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Acoustics (OCW University of the Basque Country)
This course offers a wide perspective on aspects of production, reception and effects of sound and noise, which can be understood without specialist training in Engineering, Physics or Mathematics, as it is designed for students with elementary notions of Physics and for general public interest.
AUDIOVISUAL WRITING (OCW Polytechnic University of Valencia)
From a theoretical and practical perspective, this course aims to increase design skills in audiovisual space and time, in order to, through this process, introduce the student to the field of audiovisual realisation.
ELECTRICITY FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (OCW Polytechnic University of Valencia)
To learn about the main physical laws in the field of electromagnetism and their mathematical formulation. To acquire specific vocabulary and terminology. To learn the main experimental techniques in the field of electromagnetism. To acquire a conceptual and methodological base, which is elementary and indispensable, in order to embark satisfactorily upon other areas of the degree course.
Experimental Technologies (OCW Technical University of Madrid)
The course Experimental Technologies aims to provide the student with a full vision of the work to be done in practical cases, where one needs to obtain a reliable result for publishing via a report. The level of this subject is for first year students, and the subject is directly linked to practical laboratory experiences. The course content is of a general nature, in order for the material taught to be used in any other area of the degree course which may require the use of measurement units, error calculation, the completion and interpretation of graphs, the organisation and interpretation of experimental data, bibliography searches, technical report writing, etc. Naturally all this material is basic for a later professional career in technical aeronautical engineering.
Mechanics and waves (OCW University of Valencia)
Newtonian and relativist mechanics. Elements of analytical mechanics. Fluid mechanics. General aspects of wave physics. Elastic waves in fluids and isotropic solids. Core Subject for Physics. First Cycle. Second year. Yearly: 10.5 credits.
Physical basics of IT (OCW University of Seville)
This online material is for the course PHYSICAL BASICS OF IT, and has been developed for the EUROPEAN CREDIT TRANSFER SYSTEM.
PHYSICAL BASICS OF ROBOTICS (OCW Polytechnic University of Valencia)
This subject covers topics regarding key Systems and Mechanics, which allow the student to understand and analyse movement in mechanical systems and articulated arms. It also covers the basics of activators and signal receivers. All this is focused into an introductory study of Robotics and Industrial Computing.
Physics (OCW Technical University of Madrid)
This course presents the student with basic Laws of Physics in the fields of Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Electricity. It teaches the material necessary to embark upon courses based on Physics, which the student will take later under Agricultural Engineering. Exercising the techniques for resolving…
Physics I (OCW Technical University of Madrid)
The subject previously known as General Physics (or similar) has now become, under the current study plan, two subjects: Physics I and Physics II. It is not easy to talk about each one separately, as they are closely linked and form part of the same discipline. So, when we talk (or write) in general, we refer to Physics, and for more specific issues we indicate the relevant part. Physics, in all engineering degrees and almost all science degrees , is a basic, fundamental course subject, in the widest sense. It is basic, because it must prepare the student, providing sufficient knowledge and skill to tackle successfully, without lapses in knowledge or operational and modelling faults, most of the other subjects studied on the course. Physics is an experimental science, we could say that it is the paradigm of scientific methods: observation, models, laws, verification. The study of physics, therefore, must always involve practical tasks, which put the laws to the test and help to retain new knowledge. However, as the current Study Plan includes a subject known as “Experimental Techniques”, this area will cover the practical part, data handling and presentation of results, leaving the Physics subject area for the comprehensive study of the theory and its methodological and reasoned application in problems, at an appropriate level for first year undergraduates.
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