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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

S.No Objectives

1 To acquire the knowledge of Electromagnetic field theory that allows the student to have a solid

theoretical foundation to be able in the future to design emission , propagation and reception of

electro- magnetic wave systems

2 To identify , formulate and solve fields and electromagnetic waves propagation problems in a multi-

disciplinary frame individually or as a member of a group

3 To provide the students with a solid foundation in engineering fundamentals required to solve problems

and also to pursue higher studies

Date: Date:

Note: Please refer to Bloom’s Taxonomy, to know the illustrative verbs that can be used to state the objectives.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

S.No Objectives

1 To acquire the knowledge of Electromagnetic field theory that allows the student to have a solid

theoretical foundation to be able in the future to design emission , propagation and reception of

electro- magnetic wave system

2 To identify , formulate and solve fields and electromagnetic waves propagation problems in a multi-

disciplinary frame individually or as a member of a group

3 To provide the students with a solid foundation in engineering fundamentals required to solve problems

and also to pursue higher studies

Date: Date:

Note: Please refer to Bloom’s Taxonomy, to know the illustrative verbs that can be used to state the objectives.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE OBJECTIVES

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

S.No Objectives

1 To acquire the knowledge of Electromagnetic field theory that allows the student to have a solid

theoretical foundation to be able in the future to design emission , propagation and reception of

electro- magnetic wave system

2 To identify , formulate and solve fields and electromagnetic waves propagation problems in a multi

disciplinary frame individually or as a member of a group

3 To provide the students with a solid foundation in engineering fundamentals required to solve problems

and also to pursue higher studies

Date: Date:

Note: Please refer to Bloom’s Taxonomy, to know the illustrative verbs that can be used to state the objectives.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE OUTCOMES

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

S.No Outcomes

1 Ability to solve the problems in different EM fields.

3 Applications of EM Waves in different domains and to find the time average power density

5 Ability to Solve Electro Static and Magnetic to Static circuits using Basic relations

Date: Date:

Note: Please refer to Bloom’s Taxonomy, to know the illustrative verbs that can be used to state the outcomes.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE OUTCOMES

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

S.No Outcomes

1 Ability to solve the problems in different EM fields.

3 Applications of EM Waves in different domains and to find the time average power density

5 Ability to Solve Electro Static and Magnetic to Static circuits using Basic relations

Date: Date:

Note: Please refer to Bloom’s Taxonomy, to know the illustrative verbs that can be used to state the outcomes.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE OUTCOMES

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Semester : I / II

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

S.No Outcomes

1 Ability to solve the problems in different EM fields.

3 Applications of EM Waves in different domains and to find the time average power density

5 Ability to Solve Electro Static and Magnetic to Static circuits using Basic relations

Date: Date:

Note: Please refer to Bloom’s Taxonomy, to know the illustrative verbs that can be used to state the outcomes.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

Department/Program-EEE

To be among the best of the institutions for engineers and technologists with attitudes, skill and

knowledge and to become an epicenter of creative solutions.

To achieve and impart quality education with an emphasis on practical skills and social relevance.

To provide the technical knowledge and soft skills required to succeed in life, career and help society to

achieve self sufficiency.

This education is meant to prepare our students to thrive and to lead. In their careers, our

graduates:

leadership roles on multidisciplinary teams.

2. Will acquire, use and develop skills required for effective professional practices.

4. Engage in life-long learning to remain current in their profession and be leaders in our

technological society.

Students in the Electronics and Communication Engineering program should, at the time of their

graduation, be in possession of:

b. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

c. Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic

constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety,

manufacturability, and sustainability.

e. Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

economic, environmental, and societal context.

k. Ability to utilize experimental, statistical and computational methods and tools necessary for

engineering practice.

l. Graduates will demonstrate an ability to design electrical and electronic circuits, power

electronics, power systems, electrical machines analyze and interpret data and also an ability to

design digital and analog systems and programming them.

Course educational objectives:

1. To acquire the knowledge of Electromagnetic field theory that allows the student to have a solid

theoretical foundation to be able in the future to design emission , propagation and reception of electro-

magnetic wave system

2. To identify , formulate and solve fields and electromagnetic waves propagation problems in a multi

disciplinary frame individually or as a member of a group

3. To provide the students with a solid foundation in engineering fundamentals required to solve problems

and also to pursue higher studies

Course outcomes:

At the end of the course student will have ability to

1. Ability to solve the problems in different EM fields.

2. Ability to design a programming to generate EM waves subjected to the conditions

3. Applications of EM Waves in different domains and to find the time average power density

4. Ability to Solve Electromagnetic Relation using Maxwell Formulae

5. Ability to Solve Electro Static and Magnetic to Static circuits using Basic relations

6. Ability to Analyse moving charges on Magnetic fields

7. Ability to Design circuits using Conductors and Dielectrics

Assessment methods:

2. Written tests clearly linked to learning objectives

3. Classroom assessment techniques like tutorial sheets and assignments.

4. Seminars.

1. Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) – Vision/Mission Matrix (Indicate the relationships

by mark “X”)

Vision/Mission Vision of the Institute Mission of the Institute Mission of the Program

PEOs

1 X X

2 X X X

3 X X X

4 X X

Matrix (Indicate the relationships by mark “X”)

P-Outcomes a b c d e f g h i J K l

PEOs

1 X X X X X X X X X X

2 X X X X X X X X X X

3 X X X X X X X X

4 X X X X

“X”)

Course- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Outcomes

Course-Objectives

1 X X X X

2 X X X X

3 X X X X

by mark “X”)

P-Outcomes A b c d E F g h I j K L

C-Objectives

1 X X X X X X

2 X X X X X X X X X

3 X X X X X X X X X X X

5. Course Outcomes-Program Outcomes (POs) Relationship Matrix (Indicate the relationships

by mark “X”)

P-Outcomes A B c d e f g h I j k L

C-Outcomes

1 X X X

2 X X X X

3 X X X

4 X X X X

5 X X X X

6 X X X X

7 X X X X X

6. Courses (with title & code)-Program Outcomes (POs) Relationship Matrix (Indicate the

relationships by mark “X”)

P-Outcomes A b c D e F G h I J K l

Courses

Electromagnetic X X X X X X X X X X X

Fields-

GR11A2017

(Indicate the relationships by mark “X”)

P-Objectives (PEOs) 1 2 3 4

Course-Outcomes

1 X X X

2 X X X

3 X X

4 X X X

5 X X

6 X X

7 X X X

8. Assignments & Assessments-Program Outcomes (POs) Relationship Matrix (Indicate

the relationships by mark “X”)

P-Outcomes A b c d E f g h i j k l

Assessments

1 X X X X X X X X

2 X X X X

3 X X X X X X X X

4 X X X X X X

Matrix (Indicate the relationships by mark “X”)

P-Objectives (PEOs) 1 2 3 4

Assessments

1 X X X

2 X X X

3 X X

4 X X X X

10. Constituencies -Program Outcomes (POs) Relationship Matrix (Indicate the relationships by

mark “X”).

P-Outcomes a b c d e f G h i j k l m

Constituencies

1

2

3

4

5

6

Assessment Process and Areas of improvements:

11. The improvements Matrix are summarized below and described in the text that follows.

Hint:

Example:

Change Proposed Implemented

Operating system course System for additional

System course in curriculum Concepts & material for

Administration operating systems

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

The Course syllabus is written into number of learning objectives and outcomes.

These learning objectives and outcomes will be achieved through lectures, assessments,

assignments, experiments in the laboratory, projects, seminars, presentations, etc.

Every student will be given an assessment plan, criteria for assessment, scheme of evaluation and

grading method.

The Learning Process will be carried out through assessments of Knowledge, Skills and Attitude

by various methods and the students will be given guidance to refer to the text books, reference

books, journals, etc.

The faculty be able to –

Understand the psychology of students

Develop instructional objectives for a given topic

Prepare course, unit and lesson plans

Understand different methods of teaching and learning

Use appropriate teaching and learning aids

Plan and deliver lectures effectively

Provide feedback to students using various methods of Assessments and tools of Evaluation

Act as a guide, advisor, counselor, facilitator, motivator and not just as a teacher alone

Date: Date:

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE SCHEDULE

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Duration (Date) Total No.

S. No. Description From To Of Periods

Unit-1 19/7/13 27/7/13 12

1.

4..

5.

Total No. of Instructional periods available for the course: ..…50…. Hours / Periods

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE SCHEDULE

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Duration (Date) Total No.

S. No. Description From To Of Periods

Unit-1 18/7/13 1/8/13 12

1.

4..

5.

Total No. of Instructional periods available for the course: ..…50…. Hours / Periods

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

COURSE SCHEDULE

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Duration (Date) Total No.

S. No. Description From To Of Periods

Unit-1 25/7/13 2/8/13 12

1.

4..

5.

