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Technological University of the Philippines

Manila Campus
College of Science
PHYSICS DEPARTMENT

I. University Vision

The Technological University of the Philippines shall be a premier state university with
recognized excellence in engineering and technology education at par with the leading
universities in the ASEAN region.

II. University Mission

The Technological University of the Philippines shall provide higher and advanced vocational,
technical, industrial, technological and professional education and training in industries and
technology and in practical arts leading to applied research, certificates, diplomas and degrees. It
shall provide progressive leadership in developmental studies in technical, industrial and
technological fields and production using indigenous materials, effect technology transfer in
the countryside; and assist in the development of small and medium scale industries in identified
growth centers.

III. College Goals

The College of Science shall prepare students to become well-rounded individuals, scientifically
literate, and technically competent to assume a dynamic and responsible leadership for the
country’s scientific and technological development in the improvement of man’s-being and the
quality of his environment.

IV. Core Values

T- Transparent and participatory governance


U- Unity in the pursuit of TUP mission, goals, and objectives
P- Professionalism in the discharge of quality service
I- Integrity and commitment to maintain the good name of the University
A- Accountability for individual and organizational quality performance
N- Nationalism through tangible contribution to the rapid economic growth of the country
S- Shared responsibility, hardwork, and resourcefulness in compliance to the mandates of the
university

V. Department Objectives

1. Provide quality physics lecture courses at levels appropriate to specific programs of students.
2. Enable students to attain sufficient knowledge of physics, both conceptual understanding and
the ability to solve problems.
3. Expose students in a wide spectrum of experimental and computational methods, some
incorporating group activities, by the provision of physics laboratory courses.
4. Enhance the ability of students to communicate effectively both in written and in verbal form.
5. Develop the capability of the staff members in teaching, research and extension services.

VI. Program Education Objectives

After 3-5 years of graduation, the graduates of the program are expected to:

1. Achieve a high level of technical expertise to succeed in their chosen profession.


(INSTRUCTION)
2. Engage in lifelong learning actively such as progressive leadership in applied research,
development studies in technical, industrial and engineering fields and production.
(RESEARCH)
3. Engage in professional services to effect technology transfer and assist in the development of
small and medium scale industries to contribute to national development. (EXTENSION)

VII. Course Contents

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1. Course Code: PHYS ENG


2. Course Title: Physics for Engineers
3. Pre-requisite: Calculus 1
4. Co-requisite: Calculus 2
5. Course description: Physics for Engineers
6. Credit units: 4
7. Class schedule: 6 hrs/wk

VIII. Program Outcomes in Relation to Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational
Program Outcomes Objectives
1 2 3
(a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve

engineering problem (KNOWLEDGE)
(b) An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and

interpret data (INVESTIGATION)
(c) An ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using the

English language. (COMMUNICATION)

IX. Course Outcomes in Relation to Program Outcomes

Course Outcomes Program Outcomes


After completing the course, the students must be able to: a b c
(a) Demonstrate their knowledge of the basic scientific principles and
fundamental concepts of physics at the calculus level on the following areas: I
DC Circuits and electromagnetism alternating currents,
(b) Use appropriate scientific reasoning and mathematical techniques to obtain
quantitative solutions to problems in physics at the calculus level on the E
following areas: DC Circuits, electromagnetism, alternating current
(c) Systematically explore physical phenomena by setting up experiments,
collecting and analyzing data, interpreting their results, and to prepare I E D
coherent reports of his or her findings.
(d) Communicate physics concepts, processes, and results effectively, both
E E E
verbally and in writing.

X. Course coverage

Teaching and Learning


Week Time Main Topics Evaluation Tools
Activities
Orientation on the course, -Distribution and discussion -Question and Answer
objectives, requirements, of the course syllabus -Essay: Physics-Related
3 assessment and overview of the -Classroom’s -policies Experiences
topics included and guidelines
Self-Reflection
Topic 1 –Vectors -Lecture -Seatwork
- Vector Algebra -Class Participation -Boardwork
3 a. Addition/subtraction (Boardwork) -Quiz
b. Products -Graphical and Analytical
1 b.1 Dot product -Solution of Resultant vectors
b.2 Cross product
2 3 Topic 2 - Motion -Lecture/Demonstration -Seatwork
-Rectilinear Motion -Power Point Presentation -Boardwork
a. Uniform Motion (Boardwork) -Quiz
b. Uniformly-Accelerated
Motion
b.1 Along the horizontal
b.2 Free-fall motion

