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Format For Instruction Plan [for Courses with Lectures and Tutorials ]
Course No. PHY105 Course Title:
ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

L: 3

T: 1

P: 0

Cr: 4

Course Planner :-

13563 :: Neeraj Kumar

TextBook

1. H C Verma, Concepts of Physics, Bharti Bhawan Publishers, 2007


Other Specific Books

2. 3. 4.
Relevant Websites

Purcell E. M..,Electricity and Magnetism, Berkeley Physics Course II, Tata McGraw Hill, 1975 Serway A. Raymod, Jewett. W. John, Physics for Scientists and Engineers with modern Physics , Cengage learning, New Delhi, 8th editon Navina Wadhwani, Electricity & Magnetism, PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd New Delhi, 2010

Sr. No.

Web adress

(only if relevant to the courses)

Salient Features

5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

http://msdaif.googlepages.com/demo_faraday http://msdaif.googlepages.com/demo_lenz http://faraday.physics.utoronto.ca/IYearLab/Intros/StandingWaves/Flash/sta1fix.ht ml http://courses.science.fau.edu/~rjordan/rev_notes/movies/MFA07AN1.MOV http://courses.science.fau.edu/~rjordan/rev_notes/movies/ECM06ANA.MOV http://courses.science.fau.edu/~rjordan/rev_notes/movies/ECA07AN1.MOV http://lectureonline.cl.msu.edu/~mmp/applist/induct/faraday.htm http://www.csgnetwork.com/resistcolcalc.html http://www.citycollegiate.com/wheatstone_bridge.htm

A flash animation showing Faraday's law. A flash animation showing Lenz's law A flash animation showing standing wave to explain the Faraday's law. A flash animation explaining Lenz's law with the help of Faraday's law A flash animation showing inductance and resistance A flash animation showing LCR circuit A simulation of Michael Faraday's experiments that led to the discovery of induction laws. Resistor color code table and calculator Wheatstone bridge

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Detailed Plan For Lectures


Week No. Lecture No. Topic Chapters/Sections of Textbook/other reference Homework to be Assigned to students Pedagogical tool Demonstration/case study/images/anmation ctc. planned

Part 1
Week 1

Lecture 1

Electric Current and Current Density

Book :1,Book-1/Ch-32/Art.-32.1/pag e-172 Book :1,1/32/32.2/173 Book :1,1/32/32.3/174 Book :1,1/32/32.4/175 Book :1,1/32/32.5/176 Book :1,1/32/32.6/177 Book :1,1/32/32.7/178 Book :1,1/32/32.8/179 Book :1,1/32/32.9/180 Book :1,1/32/32.10/181 website 13
Term Paper 1 Allocation HomeWork 1 Allocation

Lecture 2 Lecture 3
Week 2

Drift Speed Ohms Law, Colour Code for Resistors Temperature dependence of Resistivity Thermistors Battery and EMF Energy transfer in electric circuit, Thermal energy produced in the resistor, Internal resistance of the battery Kirchoffs Laws Combination of Resistors in Series and Parallel Grouping of Batteries Wheatstone bridge

website 12

Lecture 4 Lecture 5 Lecture 6

Week 3

Lecture 7 Lecture 8 Lecture 9

Week 4

Lecture 10

Part 2
Week 4

Lecture 11 Lecture 12

Electric Charge Coulombs Law, Electric Field Electric Potential Relation between electric field and potential

Book :1,1/29/29.1/104 ->Reference :1,1/29/29.2/105 ->Reference :1,1/29/29.3/106 Book :1,1/29/29.6/108 Book :1,1/29/29.8/109
HomeWork 1 Submission HomeWork 2 Allocation

Week 5

Lecture 13 Lecture 14

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Part 2
Week 5 Week 6

Lecture 15 Lecture 16 Lecture 17 Lecture 18

Electric dipole Torque on an electric Dipole placed in an electric field Potential energy of a dipole placed in a uniform electric field Gausss Law Applications of Gausss law Charged Conductor Electric Field due to uniformly Charged Sphere Electric field due to linear charge

Book :1,1/29/29.9/110 Book :1,1/29/29.10/112 Book :1,1/29/29.11/112 Book :1,1/30/30.3/129 Book :1,1/30/30.4/130 Book :1,1/30/30.4/131 Book :1,1/30/30.4/132
HomeWork 2 Submission

Week 7

Lecture 19 Lecture 20 Lecture 21

MID-TERM
Part 3
Week 8

Lecture 22 Lecture 23 Lecture 24

Alternating Current, instantaneous and RMS current A.C. circuit containing resistance (R) only A.C. circuit containing capacitance (C) only A.C. circuit containing inductor (L) only Concept of combination circuits (RC, RL and LCR)-Series Concept of combination circuits (RC, RL and LCR)-Parallel Significance of RL, LC, RLC circuits (Band-Width, Resonance) LC oscillations

->Reference :1,1/39/39.1/316 ->Reference :1,1/39/39.3/317 ->Reference :1,1/39/39.4/318 ->Reference :1,1/39/39.4/318 ->Reference :1,1/39/39.6/320 ->Reference :1,1/39/39.6/320 ->Reference :1,1/39/39.6/321 ->Reference :1,1/39/39.6/322 website 9 website 10
HomeWork 3 Allocation

Week 9

Lecture 25 Lecture 26 Lecture 27

Week 10

Lecture 28 Lecture 29

Part 4
Week 10

Lecture 30

Definition of Magnetic Field, Motion of Charged Particle in a uniform magnetic field

