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《Physics and Engineering》 2018-05
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TEACHING PRACTICE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES IN PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING

SHAO Changjin;ZHOU Guanggang;YANG Zhenqing;SHI Juntai;China University of Petroleum College of science;China University of Petroleum College of Petroleum Engineering;  
In the actual oil development projects,the seepage problem of fracturing fractures is often encountered.The establishment of a physical model of fracture seepage involves many mathematical physics concepts and methods.The introduction of fracture seepage problems into physics teaching can not only enhance the students'understanding of the concepts of physics and mathematics methods,but also serve the purpose of engineering training for engineering students.In the teaching practice process,we adopted a teaching approach based on project learning.We focused on highlighting physical concepts,strengthening engineering awareness,and paying attention to the concept of project learning education.Explorations have been made on the design of cross problems,curriculum arrangements and teaching evaluation.Practice shows that the teaching of the physics and practical engineering cross-curriculum courses can be effectively carried out in the way of project learning,but when choosing students,it is advisable to focus on the second-year or third-year students.
【Fund】: 北京高等学校教育教学改革项目(2015-ms124)
【CateGory Index】: G642;O4-4
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