View Notes – EMK_Sunum-7_Elektrostatik from JEOFIZIK at Dokuz Eylül University – Tınaztepe Campus. Elektromanyetik Teori Dersi Sunum (Elektromanyetik Teori I). Elektrostatik ve magnetostatik. Zamana bağlı alanlar ve Maxwell denklemleri. Radyasyon alanının çok kutuplu açılımı. Radyasyonun. objelere gönderilmek üzere elektromanyetik enerji sağlar. 2. . Planck’ın elektromanyetik teorisine göre yüksek enerji seviyeleri uzun p .. Bu ders malzemesi öğrenme ve öğretme yapanlar tarafından açık lisans kapsamında ücretsiz olarak.
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Fizik Dersleri ve Tanımları :: Bogaziçi Üniversitesi | Fizik Bölümü
The course is suitable for advanced-level undergraduates. Spin dependent scattering amplitudes. Many samples are provided as observational aspects to the subject. Contour integral representations of special functions. Sophus Lie discovered that symmetry is the key to solving differential equations.
Case studies, laboratory exercises, and projects on the computer, supporting topics covered elsktromanyetik lectures. Tunneling phenomena in metal and molecules. Particle scattering and decay. Random walk teorj diffusion. Not offered to students who have taken Physor Physor Phys Crustal deformation and mountain building. Running water and groundwater. Fundamental concepts of relativity and quantum physics and their applications to the structures of single and multielectron atoms.
Optical principles and phenomena are introduced.
Basic concepts of quantum physics. Introduction to mathematical foundations of quantum physics. Attempt to make an independent experimental or theoretical contribution to the topics. Waived for double major students upon consent of the instructor.
Fizik Dersleri ve Tanımları
This course will survey current problems and approaches to non-equilibrium statistical mechanics. The physics of oscillations and wave motion. Physics students will benefit from exposure to how basic concepts of statistical physics are applied to areas elektromanydtik of physics, while non-physics students will be introduced to ideas and concepts from physics and their application in various other subject areas including their own.
Curve fitting, filters, spectral analysis, correlation, chaos. SU N simetrileri ve Standart Model. Applications to some singular problems in physics. Origins of of modern astronomy. Plane and elektromanjetik waves. Basics of astrophsical studies, positions of stars and their proper motions, distance determination to nearby stars; brightness calculations, angular radii of stars, spectral classification of stars, equations of stellar structure, physics of stellar interiors. Introduction to relativistic quantum eektromanyetik.
An advanced survey of the climate system for science der, origins of solar radiation, energy budget of the earth, atmosphere and oceans, clouds and aerosols, radiative transfer, the Greenhouse gases and Greenhouse effect, climate system stability, sensitivity and change, introduction to climate models and future predictions, climate politics.
Literature search for a specified research topic, preferably involving the study of relevant articles in international research journals. The fate of the universe.
S-matrisi ve LSZ formalizmi. Electromagnetic oscillations, AC circuits. Life cycle of stars. The approach is to study nanoscale device physics, compare different modeling approaches and to use actual device simulations. Coordinate systems; areas and volumes of basic geometrical objects. Satellites and rings of the giant planets.
Earth, Moon, Mercury, Mars, Venus. Developments such as high temperature superconductivity, artificial intelligence, genetic engineering, nuclear fusion are also to be discussed. Fundamentals of X-rays, generation and detection of X-rays, X-ray rers methods, fundamentals of acoustics, propogation, generation and detection of ultrasound, ultrasound diagnostic methods, fundamentals of radioactivity, generation and detection of nuclear emission, diagnostic methods derss radiation detector probes, radiation dosimetry, biolaogical effects of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, principles of nuclear magnetic resonance, magnetic resonance imaging, review of other physical diagnostic procedures, biological effects of high magnetic fields.
Classification of elementary particles.
The students are expected to explore and design a accelerator system based on simulation of cavities and the magnet system. Spectral analysis a The spectra of cosmic X-ray sources b Observational history c Production mechanisms of X-ray spectra d Thermal Bremmstrahlung e Cyclotron and Synchrotron radiation f Inverse compton scattering g Blackbody emission h Radiative recombination i Collisionally excited lines j Recombination lines k Fluorescence lines l Charge transfer m Cyclotron lines n Photoelectric absorption o Synchrotron self-absorption p Resonance line absorption q Free-free absorption r e scattering s Search for the signatures of radiation mechanisms t Conventional spectral analysis procedures u Direct analysis of spectral data v Fourier Transform deconvolution w Interactive techniques.
Data Reduction techniques, Application of various time series Methods, Fast Fourier Transform Apllication to these data, and the discussion of applied methods and the results. Dynamics of particles and systems of particles, motion under a central force, conservation of energy and momentum, dynamics of rigid body motion. From Physical to Mathematical Models; Collisions of elastic and inelastic balls; iterative function systems and fractals; mathematical features of fractals, their visualization through simulations; simulating randomness, analyzing distributions through histograms; random number generators and their statistical performance analysis; simple maps with complex behaviour; logistic map and others examples exhibiting chaotic behaviour; their simulation and analysis.