 ## EB122/BE122 – Engineering Physics 2

#### Course lecturer :

• Dr. Alaa Khalil
• Dr Moustafa Elkhatib
• Dr Ramy Moussa

#### Course assistant :

• Eng. Nehal Mohamed
• Eng. Faiza Elamrawy
• Eng. Abderahman Ahmed
• Eng. Yehia Mohamed
• Eng. Mohamed Saied
• Eng. Mahmoud Elabsy
• Eng. Asmaa Shaaban
• Eng. Abdelrahaman Magdy

#### Course objectives :

 §  Define electric charge (q) §  Understand the difference between conductors and insulators §  Define electric force (F) and use Coulomb’s law to calculate the electric force between charges (two or more point charges) §  Understand the meaning of quantized and conserved charge §  Know how to draw electric field lines and how to use them to interpret electric fields: point charge, dipole, three point charges, charged plate, etc §  Define charge density (λ,σ,ρ) §  Calculate the electric field due to a collection of charges: electric dipoles, line of charge, ring of charge, charged disk, infinite sheet of charge, etc §  Calculate the force on (acceleration of) a particle in an electric field §  Understand the concept of flux (ϕ)and calculate the flux of an electric field §  Define and understand the usefulness of Gauss’s law §  Use Gauss’s law and choose appropriate Gaussian surfaces to calculate the electric field due to symmetrical charge distributions §  Understand the difference between electric potential energy (U) and electric potential (V) §  Draw equipotential surfaces §  Calculate the work required to move a charge in an electric field o Use the electric potential to calculate the electric field §  Understand how a capacitor works §  Know how to relate charge on a capacitor to the potential of a capacitor §  Define and calculate capacitance (C) for: a parallel plate capacitor, a spherical capacitor, cylindrical capacitor, etc §  Calculate the amount of energy stored in a capacitor §  Understand dielectrics, dielectric breakdown, and how dielectrics make capacitors more effective §  describe the magnetic force that acts on a charge q moving in a magnetic field and the force exerted on a straight conductor carries a current and the torque  on a current loop placed in a uniform magnetic field. §  Understand basics of production, transport and distribution of electric energy §  Know the nature of light ,measurements of the speed of light, the ray approximation in geometric optics, reflection, refraction. §  Understand light propagation and interaction with obstacles “lighting of buildings” §  Know sources and sensors for optical fibers and its applications in communication.

#### Course description :

 Week Topics 1 Lect.1 (Electric Charges and Columb’s law) 2 Lect.2 (Electric Field of Continuous Charge and Gauss’s Law) 3 Lect.3 ( Electric Potential & Electric Energy) 4 Lect.4 (Capcitor & Dielectrics) 5 Lect.5 (Current, Resistance and electromotive force) 6 Lect.6 (Direct current circuits & RC circuits) 7 Lect.7 (Magnetic Field & sources) 8 Midterm Exams 9 Lect.9 (Magnetic Flux & Farady’s Law) 10 Lect.10 (Production, transport and distribution of electric energy) 11 Lect.11 (Electromagnetic Waves & Geometrical optics) 12 Lect.12 (Light propagation and interaction with obstacles “lighting of buildings”) 13 Lect.13 (Optical Fibers) 14 Lect.14 (sources and sensors for optical fibers and its applications in communication)

#### Course assessment :

 Assessment methods Grade % Class works including drop quizzes, solving assignment problems, reports and prototype projects 20 Laboratory work and Practical Examination 10 Mid Term Written Exam 20 Final Written Exam 50

#### Recommended text books :

PHYSICS for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, 7th ed. Raymond A. Serway, John W. Jewett, Jr.

#### Recommended refrences :

• Physics for Scientists & Engineers with Modern Physics, Volume 3; Douglas C. Giancoli – 2009, Pearson Prentice Hall.
• Fundamentals of Physics Extended, 10th Edition; David Halliday, Robert Resnick, Jearl Walke. WILEY
• University physics with modern physics Wolfgang Bauer Gary D. Westfall