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Experiment 1- Uniformly -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet


3 Accelerated Motion -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
Chapter Examination
a. Projectile Motion -Lecture -Seatwork
3 b. Uniform Circular Motion -Sample Problems -Board work
c. Motion in a vertical circle -Quiz
Topic 3 – Newton’s Laws of -Lecture -Seatwork
Motion and Applications -Sample Problems -Board work
3 - Types of forces -Class Discusssion -Assignment
3 - Mass and Weight
- Free body diagrams
- Newton’s First Law of
Motion and First Condition
of Equilibrium
- Newton’s Second Law of -Lecture -Seatwork
Motion -Sample Problem -Boardwork
- Newton’s third Law of
3 Motion
4 - Application of three laws of
Motion

-Experiment 2– Newton’s -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet


3 Second Law of Motion -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
-Chapter Examination -Lecture -Seatwork
-Topic 4 :Work, Energy and -Sample Problems -Assignment
Energy Conservation -Quiz
3 - Work done by a force
- Kinetic energy
-Work-energy theorem and its
5 application
- Gravitational potential -Lecture -Seatwork
energy -Sample Problems -Assignment
-Elastic potential energy -Discussion
-Conservation of energy
3 principle and its application
-Power
-Conservative and
nonconservative forces
Topic 5 – Momentum, -Lecture -Seatwork
Impulse and Collisions -Sample Problems -Assignment
- Momentum and Impulse -Discussion -Quiz
3 - Impulse-Momentum
Theorem
6 - Law of Conservation of
momentum

Experiment 3- Conservation of -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet


Energy -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
3
Experiment 4 – Conservation of
Linear Momentum
Topic 6 -– Rotational Motion -Lecture -Seatwork
- Angular position, angular -Sample Problems -Assignment
velocity, angular acceleration -Discussion
3 -Relationship between linear
and angular variables
7
- Moment of inertia -Lecture -Seatwork
- Torque -Sample Problems -Assignment
3 - Rotational kinetic energy -Discussion
- Angular momentum
Chapter Examination

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Topic 6 - Fluid Mechanics -Lecture -Seatwork


- Hydrostatics -Sample Problems -Board work
a. Properties of fluids -Assignment
b. Pascal’s principle
c. Archimedes’ principle
8
-Experiment 5: Density -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet
Experiment 6: Fluid -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
3
Pressure

- Hydrodynamics -Lecture -Seatwork


3 a. Continuity equation -Sample Problems -Board work
b. Bernoulli’s equation -Assignment
- Chapter Examination
Topic 3: Temperature and -Lecture -Seatwork
9 Heat
-Temperature and Thermal -Sample Problems -Board work
3 Equilibrium
-Thermometers and -Assignment
Temperature Scales
-Thermal Expansion
-Quantity of Heat -Lecture -Seatwork
-Calorimetry and Phase -Sample Problems -Board work
3 Changes -Assignment
-Mechanism of Heat Transfer
-Experiment 7: Linear -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet
10 Expansion. -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
-Experiment 8: Latent Heat
3 of Fusion
-Experiment 9: Latent Heat
of Condensation
Topic 8- Periodic Motion, -Lecture -Seatwork
Mechanical Waves and Sound -Sample Problems -Board work
- Periodic Motion -Assignment
-Simple Harmonic Motion
- Mechanical waves
- Doppler effect
-Chapter Examination

11 Topic 11- Electric Charge, -Lecture -Seatwork


Electric Fields and Gauss’ -Sample Problems -Board work
Law -Discussion -Assignment
- Electric Charge, Conductors,
and Insulators
3
- Coulomb’s Law
- Electric Field of Point
Charge and Distribution
Charges
- Electric Field Lines -Lecture -Seatwork
- Electric Dipoles -Sample Problems -Board work
- Electric Flux -Discussion -Assignment
- Gauss’ Law and Application
3 -Electric Potential Energy,
Electric Potential, Potential
Difference, work and
12 Electron volt
-Chapter Examination -Lecture -Seatwork
-Topic 13 : Current, Resistance -Sample Problems -Board work
and Electromotive Force -Discussion -Assignment
- Current, resistivity and
resistance
- Ohm’s Law
- Energy and power in electric
circuits

