PHYS 401 - Classical Physics Lab
Last offered Spring 2022
Experiments and techniques in classical mechanics and electromagnetism. Dynamics of electrical and mechanical oscillators in the linear domain. Fourier analysis of system response. Measurements of electrostatic fields, transmission lines, waves, and radiation. Electromagnetic phenomena in dielectrics, conductors, and magnetic materials. Instruction in data analysis and report writing. Course Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 3 graduate hours. Prerequisite: PHYS 325; credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 435 or ECE 329. Class Schedule Information: Register for the lecture and one of the laboratory sections.
No required textbook
|Classical Physics Lab||A||38571||LEC||3||1530 - 1620||M||136 Loomis Laboratory||Jeffrey P Filippini|
|Classical Physics Lab||L1||38572||LAB||0||1300 - 1650||T||6103 Engineering Sciences Building|
|Classical Physics Lab||L3||38573||LAB||0||1300 - 1650||W||6103 Engineering Sciences Building|
|Classical Physics Lab||L4||57893||LAB||0||0800 - 1150||R||6103 Engineering Sciences Building|