|♠||Introduce three basic processes of heat transfer and relevant applications|
|♠||Incropera, F. P., Dewitt,D. P., Bergmann, T.L., and Lavine, A.S., Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer, (6th ed., 2007)|
|Chapter 1 Introduction |
|♠ PART I||Chapter 2 Introduction to Conduction|
|Chapter 3 One-Dimensional, Steady-State Conduction|
|Chapter 4 Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Conduction|
|Chapter 5 Transient Conduction |
|♠ PART II||Chapter 6 Introduction to Convection|
|Chapter 7 External Flow|
|Chapter 9 Free Convection |
|♠ PART III||Chapter 12 Radiation: Processes and Properties|
|♠ Final Exam|
如果說同學的筆記是上課的精華，那老師的筆記就是精華中的精華! 林秀豪教授的熱統計物筆記公布囉! 想知道幽默風趣的豪豬教授的筆記有多可愛嗎? 想 知道80分鐘的課程，是如何幻化成幽默的卡通語言嗎? Reading the essence of Thermal and Statistical Physics. Professor Hsiu-Hau Lin tells you the story of the 80 min. course with his fun cartoons notes.
|♠||Thermal Physics (second edition, 1980) by Kittel and Kroemer.|
一般來說，教科書最好不要太舊，才能跟上科學進展的腳步。很認真地讀了幾本新的教科書，發現 Kittel and Kroemer 寫的熱物理真是經典，也很對我的胃口。當然這和作者都在美國的加州大學任教無關，尤其與 Kroemer 在風光明媚的 Santa Barbara 教書這件事，特別沒有關係。
|♠||General Physics: Temperature, entropy and heat. Bolzmann distribution.|
|Stationary states (energy levels) in quantum physics. Applied Math: Partial|
|differentiation. Probability theory.|
熱統計物理所需的背景知識不多，如果你之前很混，這是你東山再起的好時機。但這並不是說這門課很容易，因為上課內容包含很多新觀念，所以需要相當多的時間才能消化。教科書後面的習題一定要做，不然你跟得上的機率很小。It doesn’t require much background information to learn Thermal and Statistical Physics, if you didn’t pay much attention in class before, it is your chance to start all over. And it is definitely not an easy course because there are so many new concepts. You need much time to understand the concepts and do the assignments at the back of the textbook, or it has slight chance for you to catch up in class.
|Week 1||Sep 12 (Mon) 中秋節 Mid-Autumn Festival (Holiday)|
|Sep 14 (Wed) L1: multiplicity (Chap 1)|
|Week 2||Sep 19 (Mon) L2: binary model system (Chap 1)|
|Sep 21 (Wed) L3: sharpness of multiplicity function (Chap 1)|
|Week 3||Sep 26 (Mon) L4: most probable configuration (Chap 2)|
|Sep 28 (Wed) Teacher's Day|
|Week 4||Oct 3 (Mon) L5: temperature (Chap 2)|
|Oct 5 (Wed) L6: entropy (Chap 2)|
|Week 5||Oct 10 (Mon) National Day|
|Oct 12 (Wed) L7: Boltzmann factor (Chap 3)|
|Week 6||Oct 17 (Mon) L8: partition function (Chap 3)|
|Oct 19 (Wed) L9: Helmholtz free energy (Chap 3)|
|Week 7||Oct 24 (Mon) L10: Sackur-Tetrode equation (Chap 3)|
|Oct 26 (Wed) 1st midterm (Chap 1-3)|
|Week 8||Oct 31 (Mon) Exam questions review |
Nov 2 (Wed) L11: Planck radiation law (Chap 4)
|Week 9||Nov 7 (Mon) L12: electrical noise (Chap 4)|
Nov 9 (Wed) L13: phonon and Debye theory (Chap 4)
|Week 10|| |
Nov 14 (Mon) L14: chemical potential (Chap 5)
|Nov 16 (Wed) Sports day (Holiday)|
Richard Wolfson, "Nuclear choice, a Citizen Guide to Nuclear Technology,",
|The MIT Press, 1993|
|Li,Min, Huang,Si-Chang “ the Security of Nuclear Power Plant and Radiation Protection”|
|♠||科學月刊 2011 二月號, 四月號, 五月號 數篇介紹核能,日本福島核子事故的文章|
