Chapter%2017_%20Electric%20Charge%20and%20Electric%20Field - General Physics II Electromagnetism 1 General Physics II Electricity Magnetism I Course

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1 General Physics II Electromagnetism
2 General Physics II: Electricity & Magnetism I. Course Objective This course gives an introduction to the electromagnetism. The objective of this course is to develop a deeper understanding of electromagnetism fields and techniques used to solve engineering problems in electromagnetism. II. Course Description This course will cover: Coulomb's law, the electrostatic field, Gauss s Law, the electrostatic potential, capacitance and dielectrics, electric current, resistance and electromotive force, direct current circuits, magnetic field and magnetic forces, sources of magnetic fields, Ampere's Law, Faraday's Law, induction and Maxwell's equations.
ASD ADPoly 3 III. Course Objectives By the end of this course, students should be able to: 1.Describe the properties of electric charge, conductors and insulators, charge conservation and quantization. 2. Perform calculations on Coulomb’s law, electric fields, electric forces and Gauss’s law. 3. Demonstrate a well knowledge of the electric potential, equipotential surfaces, capacitors and types of capacitors. 4. Perform calculations on electric potential, capacitors and series/parallel capacitors in circuits. 5. Calculate current, potentials, resistances, and electromotive forces for simple circuits. 6.Describe the magnetic fields, forces, and potentials involved in the interaction of point charges and of currents. 7. Apply Faraday's Law, Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's rules and Lenz's Law to solve problems in electromagnetism.
4 Course Topics Textbook: the class notes beside the following textbooks: 2. College Physics , Sears, Zemansky and Young Electric Charge and Electric Field: Properties of electric charge, Forces between electric charges and Coulomb’s law, Definition of electric field, Calculation of electric fields, Motion of a charged particle in an electric field, Electric flux, Applications of Gauss’s Law. Electric Potential and Capacitance: Electrical potential energy, Calculation of electric potential, Calculation of capacitance, Analysis of effects of dielectrics in capacitors. Current, Resistance, and Dielectric Current Circuits: Examination of current, current density, resistance and resistivity, Interpretation of Ohm’s law, Analysis of electric networks via Kirchhof’s rules.
5 Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces: Motion point charges under crossed electric and magnetic fields, Biot-Savart Law and its use for calculation of magnetic fields, Ampere’s Law and applications. Electromagnetic Induction: Use of Faraday’s Law and Lenz’s Law in calculating induced emf’s and currents, Motional emf, Mutual inductance, self-inductance and inductors.
6 GRADING POLICY Your grade will be judged on your performance in Home work, Quizzes, tow tests and the Lab. Points will be allocated to each of these in the following manner: GRADING SCALE: Weight Grade Component 20 Assignments 10 Quizzes 20 Laboratory Reports 20 Midterm Exam 30 Final Exam 100 Total
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8 Introduction Knowledge of electricity dates back to Greek antiquity (700 BC).

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