Total No. of Instructional periods available for the course: .…50…. Hours / Periods

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES

These verbs can also be used while framing questions for Continuous Assessment Examinations as well as for End –

Semester (final)Examinations

ILLUSTRATIVE VERBS FOR STATING GENERAL OBJECTIVES/OUTCOMES

1 2 3 4 5 6

Comprehension Application Analysis Evaluation

Knowledge Understanding of knowledge & Of whole w .r.t. its Synthesis

comprehension constituents Judgment

Infer Reconstruct

Summarize Reorganize

Revise

Electro Magnetic Fields-Syllabus

UNIT – I Electrostatics:

Electrostatic Fields – Coulomb’s Law – Electric Field Intensity (EFI) – EFI due to a line and a surface charge –

Work done in moving a point charge in an electrostatic field – Electric Potential – Properties of potential function

– Potential gradient – Guass’s law – Application of Guass’s Law – Maxwell’s first law, div ( D )=v – Laplace’s

and Poison’s equations – Solution of Laplace’s equation in one variable. Electric dipole – Dipole moment –

potential and EFI due to an electric dipole – Torque on an Electric dipole in an electric field.

Behavior of conductors in an electric field – Conductors and Insulators – Electric field inside a dielectric material

– polarization – Dielectric – Conductor and Dielectric – Dielectric boundary conditions – Capacitance –

Capacitance of parallel plots – spherical co-axial capacitors – with composite dielectrics – Energy stored and

energy density in a static electric field – Current density – conduction and Convection current densities – Ohm’s

law in point form – Equation of continuity

Static magnetic fields – Biot-Savart’s law – Magnetic field intensity (MFI) – MFI due to a straight current

carrying filament – MFI due to circular, square and solenoid current – Carrying wire – Relation between magnetic

flux, magnetic flux density and MFI – Maxwell’s second Equation, div(B)=0,

Ampere’s Law & Applications: Ampere’s circuital law and its applications viz. MFI due to an infinite sheet of

current and a long current carrying filament – Point form of Ampere’s circuital law – Maxwell’s third equation,

Curl (H)=Jc

Magnetic force - Moving charges in a Magnetic field – Lorentz force equation – force on a current element in a

magnetic field – Force on a straight and a long current carrying conductor in a magnetic field – Force between

two straight long and parallel current carrying conductors – Magnetic dipole and dipole moment – a differential

current loop as a magnetic dipole – Torque on a current loop placed in a magnetic field.

Scalar Magnetic potential and its limitations – vector magnetic potential and its properties – vector magnetic

potential due to simple configurations – vector Poisson’s equations.

Self and Mutual inductance – Neumann’s formulae – determination of self-inductance of a solenoid and toroid

and mutual inductance between a straight long wire and a square loop wire in the same plane – energy stored and

density in a magnetic field. Introduction to permanent magnets, their characteristics and applications.

Time varying fields – Faraday’s laws of electromagnetic induction – Its integral and point forms – Maxwell’s

fourth equation, Curl (E)=-B/t – Statically and Dynamically induced EMFs – Simple problems -Modification of

Maxwell’s equations for time varying fields – Displacement current

TEXT BOOKS

Graw-Hill Companies, 7th Editon.2009.

2. “Electro magnetic Fields” by Sadiku, Oxford Publications

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

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Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TIME TABLE

8:45 9:30 10:15 11:00 12:20 1:10 2:00

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDY

THURSDAY EMF(8-9) EMF(9-10) EMF(12:00- EMF(1:00-

B B 1:00) C 2:00) C

2108 2108 2108 2108

PPK,SN PPK,SN PPK,SN PPK,SN

FRIDAY EMF(8-9) EMF(9-10) EMF(12:00- EMF(1:00-

C C 1:00) A 2:00) A

2103 2103 2103 2103

PPK,SN PPK,SN PPK,SN PPK,SN

SATURDAY EMF(8-9) EMF(9-10) EMF(12:00- EMF(1:00-

A A 1:00) B 2:00)B

2103 2103 2108 2108

PPK,SN PPK,SN PPK,SN PPK,SN

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

COURSE PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

Unit Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub-Topics Outcomes (Text Book,

No. No. Nos. Journal…)

Page Nos.: ____to

____

19/7/2013 Coloumb’s law of Electric Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 1. 2 Field Theory 1 Pg no:72-75

EFI due to line and surface Pg no:79-85

charges

19/7/2013 Work done in a moving point W.H HAYT,JA Buck

1 2. 1 charge in electro static field 1 Pg no.81-82

20/7/2013 Electric potential properties of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 3. 1 potential function 2 Pg no:101-103

20/7/2013 Potential gradient W.H HAYT,JA Buck

1 4. 1 1 Pg no:95-100

20/7/2013 Gauss’s law, application of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 5. 1 gauss law ,maxwell’s first law 1 Pg no:92-99

26/7/2013 Laplace and poisson’s equation Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 6. 1 3 Pg no:169-170

1 26/7/2013 Solution of laplace’s equation W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

7. 1 in one variable 2 Pg no:177-178

1 26/7/2013 Electric dipole, Dipole moment W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

8. 1 1 Pg no:110-113

1 27/7/2013 Potential and EFI due to an W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

9. 2 electric dipole 2 Pg no:101-103

Torque on electric dipole in an

electric field

1 1 1&1 Pg no:133-134

2 2 2/8/2013 EF inside a dielectric material Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 polarization 1&1 Pg no:143-146

2 3 2/8/2013 Dielectric conductor interface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2&1 Pg no.143-146

2 4 2/8/2013 Boundary conditions Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2&1 Pg no:149-155

2 5 3/8/2013 Capacitance –capacitance of a Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 parallel plate capacitor 2,3&1 Pg no:193-200

2 6 3/8/2013 Capacitance of spherical and co Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 axial with composite dielectric 2&1 Pg no:193-200

2 7 3/8/2013 Energy stored –energy density Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 in static electric field 1&1 Pg no:114-116

2 8 6/8/2013 Current density, condition and Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 convention at densities 2&1 Pg no:114-116

2 9 6/8/2013 Ohm’s law in point form Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2 Pg no:114-116

3 1 6/8/2013 Magnetostatics Sadiku

1 2,3&1 Pgno:230-234

3 2 13/8/2013 Static magnetic field Sadiku

1 Biotsavart’s law 3&1 Pg no:230-234

3 3 13/8/2013 Oerstead’s experiment,MFI Sadiku

2 2,3&2 Pg no.230-234

3 4 16/8/2013 MFI due to straight current W.H.Hayt

2 carrying filament,circular 1,2,3&3 Pg no:211-225

square,solenoid current

3 5 16/8/2013 Relation b/w magnetic W.H.Hayt

1 flux,flux density and MFI 2&3,4 Pg no:278-279

3 6 23/8/2013 Maxwell’s 2nd equation Sadiku

1 1,2,3&3 Pg no:249-251

3 7 23/8/2013 Ampere’s circuit Law Sadiku

1 2,3&1 Pg no:241-246

3 8 23/8/2013 MFI due to infinite sheet of W.H.Hayt

1 current filament Pg no:216

3 9 27/8/2013 Point form ampere’s circuit law Sadiku

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

4 1 27/8/2013 Field due to circular loop, Sadiku

1 rectangular, square loop 1,3&1,3 Pgno:273-276

4 2 30/8/2013 Force in magnetic field Sadiku

1 2,3&4,6 Pg no:273-276

4 3 30/8/2013 Magnetic force moving charges W.H.HAYT

1 in a magnetic field 2,3&5 6, Pg no.260

4 4 30/8/2013 Lorentz force equation Sadiku

1 2,3&1,2 Pg no:274-275

4 5 31/8/2013 Force on a current element in a Sadiku

2 magnetic field, Force on a 2,3&1 Pg no:274-276

straight long current carrying

conductor

4 6 31/8/2013 Force b/w two straight long Sadiku

1 current carrying conductors 2,3&1 Pg no:278-279

4 7 6/9/2013 1 Magnetic Dipole ,dipole 3&6 Sadiku

moment Pg no:286-289

4 8 6/9/2013 Differential current loop as a Sadiku

2 magnetic dipole torque on 3&1,6 Pg no:286-289

current,magnetic potential

4 9 13/9/2013 2 Scalar ,Vector magnetic 2,3&1 Sadiku

potentials due to simple Pg no:252-254

configuration

5 1 14/9/2013 Time varing field Faraday’s 3&1 WH HAYT

1 law of electromagnetic JA BUCK

induction Pg:306 to 312

5 2 14/9/2013 Its integral and point forms 3&1 WH HAYT

1 JA BUCK

Pg:317 to 320

5 3 20/9/2013 Maxwell’s fourth equation 3&4 WH HAYT

1 JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

5 4 20/9/2013 Static and dynamically induced 3&5 WH HAYT

1 emf JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

5 5 27/9/2013 Maxwell’s equation for time 3&4 SADIKU

1 varing fields Pg:345 to 348

5 6 27/9/2013 Displacement current 1,3&1 SADIKU

1 Pg:339 to 341

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICS COVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

COURSE PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

Unit Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub-Topics Outcomes (Text Book,

No. No. Nos. Journal…)

Page Nos.: ____to

____

18/7/2013 Coloumb’s law of Electric Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 1. 2 Field Theory 1 Pg no:72-75

