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Course title Physics I
Course code Fizi2014
Credit points 3
ECTS creditpoints 4.50
Total Hours in Course 120
Number of hours for lectures 24
Number of hours for seminars and practical classes 16
Number of hours for laboratory classes 16
Independent study hours 64
Date of course confirmation 16/01/2013
Responsible Unit Department of Physics
Course developers
Dr. habil. sc. ing., prof. Uldis Iljins

There is no prerequisite knowledge required for this course
Replaced course
Fizi2004 [GFIZ2004] Physics I
Course abstract
Physics course is giving an overview of fundamental laws that are essential to problem solving in engineering sciences. Course consists of lectures, manual training, laboratory and individual exercises. During the lectures students are introduced to theory and ways of describing physical laws. Manual training includes practicing and understanding written exercises and calculating precise results. During laboratory workshops students’ deal with hands-on exercises where they measure, process and analyses various data readings.
Learning outcomes and their assessment
After completing the course students will have:
• knowledge about regularity of essential concepts of physics and critical understanding of how to use it in real-world process description;
• skills to use measurements of physical quantities and apply knowledge in calculation for their branch of research, summarize and analytically describe the results; • competence to evaluate results of measurements and calculations, problem solving and understand what influence their professional activities have on environment.
Compulsory reading
1. Valtera red. Fizika. Rīga: Zvaigzne, 1992. 733 lpp. 2. Fizika visiem.
Further reading
1. Jansone M., Kalnača A. u.c. Uzdevumu krājums vispārīgajā fizikā. Rīga: RTU, 2000. 247 lpp. Ir LLU FB ~ 200 eks. 2. Tipler P. A., Mosca G. Physics for Scientists and Engineers 6th edition. New York, NY: W. H. Freeman. 2008. 1172 p.
Periodicals and other sources
1. Terra. Rīga: Latvijas Universitāte ISSN 977-1407-7191