
  • Investigate the basic principle of reflection and refraction.

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