EFI due to line and surface Pg no:79-85

charges

18/7/2013 Work done in a moving point W.H HAYT,JA Buck

1 2. 1 charge in electro static field 1 Pg no.81-82

20/7/2013 Electric potential properties of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 3. 1 potential function 2 Pg no:101-103

20/7/2013 Potential gradient W.H HAYT,JA Buck

1 4. 1 1 Pg no:95-100

25/7/2013 Gauss’s law, application of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 5. 1 gauss law ,maxwell’s first law 1 Pg no:92-99

25/7/2013 Laplace and poisson’s equation Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 6. 1 3 Pg no:169-170

1 27/7/2013 Solution of laplace’s equation W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

7. 1 in one variable 2 Pg no:177-178

1 27/7/2013 Electric dipole, Dipole moment W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

8. 1 1 Pg no:110-113

1 1/8/2013 Potential and EFI due to an W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

9. 2 electric field 2 Pg no:101-103

Torque on electric dipole in an

electric field

1 1 1&1 Pg no:133-134

2 2 3/8/2013 EF inside a dielectric material Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 polarization 1&1 Pg no:143-146

2 3 3/8/2013 Dielectric conductor interface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2&1 Pg no.143-146

2 4 7/8/2013 Boundary conditions Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2&1 Pg no:149-155

2 5 7/8/2013 Capacitance –capacitance of a Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 parallel plate capacitor 2,3&1 Pg no:193-200

2 6 14/8/2013 Capacitance of spherical and co Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 axial with composite dielectric 2&1 Pg no:193-200

2 7 14/8/2013 Energy stored –energy density Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 in static electric field 1&1 Pg no:114-116

2 8 17/8/2013 Current density, condition and Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 convention at den 2&1 Pg no:114-116

2 9 17/8/2013 Ohm’s law in point form Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2 Pg no:114-116

3 1 22/8/2013 Magnetostatics Sadiku

1 2,3&1 Pgno:230-234

3 2 22/8/2013 Static magnetic field Sadiku

1 Biotsavart’s law 3&1 Pg no:230-234

3 3 24/8/2013 Oerstead’s experiment,MFI Sadiku

2 2,3&2 Pg no.230-234

3 4 24/8/2013 MFI due to straight current W.H.Hayt

2 carrying filament,circular 1,2,3&3 Pg no:211-225

square,solenoid current

3 5 28/8/2013 Relation b/w magnetic W.H.Hayt

1 flux,flux density and MFI 2&3,4 Pg no:278-279

3 6 28/8/2013 Maxwell’s 2nd equation Sadiku

1 1,2,3&3 Pg no:249-251

3 7 29/8/2013 Ampere’s circuit Law Sadiku

1 2,3&1 Pg no:241-246

3 8 29/8/2013 MFI due to infinite sheet of W.H.Hayt

1 current filament Pg no:216

3 9 31/8/2013 Point form ampere’s circuit law Sadiku

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

4 1 5/9/2013 Field due to circular loop, Sadiku

1 rectangular, square loop 1,3&1,3 Pgno:273-276

4 2 5/9/2013 Force in magnetic field Sadiku

1 2,3&4,6 Pg no:273-276

4 3 12/9/2013 Magnetic force moving charges W.H.HAYT

1 in a magnetic field 2,3&5 6, Pg no.260

4 4 12/9/2013 Lorentz force equation Sadiku

1 2,3&1,2 Pg no:274-275

4 5 14/9/2013 Force on a current element in a Sadiku

2 magnetic field, Force on a 2,3&1 Pg no:274-276

straight long current carrying

conductor

4 6 14/9/2013 Force b/w two straight long Sadiku

1 current carrying conductors 2,3&1 Pg no:278-279

4 7 19/9/2013 1 Magnetic Dipole ,dipole 3&6 Sadiku

moment Pg no:286-289

4 8 19/9/2013 Differential current loop as a Sadiku

2 magnetic dipole torque on 3&1,6 Pg no:286-289

current,magnetic potential

4 9 21/9/2013 2 Scalar ,Vector magnetic 2,3&1 Sadiku

potentials due to simple Pg no:252-254

configuration

5 1 21/9/2013 Time varying field Faraday’s 3&1 WH HAYT

1 law of electromagnetic JA BUCK

induction Pg:306 to 312

5 2 25/9/2013 Its integral and point forms 3&1 WH HAYT

1 JA BUCK

Pg:317 to 320

5 3 25/9/2013 Maxwell’s fourth equation 3&4 WH HAYT

1 JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

5 4 26/9/2013 Static and dynamically induced 3&5 WH HAYT

1 emf JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

5 5 26/9/2013 Maxwell’s equation for time 3&4 SADIKU

1 varing fields Pg:345 to 348

5 6 28/9/2013 Displacement current 1,3&1 SADIKU

1 Pg:339 to 341

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICS COVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

COURSE PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

Unit Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub-Topics Outcomes (Text Book,

No. No. Nos. Journal…)

Page Nos.: ____to

____

25/7/2013 Coloumb’s law of Electric Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 1. 2 Field Theory 1 Pg no:72-75

EFI due to line and surface Pg no:79-85

charges

25/7/2013 Work done in a moving point W.H HAYT,JA Buck

1 2. 1 charge in electro static field 1 Pg no.81-82

25/7/2013 Electric potential properties of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 3. 1 potential function 2 Pg no:101-103

26/7/2013 Potential gradient W.H HAYT,JA Buck

1 4. 1 1 Pg no:95-100

26/7/2013 Gauss’s law, application of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 5. 1 gauss law ,maxwell’s first law 1 Pg no:92-99

1/8/2013 Laplace and poisson’s equation Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 6. 1 3 Pg no:169-170

1 1/8/2013 Solution of laplace’s equation W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

7. 1 in one variable 2 Pg no:177-178

1 1/8/2013 Electric dipole, Dipole moment W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

8. 1 1 Pg no:110-113

1 2/8/2013 Potential and EFI due to an W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

9. 2 electric field 2 Pg no:101-103

Torque on electric dipole in an

electric field

1 1 1&1 Pg no:133-134

2 2 8/8/2013 EF inside a dielectric material Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 polarization 1&1 Pg no:143-146

2 3 8/8/2013 Dielectric conductor interface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2&1 Pg no.143-146

2 4 12/8/2013 Boundary conditions Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2&1 Pg no:149-155

2 5 12/8/2013 Capacitance –capacitance of a Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 parallel plate capacitor 2,3&1 Pg no:193-200

2 6 16/8/2013 Capacitance of spherical and co Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 axial with composite dielectric 2&1 Pg no:193-200

2 7 16/8/2013 Energy stored –energy density Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 in static electric field 1&1 Pg no:114-116

2 8 22/8/2013 Current density, condition and Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 convention at den 2&1 Pg no:114-116

2 9 22/8/2013 Ohm’s law in point form Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1 2 Pg no:114-116

3 1 23/8/2013 Magnetostatics Sadiku

1 2,3&1 Pgno:230-234

3 2 23/8/2013 Static magnetic field Sadiku

1 Biotsavart’s law 3&1 Pg no:230-234

3 3 29/8/2013 Oerstead’s experiment,MFI Sadiku

2 2,3&2 Pg no.230-234

3 4 29/8/2013 MFI due to straight current W.H.Hayt

2 carrying filament,circular 1,2,3&3 Pg no:211-225

square,solenoid current

3 5 30/8/2013 Relation b/w magnetic W.H.Hayt

1 flux,flux density and MFI 2&3,4 Pg no:278-279

3 6 30/8/2013 Maxwell’s 2nd equation Sadiku

1 1,2,3&3 Pg no:249-251

3 7 5/9/2013 Ampere’s circuit Law Sadiku

1 2,3&1 Pg no:241-246

3 8 5/9/2013 MFI due to infinite sheet of W.H.Hayt

1 current filament Pg no:216

3 9 6/9/2013 Point form ampere’s circuit law Sadiku

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

4 1 12/9/2013 Field due to circular loop, Sadiku

1 rectangular, square loop 1,3&1,3 Pgno:273-276

4 2 12/9/2013 Force in magnetic field Sadiku

1 2,3&4,6 Pg no:273-276

4 3 13/9/2013 Magnetic force moving charges W.H.HAYT

1 in a magnetic field 2,3&5 6, Pg no.260

4 4 13/9/2013 Lorentz force equation Sadiku

1 2,3&1,2 Pg no:274-275

4 5 19/9/2013 Force on a current element in a Sadiku

2 magnetic field, Force on a 2,3&1 Pg no:274-276

straight long current carrying

conductor

4 6 19/9/2013 Force b/w two straight long Sadiku

1 current carrying conductors 2,3&1 Pg no:278-279

4 7 20/9/2013 1 Magnetic Dipole ,dipole 3&6 Sadiku

moment Pg no:286-289

4 8 20/9/2013 Differential current loop as a Sadiku

2 magnetic dipole torque on 3&1,6 Pg no:286-289

current,magnetic potential

4 9 26/9/2013 2 Scalar ,Vector magnetic 2,3&1 Sadiku

potentials due to simple Pg no:252-254

configuration

5 1 26/9/2013 Time varying field Faraday’s 3&1 WH HAYT

1 law of electromagnetic JA BUCK

induction Pg:306 to 312

5 2 26/9/2013 Its integral and point forms 3&1 WH HAYT

1 JA BUCK

Pg:317 to 320

5 3 27/9/2013 Maxwell’s fourth equation 3&4 WH HAYT

1 JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

5 4 27/9/2013 Static and dynamically induced 3&5 WH HAYT

1 emf JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

5 5 3/10/2013 Maxwell’s equation for time 3&4 SADIKU

1 varing fields Pg:345 to 348

5 6 3/10/2013 Displacement current 1,3&1 SADIKU

1 Pg:339 to 341

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICS COVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics & (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Outcomes Page Nos.: ____to ____

Nos.

