PHYS 1044. Physics for Architects I (Fa). 4 Hours.

The relation between the principles of physics and the practice of building and operating structures. Topics include: The behavior of structures under various loads, the statics and dynamics of fluids, thermal storage, thermal expansion, the greenhouse effect, heat transfer, refrigeration, the energy problem, efficiency in the operation of buildings. One underlying theme is that the self-sufficiency of a building is an important part of architecture. Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 2 hours per week. Corequisite: Lab component. Prerequisite: Major in architecture or interior design or agricultural education communication & technology.

Architectural Studies B.S.

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University Core

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Architecture (ARCH)

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