892104 Physics for food- and biotechnology
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- Semester hours
- Lecturer (assistant)
- Spies, Fabian , Willam, Jakob , Lichtenegger, Helga
- Offered in
- Wintersemester 2022/23
- Languages of instruction
Introduction: methodology in science; physical quantities; mathematical methods in physics; physical measures.
The mechanics of solids: the kinematics of linear motion; the kinematics of rotary motion; the dynamics of linear motion; friction; gravity; work; energy; power; efficiency; energy and biology; the earth´s energy balance; momentum; the dynamics of rotary motion; gyroscopes.
Thermodynamics: Temperature; specific and molar quantities; general equation of state of ideal gas; energy and heat; the first law of thermodynamics; general change of state of ideal gas; the second law of thermodynamics; thermal engines, heat engines; equation of state of real gas and steam; states of matter; air humidity; transport processes.
Electricity: electrostatics; DC-circuits; electromagnetism; principles of electrodynamics; moved charges and currents in magnetic fields; electromagnetic induction; AC-circuits; resistance and AC-circuits; work and power from AC; transformers; three-phase current; electric power consuming circuit; power supply in Austria.
- Previous knowledge expected
Physics and Mathematics on high school graduation (Matura) level
- Objective (expected results of study and acquired competences)
Students graduating from this course have good knowledge in the areas mechanics, thermodynamics and electricity. They are familiar with the relevant physical context and formulas and are able to apply them for the solution of physical problems in the area of food and biotechnology.
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