על הקורס - כללי
- Free oscillations of simple systems (including linearity and superposition principle)
- Free oscillations of systems with many degrees of freedom (including vibrations of a string and Fourier analysis)
- Forced oscillations, resonance
- Travelling waves (including discussion of phase velocity, dispersion relations and impedance)
- Reflection and transmission
- Modulations, pulses, and wave packets (including group velocity, pulses, Fourier analysis of wave packets)
- Waves in two and three dimensions
- Interference and diffraction (including Huygens' Principle, Fresnel and Fraunhofer diffraction, geometrical optics)
- Waves, F. Crawford (Berkeley series, no. 3)
Lecture, Tutorial and office hours
Name Day Hours Building/Room Prof. Oleg Krichevsky By appointment - 54/006 email@example.com Alexander Elikashvili Wednesday 16:00 - 18:00 54/203 firstname.lastname@example.org
Group What? Name Day Hours Building/Room 1 Lecture Prof. Oleg Krichevsky Sunday 11:00-14:00 35/117 11 TA Alexander Elikashvili Wednesday 10:00-12:00 34/209 12 TA Alexander Elikashvili Wednesday 12:00-14:00 28/106
- An exercise would be given weekly.
- All exercises should be submitted electronically, using the submission system on the website.
- Each exercise should be submitted before the deadline and in PDF format only.
- Late or sloppy submissions will not be accepted.
- You must submit at least 10 exercises in order to take the final exam.
- You must show a reasonable attempt at solving each question.
- Exam :
FINAL GRADE = EXAM+(No_Of_Submitted_Exercises - 10).
- Email: should only be used for communication on personal matters.
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