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PHYS 101 General Physics (I) (3+1)
Reflection and refraction of light, lenses, optical instruments, wave theory of height, interference, diffraction and polarization of light. Electrostatics, electric current and DC circuits, electromagnetism and AC circuits, electrical instruments. Introduction to quantum theory, atomic spectra, X-rays, properties of nuclei, radioactivity.
HYS 102 General Physics (II) (3+1)
Vectors, Motion in straight line, Newtons Laws of motion, work, energy and momentum, simple harmonic motion, elasticity, mechanics of non-viscous fluids, flow of viscous fluids, surface tension, temperature, quantity of heat, work and heat.
PHYS 103 General Physics for Engineering and Computer Science (3+1)
Introduction (Vectors)
Motion in one dimension with constant acceleration
Motion in two dimension with application to projectile motion and circular motion
Newtons Laws of Motion
Work and Energy
Potential Energy and conservation of Energy
Linear Momentum and Collisions
Rotation of rigid object about a fix axis
PHYS 104 General Physics (II) for Engineering (3+1)
Electricity and Magnetism: Coulombs law, electric fields, Gauss Law, electric potential, potential energy, capacitance and dielectric, currents and resistance, electrical energy and power, direct current circuits, Kirchhoffs rules, magnetic fields, motion of charged particle in a magnetic field, sources of the magnetic field, Amperes law, Faradays law of induction, self inductance, energy in a magnetic field, mutual inductance, alternating current circuits, the RLC series circuit, power in an A.C. circuit, resonance in RLC services circuit.
PHYS 105 General Physics for Architecture Engineering Students (2+1)
Mechanics: Scalars and vectors, speed, velocity and acceleration, free fall, motion in a vertical plane, Newtons laws of motion.
Properties of matter: Density, elasticity, Youngs modulus, shear and bulk modulli, Fluid pressure, fluid flow.
Wave motion and sound: Waves, resonance, sound, interference of waves, sound intensity.
Light: Reflection, refraction, elimination, image formation, the lens equation, magnification, the telescope, spherical mirrors.
Heat: Temperature, Thermal Expansion, Boyles and Charles Laws, Ideal gas law, Internal energy and heat, Specific heat capacity, Heat Conduction, Convection and radiation.
Electricity: Couloumbs Law, electric field, potential difference, electric current, Ohms law, determining wire size, electric power, resistors in series and parallel, ammeters, voltmeters and ohmmeters, A.C. circuits.
PHYS 106 Physics for Health Science Students (3+1)
Pre-requisite: None
Specific Course Objectives: This course is designed for students in Health Science to enable them to appreciate the basic concepts of physics which are relevant to their further studies.
Mechanics:
Basic Principles of Mechanics: Units & dimensions, vector analysis, velocity & acceleration, forces, Newtons law of motion, gravity, work, energy, power.
Properties of Fluids (liquids): Continuity equation, pressure, flow of ideal liquid, Bernolli's equation, Blood pressure measurements, simple medical applications.
Basic Electricity and Magnetism:
Coulombs law, electric field, electric potential, capacitance, steady electric currents, Ohms law, Kirchhof's reules.
Optics (6 hours):
Nature of light, reflection and refraction of light, mirroes and lenses, human eye, simple optical instruments, simple medical applications.
Modern Physics (Atomic & Nuclear Physics):
Electromagnetic spectrum, photon, wave properties of matter, atomic structure, Bohr atom and atomic spectra, X-rays, Nuclear radiation, interaction of radiation with matter, radiation units, nuclear hazards, medical applications.
PHYS 201 Mathematical Physics (I) (3 credit hours)
Matrices, determinants, linear equations, Tensors, Application to rigid body dynamics and eigenvalue problems. Vector fields. Applications to electrostatics and magnetostatics. Curvilinear co-ordinates.
PHYS 209 Biophysics (3 credit hours)
Animal mechanics, properties of fluids, heat and heat flow in biological systems, nature of sound and sound intensity, applications on sound hearing, echolocation, use of ultrasound in medicine, nature of light, applications on image formation, resolution of eye, mechanism of vision, colour vision, biological effects of UV and visible radiation, radiation biophysics, radiation dose and its measurement, RBE multitarget theory, laser in medicine.
