# Physics

• Construction & Building Engineering |

#### Description

The course covers the basics of the electric field- Motion of charged particles in a uniform electric field- Electric potential- Calculation of the electric potential difference from the electric field- Capacitors and Dielectric- Currents and Ohmâ€™s Law- Resistors in series and parallel- Kirchhoff`s rules-R.C circuit- Magnetic Force and Field- Sources of the magnetic field- Electromagnetic Induction- Mechanical Waves (Longitudinal wave- Transverse wave)- Physical properties of Sound Wave(Amplitude-Phase- Wavelength-period of a wave-Pitch-Frequency- Reflection-Refraction-and Diffraction of Sound Wave- Sound Propagation- Acoustic pressure, energy, and intensity - Interference of Light.

#### Program

Bachelor Degree in Construction and Building Engineering

#### Objectives

• Understand the essential background of electricity, magnetism, and light.
Make several experiments to make application on electricity, magnetism and light.
Write technical reports and results.
Understand the concepts of induction magnetic flux, and electric currents.
Realize sound concepts and understand its properties.

#### Textbook

John D. Cutnell, Kenneth W. Johnson, David Young, Shane Stadler, Introduction to Physics, Wiley.

#### Course Content

content serial Description
1Circular Motion
2Rotational Dynamics & Oscillatory motion.
3Temperature & thermometry.
4Kinetic theory of Gases, specific heat capacity and Latent heat,
5Heat Transfer
6Static Electricity.
77th Week Examination
8Electric field & potential, Capacitance and dielectric.
9Electric current, resistance and DC circuits, resistors in series and parallel, Kirchhoff’s rules, RC circuits
10Magnetism: Force & torque.
11The Hall Effect, Generation of magnetic field
1212th Week Examination
13Faraday’s law of electromagnetic induction and
14Lenz’s law.
15Revision
16Final Examination

#### Markets and Career

• Generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical power for public and private sectors to secure both continuous and emergency demands.
• Electrical power feeding for civil and military marine and aviation utilities.
• Electrical works in construction engineering.