19/7/2013 Coloumb’s law of Electric Field Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1. 2 Theory 1 Pg no:72-75

EFI due to line and surface charges Pg no:79-85

19/7/2013 Work done in a moving point W.H HAYT,JA Buck

2. 1 charge in electro static field 1 Pg no.81-82

20/7/2013 Electric potential properties of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

3. 1 potential function 2 Pg no:101-103

20/7/2013 Potential gradient W.H HAYT,JA Buck

4. 1 1 Pg no:95-100

20/7/2013 Gauss’s law, application of gauss Mathew N.O, Sadiku

5. 1 law ,maxwell’s first law 1 Pg no:92-99

26/7/2013 Laplace and poisson’s equation Mathew N.O, Sadiku

6. 1 3 Pg no:169-170

26/7/2013 Solution of laplace’s equation in W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

7. 1 one variable 2 Pg no:177-178

26/7/2013 Electric dipole, Dipole moment W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

8. 1 1 Pg no:110-113

27/7/2013 Potential and EFI due to an electric W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

9. 2 field 2 Pg no:101-103

Torque on electric dipole in an

electric field

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

27/7/2013 Conductors and Insulators Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1. 1 1&1 Pg no:133-134

2/8/2013 EF inside a dielectric material Mathew N.O, Sadiku

2. 1 polarization 1&1 Pg no:143-146

2/8/2013 Dielectric conductor interface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

3. 1 2&1 Pg no.143-146

2/8/2013 Boundary conditions Mathew N.O, Sadiku

4. 1 2&1 Pg no:149-155

3/8/2013 Capacitance –capacitance of a Mathew N.O, Sadiku

5. 1 parallel plate capacitor 2,3&1 Pg no:193-200

3/8/2013 Capacitance of spherical and co Mathew N.O, Sadiku

6. 1 axial with composite dielectric 2&1 Pg no:193-200

3/8/2013 Energy stored –energy density in Mathew N.O, Sadiku

7. 1 static electric field 1&1 Pg no:114-116

6/8/2013 Current density, condition and Mathew N.O, Sadiku

8. 1 convention at den 2&1 Pg no:114-116

6/8/2013 Ohm’s law in point form Mathew N.O, Sadiku

9. 1 2 Pg no:114-116

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

6/8/2013 Magnetostatics Sadiku

1. 1 2,3&1 Pgno:230-234

13/8/2013 Static magnetic field Biotsavart’s Sadiku

2. 1 law 3&1 Pg no:230-234

13/8/2013 Oerstead’s experiment,MFI Sadiku

3. 2 2,3&2 Pg no.230-234

16/8/2013 MFI due to straight current W.H.Hayt

4. 2 carrying filament,circular 1,2,3&3 Pg no:211-225

square,solenoid current

16/8/2013 Relation b/w magnetic flux,flux W.H.Hayt

5. 1 density and MFI 2&3,4 Pg no:278-279

23/8/2013 Maxwell’s 2nd equation Sadiku

6. 1 1,2,3&3 Pg no:249-251

23/8/2013 Ampere’s circuit Law Sadiku

7. 1 2,3&1 Pg no:241-246

23/8/2013 MFI due to infinite sheet of current W.H.Hayt

8. 1 filament Pg no:216

27/8/2013 Point form ampere’s circuit law Sadiku

9. 1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

10. 1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

27/8/2013 Field due to circular loop, Sadiku

1. 1 rectangular, square loop 1,3&1,3 Pgno:273-276

30/8/2013 Force in magnetic field Sadiku

2. 1 2,3&4,6 Pg no:273-276

30/8/2013 Magnetic force moving charges in W.H.HAYT

3. 1 a magnetic field 2,3&5 6, Pg no.260

30/8/2013 Lorentz force equation Sadiku

4. 1 2,3&1,2 Pg no:274-275

31/8/2013 Force on a current element in a Sadiku

5. 2 magnetic field, Force on a straight 2,3&1 Pg no:274-276

long current carrying conductor

31/8/2013 Force b/w two straight long Sadiku

6. 1 current carrying conductors 2,3&1 Pg no:278-279

6/9/2013 1 Magnetic Dipole ,dipole moment 3&6 Sadiku

7. Pg no:286-289

8. 6/9/2013 Differential current loop as a Sadiku

2 magnetic dipole torque on 3&1,6 Pg no:286-289

current,magnetic potential

13/9/2013 2 Scalar ,Vector magnetic potentials 2,3&1 Sadiku

9. due to simple configuratio€n Pg no:252-254

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

14/9/2013 Time varing field Faraday’s law of 3&1 WH HAYT

1. 1 electromagnetic induction JA BUCK

Pg:306 to 312

14/9/2013 Its integral and point forms 3&1 WH HAYT

2. 1 JA BUCK

Pg:317 to 320

14/9/2013 Maxwell’s fourth equation 3&4 WH HAYT

3. 1 JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

20/9/2013 Static and dynamically induced 3&5 WH HAYT

4. 1 emf JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

20/9/2013 Maxwell’s equation for time 3&4 SADIKU

5. 1 varing fields Pg:345 to 348

20/9/2013 Displacement current 1,3&1 SADIKU

6. 1 Pg:339 to 341

Signature of HOD

Signature of faculty

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

18/7/2013 Coloumbs’s law of Electric Field Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1. 1 Theory 1 Pg no:72-75

18/7/2013 EFI due to line and surface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

2. 1 chagers 1 Pg no:79-85

20/7/2013 Work done in a moving point W.H HAYT,JA Buck

3. 1 charge in electro static field 1 Pg no.81-82

20/7/2013 Electric potential properties of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

4. 1 potential function 2 Pg no:101-103

25/7/2013 Potential gradient W.H HAYT,JA Buck

5. 1 1 Pg no:95-100

25/7/2013 Gauss’s law, application of gauss Mathew N.O, Sadiku

6. 1 law ,maxwell’s first law 1 Pg no:92-99

27/7/2013 Laplace and poisson’s equation Mathew N.O, Sadiku

7. 1 3 Pg no:169-170

27/7/2013 Solution of laplace’s equation in W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

8. 1 one variable 2 Pg no:177-178

1/8/2013 Electric dipole,Dipole moment W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

9. 1 1 Pg no:110-113

1/8/2013 Potential and EFI due to an W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

10. 2 electric field,Torque on electric 2 Pg no:101-103

people in an electric field

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

1/8/2013 Conductors and Insulators Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1. 1 1&1 Pg no:133-134

3/8/2013 EF inside a dielectric material Mathew N.O, Sadiku

2. 1 polarization 1&1 Pg no:143-146

3/8/2013 Dielectric conductor interface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

