[vc_row el_class=”inner-body-content” css=”.vc_custom_1666601789781{padding-top: 30px !important;padding-bottom: 20px !important;}”][vc_column][vc_custom_heading text=”COURSE OBJECTIVES” use_theme_fonts=”yes” css=”.vc_custom_1666601799860{margin-top: 0px !important;}”][vc_column_text]This freshmen level course has been designed to provide an introduction to the ideas and concepts of Physics that would serve as a foundation for subsequent electronic engineering courses. The primary objective is to endow the knowledge of a wide variety of electromagnetic phenomena’s along with their scientific applications, specifically, in the field of electronic engineering. The course initiates with a short review of relevant mathematics, immediately followed by the basics of electricity at the atomic level. A majority of the course is then dedicated for electric and magnetic fields, forces, elements and their applications. Additionally, it also aims to provide introductory knowledge of wave theory and semi-conductor theory in conjunction with their applications. [/vc_column_text][vc_custom_heading text=”COURSE LEARNING OUTCOMES (CLO)” font_container=”tag:h3|text_align:left” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text]**CLO: 1.** Describe the way in which various concepts in electromagnetism come into play in particular situations. (Level: C1)

**CLO: 2.** Illustrate the electromagnetic phenomena and fields mathematically.(Level: C2)

**CLO: 3.** Interpret basic electric circuits used in science and engineering.(Level: C3)

**CLO: 4.** Examine the mechanical phenomena including straight line motion and simple harmonic motion along with their mathematical models.(Level: C4)

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**Vectors and Scalars- Two Lectures**- Introduction to vectors and scalars
- Addition of vectors
- Components of vectors
- Vectors and laws of physics
- Multiplying vectors

**Electric Charge- Two Lectures**- Introduction to electric charge
- Conductors and Insulators
- Coulomb’s Law
- Charge is quantized
- Charge is conserved

**Electric Fields- Six Lectures**- Introduction to Electric Field
- Electric field lines
- The electric field due to point charge
- The electric field due to electric dipole
- The electric field due to line of charge
- The electric field due to a charged disk
- A point charge in electric field
- A dipole in electric field

**Gauss’ Law-Two Lectures**- Introduction to Gauss’ law
- Flux
- Flux of an electric field
- Gauss’ Law and its applications
- Gauss’ law and Coulombs’ Law
- Applying Gauss’ law to Cylindrical Symmetry
- Applying Gauss’ law to Planner Symmetry
- Applying Gauss’ law to Spherical Symmetry

**Electric Potential-Four Lectures**- Introduction to electric potential
- Electric potential energy
- Electric potential
- Calculating the potential from the field
- Potential due to a point charge
- Potential due to group of charges
- Potential due to an electric dipole
- Potential due to continuous charge distribution

**Capacitance- Three Lectures**- Introduction to capacitance
- Calculating the capacitance
- Capacitors in parallel and series
- Energy stored in an electric field
- Capacitors with dielectric
- Dielectric and Gauss’ Law

**Current and Resistance- Two Lectures**- Introduction to electric current
- Current density
- Resistance and Resistivity
- Ohm’s Law
- Power in electric circuits
- Semiconductors and super conductors

**Circuits-Three Lectures**- Introduction to electric circuits
- Pumping charges
- Calculating the current in single loop circuit
- Work, energy and EMF
- Multi loop circuits
- The RC Circuits
- The ammeter and voltmeter

**Magnetic Fields- Four Lectures**- Introduction to magnetic fields
- What produce magnetic field
- The Hall effect
- A circulating charge particle
- Magnetic force on a current carrying wire
- Torque on a current loop

**Motion in 1-D, 2-D and 3-D-Two Lectures**- Position, velocity and acceleration
- Projectile motion
- Simple Harmonic Motion

**Newton’s Law and its applications-Two Lectures**- Newton’s Law
- Applying Newton’s law
- Friction
- Drag Force and terminal velocity

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