EP105 Engineering Physics.pdf

# Midterm exam will be conducted in week 7 8 of the

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Midterm exam : Will be conducted in week 7-8 of the semester (week 4 in short semester). Consists of approximately 3 main questions for a total of 1 hour. Test : Will be conducted in week 12-13 of the semester (week 7 in short semester). Consists of approximately 3 main questions for a total of 1 hour.

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Rev December 2016 2 Quiz: Consists of short-answer questions, to be completed during random class for random chapters. Final Exam : Consists of 5 questions of 3 hours duration. 50% ruling: Applicable Supplementary exam: Applicable (on the final exam only) Mapping of the course to Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) Course Learning Outcomes Programme Objectives PEO 1 PEO 2 PEO 3 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 Mapping of the course to the Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO) Course Learning Outcomes Programme Learning Outcomes (PLO) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CLO 1 CLO 2 CLO 3 CLO 4 CLO 5 Assessment/CLO Matrix Assessment CLO1 CLO2 CLO3 CLO4 CLO5 1. Mid-Term exam 2. Test 3. Quiz 4. Final Exam Content outline of the course and the SLT per topic Topic/Content Face to Face Independent Learning TLT L T P O L T P O 1. VECTORS & THE LAWS OF MOTION 1.1 Significant Digits; Force Vectors Scalars and vectors, vector operations; Cartesian vectors; Position vectors; Dot product; Application of vectors in 2-D & 3-D systems. 1.2 Equilibrium of a body, Mass and weight; Friction forces; Newton’s Laws; Inertia; Application of Newton’s laws. 11 - - - 22 - - - 33 2. STATICS EQUILIBRIUM FOR PARTICLES & RIGID BODY 2.1 Rigid Bodies FBD, Moment about a point; 9 - - - 18 - - - 27
Rev December 2016 3 Moment about a specific axis; Reduction of a force and couple system; Reduction of a simple distributed loading. 2.2 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies Equations of equilibrium; 2D and 3D analysis; Moments of inertia. 2.3 General simple machines; Mechanical Advantage, Ideal Mechanical Advantage; Lever, Pulley & Inclined Plane simple machines and its applications. 3. DYNAMICS FOR PARTICLES & RIGID BODY 3.1 Kinetics of a Particle Basic equation of motion, Free body diagrams; Linear motions (horizontal & vertical); Projectile Motion.
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