PHYS 212 Classical Mechanics (3 credit hours)
Motion in one and two dimensions, Projectiles, Circular Motion, Friction, Applications, Linear and Angular Momentum, Equilibrium, Rigid body Dynamics, Moment of Inertia, Gravitation, Elastic and Inelastic Collisions, Simple Harmonic Motion.
PHYS 221 Electromagnetism (3 credit hours)
Electrostatics, Gauss Law and its application, Capacitors, The magnetic field of conductors with different shapes, Amperes law and its applications. Induced electromotive force, Faradays law. Lenzs law, magnetic properties of matter, analysis of AC circuits, resonance in series and parallel circuits.
Phys 232 Wave Phenomena (I) (2 credit hours)
Periodic motion, The super position of periodic motion, Free vibrations, Damped Vibrations, Forced Vibrations, Forced vibrations in strings, Longitudinal motion in bars, Fouries analysis.
PHYS 233 Wave Phenomena (II) (3 credit hours)
Wave theory of light, Interference, Diffraction and Polarization of light.
PHYS 241 Thermal Physics (3 credit hours)
Thermal equilibrium and Zeroth Law Reversible and irreversible processes State equations Work in hydrostatic and other simple systems First Law of thermodynamics and its applications Heat capacity Transfer of heat Second Law of thermodynamics Entropy concept. Third Law of thermodynamics Thermodynamic relations Maxwell relations Open systems and Chemical potential.
PHYS 291 Wave Phenomena Laboratory (2 credit hours)
Youngs double slit experiment, Diffraction grating, Prism Spectrometer, determination of refractive index, Newtons rings, Refractometer. (Abbes) study of polarization of light. Fresnel biprism experiment, Verification of the inverse square law for light radiation and determination of the absorption coefficient of light in glass using a photocell. Melds experiment, Loyeds Mirror.
PHYS 292 Electromagnetism Laboratory (2 credit hours)
Michelson experiment, Resonance in RCL services circuits, Full wave rectification, Determination of magnetic field intensity using the search coil, Determination of the charge to mass ratio for the electron (e/m), Determination of dielectric constant using RCL resonance circuit, Hall effect, Transformers.
PHYS 302 Mathematical Physics (II) (3 credit hours)
Complex variables, analytic functions. Applications in physical optics, electricity, Complex-plane integration, residue theorem. Gamma and Beta functions.
PHYS 313 Classical Mechanics (II) (3 credit hours)
Principles of Analytical Mechanics. Lagrange Formulation Applications Hamiltonian Formulation Physical Significance of the Hamiltonian PHYS Hamilton equations Applications Charged particle in an electromagnetic field Applications.
PHYS 323 Electromagnetism (II) (3 credit hours)
Review of vector analysis, differential and integral calculus, Electrostatics, electrostatic field and potential, work and energy, Poissons & Laplaces equations. Electrostatic field in matter. Magnetostatics, steady current, Ohms Law & the equation of continuity, Production of magnetic field, Amperes Law. Electrodynamics Faradays Law, Lenzs Law. Maxwells equation with their applications.
PHYS 324 Electronics (3 credit hours)
Semiconductors, the p-n junction, the bipolar transistor, the field effect transistor, Analysis of amplifier operation, feedback.
PHYS 325 Applied Electronics (3 credit hours)
Transistor equivalent circuits, Semiconductor devices, analysis of feedback and oscillators, operational amplifiers and applications, modulation and detection, integrated circuits.
PHYS 335 Laser Physics & its Application (3 credit hours)
Introduction to Laser, Resonators, Transient Laser Behaviour, Properties of Laser beams. Types of Laser., Application of Laser.
PHYS 342 Statistical Physics (I) (3 credit hours)
First and Second Laws, General formulation of the second law, heat capacity of solids, the perfect classical gas, the perfect quintal gas, systems of variable particle numbers.
PHYS 353 Modern Physics (I) (3 credit hours)
The special theory of relativity. The particle like properties of electromagnetic radiation. The wavelike properties of particles. The Schrodinger equation. The Rutherford-Bohr model of the atoms. The hydrogen atom in wave mechanics.