3. 1 2&1 Pg no.143-146

7/8/2013 Boundary conditions Mathew N.O, Sadiku

4. 1 2&1 Pg no:149-155

7/8/2013 Capacitance –capacitance of a Mathew N.O, Sadiku

5. 1 parallel plate capacitor 2,3&1 Pg no:193-200

14/8/2013 Capacitance of spherical and co Mathew N.O, Sadiku

6. 1 axial with composite dielectric 2&1 Pg no:193-200

14/8/2013 Energy stored –energy density in Mathew N.O, Sadiku

7. 1 static electric field 1&1 Pg no:114-116

17/8/2013 Current density, condition and Mathew N.O, Sadiku

8. 1 convention at den 2&1 Pg no:114-116

17/8/2013 Ohm’s law in point form Mathew N.O, Sadiku

9. 1 2 Pg no:114-116

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

22/8/2013 Magnetostatics Sadiku

1. 1 2,3&1 Pgno:230-234

22/8/2013 Static magnetic field Biotsavart’s Sadiku

2. 1 law 3&1 Pg no:230-234

24/8/2013 Oerstead’s experiment Sadiku

3. 1 2,3&2 Pg no.230-234

24/8/2013 MFI Sadiku

4. 1 1,2&1 Pg no:230-234

28/8/2013 MFI due to straight current W.H.Hayt

5. 1 carrying 1,2,3&3 Pg no:211-225

filament

28/8/2013 MFI due to circular square and W.H.Hayt

6. 1 solenoid current 2,3&3 Pg no:211-225

29/8/2013 Relation b/w magnetic flux,flux W.H.Hayt

7. 1 density and MFI 2&3,4 Pg no:278-279

29/8/2013 Maxwell’s 2nd equation, Ampere’s Sadiku

8. 2 circuit Law 1,2,3&3 Pg no:249-251,241-246

31/8/2013 MFI due to infinite sheet of current W.H.Hayt

9. 1 filament Pg no:216

10. 31/8/2013 Point form ampere’s circuit law, Sadiku

2 Maxwell’s third equation 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

5/9/2013 Field due to circular loop, Sadiku

1. 1 rectangular, square loop 1,3&1,3 Pgno:273-276

5/9/2013 Force in magnetic field Sadiku

2. 1 2,3&4,6 Pg no:273-276

12/8/2013 Magnetic force moving charges in W.H.HAYT

3. 1 a magnetic field 2,3&5 6, Pg no.260

12/8/2013 Lorentz force equation Sadiku

4. 1 2,3&1,2 Pg no:274-275

14/8/2013 Force on a current element in a Sadiku

5. 1 magnetic field 2,3&1 Pg no:274-276

14/8/2013 Force on a straight long current Sadiku

6. 1 carrying conductor 2,3&1 Pg no:276

19/9/2013 Force b/w two straight long Sadiku

7. 1 current carrying conductors 2,3&1 Pg no:278-279

8. 19/9/2013 1 Magnetic Dipole ,dipole moment 3&6 Sadiku

Pg no:286-289

19/9/2013 Differential current loop as a Sadiku

9. 1 magnetic dipole torque on current 3&1,6 Pg no:286-289

21/9/2013 Magnetic potential 3&6 Sadiku

10. 1 Pg no:286-289

11 21/9/2013 2 Scalar, Vector magnetic 2,3&1 Sadiku

potentials,simple configuration Pg no:252-254

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

21/9/2013 Time varing field Faraday’s law of 3&1 WH HAYT

1. 1 electromagnetic induction JA BUCK

Pg:306 to 312

25/9/2013 Its integral and point forms 3&1 WH HAYT

2. 1 JA BUCK

Pg:317 to 320

25/9/2013 Maxwell’s fourth equation 3&4 WH HAYT

3. 1 JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

26/9/2013 Static and dynamically induced 3&5 WH HAYT

4. 1 emf JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

26/9/2013 Maxwell’s equation for time 3&4 SADIKU

5. 1 varing fields Pg:345 to 348

28/9/2013 Displacement current 1,3&1 SADIKU

6. 1 Pg:339 to 341

Signature of HOD

Signature of faculty

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

25/7/2013 Coloumbs’s law of Electric Field Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1. 1 Theory 1 Pg no:72-75

25/7/2013 EFI due to line and surface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

2. 1 chagers 1 Pg no:79-85

25/7/2013 Work done in a moving point W.H HAYT,JA Buck

3. 1 charge in electro static field 1 Pg no.81-82

26/7/2013 Electric potential properties of Mathew N.O, Sadiku

4. 1 potential function 2 Pg no:101-103

26/7/2013 Potential gradient W.H HAYT,JA Buck

5. 1 1 Pg no:95-100

26/8/2013 Gauss’s law, application of gauss Mathew N.O, Sadiku

6. 1 law ,maxwell’s first law 1 Pg no:92-99

1/8/2013 Laplace and poisson’s equation Mathew N.O, Sadiku

7. 1 3 Pg no:169-170

1/8/2013 Solution of laplace’s equation in W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

8. 1 one variable 2 Pg no:177-178

1/8/2013 Electric dipole,Dipole moment W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

9. 1 1 Pg no:110-113

2/8/2013 Potential and EFI due to an W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

10. 1 electric field 2 Pg no:101-103

2/8/2013 Torque on electric people in an W.H.Hayt,JA Buck

11. 1 electric field 1 Pg no: 101-103

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

2/8/2013 Conductors and Insulators Mathew N.O, Sadiku

1. 1 1&1 Pg no:133-134

8/8/2013 EF inside a dielectric material Mathew N.O, Sadiku

2. 1 polarization 1&1 Pg no:143-146

8/8/2013 Dielectric conductor interface Mathew N.O, Sadiku

3. 1 2&1 Pg no.143-146

12/8/2013 Boundary conditions Mathew N.O, Sadiku

4. 1 2&1 Pg no:149-155

12/8/2013 Capacitance –capacitance of a Mathew N.O, Sadiku

5. 1 parallel plate capacitor 2,3&1 Pg no:193-200

16/8/2013 Capacitance of spherical and co Mathew N.O, Sadiku

6. 1 axial with composite dielectric 2&1 Pg no:193-200

16/8/2013 Energy stored –energy density in Mathew N.O, Sadiku

7. 1 static electric field 1&1 Pg no:114-116

22/8/2013 Current density, condition and Mathew N.O, Sadiku

8. 1 convention at den 2&1 Pg no:114-116

22/8/2013 Ohm’s law in point form Mathew N.O, Sadiku

9. 1 2 Pg no:114-116

Date: Date:

Note: 1. ENSURE THAT ALL TOPICS SPECIFIED IN THE COURSE ARE MENTIONED.

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

GokarajuRangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

23/8/2013 Magnetostatics Sadiku

1. 1 2,3&1 Pgno:230-234

23/8/2013 Static magnetic field Biotsavart’s Sadiku

2. 1 law 3&1 Pg no:230-234

29/8/2013 Oerstead’s experiment, MFI Sadiku

3. 2 2,3&2 Pg no.230-234

29/8/2013 MFI due to straight current W.H.Hayt

4. 2 carrying filament,circular 1,2,3&3 Pg no:211-225

square,solenoid current

30/8/2013 Relation b/w magnetic flux,flux W.H.Hayt

5. 1 density and MFI 2&3,4 Pg no:278-279

30/8/2013 Maxwell’s 2nd equation Sadiku

6. 1 1,2,3&3 Pg no:249-251

5/9/2013 Ampere’s circuit Law Sadiku

7. 1 2,3&1 Pg no:241-246

5/9/2013 MFI due to infinite sheet of current W.H.Hayt

8. 1 filament Pg no:216

9. 6/9/2013 Point form ampere’s circuit law Sadiku

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

1 2,3&1,3 Pg no:241

Date: Date:

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

No. of Objectives & References

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

12/9/2013 Field due to circular loop, Sadiku

1. 1 rectangular, square loop 1,3&1,3 Pgno:273-276

12/9/2013 Force in magnetic field Sadiku

2. 1 2,3&4,6 Pg no:273-276

13/9/2013 Magnetic force moving charges in W.H.HAYT

3. 1 a magnetic field 2,3&5 6, Pg no.260

13/9/2013 Lorentz force equation Sadiku

4. 1 2,3&1,2 Pg no:274-275

19/9/2013 Force on a current element in a Sadiku

5. 1 magnetic field 2,3&1 Pg no:274-276

19/9/2013 Force on a straight long current Sadiku

6. 1 carrying conductor 2,3&1 Pg no:276

20/9/2013 Force b/w two straight long Sadiku

7. 1 current carrying conductors 2,3&1 Pg no:278-279

8. 20/9/2013 1 Magnetic Dipole ,dipole moment 3&6 Sadiku

Pg no:286-289

20/9/2013 Differential current loop as a Sadiku

9. 1 magnetic dipole torque on current 3&1,6 Pg no:286-289

26/9/2013 Magnetic potential 3&6 Sadiku

10. 1 Pg no:286-289

11 26/9/2013 2 Scalar,Vector magnetic 2,3&1 Sadiku

potentials,simple configuration Pg no:252-254

Date: Date:

2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

SCHEDULE OF INSTRUCTIONS

UNIT PLAN

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR.

Lesson Date Periods Topics / Sub - Topics Outcomes (Text Book, Journal…)

No. Nos. Page Nos.: ____to ____

27/9/2013 Time varing field Faraday’s law of 3&1 WH HAYT

1. 1 electromagnetic induction JA BUCK

Pg:306 to 312

27/9/2013 Its integral and point forms 3&1 WH HAYT

2. 1 JA BUCK

Pg:317 to 320

3/10/2013 Maxwell’s fourth equation 3&4 WH HAYT

3. 1 JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

3/10/2013 Static and dynamically induced 3&5 WH HAYT

4. 1 emf JA BUCK

Pg:307 to 308

4/10/2013 Maxwell’s equation for time 3&4 SADIKU

5. 1 varing fields Pg:345 to 348

4/10/2013 Displacement current 1,3&1 SADIKU

6. 1 Pg:339 to 341

Signature of HOD

Signature of faculty

Date: Date:

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2. ADDITIONAL TOPICSCOVERED, IF ANY, MAY ALSO BE SPECIFIED IN BOLD

3. MENTION THE CORRESPONDING COURSE OBJECTIVE AND OUT COME NUMBERS AGAINST EACH TOPIC.

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 05/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing vector, scalar,, vector algebra

Third 60 minutes for the Class introducing different co ordinate systems.

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. What is a dot product? Explain its significance and applications.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

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(Autonomous)

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 06/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. To study the concept of charge

3. To study the concept of coulomb’s law.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class( Transformation of vectors and Concept of

charge)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. How to transform the vectors from one coordinate system to other?

