PHYSICS SYLLABUS

(PHYSICS 1 (PHY 104

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Course Syllabus

Instructor Name

Dr MANJUNATHA S

Course Title:

Physics (1)

Course code:

PHY 104

Cr.Hrs:

3 (2+2+1)

Prerequisite:

NA

Co-requisite:

NA

Tutorial Time:

8:00 a.m. -8:50 a.m. (Tuesday)

Level:

3

Academic Year:

1434-1435

Semester:

First

Lecture Times:

8:00 a.m. -9:50 a.m. (Monday)

Lab Time:

9:00AM-10:50AM(Tuesday)

Office Hours

Sunday (9:00-9:50, 10:00-10:50),Tuesday (10:00- 11.00),Wednesday(9:00-10:50)

Office number

1D-022

Course Discription

Introduction to Physics and electricity; Electric fields, Coulomb's law (statement, equation and problems), Gauss' Law (statement, equation and problems), electric potential, capacitance (series and parallel) and dielectric, currents and resistance (Ohm’s law), electrical energy and power, direct current circuits, Kirchhoff's rules, magnetic fields, motion of charged particle in a magnetic field, sources of the magnetic field, Faraday's law of induction (statement, equation and problems), Ampere’s law, mutual inductance, alternating current circuits, the RLC series circuit(a resistor, an inductor, and a capacitor connected in series and parallel), power in an A.C. circuit, resonance in RLC services circuit.

Course Goals and Objectives

1

Knowledge of the basic concepts and principles of physics in specific with electricity

2

Analyzing natural phenomena.

3

Understanding and interpreting physically mathematical equations.

4

Expressing mathematically physical problems.

5

Deal with standard instruments and its measurements.

6

Knowledge of the basic concepts and principles of physics.

Course Outcomes

1

The student is expected to be able to understand the basic concepts and principles of physics in particular electricity.

2

Able to analyze natural phenomena.

3

An ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques and skills of their disciplines to help and understand engineering technology subjects.

4

Able to Analyze natural phenomena and its processes.

5

Able to interpret physically mathematical equations.

6

Express mathematically physical problems ability.

7

An ability to conduct and work with standard instruments.


Course Contents

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Short Description

Week

1

Overview of fundamental aspects of Physics and in particular static and current electricity.

1

2

Able to understand Coulomb’s laws and its equation, electric field and equation and analysis of problems on force between charges and electric field due to charge.

2 and 3

3

Study on electric field lines for positive and negative charge, electric potential, Gauss’s law and equation. Solution to the problems. An introduction and a brief over view of capacitance and dielectric materials.

4, 5 and 6

4

Study on Ohm’s law and relation between current and resistance and solution to the problems. Calculation of electrical energy and power, study of DC circuits, Kirchhoff’s rules and illustrations.

7, 8 and 9

5

Study on magnetic fields, motion of charged particle in a magnetic field, sources of the magnetic field and solution to the problems. Faraday's law of induction (statement, equation and problems),

10 and 11

7

State and explanation of Ampere’s law, Definition of mutual inductance, explanation of alternating current circuits, the RLC series circuit(a resistor, an inductor, and a capacitor connected in series and parallel), calculation of power in an A.C. circuit, resonance in RLC services circuit.

12,13 and 14

Mode of Assessment

1

Midterm Exam-1

15%

2

Midterm Exam-1

15%

3

Project, Seminar, Lab

20%

4

Quiz and Homework Assignments

10%

5

Final Exam

40%

Books

Textbook:

1. Douglas C. Giancoli, “ Physics for Scientists &Engineers”, Vol. 1 ,

2. Addison-Wesley; 4 edition (April 2, 2007).

3. Karen Cummings, Priscilla W. Laws, Edward F. Redish, and Patrick J. Cooney, “ Douglas C. Giancoli (Author)

4. Understanding Physics”, Wiley; 1 edition (April 6, 2004).

References:

1. Serway and Jewett, Physics for Scientist and Engineers, Vol. 6

2. RK Gaur and SL Gupta, Engineering Physics, Dhanpat Rai Pub.


(PHYSICS 2 (PHY 104

Physics  (2)

Code & No:

PHY 125

Credits:

3 (3+0+1)

Pre-requisite:

PHY 104

Co-requisite:

None

Level:

4

Module Description:

This course will cover the following topics: The Standards of Length, Mass and Time, Dimensional analysis, and Conservation of Units. The Motion in One and Two Dimensions. The Law of Motion. The Energy and Energy Transfer. The Potential Energy. The Linear Momentum and Collisions. The Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis: Angular Position, Velocity, and Acceleration. Rotational Kinematics, Angular and Linear Quantities, Rotational Kinetic Energy, Calculation of Moments of Inertia, Relationship Between Torque and Angular Acceleration, Work, Power and Energy in Rotational Motion.

Module Aims:

1. Gain understanding of the basic concepts and principles of Mechanics, which relevant to their further studies.

2. Get strong understanding of the concepts and principles of Mechanics through lectures, laboratory experiments and assessment tools.

3. Be able to appreciate the basic principles of mechanics such as velocity & acceleration, forces, Newton‘s law of motion, work, energy, and power.

Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to:

1. Gain understanding of the basic concepts and principles of Mechanics, which relevant to their further studies.

2. Get strong understanding of the concepts and principles of Mechanics through lectures, laboratory experiments and assessment tools.

3. Be able to appreciate the basic principles of mechanics such as velocity & acceleration, forces, Newton‘s law of motion, work, energy, and power.

4. Solve physics problem in a structured process.

5. Be able to deal with standard instruments.

Textbook:

· Physics For Scientists And Engineers‖, Serway Jewett, 6th Edition, Thomson Brooks/Cole

· Fundamentals Of Physics, Halliday, Resnick, Walker, 6th Edition, WILEY.

· University Physics, Young And Freedmann, 11th Edition, Pearson Addison Wesley.

Essential References:

N/A



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