|Science Monthly, 2011 February, April, May several articles about nuclear and the accident of Japan Fukushima nuclear disaster|
|Knowledge teaching, questions discussion, and invitation to electric power plant (unsure schedule).|
能源 4小時Nuclear Power 4hrs
|Introduction of Basic Knowledge about Nuclear Power 10hrs|
|♠||核能發電簡史與現況A Brief History and Status of Nuclear Power|
|♠||核能發電原理 Theory of Nuclear Power|
|♠||核電廠安全設計Security Design of Nuclear Power Plant |
|♠||重大核電廠事故回顧The Major Accidents of Nuclear Power Plants|
|♠||輻射與輻射防護 8小時Radiation and Radiation Protection 8hrs |
|♠||輻射與物質作用Radiation and Material Effects|
|♠||輻射劑量與生物效應Radiation Dose and Biological Effects|
|♠||重大輻射安全事件回顧The Major Events of Radiation Security |
|♠||核廢料 4小時Nuclear Waste 4hrs|
|♠||低階核廢棄物Low-level Nuclear Waste|
|♠||使用過核燃料與高階核廢棄物Used Nuclear Fuel and High-level Nuclear Waste|
|♠||核能發電爭議 4 小時 Controversy over Nuclear Power 4hrs |
期初報告內容為觀看Midterm Report Videos:
|||http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7om7cNI_i2w&feature=relmfu http://pnn.pts.org.tw/main/?p=25573 |
|||Final papers is the exploration/discussion about nuclear-related issues.|
|♠||This course is a two-semester sequence Applied Mechanics (I) and Applied Mechanics (II)|
|This course is the basis of solid mechanics, including statics and dynamics, which explores the problem of static equilibrium and motion with particles and rigid bodies. The contents of the enclosed information.|
|♠||Vector Mechanics for Engineers-Statics|
|♠||Vector Mechanics for Engineers-Dynamics|
|by Beer, Johnston, Jr., Mazurek and Eisenberg 9th Ed. in SI Units (2010)|
|♠||Engineering Mechanics - Statics/Dyanmics by Hibbeler|
|♠||Engineering Mechanics - Statics/Dynamics by Riley and Sturges|
|♠||Engineering Mechanics - Statics/Dyanmics by Meriam and Kraige|
|♠||Engineering Mechanics - Statics/Dynamics by Tongue and sheppard|
|♠||Lecture, assignments, and after-class review by teaching assistants.|
Teacher may interact with students by giving oral questions in the class to acquire their learning progress.
|There are 18 chapters for Statics and Dynamics in total. In the first semester, the course will cover the whole part of Statics (Ch.1~Ch.10) and two chapters of Dynamics (Ch.11, Ch,12). There will be two midterms, a final, as well as random quizzes. The course outline is as follows:|
|2||Statics of Particles|
|3||Rigid Bodies : Equivalent System of Forces|
|4||Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies|
|5||Distributed Forces : Centroids and Centers of Gravity|
|6||Analysis of Structures|
|7||Forces in Beams and Cables|
|9||Distributed Forces : Moments of Inertia|
|10||Method of Virtual Work|
|11||Kinematics of Particles|
|12||Kinetics of Particles : Newton’s Second Law|
張智星教授獨門的MATLAB知識，像是能夠用旋律分辨音樂的語音辨識程式等，幫您更新資訊科技發展的最新進度！智星教授在此遞上邀請函，邀請您參加華麗的【科學計算】舞會！笑臉迎人、帥氣逼人的張智星教授，在MATLAB的舞會現場等著你的到來！Welcome to Professor Jyh-Shing Roger Jang’s MATLAB world. Getting to know the latest development in computer science. Scientific Computing course teaches you how to distinguish music only with rhythm.