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 12/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. Electric Field Intensity due to line charge

3. Electric Field Intensity due to surface charge

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (coulomb’s law, Electric Field Intensity due

to line and surface charges)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive the concept of Electric Field Intensity from Coulomb’s law.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 19/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. To learn the concept of electric potential.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Work done in a moving point charge in electro

static field)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Prove that if the path selected is such that it is always perpendicular to E,the work done is Zero.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 20/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. To learn the concept of potential gradient

3. To learn the relation between electric field and potential.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class ( properties of potential function and potential

gradient)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive an expression for potential gradient.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 26/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. To learn the applications of Gauss’s law

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Gauss’s law, application of gauss law

,maxwell’s first law)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. State and Explain Gauss’s law.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 27/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. To derive Laplace equation.

3. Applications of poisons and Laplace equations.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Laplace and poisson’s equations)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive Laplace and poisons equations.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 02/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. To learn the concept of electric dipole.

3. To study electric field due to an electric dipole.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Solution of laplace’s equation in one variable,

Dipole and Dipole moment)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Define electric dipole and dipole moment.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 03/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. Torque on electric dipole in an electric field

3. Solve simple problems.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Potential and EFI due to an dipole, Torque on

electric dipole in an electric field)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Show that the torque on a dipole moment p in an uniform electric field E is given by pXE.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 06/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn the behavior of insulators

3.To study the properties of conductors and insulators.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Conductors and Insulators)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Explain the properties of a conductor

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 13/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn what is polarization

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (EF inside a dielectric material polarization,

dielectric conductor interface)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Define polarization and explain how dielectric acquires polarization.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 16/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn boundary conditions

2.learn boundary between dielectric and conductor

3.learn boundary between two dielectrics

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Boundary conditions)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. What are the boundary conditions between two perfect dielectrics?

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 23/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.To learn the concept of capacitance

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor,

spherical and coaxial)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive the expression for the energy stored in the capacitor.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 27/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.To learn ohm’s law in point form

3.To learn continuity equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Current density, condition and convention

densities, ohm’s law in point form)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive an expression for ohm’s law in point form.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 30/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class(Static magnetic field Biotsavart’s law)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. State and explain biot savart law

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 31/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.To learn oerstead’s experiment

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Oerstead’s experiment,MFI due to straight

current carrying filament)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Using biot savart law.find H due to straight current carrying conductor.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 03/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn MFI due to circular square, solenoid current

2.learn the relation between H,B

3.Maxwell’s second equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Relation b/w magnetic flux, flux density

,Maxwell’s IInd equation)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive the relationship between H and B

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 06/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn Ampere’s circuit law

2.learn MFI due to infinite sheet of current filament

3.Simple Problems

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Ampere’s circuit Law, MFI due to infinite sheet

of current filament)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. List and explain the applications of Ampere’s circuital law

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 10/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.learn the concept of divergence for magnetic field

3.Maxwell’s third equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Point form of ampere’s circuit law, Maxwells

third equation)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. State and prove Maxwells divergence equation for static magnetic field.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 13/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Field due to circular loop, rectangular, square )

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Using biot savart law,find H on axis of circular loop

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 14/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the magnetic force moving charges in a MF

3.learn Lorentz force equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Magnetic force moving charges in a MF)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive Lorentz force equation.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 17/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the magnetic force on a straight long current carrying conductor

3.Simple Problems

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class(Force on a current element, a straight long

current carrying conductor )

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive expression for force on a current element in a magnetic field.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 20/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn magnetic force between two straight long current carrying conductor

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Force b/w two straight long current carrying

conductors)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive an expression for the force between two current carrying conductor in the same direction.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 24/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

3.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Magnetic Dipole ,dipole moment)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. What is magnetic dipole moment? Derive an expression for torque on a current loop.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 24/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Differential current loop as a magnetic dipole

torque on current, magnetic potential)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Distinguish between self and mutual inductance.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 27/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the concept of vector magnetic potential

3.study scalar, vector magnetic potentials due to simple configuration

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (scalar, vector magnetic potentials due to

simple configuration)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Explain the concept of scalar and vector magnetic potentials.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 27/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Time varying field Faraday’s law of

electromagnetic induction)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. State and explain the faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 04/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Electromagnetic induction integral and point

forms)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Write Maxwell’s equation in integral form and give their physical significance.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 05/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn statically induced emf

3.learn magnetically induced emf

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Maxwell’s fourth equation,static and

dynamically induced emfs)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Explain static and dynamically induced emfs.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 11/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the concept of displacement current

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Maxwell’s equation for time varying fields,

Displacement Current)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive expression for displacement current

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 05/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing vector, scalar,, vector algebra

Third 60 minutes for the Class introducing different co ordinate systems.

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

2. What is a dot product? Explain its significance and applications.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 06/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class( Transformation of vectors and Concept of

charge)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

2. How to transform the vectors from one coordinate system to other?

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 12/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1. Coulomb’s law of Electric Field Theory

2. Electric Field Intensity due to line charge

3. Electric Field Intensity due to surface charge

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (coulomb’s law, Electric Field Intensity due

to line and surface charges)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

2. Derive the concept of Electric Field Intensity from Coulomb’s law.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 18/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn the concept of electric potential.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Work done in a moving point charge in electro

static field)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

2. Prove that if the path selected is such that it is always perpendicular to E,the work done is Zero.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 20/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn the concept of potential gradient

3.To learn the relation between electric field and potential.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class ( properties of potential function and potential

gradient)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

2. Derive an expression for potential gradient.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 25/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Gauss’s law, application of gauss law

,maxwell’s first law)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

2. State and Explain Gauss’s law.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 01/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.To derive Laplace equation.

3.Applications of poisons and Laplace equations.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Laplace and poisson’s equations)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive Laplace and poisons equations.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 03/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn the concept of electric dipole.

3.To study electric field due to an electric dipole.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Solution of laplace’s equation in one variable,

Dipole and Dipole moment)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Define electric dipole and dipole moment.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 07/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.Torque on electric dipole in an electric field

3.Solve simple problems.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Potential and EFI due to an dipole, Torque on

electric dipole in an electric field)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Show that the torque on a dipole moment p in an uniform electric field E is given by pXE.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 14/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn the behavior of insulators

3.To study the properties of conductors and insulators.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Conductors and Insulators)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Explain the properties of a conductor

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 17/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (EF inside a dielectric material polarization,

dielectric conductor interface)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Define polarization and explain how dielectric acquires polarization.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 17/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn boundary conditions

2.learn boundary between dielectric and conductor

3.learn boundary between two dielectrics

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Boundary conditions)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.What are the boundary conditions between two perfect dielectrics?

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 22/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor,

spherical and coaxial)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive the expression for the energy stored in the capacitor.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 24/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Current density, condition and convention

densities, ohm’s law in point form)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive an expression for ohm’s law in point form.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 29/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class(Static magnetic field Biotsavart’s law)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. State and explain biotsavart law

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 31/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.study concept of magnetic field intensity

3.study magnetic field due to current carrying filament

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Oerstead’s experiment, MFI due to straight

current carrying filament)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Using biot savart law.find H due to straight current carrying conductor.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 05/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.learn MFI due to circular square,solenoid current

2.learn the relation between H,B

3.Maxwell’s second equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Relation b/w magnetic flux, flux density

,Maxwell’s IInd equation)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive the relationship between H and B

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 12/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn MFI due to infinite sheet of current filament

3.Simple Problems

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Ampere’s circuit Law,MFI due to infinite sheet

of current filament)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. List and explain the applications of Ampere’s circuital law

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 14/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.learn the concept of divergence for magnetic field

3.Maxwell’s third equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Point form of ampere’s circuit law, Maxwells

third equation)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. State and prove Maxwells divergence equation for static magnetic field.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 18/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Field due to circular loop, rectangular, square )

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Using biot savart law,find H on axis of circular loop

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 19/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the magnetic force moving charges in a MF

3.learn Lorentz force equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Magnetic force moving charges in a MF)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive Lorentz force equation.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 21/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the magnetic force on a straight long current carrying conductor

3.Simple Problems

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class(Force on a current element, a straight long

current carrying conductor )

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive expression for force on a current element in a magnetic field.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 25/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn magnetic force between two straight long current carrying conductor

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Force b/w two straight long current carrying

conductors)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive an expression for the force between two current carrying conductor in the same direction.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 26/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Magnetic Dipole ,dipole moment)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.What is magnetic dipole moment? Derive an expression for torque on a current loop.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 27/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Differential current loop as a magnetic dipole

torque on current, magnetic potential)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Distinguish between self and mutual inductance.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 28/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the concept of vector magnetic potential

3.study scalar, vector magnetic potentials due to simple configuration

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (scalar, vector magnetic potentials due to

simple configuration)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Explain the concept of scalar and vector magnetic potentials.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 05/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Time varying field Faraday’s law of

electromagnetic induction)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. State and explain the faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 09/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Electromagnetic induction integral and point

forms)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Write Maxwell’s equation in integral form and give their physical significance.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 10/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn statically induced emf

3.learn magnetically induced emf

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Maxwell’s fourth equation, static and

dynamically induced emfs)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Explain static and dynamically induced emfs.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 11/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the concept of displacement current

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Maxwell’s equation for time varying fields,

Displacement Current)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1. Derive expression for displacement current

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 04/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing vector, scalar,, vector algebra

Third 60 minutes for the Class introducing different co ordinate systems.

