5.00 credits
30.0 h + 30.0 h
Q2
Teacher(s)
Language
French
Prerequisites
This course supposes acquired the notions of physics and mathematics such as taught in LEPL1201, LEPL1101 and LEPL1102.
Main themes
Two themes are considered :
 The first theme deals with electromagnetism, in particular in materials, it is the continuation of LEPL1201.
 The second theme introduces the dynamic of the rigid body in 3D.
Learning outcomes
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :  
1  Contribution of the course to the program objectives: Regarding the learning outcomes of the program of Bachelor in Engineering Sciences, this course contributes to the development and the acquisition of the following learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes marked by (*) are initiated in LFSAB1202 and applied for FSA11BA students, in the framework of the project LFSAB1502. At the end of the course, he student will be able : 1. for the part on electricity: LO 1.1, LO 1.2: to use basic law of electromagnetism to solve simple problems in electromagnetism or electromechanics and more specifically, will be able to:
LO 1.1, LO 1.2 to express in vector form the equations of motion of one or several interconnected rigid bodies; to derive the equations describing the dynamics of a single rigid body (NewtonEuler equations); to manipulate generalized coordinates to model multiple rigid bodies dynamics (by means of) and to derive their equations of motion as well as the constraint forces via the Virtual Power Principle. and more specifically, will be able to:

Content
Electromagnetism
 Magnetostatics in vacuum and materials
 Magnetic induction
 Inductance and magnetic circuits
 Vector geometry and 3C kinematics
 Dynamics characterization of a rigid body
 Dynamics of rigid bodies
 Static of rigid bodies
Teaching methods
The course is organized
 around problembased learning sessions, or experimental laboratory work, which predate the lectures;
 around exercisebased learning sessions, that follow lectures;
 around lectures including from time to time 'live' experiments' in physics.
Evaluation methods
Students are evaluated individually (writing exam during the session):
An optional test on the "electromagnetism" part is (normally) organized during the semester, and counts for 30% of the grade of the "electromagnetism" part, if it is to the advantage of the student.
For the the written examination, only an unannotated form, provided to the students at the beginning of the year, is allowed.
 the "electromagnetism" part counts for 40% of the final grade;
 the "rigid body mechanics" part counts for 60% of the final grade,
An optional test on the "electromagnetism" part is (normally) organized during the semester, and counts for 30% of the grade of the "electromagnetism" part, if it is to the advantage of the student.
For the the written examination, only an unannotated form, provided to the students at the beginning of the year, is allowed.
Online resources
Teaching materials
 University Physics (Young & Freedman); transparents et exercices pour la partie "électromagnétisme"
 Syllabus, transparents et exercices pour la partie "mécanique des corps rigides"
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