College Physics II Syllabus

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College Physics II Syllabus

Course title                  College Physics II          

Major          Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering,

Software Engineering          

Course type                    Compulsory                 

Semester                           2                       

Credit/Hour                       3/54                    

    

  1. Course Objectives

Through this course, enable students mastering the basic principles, concepts, theorems, and laws that govern the electromagnetisms. The abilities should also be developed in applying these principles, concepts, theorems, and laws to solve various related basic problems. In detail

  1. Master the concepts of electric charge, and electric field; able to use Gauss’ Law to calculate electric fields.

  2. Master the concept of electric potential; able to calculate electric potential based on the relationship between electric field and the electric potential.

  3. Master the concepts of capacitance, current, resistance, and EMF. Able to use Kirchhoff’s loop rule, resistance rule, and the EMF rule to solve problems of DC circuits when components (resistors or capacitors) are connected in parallel or series.

  4. Master the concepts of magnetic field and magnetic force. Able to determine the direction of magnetic force by using the right-hand rule and meanwhile also able to calculate its magnitude, either on a moving particle of a segment of current-carrying wire.

  5. Get knowledge of the Biot-Savart law and some particular magnetic fields calculated by using it, mainly including the magnetic field due to a current in a long straight wire and the magnetic field due to a current in a circular arc of wire. Master the force between two parallel currents and the Ampere’s law.

  6. Get knowledge of the Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law.

  7. Course Objectives and Teaching Contents Relate to the Teaching Links

No.

Course   Objectives

Teaching   contents

Teaching links

Classroom teaching

Assignment

Discussion

Experiment

Computer Practice

1

Objectives (1) and (2)

Electric fields

 

 

 

2

Objective (3)

DC circuits

 

 

 

3

Objectives (4) and (5)

Magnetic field

 

 

 

 

4

Objective (6)

Induction and inductance

 

 

 

 

  1. Classroom Teaching Contents

  2. Electric field: support course objectives (1) and (2)

    Charge; Coulomb’s law; Eelectrostatic force; Electric field; Elementary charge; Conservation of charge; Electric field lines; Electric dipole; Gauss’ law; Electric potential energy; Electric potential; Electric flux; Gauss’ law.

  3. DC circuit: support course objectives (3)

    Capacitor and capacitance; Equivalent capacitor; Capacitors in parallel; Capacitors in series; Energy stored in an electric field; Energy density; Electric displacement; Current; Resistor and resistance; Ohm’s law; Power in electric circuits; emf; Internal resistance; Kirchhoff’s loop rule; Resistance rule; emf rule; Kirchhoff’s junction rule; RC circuits.        

  4. Magnetic field: support course objectives (4) and (5)

    Magnetic field; Magnetic force; Right-hand rule; Magnetic field line; North/south pole; Magnetic dipole; Crossed fields; Hall effect; Cyclotron; Proton Synchrotron; Magnetic force on a current-carrying wire; Magnetic dipole moment; Law of Biot and Savart; Magnetic field due to a current in a long straight wire; Magnetic field due to a current in a circular arc of wire; Force between two parallel currents; Ampere’s law; Amperian loop; Solenoid; Toroid.      

  5. Induction and inductance: support course objectives (6)

    Induction; Faraday’s law; Magnetic flux; Lenz’s law; Induced electric field; Inductor and inductance.     

 

  1. Teaching Arrangements

This course contains mainly theoretical aspects. The teaching is mainly around the basic concepts, theorems, and laws of electromagnetism.

Teaching hours:

 

 

No.

Teaching content

Classroom teaching

Discussion

Experiment

Computer Practice

Total

1

Electric fields

18

 

 

 

18

2

DC circuits

10

 

 

 

10

3

Magnetic field

 

18

 

 

 

18

4

Induction and inductance

 

4

 

 

 

4

5

Final review

2

 

 

 

2

Total

54

 

 

 

54

  1. Teaching Methods

  2. During classroom teaching, the way combining both multimedia and blackboard-writing is recommended, especially with the applications of basic laws or formula derivations. Appropriate blackboard-writing is helpful to slow down the pace in teaching, facilitating the students’ understand and digestion.

  3. Fully take advantage of the real-time merit of internet communication to question-answer and tutor, for improving the teaching efficiency.

  4. Pay enough attention to the interaction between teaching and learning. Various approaches can be adopted to get knowledge of the students’ learning effectiveness, including after-class assignment, assignment-feedback, unscheduled class exercises, etc.

  5. Course Assessment and Grade Evaluation

The main purpose of course assessment is to check the students’ achievement of the course-objectives. The important part will be the assessment on how the teaching content is mastered by the students. Course grade include four parts: attendance, assignment, mid-term exam, and final exam. The details are as follows,

 

Part

Points

Evaluation details

Attendance

20

According to the attending   times and class performance

Assignment

20

According to the assignment submitting   times and completeness

Mid-term exam

20

Mainly check the contents in   the first starting three chapters, i.e., Electric fields and DC circuits

Final exam

40

Check all the required contents, i.e., Electric   fields, DC circuits, Magnetic field, and Induction and inductance

  1. Textbook and Main References

Textbook:

David Halliday, Robert Resinick and Jearl Walker原著, 李学潜和方哲宇改编,Fundamentals of Physics (7th Edition), 高等教育出版社

Main References

R. Douglas Gregory, Classical Mechanics, 1st Edition, ISBN-13: 978-0521534093, ISBN-10: 0521534097

Enrico Fermi, Thermodynamics, New Ed Edition, ISBN-13: 978-0486603612, ISBN-10: 048660361X

Edward M. Purcell and David J. Morin, Electrictiy and Magnetism, 3rd Edition, ISBN-13: 978-1107014022, ISBN-10: 1107014026

马文蔚,周雨青《物理学》6  高教出版社

程守洙等《大学物理学》(第五版)高等教育出版社 2002

马文尉等《普通物理学》(第四版)高等教育出版社1999

张三慧等《大学物理学》(第二版)清华大学出版社1999


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