Rectilinear motion , motion in the plane , vectors , laws of Newton, gravitational forces , gravitational acceleration determination by free fall , friction forces , determination coefficient of friction contact surfaces. Momentum , conservation of momentum , center of mass .Kinetic and potential energy, energy conservation law , work, power , conservative forces , relationship between force and dynamics
energy . Rotational point and body angular acceleration determination , moment of inertia and friction torque
smoothly rotating solid, overall mechanical condition of equilibrium .
Angular point and solid conservation law
angular momentum , precession. Simple harmonic oscillator , simple, complex and torsional pendulum , spring constant determination ,
acceleration of gravity with simple pendulum and solid inertia torque with dinimatiko pendulum. Movement restriction,
generalized coordinates , motion equations
Hamilton. Heat, determination coefficient of thermal conductivity ,
entropy , thermodynamic laws

Physics (Electromagnetism)
APOSTOLOS PANTINAKIS  undergraduate 
(A+)
School of Electronic and Computer Engineering, Technical University of Crete
Introduction to electrostatics: Electric charge, Coulomb's law, concept of electrostatic field and potential, charge motion in electric field. Gauss law and applications. Electric potential, electric potential difference, electric dipole, electric potential energy, determination of electrostatic field from measurements of potential. Electrical properties of matter: Dielectric and conductors. BiotSavart Law . Magnetic induction, magnetic flux, magnetic dipole field,scalar magnetic potential, magnetized material fields, magnetization, magnetic field equations, hysteresis diamagnitism, paramagnetism, ferromagnetism, antiferroromagnitism, Ampere's Law,current carrying conductors, solenoid. Induction currents, timevarying magnetic flux, Faraday's Law, Lenz's Law , inductance coefficient L, LR Circuit. Energy in electric and magnetic fields, electromagnetic oscillations in LC system, dumped and forced oscillations, resonance in LCR circuit. Wave concepts, principle of electromagnetic wave generation, em field energy and intensity , electric dipole, polarization, dielectrics. Poynting Vector, inductive magnetic fields, displacement current, Maxwell equations , EM wave propagation in vacuum and in matter, EM spectrum range, transmission lines, waveguides, interaction of EM waves with matter: absorption, scattering, reflection, interference diffraction, photoelectric effect.

Electrical Circuits II
Panagiota Papadopoulou  Undergraduate 
(A)
Electrical Engineering, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie

Electrical Circuits I
Athanasios Ioannou  Undergraduate 
(A)
Electrical Engineering, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie

Strength of Materials
George Tsakataras  Undergraduate 
(A+)
Oil and Gas Technology, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie
The lessons have been designed to explain the behaviour of linear elastic bodies and the implementation of of these fundementals in strength calculations.

FLUID MECHANICS I
Theologos Panagiotidis  Undergraduate 
(A)
Oil and Gas Technology, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie
Fundamental concepts of fluids, propertiesdefinitions, hydrostatics, buoyancyfloatingbalance, fluid kinematicsbasic equations, application of mass, energy, momentum and torque balance. Real fluids (viscous flows, Reynolds number, boundary layers, drag, Stokes law, flow in single pipes, mechanical lubrication). Ideal flow (velocity potential, stream functions).

FLUID MECHANICS IΙ
Theologos Panagiotidis  Undergraduate 
(A)
Oil and Gas Technology, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie
Theoretical Part
Dimensional analysis. Compressed flows (Mach number, isentropic flow, shock waves, Fanno and Rayleigh lines). Steady flow in closed conduits (exponential types of losses , tubes in series and in parallel, piping networks, HardyCross method). Steady flow in open conduits. Variable flow (water hammer).
Laboratory Practice
Measurement of boundary layer thickness. Measurement of diaphragm inlet flow. Calculation of standard sizes from model mesurements. Viscosity measurements with the help of industrialtype viscometers. Application of momentum theorem. Measurements in open conduits. Weirs. Use of PIV measurement system in selected fluidmechanics arrangements

Electrical plan
Pantelis Antoniades  Undergraduate 
(A)
Electrical Engineering, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie

Heat Transfer
Gregores Iordanou  Undergraduate 
(A)
Oil and Gas Technology, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technologie

Solid State Physics
Ioannis  Undergraduate 
(A+)
Department of Materials Science and Technology, University of Crete
This course is an introduction to the relationships connecting atomic structure and macroscopic properties of solids. It includes an introduction to the calculus of periodic functions of three variables, including Bravais Lattices.
Two simple models are used throughout the class: the homogeneous solid (Jellium) and the linear combination of atomic orbitals (LCAO). Through these models, all key properties of solids are introduced to the students, including mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical and magnetic properties. Relatioships between quantities that describe different properties are highlighted.
