## Applied Physics Tutorial III b(1.0 credits) | |||

Code | : | 12474 | |

Course Type | : | Basic Specialized Courses | |

Class Format | : | Exercise | |

Course Name | : | Fundamental and Applied Physics | |

Starts 1 | : | 2 Spring Semester | |

Elective/Compulsory | : | Compulsory | |

Lecturer | : | Faculty of Fundamental and Applied Physics |

•Course Purpose |

The purpose of these tutorials is to support the Electricity and Magnetism lecture course. This course offers a solid introduction to electrostatics and magnetostatics. It also introduces fundamental mathematical methods required to solve problems in physics, engineering and applied mathematics. |

•Prerequisite Subjects |

Electricity and Magnetism |

•Course Topics |

Students will be assigned problems on the following:
• Vector calculus, curvilinear coordinates, Dirac Delta Function. • Electrostatics. Coulomb's Law. Continuous Charge Distributions. Divergence and Curl of Electrostatic Fields. Field Lines, Flux, and Gauss's Law. Electric Potential. Poisson's Equation and Laplace's Equation. The Potential of a Localized Charge Distribution. Work and Energy in Electrostatics. Conductors. Induced Charges. Surface Charge and the Force on a Conductor. • Special Techniques. The Method of Images. Separation of Variables. • Electric Fields in Matter. Polarization. Dielectrics. The Electric Displacement. Linear Dielectrics. • Magnetostatics. The Lorentz Force Law. The Biot-Savart Law. The Divergence and Curl of B. Applications of Ampere's Law. Magnetic Vector Potential. • Magnetic Fields in Matter. Magnetization. Diamagnets, Paramagnets, Ferromagnets. The Auxiliary Field H. Magnetic Susceptibility and Permeability. • Introduction to Electrodynamics. Electromotive Force. Electromagnetic Induction. Faraday's Law. Energy in Magnetic Fields. Maxwell's Equations. |

•Textbook |

Griffiths, D.L., 2012, Introduction to electrodynamics, 4th ed., Prentice Hall. |

•Additional Reading |

Leighton, R.B. & Feynman, R.P., Feynman Lectures on Physics (Volume 2), Pearson. (Highly recommended alternative reading.) |

•Grade Assessment |

Students must submit assignments and obtain a score of 60/100 or higher to pass this tutorial course. |

•Notes |

•Contacting Faculty |

Students are encouraged to ask questions and discuss problems in this class. |

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