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Ternopil State Technical University


Physics II Spring 2009

Course Syllabus



Course Overview


Modern technology is based almost entirely on achievements of electrical engineering. These, in their turn, are the results of progress in our understanding of electrical and magnetic phenomena. The second part of the course of physics is devoted to the formation of an integral view on the present theories and developments of electricity and magnetism. To improve some practical skills and to illustrate important theoretical questions, parallel laboratory sessions will be arranged.


Course goals


By the end of the 2st semester every student will/should be familiar with basic electrical and magnetic phenomena and laws, principles of modern technological solutions, experimental technics, solving applied problems on electricity, electric current, magnetic phenomena and electromagnetic waves properties.


Recommended Textbooks:

“Fundamentals of Physics” by D.Halliday, R.Resnick and J.Walker.

“Light and Matter” by Benjamin Crowell, www.lightandmatter.com

“Calculus Based Physics” by Jeffrey W.Schnick, creativecommons.org


Course WebPage: http://www.tu.edu.te.ua/kafedra/physics/phys_PK2.htm


Course Structure


^ Мodule 1 – Electricity and electric current


Units

Academic hours*

Lectures


Laboratory

Independent

work

1

Electric field

3

4

12

2

Direct current laws

2

10

16

3

Magnetic field.

Magnetisation of matter.

4

6

9

^ Total (hrs):

9

20

37



Мodule 2 – Electromagnetism


Units

Academic hours

Lectures


Laboratory

Independent

work

1

Electromagnetic induction

3

8

16

2

Maxwell equations

2

2

10

3

Electromagnetic oscillations and waves

4

6

16

^ Total (hrs):

9

18

42



*Every lecture, class or laboratory work lasts 1 hour and 20 min what is equal to two academic hours


2 semester


Lectures - 18

Laboratory sessions - 38

Total workload (academic hours) - 56


Independent work - 79


2.1. Lectures





Topics

Hours

1.

Quantization of electric charge. Coulomb force. Electric field in a vacuum.

1

2.

Gauss’ law for electric field and its application for different charged objects

1

3.

Electric field in an insulator. Polarization vector. Dielectric permeability.

1

4.

Conductors in external electric field. Capacitance. Capacitors. Electric field energy density.

1

5.

Characteristics and conditions for existence of electric current. Direct current laws.

1

6.

Classical theory of conductance. Superconductivity.

1

7.

Electric current in gaseous media. Plasma.

1

8

Thermoelectric emission and thermoelectric phenomena.

1

9.

Magnetic interaction of currents. Ampere force. Magnetic field and its characteristics. Lorentz force.

1

10.

Magnetic field of current-carrying cunductor. Biot-Savart law and its application. Magnetic moment of current loop.

1

11.

Circumference of magnetic field. Field of a solenoid. Work at motion of current loop in magnetic field. Magnetic flux.

1

12.

Electromagnetic induction. Faraday’s law. Self-induction and mutual induction. Inductance. Magnetic field density.

2

13.

Magnetization of a matter. Magnetic materials. Magnetization vector. Magnetic permeability. Ferromagnets.

1

14.

Electromagnetic oscillations. Alternating current. Power in alternating-current circuits.

2

15.

Maxwell equations. Displacement currents.

1

16.

Electromagnetic waves and their properties. Poynting vector. The electromagnetic spectrum.

1


2.2. Laboratory sessions


1. Introductory session: safety measures, electrical measurements. Experimental techniques and electrical appliances. (4 hrs.)

2. Team work on demo-assignment. (2 hrs.)

3. Work on individual assignments and problem solving (32 hrs.)





Subject of laboratory experiment

Acronym

1.

Study of electric field by probe method.

Lab 31

2.

Determination of scale graduation mark and internal resistance of galvanometer

Lab 22

3.

Determination of resistance value by Weatstone bridge.

Lab 33

4.

Determination of a temperature coefficient of resistivity for metals.

Lab 34

5.

Determination of electro-moving force by compensation method.

Lab 35

6.

Determination of scale graduation mark for thermoelectric couple.

Lab 36

7.

Determination of resistivity for an electrolyte.

Lab 37

8.

Determination of capacitance by Sotti bridge method.

Lab 38

9.

Examination of Ohm’s law for alternating current

Lab 39

10.

Determination of the power in alternating current circuit and the phase angle between the current and the voltage.

Lab 40

11.

Study of the relaxation generation.

Lab42

12.

Determination of horyzontal component of the Earth’s magnetic field using Helmholtz coil.

Lab 44

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