PHY1031F: General Physics A
PHY1031F is a first-year, first semester, algebra-based introductory course for Science students who do not intend proceeding to second-year courses in Physics. Some calculus may be used.
Dr. Steve Peterson - Room 5.14, RW James Building
Students will be expected to have passed NSC Physical Science with at least 60%.
MECHANICS: vectors, kinematics, forces, dynamics, momentum, impulse, work, energy, power, collisions, rotation, rotational dynamics, torque, angular momentum, static equilibrium, gravitation.
PROPERTIES OF MATTER: elasticity, hydrostatics, hydrodynamics.
VIBRATIONS AND WAVES: simple harmonic motion, damped oscillations, forced oscillations, resonance, travelling waves, superposition, standing waves, sound waves, sound intensity, Doppler effect.
- Dr. Steve Peterson - Room 5.14, RW James Building
- Dr. Dale Taylor - Room 4.05, RW James Building
- Dr. Tom Leadbeater - Room 5.12, RW James Building
- Jake Gordin
- Kimeel Sooknunan