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Applied Physics

MTH-108

Lecture: 01
Introduction

Dr. Abdul Aleem Jamali

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Who am I?
 Dr. Abdul Aleem Jamali
Assistant Professor, Department of Electronic Engineering, QUEST,
Nawabshah.
Ph.D Electronic Engineering, Germany
M.Sc. Electrical Communication Engnieering, Germany
P.G.D Telecommunication and Control Engineering, MUET
B.E. Electronic Engineering, MUET
 Email: jamali.abdulaleem@quest.edu.pk
 Web link: electronics.quest.edu.pk
 Contact hours: 12:30 – 2:30 PM (Tuesdays)

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Course information!
 Title of subject: Applied Physics
 Course Code: MTH-108
 Credit hours: 3 hours per week
 Minimum contact hours: 42 hours (in total)
 Discipline: B.E. Electronic Engineering
 Semester: First Semester, First Year
 Marks: Theory (100 marks!)
Mid Marks distribution?
Semester
20% Session
tests Final Exam
10% 60%
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Attendance
10%
What should you expect from this course?
 AIM
 To give adequate knowledge and clear understanding about the
basic concepts of Applied Physics.

 Expected Learning Outcomes


The students will be able to:
 Define and explain basic concepts of Electrostatics and
Electrodynamics
 Discuss and utilize concepts of Solid state physics
 Explain and apply the physical concept of Light and and its
interaction with matter
 Understand the concept of Thermodynamics in relation to
heating and cooling of electronics
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Recommended Books
 OpenStax University Physics, “University Physics Volume
2”, OpenStax University Physics.
 OpenStax College, “College Physics”, OpenStax College,
21 June 2012.
 David Halliday, Robert Resnick, and Jearl Walker,
“Fundamentals of Physics”, John Wiley & Sons, ISBN:
0471465097.
 Arthur Beiser, “Schaum's Outline of Applied Physics”,
McGraw-Hill, ISBN: 0071426116.
 Huges. E., "Electrical Technology," Longman, Latest Edition.
 B.L. Theraja” Electrical Technology.
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Course outline (Tentative Teaching Plan)
 Introduction (Required no. of Lectures: 01)
 Introduction to the Subject, Subject teacher, Students, Course
contents, Learning Objectives, Teaching plan, Sessional Tests,
Exams.
 Electrostatics (Required no. of Lectures: 09)
 Coulomb’s law, electric field and potential, capacitance,
dielectrics.
 Electrodynamics (Required no. of Lectures: 06)
 Magnetic field and force, sources of magnetic field,
electromagnetic induction, inductance. SESSION TEST 01

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Course outline (Tentative Teaching Plan)
 Solid-state Physics (Required no. of Lectures: 18)
 Crystal lattices, unit cells, energy bands, allowed and forbidden
states, conductors, semiconductors, insulators. Semiconductors:
Composition, purity, n- and p-type materials, carrier properties
and distribution. Carrier action: Diffusion, drift, generation,
recombination. conductivity, mobility, p-n junction diode, diode
curve, forward-biased diode, reverse-biased diode, bipolar
junction transistor and its biasing, MOSFET and its biasing, Hall
effect, Superconductivity.
 Optics (Required no. of Lectures: 06)
 Optical absorption, photo-luminescence, photoconductivity,
photoelectric effect, LASERS.
 Thermodynamics (Required no. of Lectures: 02)
 Heating and cooling of electronics, SESSION TEST 02
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INTRODUCTION:
The Nature of Physics and
Science

Galaxies are as immense as atoms are small.Yet the same laws of physics describe both, and all
the rest of nature—an indication of the underlying unity in the universe. The laws of physics are
surprisingly 8few in number, implying an underlying simplicity to nature’s apparent complexity.
(credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, P. Barmby, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
Learning Objectives
 Physics: An introduction
 Explain the difference between a principle and a
law
 Explain the difference between a model and a
theory

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End of lecture 01

Thank you for your


attention!

Reference: OpenStax College, “College Physics”, OpenStax College, 21 June 2012.

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