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Course Outline SUIT GS 111

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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 Coulomb’s Law: Electric Charge, atomic structure, electrical conductors and insulators, charging by induction, Coulomb’s law and Chapter





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Magnetic force on a conductor. Lenz’s Law. Resistivity. The Cathode Ray tube Capacitance and Dielectrics: Capacitors.04 Course Outline SUIT GS 111 Credit Hours : 2-1 Page 2 of 2 pages its applications 9 10 11 The Electric Field: Electric field and electrical forces. The Electron-Volt. current-voltage relation. potential and its calculations. Thomson’s measurement of e/m Isotopes and mass spectroscopy. Motional electromotive force. motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field. theory of metallic conduction Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces: Magnetism. energy and power in electrical circuits. electromotive force. magnetic field. force and torque on a current loop.10. energy of a charged capacitor. forces between parallel conductors. equi-potential surfaces. potential gradient. Ampere’s Law and its applications Induction Phenomenon. MF of a current element.13 27 14 28 15 16 30 30 17 31 18 19 20 32 . magnetic field lines and magnetic flux. molecular model of induced charge. capacitors in series and parallel. Gauss’s law and its applications. field lines. resistance. Gauss’s law in dielectrics. the Hall Effect Sources of Magnetic Field: Magnetic field of a moving charge. the parallel-plate capacitors. magnetic field of a circular loop. Resistance and Electromotive Force: Current. Faraday’s Law.Rev No 2 Dated: 15. effect of a dielectric. MF of a long straight conductor. Current. charges on conductors Mid Term Examination Electrical Potential: Electrical potential energy. the direct current motor. Eddy Currents Revision End Semester Exam 26 25 12. the Millikan Oil-Drop experiment. electric-field forces.