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## COURSE OUTLINE

Kulliyyah

Centre for Foundation Studies

Department

Department of Physics

Programme

Biological Science, Medical, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Allied Health Sciences, Nursing, Physical Science, Engineering, Information and Communications Technology

Course Title

Physics I

Course Code

SHE 1215

Status

Core Course

Level

1

Student Learning Time

Lecture + preparation : 112 Laboratory + preparation : 28

Tutorial + preparation : 28 Quiz + preparation : 10

Examinations + preparation : 20 Total Hours : 198

Credit hours

5

Contact hours

6

Pre-requisites

NIL

Co-requisites

NIL

Instructor(s)

TBD

Semester offered

Semester I & Semester II

Course Synopsis

This course covers the foundations of physics which includes topics on physical quantities; vector operation; force and motion kinematics; work and energy; momentum and collision; angular motion; equilibrium and non-equilibrium; periodic motion; wave motion.

Course Objective

The objectives of this course are to:

1. provide a suitable foundation in the study of Physics at the higher education

2. develop the student’s communicative skill to present thoughts and ideas as related to this course in both descriptive and mathematical terms

3. develop the student’s analytical skill to draw conclusions, express patterns and relationships inferred from sets of scientific data.

4. provide hands-on experience in conducting experiments and handling of apparatus in the laboratory

Learning outcomes

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. describe in words and mathematical notation, one and two dimensional motion, rotational motion through the basic equations of kinematics

2. identify and determine , the cause of basic linear and rotational motions, by describing mathematically forces and torque, work and energy, impulse and momentum associated with particular objects and situations

3. apply principles in static and dynamic fluids

4. apply concepts related to simple harmonic motion and waves

5. analyze graphs related to linear motion, rotational motion, vibration and waves

6. interpret results from experiments carried out using appropriate techniques and devices

Instructional Strategies

Lecture, Quiz, Tutorial, Laboratory Experiment

Course Assessment

LO

METHOD

%

6

1-5

1-5

1-5

Lab Report and practical assessment

Quizzes

Mid-Semester Exam

End of Semester Examination

15

15

30

40

Total

100

Course Outlines / Contents

Week

Topics

1

Introduction: Physical Quantities and Vectors

• Basic quantities and SI units

• dimensions of physical quantities

• errors and significant figures

• Scalars and vectors.

Faughn

pp 5 – 11;

pp 54 - 60

2

Kinematics:Motion in One and Two Dimensions

• Displacement

• Velocity and acceleration

• Kinematics equation

Faughn

pp 24 – 45

3

• Free fall objects

• projectile motion

Lab 1:

• Experiment on the determination of g (9.81m/s2)

Faughn

pp 61-69

4

Force and Energy

• Types of forces

• Center of mass, Center of gravity

• Newton’s laws of motion

• Applications of Newton’s Second Law of motion

Faughn

pp 83-105

5

• Work

• Work – energy theorem

• Conservation of energy

• Power.

Faughn

pp 119-143

6

Impulse and momentum

• Impulse-momentum theorem

• The principle of conservation of momentum,

• Collisions

Lab 2:

• Experiment on impulse and momentum

Faughn

pp 161-177

7

Circular and Gravitation

• Angular quantities

• Centripetal acceleration

• Newton’s Law of Gravitation

• Gravitational Potential Energy

• Kepler’s Law

Faughn

pp 190-217

8

Rotational Motion

• Torque

• Equilibrium conditions

• Rotational kinetic energy and rotational work Angular momentum

Faughn

pp 228-253

9

Fluids

• Density and pressure

• Variation of pressure with depth

• Pressure measurements

• Pascal’s Principle

• Archimedes’s principle

Faughn

pp 276-288

10

• Ideal fluid

• Bernoulli’s equation

• Applications of fluid dynamics

Lab 3:

• Experiment on buoyant force

Faughn

pp 290-298

11

Vibration and Waves

• Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)

• Periodic waves

• Mathematical description of waves

• Damped oscillation and resonance

Lab 4:

• Experiment on Mass on a spring

Faughn

pp 425-442

12

• Properties of waves

• Speed of a wave

• Principles of linear superposition

• Reflections of waves

Lab 5:

• Experiment on waves on the string

Faughn
pp 443-450

13

Sound Waves

• Concepts of sound waves

• Speed of sound wave

• Doppler effect

Faughn

pp 459-472

14

• Interference of sound waves

• Transverse standing waves (stretched string)

• Longitudinal standing waves (air columns)

Faughn

pp 473-484

References

## Required:

Faughn, J. S. et al. (2008). Serway’s College Physics, 8TH ed, Thomson Brooks/Cole

Recommended:

Giancoli, D. C. (2006). Physics, Principles with Applications, 6th Edition, Pearson Prentice Hall.

John D. Cutnell, J. D., & Johnson, K. W. (2004). Physics, 6th Edition, Wiley International Edition.

Paul Peter Urone, P. P. (2001). College Physics, 2nd Edition, Brooks/Cole, Thomson Learning.

Wilson, J. D., & Buffa, A. J. (2001). College Physics, 5th. Edition, Prentice-Hall International (UK) Limited, London.

Course assessment matrix: SHE 1215
 SHE 1215: PHYSICS I PROGRAMME OUTCOME NO. COURSE LEARNING OUTCOME Outcome 1 Outcome 2 Outcome 3 Outcome 4 Outcome 5 Outcome 6 Outcome 7 1. Describe in words and mathematically, one and two dimensional motion, rotational motion through the basic equations of kinematics √ √ √ √ 2. Identify and determine , the cause of basic linear and rotational motions, by describing mathematically forces and torque, work and energy, impulse and momentum associated with particular objects and situations √ √ √ √ 3. Apply principles in static and dynamic fluids √ √ √ √ 4 Apply concepts related to simple harmonic motion and waves √ √ √ √ 5. Analyze graphs related to linear motion, rotational motion, vibration and waves √ √ √ √ 6. Interpret results from experiments carried out using appropriate techniques and devices √ √ √ √ √ √ √

Upon completion of the programme, students should be able to:

Outcome 1: demonstrate the use of concepts of sciences, mathematics, and computer technology so as to be well-prepared and competent to pursue studies in undergraduate programmes

Outcome 2: apply and demonstrate laboratory knowledge and skills to carry out scientific experiments and research

Outcome 3: demonstrate positive attitudes of mind and interpret scientific knowledge and advancement according to Islamic values

Outcome 4: demonstrate communicative skills to be able to express ideas and arguments critically

Outcome 5: function effectively and productively as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader as well as a team member

Outcome 6: identify, formulate and solve problems critically and creatively in sciences and mathematics

Outcome 7: use the necessary learning skills for personal, academic and social developments in acknowledgement of the need for life-long learning

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