Class will not be held on Monday, August 6th (Institute closed for BC Day). Once this course is full there will be no over-capacity registration allowed and the Physics department does not maintain a waitlist. This course is offered once per year in the SUMMER term only. Visit the BCIT Part-Time Studies Key Registration Dates webpage for course registration information.
Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Apply the concepts of calorimetry to compute temperature changes, heat loss/gain in conduction and radiation processes, thermal expansion and thermal stress in technological contexts.
Demonstrate how vibrations and wave concepts apply, predict modes of vibration in simple systems, and explain the use of sound waves in non-destructive testing.
Verify Ohm's Law for DC current and voltage and compute resistivity.
Analyze electric and magnetic forces and simple electric circuits.
Effective as of Fall 2003
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