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1 Course Title: Course Code: Applied Physics CSC 101 Credit Hours Theory: 3 Credit Hours Lab (If Applicable): Instructor Name with Qualification: Course Objectives: 1 Sadia Ashraf MS (Software Engineering) 1. Understanding of the fundamental concepts/laws in physics by explaining and discussing the physics as well as their relevance to everyday events and circumstances in a broad interdisciplinary context. 2. Demonstrate teamwork skills/ ability to collaborate by working in groups on a laboratory experiment 3. Reveal critical thinking/ analytical reasoning ability by setting up mathematical descriptions of physical systems and to calculate measurable quantities that provide an understanding of the physical environment in terms of the concepts listed in the course content. 4. Ability to apply knowledge/skills to real world settings Learning Outcomes: The students are able to apply principles and concepts to analyze problems within specific core areas, analyze and interpret quantitative results, to collect and appropriately analyze data working independently and in collaboration with others (experimentation, data collection, model-based computation, and literature research using basic and state-of-the-art technology), familiarity with current developments in physics. 1. Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics 1.1 Systems and states 1.2 Temperature and thermal equilibrium 1.3 The Zeroth Law Contents (Catalog Description): 2. Temperature 2.1 Ideal Gas Temperature & Absolute Temperature 2.2 Thermal Expansions 2.3 Laws of Thermodynamics 3. Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism 3.1 Electric charges and electric field 3.2 Coulomb s Law

2 3.3 Static electricity and its applications 3.4 Motion of charged particle through electric field 4. Electric Potential 4.1 Electric potential 4.2 Electric potential due to continuous charge distributions 4.3 Electric potential due to a charged conductor 4.4 Electric flux 4.5 Gauss s Law 4.6 Applications of Gauss s Law 5. Electromotive Force 5.1 Electric current 5.2 Electrical resistance 5.3 Capacitance and dielectric 6. Electric Dipole 6.1 Ohm s Law 6.2 KCL & KVL 7. Magnetic Field 7.1 Field of moving charges 7.2 Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor 7.3 Electromagnetic induction 8. Laws 8.1 Faraday s Law and Lenz s Law 8.2 Ampere s Law 9. Introduction to Engineering Mechanics 9.1 Mechanics of Coplanar and Non-Coplanar forces 9.2 Torque and Principles of Moments 9.3 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies in 2 and 3-dimensions 10. Kinematics 10.1 Kinematics and Kinetics of particles and rigid bodies in 2 and 3-dimensions Static and Kinetic friction 11. Gravity 11.1 Gravity & Gravitational Potential 11.2 Impulse 12. Momentum 12.1 Conservation of Linear Momentum 12.2 Collisions and Impacts 12.3 Angular momentum and its Conservation 13. Introduction to Modern Physics 13.1 Einstein s Photoelectric Effect Law

3 13.2 Planck s Black-body Radiation Law 14. Quantum Theory 14.1 Beginnings of Quantum Theory of Matter and Radiation 14.2 Atomic Structure of Atoms and Molecules 15. Quantum Mechanics 15.1 A brief introduction to the Principles of Quantum Mechanics 15.2 Quantum effects and Semi-conductors Recommended Text Books: Reference Books: Helping Web Sites: General Instructions for students: Halliday, Resnick and Krane, Physics, Volume 1 & 2. Young and Freedman, University Physics. None Attendance is mandatory. Every class is important. All deadlines are hard. Under normal circumstances late work will not be accepted. Students are required to take all the tests. No make up tests will be given under normal circumstances. Any form of cheating on exams/assignments/quizzes is subject to serious penalty. 75% attendance is mandatory. Latecomers will be marked as absent. Week # 1: Introduction to Engineering Thermodynamics Systems and states Temperature and thermal equilibrium The Zeroth Law Sixteen Week Lesson Plan Week # 2: Temperature Ideal Gas Temperature & Absolute Temperature Thermal Expansions Laws of Thermodynamics Week # 3: Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism Electric charges and electric field Coulomb s Law Static electricity and its applications Motion of charged particle through electric field Week # 4: Electric Potential Electric potential Electric potential due to continuous charge

4 distributions Electric potential due to a charged conductor Electric flux Gauss s Law Applications of Gauss s Law Week # 5: Electromotive Force Electric current Electrical resistance Capacitance and dielectric Week # 6: Electric Dipole Ohm s Law KCL & KVL Week # 7: Magnetic Field Field of moving charges Magnetic force on a current carrying conductor Electromagnetic induction Week # 8: Laws Faraday s Law and Lenz s Law Ampere s Law Week # 9 : Mids Week # 10: Introduction to Engineering Mechanics Mechanics of Coplanar and Non-Coplanar forces Torque and Principles of Moments Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies in 2 and 3-dimensions Week # 11: Kinematics Kinematics and Kinetics of particles and rigid bodies in 2 and 3-dimensions Static and Kinetic friction Week # 12: Gravity Gravity & Gravitational Potential Impulse Week # 13: Momentum Conservation of Linear Momentum Collisions and Impacts Angular momentum and its Conservation Week # 14: Introduction to Modern Physics Einstein s Photoelectric Effect Law Planck s Black-body Radiation Law

5 Week # 15: Quantum Theory Beginnings of Quantum Theory of Matter and Radiation Atomic Structure of Atoms and Molecules Week # 16: Quantum Mechanics A brief introduction to the Principles of Quantum Mechanics Quantum effects and Semi-conductors Week # 17: Practice problems + Revision Week # 18: Final Course Learning Outcomes mapping to Program Learning Objectives CONTRIBUTION OF COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES TO PROGRAMME LEARNING OUTCOMES SOFTWARE ENGINEERING SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT No. Program Outcomes Course Learning Outcomes 1 Engineering Knowledge 2 Problem analysis 3 Design/Development of solutions 4 Investigation 5 Modern tool usage 6 Engineer and society 7 Environment and sustainability 8 Ethics 9 Individual and Team work 10 Communication 11 Project Management 12 Lifelong learning

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