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.What is a dot product? Explain its significance and applications.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 05/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class( Transformation of vectors and Concept of

charge)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.How to transform the vectors from one coordinate system to other?

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 11/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2. Electric Field Intensity due to line charge

3. Electric Field Intensity due to surface charge

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (coulomb’s law, Electric Field Intensity due

to line and surface charges)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive the concept of Electric Field Intensity from Coulomb’s law.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Signature of faculty

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 12/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.To learn the concept of work done or energy

2.To learn the concept of electric potential.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Work done in a moving point charge in electro

static field)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Prove that if the path selected is such that it is always perpendicular to E,the work done is Zero.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 18/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.To learn the properties of electrical potential

2.To learn the concept of potential gradient

3.To learn the relation between electric field and potential.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing Previous Topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class ( properties of potential function and potential

gradient)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive an expression for potential gradient.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 20/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn the applications of Gauss’s law

3.Learn Maxwell’s first equation.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Gauss’s law, application of gauss law

,maxwell’s first law)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.State and Explain Gauss’s law.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date:: 25/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.To derive Laplace equation.

3.Applications of poisons and Laplace equations.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Laplace and poisson’s equations)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive Laplace and poisons equations.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 26/07/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.To learn the concept of electric dipole.

3.To study electric field due to an electric dipole.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Solution of laplace’s equation in one variable,

Dipole and Dipole moment)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Define electric dipole and dipole moment.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date:01/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.Torque on electric dipole in an electric field

3.Solve simple problems.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Potential and EFI due to an dipole, Torque on

electric dipole in an electric field)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Show that the torque on a dipole moment p in an uniform electric field E is given by pXE.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 02/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.To learn the behavior of insulators

3.To study the properties of conductors and insulators.

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Conductors and Insulators)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Explain the properties of a conductor

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 08/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.To learn Electric Field inside a dielectric material

2.To leran what is polarization

3.learn dielectric conductor interface

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (EF inside a dielectric material

polarization,dielectric conductor interface)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Define polarization and explain how dielectric acquires polarization.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 12/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn boundary conditions

2.learn boundary between dielectric and conductor

3.learn boundary between two dielectrics

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Boundary conditions)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions: 1.What are the boundary conditions between two perfect dielectrics?

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 16/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.To learn the concept of capacitance

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (capacitance of a parallel plate capacitor,

spherical and coaxial)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive the expression for the energy stored in the capacitor.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 22/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.To learn the concept of current density

2.To learn ohm’s law in point form

3.To learn continuity equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Current density, condition and convention

densities, ohm’s law in point form)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive an expression for ohm’s law in point form.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 23/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.learn the concept of magnetic field

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class(Static magnetic field Biotsavart’s law)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.State and explain biotsavart law

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 29/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.To learn oerstead’s experiment

2.study concept of magnetic field intensity

3.study magnetic field due to current carrying filament

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Oerstead’s experiment,MFI due to straight

current carrying filament)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Using biot savart law.find H due to straight current carrying conductor.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 30/08/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.learn MFI due to circular square,solenoid current

2.learn the relation between H,B

3.Maxwell’s second equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Relation b/w magnetic flux,flux density

,Maxwell’s IInd equation)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive the relationship between H and B

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 02/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn MFI due to infinite sheet of current filament

3.Simple Problems

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Ampere’s circuit Law,MFI due to infinite sheet

of current filament)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.List and explain the applications of Ampere’s circuital law

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 05/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.learn the concept of divergence for magnetic field

3.Maxwell’s third equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Point formof ampere’s circuit law,Maxwells

third equation)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.State and prove Maxwells divergence equation for static magnetic field.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 06/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

1.learn MFI due to circular loop

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Field due to circular loop, rectangular, square )

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Using biot savart law,find H on axis of circular loop

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 12/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

2.learn the magnetic force moving charges in a MF

3.learn Lorentz force equation

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Magnetic force moving charges in a MF)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive Lorentz force equation.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 13/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.learn the magnetic force on a straight long current carrying conductor

3.Simple Problems

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class(Force on a current element, a straight long

current carrying conductor )

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive expression for force on a current element in a magnetic field.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 16/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

1.learn magnetic force between two straight long current carrying conductor

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Force b/w two straight long current carrying

conductors)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive an expression for the force between two current carrying conductor in the same direction.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 19/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Magnetic Dipole ,dipole moment)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.What is magnetic dipole moment? Derive an expression for torque on a current loop.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 20/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Differential current loop as a magnetic dipole

torque on current, magnetic potential)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Distinguish between self and mutual inductance.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 23/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.learn the concept of vector magnetic potential

3.study scalar,vector magnetic potentials due to simple configuration

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (scalar,vector magnetic potentials due to

simple configuration)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Explain the concept of scalar and vector magnetic potentials.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 26/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered.

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Time varying field Faraday’s law of

electromagnetic induction)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.State and explain the faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 27/09/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Electromagnetic induction integral and point

forms)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Write Maxwell’s equation in integral form and give their physical significance.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 03/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

2.learn statically induced emf

3.learn magnetically induced emf

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Maxwell’s fourth equation,static and

dynamically induced emfs)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Explain static and dynamically induced emfs.

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

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LESSON PLAN

Academic Year : 2013-2014 Date: 04/10/13

Semester : I

INSTRUCTIONAL/LESSON OBJECTIVES:

On completion of this lesson the student shall be able to:

TEACHING AIDS : Marker Board, Marker, Duster, LCD Projector, Slides in Lap-Top.

TEACHING POINTS :

First 5 minutes for Attendance.

Second 10 minutes for introducing previous topic that covered

Third 60 minutes for the Class (Maxwell’s equation for time varying fields,

Displacement Current)

Last 15 minutes for doubts.

Assignment / Questions:

1.Derive expression for displacement current

Objectives: 1 Outcomes: 1

Note: Mention for each question the relevant Objectives and Outcomes Nos.

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ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 1

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

Q3.Derive expressions for line and surface charges? Derive Maxwell’s First law?

Q4.Derive an expression for work done in a moving point charge in electrostatic field?

Please write the Questions / Problems / Exercises which you would like to give to the students and also

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Date: Date:

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Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

Q4.Derive expressions for capacitance of spherical and co-axial with composite dielectric?

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Q4.Write about the differential current loop as a magnetic dipole torque on current?

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ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 1

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

Q3.Derive expressions for line and surface charges? Derive Maxwell’s First law?

Q4.Derive an expression for work done in a moving point charge in electrostatic field?

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Semester : I

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Q4.Derive expressions for capacitance of spherical and co-axial with composite dielectric?

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

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Semester : I

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ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 4

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

Q4.Write about the differential current loop as a magnetic dipole torque on current?

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

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(Autonomous)

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Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Objective Nos.:………………………1,3…………………………………………………………………

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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 1

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

Q3.Derive expressions for line and surface charges? Derive Maxwell’s First law?

Q4.Derive an expression for work done in a moving point charge in electrostatic field?

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 2

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

Q4.Derive expressions for capacitance of spherical and co-axial with composite dielectric?

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 3

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 4

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

Q4.Write about the differential current loop as a magnetic dipole torque on current?

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

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(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

ASSIGNMENT SHEET – 5

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Objective Nos.:………………………1,3…………………………………………………………………

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TUTOTIAL SHEET - 1

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. A charged ring of radius carrying a charge of C/m lies in the x-y plane with its centre at the

origin and a charge C is placed at the point . Determine in terms of and so

that a test charge placed at does not experience any force.

2. A semicircular ring of radius lies in the free space and carries a charge density C/m. Find the

electric field at the centre of the semicircle.

3. Consider a uniform sphere of charge with charge density and radius b , centered at the origin.

Find the electric field at a distance r from the origin for the two cases: r<b and r>b . Sketch the

strength of the electric filed as function of r .

4. A spherical charge

distribution is given

by

ii. for and .

iii. The value of where the becomes maximum.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Outcome Nos.: ………………1, 3………………………………………………………………………….

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 2

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. With reference to the Figure 2.6 determine the potential and field at the point if the shaded

region contains uniform charge density /m 2 .

FIgure 2.6

2. A capacitor consists of two coaxial metallic cylinders of length , radius of the inner conductor and

that of outer conductor . A dielectric material having dielectric constant , where is the

radius, fills the space between the conductors. Determine the capacitance of the capacitor.

3. Determine whether the functions given below satisfy Laplace 's equation

i)

ii)

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 3

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. An infinitely long conductor carries a current I A is bent into an L shape and placed as shown in Fig.

P.4.7. Determine the magnetic field intensity at a point P (0,0, a).

Figure P.4.7

2. Consider a long filamentary carrying a current IA in the + Z direction. Calculate the magnetic field

intensity at point O (- a , a ,0). Also determine the flux through this region described by

and .

