University of Education, Lahore

Division of Science and Technology, Lahore

Program: BS Mathematics
Course Name: Mechanics I
Credit Hours: 4
Semester: 1st Fall 2016
Course instructor: Abdus Sattar
OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE
The main objective of this course is;
i. To understand the different motions of objects on a macroscopic scale
ii. To develop simple mathematical formalisms to analyze such motions.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
After finishing the course the student should be able to:
1. Central mechanical quantities as force and moment and Background and use of
the equations of equilibrium.

2. The behavior of typical components of particle dynamics, Center of mass etc.

3. Understand Gravitation, momentum and their examples

TEACHING METHOD
The course will run for 16 weeks and comprises of 4 lecture of one hour each per
week.
ASSESSMENT MECHANISM
Assessment and evaluation of students will be according to the “Assessment and
Evaluation Regulations” of University of Education Lahore.
Course Grades are based on following components and weightings (Out of 100)
Mid Term Exams 20%
Home work/Assignment/quiz/class participation/attendance
20%
Final Term Exam (45+15) %

Practical 13. Magnetic field of paired coils in Helmholtz coils Feb03 17. Jan(02-06) Boltzmann’s law of Radiation gravitational effect of a spherical mass distribution. I&II. conservative and non-conservative 6. Nov(07-11) Performance Non-inertial frames and pseudo forces. Practical Performance Nov28. Nov(14-18) speed of sound in air Work-energy theorem. New York: John Wiley and Sons. Oct (17-21) Oscillation of Helical springs-parallel and series connection of spring addition of vectors. Revision. Halliday & Krane (1992). Coherence & width of spectral lines Dec(05- 8. Nov(21-25) forces. The Harmonic 1. components of vectors. Practical 4. Jan(09-13) Performance Kepler’s laws of planetary motion. 10. Dec(12-16) center of mass of solid objects. Measurement of the 5. vector derivatives 2. Nov04 of inertia of different bodies. Measuring moments 3. gravitational effect. disc. Stephen- 12. divergence theorem. . Mid Term Exam 10) linear momentum. 9. newton’s second law for a system of 7. hollow and solid cylinders Effect of frictional and drag forces on motion. Dec02 particles. Feb(06-11) Final Term Exam RECOMMENDED BOOKS 1. Practical Performance Oct31. Jan(16-20) solar cell Quiz. Characteristics curve of a 14. Practical Performance Momentum changes in a system of variable mass. two particle and many-particle systems. Resinck. Jan(23-27) cell Jan30- 16. Oct (24-28) and operations.COURSE CONTENTS & WEEKLY SCHEDULE Week Lecture Headings Vectors and scalars. Dec(19-23) Diffraction intensity at slit of double slit system Collisions in the center-of-mass reference frame. vector multiplication. Dec(26-30) Performance Newton’s law of gravitation. stokes’ theorem. Characteristics curve of a solar 15. Numerical Problems. center of mass. Practical 11. Physics Vol. 4th Edition.

5. (1999) Physics. I & II. Halliday & Krane (2002). Physics Vol.2. Reading (MA). Alonso & Finn. 3. Sears.5th Edition. New York: John Wiley and Sons. . Reading (MA). 9th Edition. Zemansky & Young (2000). New York: John Wiley and Sons. 8th Edition. USA: Addison-Wesley. Hallidey. 4. Resinck &Krane (2010). Fundamental of Physics. Resinck. University Physics. USA: Addison-Wesley.