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Physics I Engineering Physics


Text Books:- University Physics by Sears, Zemansky and Young, 7th Edition, AddisonWesley Publication company. Reference Book:-

Fundamentals of Physics, 5th Edition by Halliday, Resnick and Walker


Course Description:This course introduces fundamental concepts of motion in one Dimension, freely falling bodies, Projectile motion, Electromagnetism, Gauss' law and its application, Kirchoff's laws and Complex Networks Analysis. Pre-requisite:Grading Policy:In Semester Evaluation: Final Evaluation: 30% 70% Nil

Week-Wise Breakdown Week Topics/Activities Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors: Standards and Units, Unit consistency and conversion, Precision and significant figures, Estimates and Order of magnitude, Vectors and vector addition & subtraction, components of vectors, Unit vectors, product of vectors Motion along a Straight Line: Average and instantaneous velocities, average and instantaneous accelerations, motion with constant acceleration, velocity and coordinate by integration, freely falling bodies, relative velocity Work and Energy: Conservation of energy, work, work done by a varying force, work and kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy Elastic potential energy, conservative and dissipative forces, internal work energy, power, automotive power Impulse and momentum: Impulse and momentum, conservation of momentum, collisions, inelastic and elastic collisions, recoils, centre of mass Coulombs Law: Electric Charge, atomic structure, electrical conductors and insulators, charging by induction, Coulombs law and Chapter

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Rev No 2 Dated: 15.10.04

Course Outline SUIT GS 111

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its applications 9 10 11 The Electric Field: Electric field and electrical forces, electric-field forces, field lines, Gausss law and its applications, charges on conductors Mid Term Examination Electrical Potential: Electrical potential energy, potential and its calculations, equi-potential surfaces, potential gradient, the Millikan Oil-Drop experiment, The Electron-Volt, The Cathode Ray tube Capacitance and Dielectrics: Capacitors, the parallel-plate capacitors, capacitors in series and parallel, energy of a charged capacitor, effect of a dielectric, molecular model of induced charge, Gausss law in dielectrics. Current, Resistance and Electromotive Force: Current, Resistivity, resistance, electromotive force, current-voltage relation, energy and power in electrical circuits, theory of metallic conduction Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces: Magnetism, magnetic field, magnetic field lines and magnetic flux, motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field, Thomsons measurement of e/m Isotopes and mass spectroscopy, Magnetic force on a conductor, force and torque on a current loop, the direct current motor, the Hall Effect Sources of Magnetic Field: Magnetic field of a moving charge, MF of a current element, MF of a long straight conductor, forces between parallel conductors, magnetic field of a circular loop, Amperes Law and its applications Induction Phenomenon, Motional electromotive force, Faradays Law, Lenzs Law, Eddy Currents Revision End Semester Exam 26 25

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