Physics 0175
Lecture 21 (February 26, 2014)
The Magnetic Field
Magnetic Field Lines
Force on a Charged Particle Moving
in a Magnetic Field
Uniform Magnetic Field:
Uniform Circular or Helical Motion
Motion of a Charged Particle in Electric
and Magnetic Fie
Syllabus for PHYS 0175
Basic Physics for Science and Engineering 2
Fall 2014
Course Information
CRN
Location
Lecture
Text
11602
Alumni Hall 343
Monday and Friday 9:00 9:50am, Wednesday 8:00 9:50am
Fundamentals of Physics, 9th Custom Edition by Halliday, R
5/30/2014
Chapter 22 Electric Fields
Goals
Understand the concept of the electric field.
The Electric Field
Electric Field Lines
The Electric Field Due to a Point Charge
The Electric Field Due to an Electric Dipole
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The Electric
5/30/2014
Chapter 24 Electric Potential
Goals
The electric potential is simply the potential energy per unit charge (V).
It tells you the potential energy that a charge would have if it were placed
into an electric field.
Understand the concepts of electr
5/30/2014
Chapter 23 Gausss Law
Goals
Gausss Law is a method for finding the electric field for a distribution of
charge. In principle it can be used to find the electric field for any charge
distribution, but analytic solutions are only possible for a fe
6/3/2014
Chapter 25 Capacitance
Goals
Understand the concept of capacitance.
A capacitor is a device that can store energy by separating and holding
equal and opposite charges. When we talk about the charge on a
capacitor we mean the positive charge, beca
5/30/2014
Chapter 21 Coulombs Law
Goals
Understand the concept of electric charge.
Charge may be positive or negative
Charge is quantized
Charge is conserved
Electric Charge
Charge is Quantized
Charge is Conserved
Learn how to apply Coulombs Law to calcul
Exam Notes
Show all of your work to receive full credit You do not need to write each and
every algebraic step, but you do need to show enough of your derivation to make
it clear how you solved the problem.
The burden of proof is on you The purpose of the
6/4/2014
Chapter 26 Current and Resistance
Goals
Understand the concepts of current and current density.
Up to this point, we have looked at conductors that have reached
equilibrium so that the charges are not moving and the Efield inside the
conductor i
6/10/2014
Chapter 27 Circuits
Goals
Work, Energy and EMF
Understand the concepts of work, energy and electromotive force
in simple circuits.
SingleLoop Circuits (Kirchhoffs Loop Rule)
Learn to apply Kirchhoffs rules to circuits with resistor networks.
Po
7/17/2014
Chapter 31
Electromagnetic Oscillations
and Alternating Current
Goals
Learn about energy conservation in LC oscillations.
Learn about damped oscillations in RLC circuits.
Examine the phase of oscillation for the resistor, inductor and
capacitor
7/2/2014
Chapter 30
INDUCTION AND INDUCTANCE
Goals
Learn about and apply Faradays Law and Lenzs Law.
Understand how mechanical energy may be converted to electrical
energy.
Faradays Law of Induction and Lenzs Law
Induction and Energy Transfers
Induced Ele
7/30/2014
Chapter 32
Maxwells Equations: Magnetism of Matter
Goals
Learn about the magnetic flux through a closed surface.
Gausss Law for Magnetic Fields
Learn about magnetic fields induced by changing electric flux.
Induced Magnetic Fields
Learn about th
PHYS 0175
Formula Sheet
Useful Information:
Gravitational acceleration g = 9.80 m/s2
Speed of light c 3.0 10 8 m/s
Electron charge e 1.602 10 19 C Electron mass me 9.109 1031 kg
Coulombs constant k 1
8.99 109 N m 2 / C2
4 0
Permittivity of free space 0 8
Physics 0175
Lecture 34 (April 7, 2014)
Electromagnetic Waves
Monochromatic Plane Electromagnetic Wave
Energy Density
Poynting Vector
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail: dursobr@pitt.e
Physics 0175
Lecture 23 (March 3, 2014)
Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire
Torque on a Current Loop
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail: dursobr@pitt.edu
218 Allen Hall
4126242
Physics 0175
Lecture 22 (February 28, 2014)
Motion of a Charged Particle in Electric
and Magnetic Fields
Hall Effect
Magnetic Force on a Current Carrying Wire
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUr
Physics 0175
Lecture 24 (March 5, 2014)
Torque on a Current Loop
Magnetostatics:
Magnetic Field Due to a Steady Current:
BiotSavart Law
Magnetic Field for a Long Straight Current
Carrying Wire
Examples
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2
Physics 0175
Lecture 25 (March 7, 2014)
Magnetostatics:
Magnetic Field Due to a Steady Current:
BiotSavart Law
Examples
Forces between Two Parallel Current Carrying
Wires
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof.
Physics 0175
Lecture 26 (March 17, 2014)
Amperes Law and Applications
Long Solenoid
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail: dursobr@pitt.edu
218 Allen Hall
4126242756
Office Hours: Frida
Physics 0175
Lecture 28 (March 21, 2014)
Motional emf
Eddy Currents
Induced Electric Field
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail: dursobr@pitt.edu
218 Allen Hall
4126242756
Office Hours
Physics 0175
Lecture 27 (March 19, 2014)
Amperes Law applied to a Toroid
Current Loop as a Magnetic Dipole
Faradays Law of Induction
Lenzs Law
Motional emf
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
Physics 0175
Lecture 29 (March 24, 2014)
Induced Electric Field
Self Inductance
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail: dursobr@pitt.edu
218 Allen Hall
4126242756
Office Hours: Fridays,
Physics 0175
Lecture 30 (March 26, 2014)
SelfInductance
Inductors in Series or in Parallel
Inductors in Circuits
RL Circuit
Energy Storage by an Inductor
Energy Density of a Magnetic Field
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hour
Physics 0175
Lecture 31 (March 31, 2014)
SelfInductance
Mutual Inductance
LC Circuit
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail: dursobr@pitt.edu
218 Allen Hall
4126242756
Office Hours: Fri
Physics 0175
Lecture 32 (April 2, 2014)
LC Circuit
Series LRC Circuit, Damped Oscillations
and Resonance
Transformer
Gausss Law for Magnetic Fields
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail:
Physics 0175
Lecture 33 (April 4, 2014)
Displacement Current
Induced Magnetic Field
Maxwells Equations
Electromagnetic Waves
1
Where to Go for Help
1. Your Recitation Section.
2. Office Hours:
Lecturer:
Prof. Brian R. DUrso
EMail: dursobr@pitt.edu
218 Al
8/12/2014
Chapter 33
Electromagnetic Waves
Goals
Learn how to derive the wave equation from Maxwells equations
in differential form.
The Traveling EM Wave, Quantitatively
Energy Transport and the Poynting Vector
Maxwells Rainbow
Radiation Pressure
Polariz
Practice Exam
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Practice Exam 1
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Physics 2 Equation Sheet Exam 2
Chapter 25: Capacitance
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Parallel Plate Capacitor:
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Spherical Capacitor (w/ concent
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Introduction to Physics 2
PHYS 0111, section 10531, Spring 2017 (2174)
Meeting times: Mon/Wed/Fri 12:0012:50 pm
Lecture hall: 343 Alumni Hall
Instructor: Dr. Matteo Broccio
Office: 217 Allen Hall
Office hours: Thursdays 3:004:00 pm, or by email appointme