PHYS1149 Physics 1 (Aviation) - Session 1

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PHYS1211 Energy and Environmental Physics - Session 2

PHYS1149 is an introductory physics course in Session 1 for students studying Aviation. It covers a broad range of topics at introductory level but with less mathematical detail than our other Physics courses. The course comprises formal class time totalling 6 hours per week: 3 x 1 hour lectures, 1 x 1 hour Problem Solving Class, 1 x 2 hour laboratory period.
Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) program will also study PHYS1211 Energy & Environmental Physics as a compulsory course in Settion 2 of their 1st year.

• PHYS1149 Physics 1 (Aviation) Session 1

Timetable
Refer to Lecture Times

  • Course Lecturers
    Prof. Richard Newbury (Weeks 1-6)
    Dr Krystyna Wilk (Weeks 7-12)

Course Texts
The prescribed text for the course is:

PRESCRIBED TEXT: Physics: 9th Edition, Cutnell & Johnson (Wiley)

Wiley website link to purchase any version of the textbook including eText: http://www.wileydirect.com.au/buy/physics-9th-edition/

 

• PHYS1211 Energy and Environmental Physics - Session 2

Timetable
Refer to Lecture Times

Course Lecturers

  • Part 1: Weeks 1-4 A/Prof. Jeremy Bailey
  • Part 2: Weeks 5-8 Dr. Krystyna Wilk
  • Part 3: Weeks 9-12 Prof. Michael Ashley

Course Texts
The prescribed text for the course is:
PRESCRIBED TEXT: Energy, Its Use and the Environment, R.A. Hinrichs and M. Kleinback.
Thomson / Brooks-Cole.