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2003SP Lifelong Learning- Physics

Evening Division- Semester

! PHY-102-SE1 Topic: Physics in Weather 3 6:15PM-8:45PM M WILK 100 G. Hillard
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Quantitative
This course offers a general survey of the physics of weather. It will explore the origins of climate in terms of the interaction between energy flows in the atmosphere, oceans, and land surfaces and will approach weather as the result of short-term variations in these flows. Topics will include: an introduction to the atmosphere; solar radiation; weather fronts; cloud formation; condensation and precipitation; atmospheric electricity and lightning; and various storm phenomena.

Evening Division- Minimester A

Cancelled ! PHY-260-AE1 Engineering Materials 2 6:15PM-9:35PM M WILK 110 S. Kosztya
Prerequisites: Take CHM-111 PHY-131 or PHY-145;
Core Academic Skill: Quantitative
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
ADVANCE ASSIGNMENT REQUIRED. No Lab. This course will provide a comparison of basic families of materials found in manufacturing environments. Special considerations will be given to differences in properties, means of manufacturing, the significant chemcial and physical characteristics, and the applications of metallic, polymeric, ceramic and composite materials.

Evening Division- Minimester B

Cancelled ! PHY-107-BW1 Space from Ground Up 4 11:15PM-4:00PM SA WILK 113 S. Bailey
ADVANCE ASSIGNMENT REQUIRED. Lab included.

Cancelled ! PHY-261-BE1 Intro to Statics 2 6:15PM-9:35PM M WILK 110 S. Kosztya
Prerequisites: Take PHY-131 or PHY-145;
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Quantitative
ADVANCE ASSIGNMENT REQUIRED. No Lab. Introduction to balanced forces acting on extended objects. Topics covered include stress, strain, elastic modulus, Poissonís ratio, compression, tension, shear, bending, torsion, power, moments of inertia, bending moments, deflections of beams, and Mohrís circle.

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