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17ABBFY3 - Physics III

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17ABBFY3 KZ 2 1+1
Enrollement in the course requires an successful completion of the following courses:
Physics II (17ABBFY2)
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Department of Natural Sciences
Synopsis:

The course extends the previous courses Physics I. and Physics II. In this set of courses the main emphasis is placed on the understanding of priciples and the ability to solve standard physical examples. In Physics III. course we study waves, optics and lasers. We concentrate on practical examples and experiments.

Requirements:

Assessment: active participation on the solution of excercises

Examination: fulfillment of requirements for assessment, knowledges covering the extent of the course

Syllabus of lectures:

1.Mechanical waves, fundamentals of acoustics

2.Ultrasound and its applications

3.Electromagnetic waves - optical radiation

4.Fundamentals of geometric optics

5.Fundamentals of wave optics

6.Properties and parameters of optical instruments

7.Lasers, special parts of optics

Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Mechanical waves, fundamentals of acoustics

2.Ultrasound and its applications

3.Electromagnetic waves - optical radiation

4.Fundamentals of geometric optics

5.Fundamentals of wave optics

6.Properties and parameters of optical instruments

7.Lasers, special parts of optics

Study Objective:

The course extends the previous courses Physics I. and Physics II. In this set of courses the main emphasis is placed on the understanding of priciples and the ability to solve standard physical examples. In Physics III. course we study waves, optics and lasers. We concentrate on practical examples and experiments.

Study materials:

[1] F.Krupka, L.Kalivoda: Fyzika. SNTL/ALFA 1989

[2] J.Obraz: Ultrazvuk v měřicí technice. SNTL, 1984.

[3] Ensminger.D, Stulen F.B.: Ultrasonics. CRC Press, 2009.

[4] Cheeke J.D.N.: Fundamentals and Applications of Ultrasonic Waves. CRC Press, 2002.

[5] J.Fuka, B.Havelka: Optika. SNTL, 1961

[6] M. Born, E. Wolf, Principles of Optics, Oxford, Pergamon, 1993

[7] B. E. A. Saleh a M. C. Teich: Základy fotoniky, Matfyzpress 1994.

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The course is a part of the following study plans:
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