### Learning outcome

- Understand qualitatively the connection between macroscopic properties of matter and the microscopic dynamics of atoms and molecules.
- Use phase diagrams for pure substances.
- Analyze simple open and closed systems using the first and second law of thermodynamics, continuity equation, impulse-momentum theorem and equations of motion.
- Understand the basic properties of fluids such as surface tension, buoyancy, viscosity, laminar and turbulent flow.
- Analyze simple flow problems using the energy and momentum equations.

### Contents

### Required prerequisite knowledge

### Recommended previous knowledge

### Exam

Weight | Duration | Marks | Aid | |
---|---|---|---|---|

Written exam | 1/1 | 5 hours | A - F | No printed or written materials are allowed. Approved basic calculator allowed. |

### Coursework requirements

- The lab part consists of 4 tasks worked out in groups.
- Each student/group attends one 3-hour lab session.
- The lab sessions take place during one week in the second half of the semester.
- Attendance in the lab is obligatory.
- Lab reports are worked out and handed in individually.

The 2 obligatory hand-ins are to be delivered in the first half of the semester. These must be submitted within a given deadline and approved by the teacher.

### Course teacher(s)

- Coordinator laboratory exercises
- Anna Cecilie Åsland
- Course coordinator
- Diana Lucia Quintero Castro
- Head of Department
- Bjørn Henrik Auestad

### Method of work

### Overlapping courses

Course | Reduction (SP) |
---|---|

Thermodynamics (BIT130_1) | 5 |

Fluid Mechanics (BIT260_1) | 5 |

Physics for data/electro (RED102_1) | 2 |

### Open to

### Course assessment

### Literature

Sist oppdatert: 15.12.2019