3. A very long air cored solenoid is to produce an inductance 0.1H/m. If the member of turns per unit

length is 1000/m. Determine the diameter of this turns of the solenoid.

4. Determine the force per unit length between two infinitely long conductor each carrying current IA

and the conductor are separated by a distance ? d '.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 4

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Course: ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (GR11A2017)

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. A solenoid with length 10cm and radius 1cm has 440 turns. Calculate its inductance.

2. A long linear conductor is coincident with z-axis carries 10 A current. The current flows in +az

Direction .if B= (3ax+4ay) T. Find the force per unit length of conductor.

3. The current element of length 2 cm is located at the origin in free space and carries current

12ma along ax. A Filamentary current of 15 az A is located along x=3,y=4.find the force on a

Current element.

4. The core of a toroid is 12cmr and is made up of a material with µr=200.if the mean radius of a

toroid is 50cm.calculate the number of turns required to obtain an inductance of 2.5H.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 5

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Course: ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (GR11A2017)

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. A rectangular loop of area rotates at rad/s in a magnetic fields of B Wb/m2 normal to the axis of

rotation. If the loop has N turns determine the induced voltage in the loop.

4. Show that the ratio of the amplitude of the conduction current and displacement current density is σ/ωξ for

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 1

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

2. A charged ring of radius carrying a charge of C/m lies in the x-y plane with its centre at the

origin and a charge C is placed at the point . Determine in terms of and so

that a test charge placed at does not experience any force.

5. A semicircular ring of radius lies in the free space and carries a charge density C/m. Find the

electric field at the centre of the semicircle.

6. Consider a uniform sphere of charge with charge density and radius b , centered at the origin.

Find the electric field at a distance r from the origin for the two cases: r<b and r>b . Sketch the

strength of the electric filed as function of r .

7. A spherical charge

distribution is given

by

v. for and .

vi. The value of where the becomes maximum.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Outcome Nos.: ………………1, 3………………………………………………………………………….

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 2

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

4. With reference to the Figure 2.6 determine the potential and field at the point if the shaded

region contains uniform charge density /m 2 .

FIgure 2.6

5. A capacitor consists of two coaxial metallic cylinders of length , radius of the inner conductor and

that of outer conductor . A dielectric material having dielectric constant , where is the

radius, fills the space between the conductors. Determine the capacitance of the capacitor.

6. Determine whether the functions given below satisfy Laplace 's equation

i)

ii)

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 3

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

2. An infinitely long conductor carries a current I A is bent into an L shape and placed as shown in Fig.

P.4.7. Determine the magnetic field intensity at a point P (0,0, a).

Figure P.4.7

5. Consider a long filamentary carrying a current IA in the + Z direction. Calculate the magnetic field

intensity at point O (- a , a ,0). Also determine the flux through this region described by

and .

6. A very long air cored solenoid is to produce an inductance 0.1H/m. If the member of turns per unit

length is 1000/m. Determine the diameter of this turns of the solenoid.

7. Determine the force per unit length between two infinitely long conductor each carrying current IA

and the conductor are separated by a distance ? d '.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 4

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Course: ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (GR11A2017)

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

5. A solenoid with length 10cm and radius 1cm has 440 turns. Calculate its inductance.

6. A long linear conductor is coincident with z-axis carries 10 A current. The current flows in +az

Direction .if B= (3ax+4ay) T. Find the force per unit length of conductor.

7. The current element of length 2 cm is located at the origin in free space and carries current

12ma along ax. A Filamentary current of 15 az A is located along x=3,y=4.find the force on a

Current element.

8. The core of a toroid is 12cmr and is made up of a material with µr=200.if the mean radius of a

toroid is 50cm.calculate the number of turns required to obtain an inductance of 2.5H.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 5

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Course: ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (GR11A2017)

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

2. A rectangular loop of area rotates at rad/s in a magnetic fields of B Wb/m2 normal to the axis of

rotation. If the loop has N turns determine the induced voltage in the loop.

4. Show that the ratio of the amplitude of the conduction current and displacement current density is σ/ωξ for

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 1

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. A charged ring of radius carrying a charge of C/m lies in the x-y plane with its centre at the

origin and a charge C is placed at the point . Determine in terms of and so

that a test charge placed at does not experience any force.

2. A semicircular ring of radius lies in the free space and carries a charge density C/m. Find the

electric field at the centre of the semicircle.

3. Consider a uniform sphere of charge with charge density and radius b , centered at the origin.

Find the electric field at a distance r from the origin for the two cases: r<b and r>b . Sketch the

strength of the electric filed as function of r .

4. A spherical charge

distribution is given

by

ii. for and .

iii. The value of where the becomes maximum.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Outcome Nos.: ………………1, 3………………………………………………………………………….

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 2

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. With reference to the Figure 2.6 determine the potential and field at the point if the shaded

region contains uniform charge density /m 2 .

FIgure 2.6

2. A capacitor consists of two coaxial metallic cylinders of length , radius of the inner conductor and

that of outer conductor . A dielectric material having dielectric constant , where is the

radius, fills the space between the conductors. Determine the capacitance of the capacitor.

3. Determine whether the functions given below satisfy Laplace 's equation

i)

ii)

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 3

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. An infinitely long conductor carries a current I A is bent into an L shape and placed as shown in Fig.

P.4.7. Determine the magnetic field intensity at a point P (0,0, a).

Figure P.4.7

2. Consider a long filamentary carrying a current IA in the + Z direction. Calculate the magnetic field

intensity at point O (- a , a ,0). Also determine the flux through this region described by

and .

3. A very long air cored solenoid is to produce an inductance 0.1H/m. If the member of turns per unit

length is 1000/m. Determine the diameter of this turns of the solenoid.

4. Determine the force per unit length between two infinitely long conductor each carrying current IA

and the conductor are separated by a distance ? d '.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Date: Date:

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 4

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Course: ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (GR11A2017)

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. A solenoid with length 10cm and radius 1cm has 440 turns. Calculate its inductance.

2. A long linear conductor is coincident with z-axis carries 10 A current. The current flows in +az

Direction .if B= (3ax+4ay) T. Find the force per unit length of conductor.

3. The current element of length 2 cm is located at the origin in free space and carries current

12ma along ax. A Filamentary current of 15 az A is located along x=3,y=4.find the force on a

Current element.

4. The core of a toroid is 12cmr and is made up of a material with µr=200.if the mean radius of a

toroid is 50cm.calculate the number of turns required to obtain an inductance of 2.5H.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

TUTOTIAL SHEET - 5

Academic Year : 2012-2013

Semester : I

Designation : ASST.PROFESSOR.

1. A rectangular loop of area rotates at rad/s in a magnetic fields of B Wb/m2 normal to the axis of

rotation. If the loop has N turns determine the induced voltage in the loop.

4. Show that the ratio of the amplitude of the conduction current and displacement current density is σ/ωξ

for the applied field E=Emax coswt v/m.

mention the Objectives/Outcomes to which these Questions / Problems / Exercises are related.

Outcome Nos.: ………1, 3, 5……………………………………………………………………………….

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

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EVALUATION STRATEGY

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

1. TARGET:

b) Percentage of class: 90

3. METHOD OF EVALUATION

3.1 Assignments/Seminars

3.2 Quiz

3.4 Others

4. List out any new topic(s) or any innovation you would like to introduce in teaching the subjects in this Semester.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

EVALUATION STRATEGY

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

1. TARGET:

b) Percentage of class: 90

3. METHOD OF EVALUATION

3.1 Assignments/Seminars

3.2 Quiz

3.4 Others

4. List out any new topic(s) or any innovation you would like to introduce in teaching the subjects in this Semester.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

(Autonomous)

Bachupally, Kukatpally, Hyderabad – 500 090, A.P., India. (040) 6686 4440

EVALUATION STRATEGY

Semester : I

Designation: ASST.PROFESSOR

1. TARGET:

b) Percentage of class: 90

3. METHOD OF EVALUATION

3.1 Assignments/Seminars

3.2 Quiz

3.4 Others

4. List out any new topic(s) or any innovation you would like to introduce in teaching the subjects in this Semester.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Date: Date:

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology

Year students students students

Subject < 60 60 to 70 > 70 Pass

appeared failed

passed percentage

II B.TECH I- SEMESTER EXAMINATIONS, NOVEMBER-2013

ELECTRO MAGNETIC FIELDS

b) Two point charges Q1 = 5 nC and Q 2 = -4 nC are kept at (3,0,0) and (5,0,0).Determine the

2. a) Show that the torque acting on a dipole moment p due to an electric field E is p x E.

b) Compute the torque for a dipole consisting of 1µc charges in an electric field

(i) C = 45nF, d = 0.4 mm and S = 0.35 m 2 .(ii) d = 0.6 mm, E =700 kv/m and s ρ =35 μ C/m 2

b) Find the mutual inductance between rectangular wire and the longest conductor lying in

b)Currents I1 = I 2 = 10 Amp flow in opposite directions through two long parallel wires,

separated by a distance of 20 cm. Find the magnitude and the direction of magnetic flux

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