Modiwl BIC0009:
Physics 2
Ffeithiau’r Modiwl
Rhedir gan Marketing: Bangor International College
10 Credyd neu 5 Credyd ECTS
Semester 1 a 2
Trefnydd: Mrs Laura McKenzie
Amcanion cyffredinol
1) To provide students with a basic knowledge of electricity and electronics so that they may apply this knowledge to real situations in engineering and computing.
2) To provide students with a basic understanding of fields and their effects
3) To provide students with additional experience of laboratory practice and procedures with an emphasis on the need to work with regard to the safety of themselves and others
4) To prepare students further for the deployment at level 4 and beyond of an Engineering or Computer Science first degree of the knowledge they will have gained
Cynnwys cwrs
This module continues to provide the appropriate foundation in Physics knowledge and related practical skills to enable students to be successful in their planned undergraduate studies in the fields of engineering and computer science. Many students will come from educational systems where there has been a strong emphasis placed on the study of sciences but it cannot be assumed that this will apply more generally. It is important therefore that the module ensures an appropriate level of scientific background required to cope with their future engineering or computer science first degree programme.
The main topics covered are:
Electricity and Electronics: Current and charge; Potential difference; Limits and use of Ohm’s law; Potential divides and potentiometers; Wheatstone bridge; Capacitors in DC circuits; Measuring AC; AC circuits; Transistors; Operational amplifiers; Logic circuits.
Fields and their effects: Fields; their nature, strength and forces; Potential and potential energy in fields; Graphs and diagrams of field strength and potential; intermolecular fields; Electrical and gravitational fields from spheres and points; Earth’s ‘uniform’ gravitational field; Launching satellites from earth; Uniform electric fields; Capacitance of parallel plates and isolated spheres; Measuring magnetic fields and their forces; Using magnetic field formulae; Principles of electromagnetic induction; Calculating flux; Magnetic/electric circuit analogy; Inductance and transformers; Electromagnetic fields.
Data Analysis: Units and dimensions; Graphs; Errors.
Meini Prawf
ardderchog
Student has performed effectively in all aspects of the module and has demonstrated a high level of suitability for and can proceed with confidence to undergraduate degree studies
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Student has demonstrated sound, basic knowledge and technique in tackling many of the topics covered in the module and so shown clear suitability for undergraduate degree studies.
trothwy
Student has coped sufficiently well with some aspects of the module to achieve the minimum level of pass to allow progression onto an undergraduate degree programme.
Canlyniad dysgu

Demonstrate an understanding of fields and their effects and apply the theoretical framework to solve mathematical and practical problems

Analyse data in a consistent set of units

Demonstrate an understanding of the theoretical bases of electricity and electronics and apply them to practical problems met in engineering, for example, instrumentation, and computing

Carry out experiments in electricity and electronics in order to confirm theory and write up findings appropriately
Dulliau asesu
Math  Enw  Disgrifiad  Pwysau 

Lab reports  30  
Final exam  70 
Strategaeth addysgu a dysgu
Oriau  

Seminar  Teacherled classes will involve students gaining a greater understanding of the topics covered through minipresentations, group work and working in small groups to assist and encourage students to apply findings and information accurately 
50 
Private study  Student will develop independent learning skills with regards to researching on relevant topics, working together to understand and solve problems 
40 
Laboratory  Small group laboratory work. Undertaking up to 5 Practical Sessions during the module and participating in group work led by teacher modeling the task and monitoring performance 
10 
Sgiliau Trosglwyddadwy
 Rhifedd  Medrusrwydd wrth ddefnyddio rhifau ar lefelau priodol o gywirdeb
 Hunanreolaeth  Gallu gweithio mewn ffordd effeithlon, prydlon a threfnus. Gallu edrych ar ganlyniadau tasgau a digwyddiadau, a barnu lefelau o ansawdd a phwysigrwydd
 Archwilio  Gallu ymchwilio ac ystyried dewisiadau eraill
 Ymwybyddiaeth o ddiogelwch  Bod yn ymwybodol o'ch amgylchedd a hyder o ran cadw at reoliadau iechyd a diogelwch
 Gwaith Tîm  Gallu cydweithio'n adeiladol ag eraill ar dasg gyffredin, ac/neu fod yn rhan o dîm gweithio o ddydd i ddydd
Sgiliau pwnc penodol
 Demonstrate numeracy skills required as a basis for future studies in Computing and Engineering programmes
 Demonstrate an understanding and ability to apply concepts, principles and theories underpinning physics, mathematics and computing to relevant situations
 Develop an awareness of the relevance of physics and mathematics to the field of engineering
 Demonstrate the ability to undertake practical work, on computers and the capability to work in a laboratory collecting, organising and presenting data using appropriate techniques
Adnoddau
Goblygiadau o ran adnoddau ar gyfer myfyrwyr
Core Text book
Rhestr ddarllen
Breithaupt, J. (2015) A Level Physics for AQA: Student Book Oxford University Press/Nelson Thornes
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