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1 NEW HORIZON PRE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LESSON PLAN FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR Department of PHYSICS ( I PUC) Week Month: June Chapter (Physical world) Scope and excitement of Physics Physics, technology and society Fundamental forces in nature Nature of physical laws. Chapter (Units and Measurements) Unit of measurement - SI units Fundamental derived. Accuracy and precision of measuring instruments Units and Measurements) (Errors in measurement) Significant figures dimensions of physical quantities Dimensional analysis and its application. Checking of correctness of a given equation Deducing relation among physical quantities Numerical problems 1 st week Chapter (Motion in a straight line) Position and frame of reference Definitions of path length and displacement, average speed, average velocity, instantaneous speed, velocity uniform and non uniform motion uniformly accelerated motion. 4

2 Chapter (Motion in a plane) Scalars and vectors position and displacement vectors equality of vectors Multiplications of a vector by real number. Addition and subtraction of two vectors: Triangle method,parallelogram method. Month: July 4 Unit vector Resolution of a vector: Rectangular components. Resultant of two concurrent vectors. Scalar and vector products of two vectors with examples. Motion in a plane with acceleration First Unit Test (1,14,15 th ) Unit vector Resolution of a vector: Rectangular components. Resultant of two concurrent vectors. Scalar and vector products of two vectors with examples. Motion in a plane with acceleration Motion in a plane with constant acceleration. Projectile motion: Derivations of equation of path, time of flight, maximum height and horizontal range, of a projectile. Uniform circular motion: Derivation of centripetal acceleration, Numerical Problems

3 Laws of Motion Aristotle s fallacy - Newton s first law of motion: Concept of inertia and force Concept of momentum - Newton s secondlaw of motion: Derivation of anddefinition of SI unit of force - Impulse, impulsive force and examples - Newton s third law of motion: Identification of action and reaction pairs with examples in everyday life Law of conservation of linear momentum: Statement I proof in the case of collision of two bodies. Condition for equilibrium of a particle under the action of concurrent forces. Static I kinetic friction Dynamics of uniform circular motion Derivation of maximum speed of a car moving on banked circular road and discuss in the case of level circular road, numerical problems WORK, ENERGY AND POWER Work: Definition of Work and discussion of various cases - Work done by a constant force and a variable force. Kinetic energy - Work-energy theorem: Statement and proof in the case of rectilinear motion under constant acceleration. Concept of potential energy - Principle of conservation of mechanical energy: Statement and illustration in the case of freely falling body. Conservative and non-conservative forces with examples OR WORK, ENERGY AND POWER Potential energy of a spring - Mention of expression V(x) = ½ kx. Power: Definition and derivation ofpower. Collisions: Elastic and inelastic collisions - Collisions in one dimension: Derivation of loss of kinetic energy in completely inelastic collisions -Derivation of final velocity of masses undergoing elastic collision - Collisions in two dimensions, Numerical Problems. Second Unit test (8,9,0 th ) Month: August

4 SYSTEMS OF PARTICLES AND ROTATIONAL MOTION Definitions of a rigid body, translatory motion and rotatory motion - Centre of mass of a two-particle system - Mention of expression for position coordinates of centre of mass of (a) n particle system (b) a rigid body and (c) a uniform thin rod. Definition of angular velocity and mention of the relation v = r - Definitions of angular acceleration and moment of a force torque - Angular momentum of a particle: Derivation Equilibrium of rigid body: Mention of conditions for mechanical equilibrium of a rigid body. Definitions of moment of inertia and radius of gyration - Theorems of parallel and perpendicular axes: Statement and explanation - Mention of expressions for moment of inertia of a simple geometrical objects. Kinematics of rotational motion about a fixedaxis: Mention of equation of rotational motion - Comparison of linear and rotational motion. Principle of conservation of angular momentum: Statement and illustrations, Numerical Problems Month: September 6 6 Gravitation Kepler s laws of planetary motion: Statement and explanation - Universal law of gravitation: Statement and explanation. Acceleration due to gravity: Derivation of relation between g and G. Variation of acceleration due to gravity with altitude (height) and depth: Derivation of acceleration due gravity ata point (a) above and (b) below, the surface of earth. Gravitational potential energy: Derivation of gravitational potential energy. Escape speed: Definition and derivation of expression for escape speed from the principle of conservation of energy. Earth satellites: Derivation of orbital speed of earth satellite - Geostationary and polar satellites, Numerical Problems. MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOLIDS Elasticity and plasticity -Elastic behavior of solids -Stress and strain - Hooke s law -Stress-strain curve - Elastic moduli: Definitions and expressions of Young s modulus, Bulk modulus and Shear modulus of rigidity. :Poisson s ratio - Elastic energy, Numerical Problems. 9 5