->Reference :1,1/34/34.2/221 ->Reference :1,1/34/34.4/222

HomeWork 3 Submission

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Part 4
Week 11

Lecture 31 Lecture 32

Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor Biot Savart Law, Magnetic Field due to Current in a straight wire

->Reference :1,1/34/34.5/223 ->Reference :1,1/35/35.1/237 ->Reference :1,1/35/35.2/237-238 ->Reference :1,1/35/35.4/239 ->Reference :1,1/38/38.1/288 ->Reference :1,1/38/38.2/289 ->Reference :1,1/38/38.5/291 ->Reference :1,1/38/38.8/295 ->Reference :1,1/38/38.7/294 ->Reference :1,1/31/31.6/151 ->Reference :1,1/31/31.6/151 ->Reference :1,1/31/31.6/152

HomeWork 4 Allocation

Lecture 33
Week 12

Magnetic Field due to Current in a Circular loop Faradays laws of induction, Lenzs law Self induction, Mutual Induction Energy Stored in an inductor Dielectric- Polar and Non- Polar dielectrics, Response of dielectric material to external electric field, Electric field due to polarization of dielectric Polarization vector, Dielectric constant

Term Paper 1 Submission

Lecture 34 Lecture 35 Lecture 36

Website 5,6,7,8,9 and 11

HomeWork 4 Submission

Week 13

Lecture 37 Lecture 38 Lecture 39

Spill Over
Week 14

Lecture 40 Lecture 41

Flux of an electric field through a surface Solid Angle

->Reference :1,1/30/30.1/127 ->Reference :1,1/30/30.2/128

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Details of homework and case studies plan


Homework No. Topic of the Homework Nature of homework (group/individuals/field work

Homework 1

Electric Current and Current Density, Drift Speed, Ohms Law, Colour Code for Resistors, Temperature dependence of Resistivity Thermistors. Battery and EMF, energy transfer in electric circuit, thermal energy produced in the resistor, internal resistance of the battery, Kirchoffs Laws Combination of Resistors in Series and Parallel , Grouping of Batteries, Wheatstone bridge, Electric Charge, Coulombs Law, Electric Field, Electric Potential, Electric dipole, Torque on an electric Dipole , potential energy of a dipole placed in a uniform electric field Gausss Law, Applications of Gausss law,Alternating Current, instantaneous and RMS current, Concept of combination circuits (RC, RL and LCR)-Series-Parallel, Significance of RL, LC, RLC circuits (Band-Width, Resonance), LC oscillations. Magnetic Field, Motion of Charged Particle in a mag. field, Magnetic force,Biot Savart Law, Magnetic Field due to Current in a straight wire and Circular loop, Faradays laws,Self and Mutual Induction, Energy Stored in an inductor, Dielectrics, Polarization vector, Dielectric constant

Group

Homework 2

Group

Homework 3

Group

Homework 4

Group

*Normally all the homeworks shall be submitted online but in special courses where homeworks cannot be submited online , the insructor can edit the mode of submission while entering the IP Details

Scheme for CA:out of 100*


Component Frequency Out of (If any) Marks for each Total Marks

Homework Term Paper

3 1

25 25
Total :-

75 25
100

* In ENG courses wherever the total exceeds 100, consider x best out of y components of CA, as explained in teacher's guide available on the UMS

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List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper)
Sr. No. Topic

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Cyclotron with its limitations D.C. motor Transformers Self induction and mutual induction Super-conductivity Dielectrics Faradays law and its applications Eddy Currents motor starter Lenz law-its limitations and applications Choke coil and its applications Gauss's Law and its applications Kirchoff's Laws Wheatstone Bridge Combination of resistors Magnetism and its types Hall effect and its applications in daily life

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Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)
Tutorial No. Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Tutorial 1

Electric Current and Current Density Drift Speed Ohms Law, Colour Code for Resistors Temperature dependence of Resistivity Thermistors Battery and EMF Energy transfer in electric circuit, Thermal energy produced in the resistor, Internal resistance of the battery Kirchoffs Laws Combination of Resistors in Series and Parallel Grouping of Batteries Wheatstone bridge Electric Charge Coulombs Law, Electric Field Electric Potential Relation between electric field and potential Electric dipole Torque on an electric Dipole placed in an electric field Potential energy of a dipole placed in a uniform electric field Gausss Law Applications of Gausss law Charged Conductor Electric Field due to uniformly Charged Sphere Electric field due to linear charge

Problem solving

Tutorial 2

Problem solving

Tutorial 3

Problem solving

Tutorial 4

Problem solving,Test

Tutorial 5

Problem solving

Tutorial 6

Problem solving

Tutorial 7

Problem solving,Test

After Mid-Term
Tutorial 8 Alternating Current, instantaneous and RMS current A.C. circuit containing resistance (R) only A.C. circuit containing capacitance (C) only A.C. circuit containing inductor (L) only Concept of combination circuits (RC, RL and LCR)-Series Concept of combination circuits (RC, RL and LCR)-Parallel Significance of RL, LC, RLC circuits (Band-Width, Resonance) LC oscillations Definition of Magnetic Field, Motion of Charged Particle in a uniform magnetic field Problem solving

Tutorial 9

Problem solving

Tutorial 10

Problem solving,Test

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Tutorial 11

Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor Biot Savart Law, Magnetic Field due to Current in a straight wire Magnetic Field due to Current in a Circular loop Faradays laws of induction, Lenzs law Self induction, Mutual Induction Energy Stored in an inductor Dielectric- Polar and Non- Polar dielectrics, Response of dielectric material to external electric field, Electric field due to polarization of dielectric Polarization vector, Dielectric constant

Problem solving

Tutorial 12

Problem solving,Test

Tutorial 13

Problem solving

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