# NAB1001 Physics

## Course description for academic year 2024/2025

### Contents and structure

Newton's laws in two dimensions, energy, impulse and momentum. Circular movement with inertia and spinn. Calculations of force and gravitation. Pressure and buoyancy. Equation of state, pVT-diagrams, length and volume expansion. Waves and fluctuations.

### Learning Outcome

-Knowledge:

• The student knows the equations of motion, Newton's laws, rectilinear and curvature movement in several dimensions.

The student can describe:

• Conditions for equilibrium in the subject statics.
• Gas laws.
• Bernouilli's equation with and without loss.
• Acoustic and electromagnetic waves.
• Geometrical optics.
• Satellite movement.
• The law of gravitation.

- Skills:

The student is able to calculate:

• Distance, speed and acceleration.
• Forces, pressure and momentums.
• Pressure, volume, mass and temperature, by use of the gas laws.
• Fluid velocity, pressure and height by use of Bernouilli's equation.
• Speed, frequency and wavelength for acoustic and electromagnetic waves.
• Reflection and refraction angles.
• Satellite movement.

- General Qualifications:

The student is able to use the knowledge of physics:

• As a tool in their coming studies and later in their occupation.
• To improve safety onboard.
• When working with their bachelor assignment.

### Entry requirements

None.

Nautical Science Y-vei- students must have approved work requirements in NABY0003.

### Recommended previous knowledge

Fysikk 1 og Fysikk 2 from upper secondary school or equivalent.

### Teaching methods

Lectures and lab work

### Compulsory learning activities

Assignments and Peer assessments:

- Assignment: 2 of 3 written assignments must be approved in order to take the final exam.

- Peer assessments: 2 assignments of 2 other fellow students must be graded.

### Assessment

Written exam, 5 hrs

### Examination support material

The College's Teknisk formelsamling(Pedersen, Gustavsen, Kaasa og Olsen)

Calculator (Casio fx-991EX)