5 Revision for mid term Month: October No of hours Mid term Exam (9 th -14 th ) Periodic and oscillatory motion: Definitions of Period and Frequency - Displacement as a function of time - Periodic functions. Simple harmonic motion: Definition, equation, graphical representation of displacement with time Phase - Mention of expressions for velocity and acceleration- Force law for simple harmonic motion : ( ) ( ) - Energy in simple harmonic motion: Derivations of kinetic energy, potential energy and total energy. Oscillations due to a spring- Restoring force & force constant - Mention of expression for time period. Simple pendulum: Derivation of expression for time period - Qualitative ideas of damped, forced and free oscillations Resonance, Numerical Problems. 4

6 . Wave motion Longitudinal and transverse waves - Mention of displacement relation in a progressive wave - Amplitude and phase - Wavelength and angular wavenumber - Period, frequency and angular frequency - Speed of traveling wave: Mention of expression for - Mention of expression for speed of transverse wave on a stretched string. Speed of a longitudinal wave(sound): Newton s formula and Laplace s correction.qualitative explanation of principle of superposition of waves. Reflection of waves at rigid and open boundary. Standing waves and normal modes: Theory, extension to stretched string and air columns -Fundamental mode and harmonics - Theory of beats. Doppler effect: Explanation of the phenomenon -Derivation of apparent frequency in the case of (a) moving source and stationary observer, (b) moving observer and stationary source and (c) both source and observer moving, Numerical Problems Temperature and heat - Thermal expansion of solids: linear, area and volume expansion of solids - Thermal expansion of liquids: Anomalous expansion of water - Thermal expansion of gases: Derivation of αv = 1/T for ideal gas. Specific heat capacity: Definition of heat capacity and specific heat capacity - Molar specific heat capacity at constant pressure and at constant volume. Principle of calorimetry - Change of state: melting, fusion, melting point,regelation, boiling point, sublimation point - Latent heat: Latent heat of fusion and vaporisation. Heat transfer: Conduction and thermal conductivity - Convection: Sea breeze and land breeze - Radiation: Newton s law of cooling. Refer supplementary material of text book:stefan s law - Qualitative ideas of black body radiation - Wien s displacement law - Greenhouse effect, Numerical Problems. Thermal equilibrium Zeroth law of Thermodynamics: Statement and explanation. -Heat, internal energy and work - First law of thermodynamics: Statement and explanation - Isothermal process: Derivation of work-done in isothermal process. Adiabatic process: Mention of the expression PVγ = constant, for adiabatic process. Heat engines: Schematic representation and efficiency. Month: November 8 8 1

7 Refrigerators (Heat pumps): Schematic diagram and coefficient of performance. Second law of thermodynamics: Kelvin-Planck statementand Clausiusstatement -Reversible and irreversible processes.carnot s engine: Carnot cycle and efficiency, Numerical Problems. Third Unit test (7 th,8 th,9 th )

8 Month: December Week Second law of thermodynamics: Kelvin-Planckstatementand Clausiusstatement -Reversible and irreversible processes.carnot s engine: Carnot cycle and efficiency, Numerical Problems Pressure: Definition - Derivation of pressure at a point inside a liquid - Gauge pressure. Pascal s law: Statement and its applications (hydraulic lift and hydraulic brakes). Streamline flow: Equation of continuity - Turbulent flow Criticalspeed. Bernoulli s principle: Statement - Explanation of Bernoulli s equation - Illustration ofbernoulli s principle in the case of (a) blood flow and heart attack (b) dynamic lift of a ball and aerofoil. Viscosity: Definition and mention of expression for coefficient of viscosity.stokes law. Reynolds number: Mention of expression - Classification of nature of flow on the basis of Reynolds number. bubbles, capillary rise and action of detergents, Numerical Problems.. Surface tension: Surface energy and surface tension - Angle of contact - Applications of surface tension ideas to drops bubbles, capillary rise and action of detergents, Numerical Problems

9 Equation of state of a perfect gas - Kinetic theory of an ideal gas: Derivation of - Kinetic interpretation of temperature: Mention of expression for average kinetic energy of a molecule in terms of absolute temperature - Definition of rms speed of gas molecules. IVth Unit Test (,4,5 th ) Degrees of freedom - Law of equipartition of energy: Statement and applicationto specific heat capacities of monatomic, diatomic and polyatomic gases -Concept of mean free path, Numerical Problems Month: January

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