|♠||Calculus, Linear algebra|
|♠||MATLAB程式設計【進階篇】 by Roger Jang|
|MATLAB Programming【Beginner】 by Roger Jang|
|♠||Experiments with MATLAB by Cleve Moler|
|♠||Numerical computing with MATLAB by Cleve Moler|
|♠||普通化學(General Chemistry) 一般化學的介紹,包括無機,生化,有機,物化,|
|Introduction of Basic Chemistry, including Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry,|
|Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry|
|♠||Chemistry －Steven S. Zumdahl and Susan A. Zumdahl, 8th edition|
|♠||Chemical Principles － Steven S. Zhumdahl, 6th edition|
|♠||以 Power Point 講解並用黑板輔助說明|
|Give Lectures with PPTs and illustrate with blackboard|
|(e-learning) Appointed exercises for assignments each chapter.|
|The answer will update to e-learning system|
|TA will arrange time before the exam to explain the exercises|
|1.||Introduction to the Study of Chemistry|
|2.||The Components of Matter - Nomenclature of Chemical Compounds|
|3.||Stoichiometry of Formulas and equations|
|4.||Types of Chemical Reactions|
|5.||Gases and the Kinetic-Molecular Theory|
|7.||Atomic Structure and Periodicity|
|10.||Liquids and Solids|
|11.||Properties of Solutions|
|The course will be given on the basis of 3 hours a week (Tuesday, 10~12 AM and Thursday, 11~12 AM) in 綜合三館 room 203. The materials for teaching will be regularly posted on the course website|
|This course introduces students to useful and interesting ideas of the mathematical theory of probability, and to a number of applications of probability to a variety of fields including genetics, economics, geology, business, and engineering. The theory developed together with other mathematical tools such as combinatorics and calculus are applied to everyday problems. Concepts, calculations, and derivations are emphasized. Topics include the basic results and methods of both discrete and continuous probability theory: conditional probability, independent events, random variables, jointly distributed random variables, expectation, variance, covariance, and limit theorems.|
|Ross, S. (2009), A First Course in Probability, 8th edition, |
Pearson Prentice Hall.
|1.||Ross, S. and Pekoz E. (2007), A Second Course in Probability, ProbabilityBookstore.com.|
|2.||Feller, W. (1967), An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications, Volume I, 3rd edition, John Wiley & Sons.|
|3.||Feller, W. (1971), An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications, Volume II, 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons.|
|*||Knowledge of Calculus.|
|♠|| Field Theory |
|♠||I. N. Herstein, Abstract Algebra. |
|♠||Lecturing in the class|
|♠||sequences, series, vector calculus, functions of several variables, gradients,|
|double and triple integrals, line integrals and surface integrals.|
|♠||Calculus by Salas, Hille, Etgen, 10th Edition|
|♠||循序漸進Step by Step|
近年來，普通物理的課本越長越厚。老師怎麼教？學生如何讀？物理系專業的課程，教科書也沒長到這般怪獸的厚度，這真的是最有效率的學習方法嗎？我不以為然。在99學年，我決意進行一項普物教學的改革：每個學期我只教十個問題。In recent years, the text book is becoming thicker and thicker. And this is also becoming a problem for both teachers and students. Even for the professional courses in department of Physics, the text book is not that thick. Is this really the most effective way of learning? I don’t think so.
In recent years, the text book is becoming thicker and thicker. And this is also becoming a problem for both teachers and students. Even for the professional courses in department of Physics, the text book is not that thick. Is this really the most effective way of learning? I don’t think so.
In Academic Year 99, I was determined to reform the way of teaching General Physics. In each semester, I only teach ten questions. I will help students understand those questions, guide the proper discussion in class, and teach them with solid and systematic background information. I hope the class will be in two-way communication. And I will combine the teaching and discussion together in order to enable the students to cultivate the ability of analyzing and solving problems, and catch a glimpse of the edge of the science by participating in class.
This course is the first step of the reformation. I hope that in Academic Year 102, we can present the General Physics class in a much more mature way (10 questions for each semester), and provide the teachers and the students another way of learning General Physics.
General Physics (II) (Spring, 2011)
For updated information, please go to http://hsiuhau.wikispaces.com/
Lecturer: Prof. Hsiu-Hau Lin
Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics (8th edition) by J. W. Jewett and R. A. Serway.
Ten Questions for General Physics II
Q1 (Week 2-3, Chap 23-24)
Why are most materials charge neutral?
Q2 (Week 4, Chap 25)
What causes lightning?
Q3 (Week 5, Chap 29)
How does the Earth’s magnetism arise?
Q4 (Week 6, Chap 30)
Can magnetic forces do work?
Q5 (Week 7-8, Chap 31, Chap34)
Why can light propagate in vacuum?
Week 9 Midterm on April 21, 2011
Q6 (Week 10-11, Chap 37-38)
What is the secret to appreciate impressionist paintings?
Q7 (Week 12-13, Chap 40)
What is the nature of light?
Q8 (Week 14-15, Chap 41-42)
Why are atoms stable?
Q9 (Week 16, Chap 43)
How can superconductors superconduct?
Q10 (Week 17, Chap 44)
How can we date fossils?
Week 18 Final on June 23, 2011