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Course Name
Turkish Fizik II
English Physics II
Course Code
FIZ 102E Credit Lecture
Semester 1
3 3 - -
Course Language English
Course Coordinator Yaşar Yılmaz
Course Objectives 1. To learn the fundamental concepts and laws of electricity and magnetism,
2. To gain the ability of calculating electric and magnetic fields for some simple charge and current distributions,
3. To learn how electric charges are affected by electric and magnetic fields,
4. To understand the basic properties of electromagnetic waves using Maxwell’s equations.
Course Description This is an introductory level physics course on electricity, magnetism and electromagnetism. The main topics are: Coulomb’s law and electrical field, Gauss’s law, electrical potential, capacitance, electrostatic energy and properties of dielectrics, current and resistance, direct current circuits, magnetic field, sources of magnetic field, Faraday’s law, inductance, Maxwell’s equations and electromagnetic waves.
Course Outcomes Students completing this course will be able to:
I. Use Coulomb's law to calculate the electric force between charges.
II. Calculate the electric field due to a charge distribution.
III. Understand what is meant by electric flux, and how to calculate it.
IV. Use Gauss's law to calculate the electric field due to a symmetrical charge distribution.
V. Calculate the electric potential energy of a collection of charges.
VI. Calculate the electric potential that a collection of charges produces at a point in space.
VII. Use electric potential to calculate the electric field.
VIII. Understand the nature of capacitors, and how to calculate the capacitance that measures their ability to store charge.
IX. Analyze capacitors connected in a network.
X. Calculate the amount of energy stored in a capacitor.
XI. Understand what dielectrics are, and how they make capacitors more effective.
XII. Understand the meaning of electric current, and how charges move in a conductor.
XIII. Calculate the resistance of a conductor from its dimensions and its resistivity.
XIV. Analyze circuits with multiple resistors in series or parallel.
XV. Analyze circuits that include both resistors and capacitors.
XVI. Analyze the motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field.
XVII. Analyze magnetic forces on current-carrying conductors.
XVIII. Understand the nature of the magnetic field produced by a moving charged particle.
XIX. Describe the magnetic field produced by an element of a current-carrying conductor.
XX. Calculate the magnetic field produced by a long, straight, current-carrying wire.
XXI. Calculate the magnetic field produced by a current-carrying wire bent into a circle.
XXII. Use Ampere's law to calculate the magnetic field of symmetric current distributions.
XXIII. Understand how Faraday's law relates the induced emf in a loop to the change in magnetic flux through the loop.
XXIV. Calculate the emf induced in a conductor moving through a magnetic field.
XXV. Understand how a changing magnetic flux generates an electric field that is very different from that produced by an distribution of charges.
XXVI. Understand the four fundamental equations that completely describe both electricity and magnetism.
XXVII. Understand how a time-varying current in one coil can induce an emf in a second, unconnected coil.
XXVIII. Relate the induced emf in a circuit to the rate of change of current in the same circuit.
XXIX. Calculate the energy stored in a magnetic field.
XXX. Analyze circuits that include both a resistor and an inductor (coil).
XXXI. Understand why electrical oscillations occur in circuits that include both an inductor and a capacitor.
XXXII. Understand how the speed of light is related to the fundamental constants of electricity and magnetism.
XXXIII. Describe the propagation of a sinusoidal electromagnetic wave.
XXXIV. Determine the amount of power carried by an electromagnetic wave.
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