New Course Listing (Physics 248B) HOW THINGS WORK (5 CREDITS) NW

Please let your majors know about a special physics
course being offered this quarter (Fall 2013) for non-physics majors.

 PHYSICS 248B (Selected Topic in Physics) “The Physics of How Things Work” (NW)5 CREDITS SLN: 22465 Meets: MW 2:30pm-3:50pm IN ROOM: Physics-Astronomy Building Rm PAA A110 Instructor: Professor Blinov ANY QUESTIONS? Please email Professor Blinov at blinov@u.washington.edu Course description:


 This Physics 248B course uses everyday, or, at least, familiar objects to introduce basic physics concepts. For  example, discussions of skating,
 falling balls, and bumper cars are  used to explain the Newton's Laws of Motion. Air conditioners and  automobiles are used to explore concepts of thermodynamics. Engineers,  architects, and professionals in other fields will benefit from the 
 material that connects science to our everyday world. The website for the course is:
 	https://canvas.uw.edu/courses/870917

 

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