PHYS 354 Modern Physics (II) (3 credit hours)
Structure and spectra of many-electron atoms. Structure and spectra of molecules. The structural properties of solids. Band theory and its applications. Structure of the nucleus. Decay of the nucleus.
PHYS 381 Radiation Physics (3 credit hours)
Definitions of radiation quantities and doses and their units, instruments for measuring personal doses, radiation monitoring and radioactive contamination, biological effects of radiation, external and internal radiation exposure, radiation protection and shielding, recommendations of IAEC, protection against different radiation sources, decontamination, radioactive waste management.
PHYS 393 Modern Physics Laboratory (2 credit hours)
Fabry-Perot interferometer, Laser Diffraction in Ultrasonic phase grating. Electro-optic Kerr-Effect, Magneto-optic Faraday Effect. Measurement of Line Spectra using Spectrograph. Rydberg Constant measurement. Determination of Plancks constant, Michelson interferometer. Zeeman Effect. Franck-Hertz experiment. Study X-ray spectrum. Characteristics of Microwaves. Waveform analysis and synthesis.
PHYS 403 Mathematical Physics (3 credit hours)
Special functions (Legendre, Hermite, Laguerre), Fourier series. Fourier and Laplace transforms. Vibrating systems. Wave equations. Schroedinger equation.
Phys 404 (Mathematical Physics (iv) (3+0)
PHYS 454 Quantum Mechanics (I) (3 credit hours)
Spin. Addition of Angular Momenta. Identical Particles. Time-independent Perturbation Theory. Helium Atom. Schrodinger equation. Hydrogen Atom.
PHYS 471 Solid State Physics (I) (3 credit hours)
Crystal Structure, Reciprocal lattice and Brilouin zones, Bonds in Crystals, Free electron theory, Band theory, Phonons and lattice vibrations, Thermal properties of insulators.
PHYS 474 Metallurgy (3 credit hours)
States of matter (liquid, crystalline & vitreous); Crystal structure of metals; Metallography (reflecting optical microscope, transmission electron microscope) specimen preparations; Mechanical testing (hardness & tensile test); Defects in crystals (point defects and dislocations); Diffusion in solids; (Phase transformation and Phase diagrams) Strengthening mechanisms (alloying, cold work, precipitation and fiber strengthening); Heat treatment of steel & TTT curves.
PHYS 475 Solar Energy Conversion (3 credit hours)
Solar radiation, solar energy conversion, solid-state energy conversion, the solar cell, photo-thermal conversion.
PHYS 481 (Nuclear Physics-I) (3+0)
Interactions of nuclear radiation with matter. Nuclear reactions; conservation laws, cross sections. Compound-nucleus reactions, direct reactions, fission. Nuclear Models.
PHYS 487 Neutron & Reactor Physics (3 credit hours)
Properties of neutrons. Neutron sources. Microscopic and Macroscopic Cross-Sections. Elastic and inelastic interactions. Absorption and Fission reactions. BF3 detectors Energy release from fission. Neutron yield. Energy distribution among fission neutrons and fragments. Reproduction Constant. Neutron balance. Resonance Escape probability, Criticality problem for homogeneous media, Mechanism of energy loss by scattering collisions, Scattering law, Average logarithmic decrement, Moderating ratio, Lethargy, Slowing down equation for homogeneous mixtures, Neutron current density, Diffusion equation, Elementary solution of diffusion equation, Measurement of diffusion length, Albedo concept, Application to infinite slab reactor.
PHYS 495 Solid State Physics Laboratory (2 credit hours)
Identification of materials using X-rays. Curie temperature and Curie-weiss constant for a dielectric. Hall constant, Carrier concentration and mobility for semiconductor material. Magnetic susceptibility. Electron spin resonance experiment. Solar Cell Characteristics.
PHYS 497 Nuclear Physics Laboratory (2 credit hours)
Geiger Counter
Absorption of Nuclear Radiation
Counting Statistics
Gamma Ray Spectroscopy Using NaI (TL) and (SCA)
Gamma Ray Spectroscopy Using NaI (TL) and (MCA)
B-Ray Spectrum Using Magnetic Spectrometer
B-Ray Spectrum Using (MCA)
Neutron Diffusion
Study of (-particle Spectra.
Gamma-Spectra Measurements with Paraffin Surrounding the source.
PHYS 498 Students Research.
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