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-Topic 14 : Direct Current -Lecture -Seatwork


Circuits -Sample Problems -Board work
3 - Resistors in series and -Discussion -Assignment
parallel
- Kirchhoff’s rules
13
-Experiment 10: Ohm’ Law -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet
-Experiment 11: Electric -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
3 Circuit
-Experiment 12: Kirchhof’s
Laws
-Topic 15: – Magnetic Field -Lecture -Seatwork
and Magnetic Forces: -Sample Problems -Board work
- Magnetic Field Lines and -Discussion -Assignment
3 Magnetic Flux.
- Motion of a Charge Particles
in a Magnetic Field.
14 - Applications of Motion of
Charged Particles.

-Magnetic Force on a Current- -Lecture -Seatwork


Carrying Conductor. -Sample Problems -Board work
-Force and Torque on a -Discussion -Assignment
3
Current Loop.
-Magnetic Torque
Demonstration.
-Topic 16: Sources of -Lecture -Seatwork
Magnetic Field. -Sample Problems -Board work
-Magnetic Field of a Moving -Discussion -Assignment
Charge
-Magnetic Field of a Current
3 Element.
15
-Magnetic Field of a Straight
Current-Carrying Conductor.
-Force Between Parallel
Conductors.

-Experiment 13: Magnetic Field 


3
of a Current
-Topic 17 – Magnetism -Lecture -Seatwork
-Magnetic Force -Sample Problems -Board work
3 - Sources of Magnetic Field -Discussion -Assignment
- Induction
16
-Chapter Examination
-Experiment 14: Magnetic -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet
3
Force of a Current. -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
-Topic 18-Geometric Optics -Lecture -Seatwork
-Reflection and Refraction at a -Sample Problems -Board work
Plane Surface -Discussion -Assignment
-Reflection at a Spherical
Surface
3
-Graphical Methods of
17 Mirrors.
-Refraction at a Spherical
Surface.
-Graphical Methods for lenses.
-Experiment 15: Reflection -Group Work -Individual Laboratory Sheet
3 and Refraction of Plane -Laboratory Report -Laboratory Report Evaluation
Mirror.
-Chapter Examination
3
18 -Consultation
3 -Comprehensive Examination

XI. Course Objectives in Relation to Program Outcomes

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Course Objectives Program


A student completing this course should at the minimum be able to: Outcomes
a b c
Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors
1 Discuss fundamental quantities of physics and the units physicists use to measure them. I
2 Solve measurement problems involving conversion of units, expression of measurements in scientific E
notation.
3 Differentiate between scalars and vectors, and how to add and subtract vectors graphically. I

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4 Describe what the components of a vector are and how to use them in calculations. I
5 Discuss what unit vectors are and how to use them with components to describe vectors. I
6 Apply the two ways to multiply vectors: the scalar (dot) product and the vector (cross) product. E

Motion
7 Recognize whether or not a physical situation involves constant velocity or constant acceleration I
8 Apply equations and graphs to solve problems that involve straight-line motion with constant E
acceleration.
9 Solve problems in which an object is falling freely under the influence of gravity alone. E
10 Solve problems that involve the curved path followed by a projectile. E
11 Describe quantities associated with circular motion such as tangential velocity, centripetal acceleration, I
tangential acceleration and radius of curvature.
12 Analyze motion in a circular path, with either constant speed or varying speed. E
13 Execute experiment in Uniformly Accelerated motion I E E
a. Describe the motion of a body moving along an inclined plane
b. Calculate the uniform acceleration of the body from the obtained data
Newton’s Laws of Motion and Applications
14 Differentiate contact and noncontact forces. I
15 Distinguish between the mass of an object and its weight. I
16 Use a free-body diagram to help analyze the forces on an object. E
17 Use Newton’s first law to solve problems involving the forces that act on a body in equilibrium. E
Use Newton’s second law to solve problems involving the forces that act on an accelerating body
18 Examine the different types of friction forces and solve problems that involve these forces. E
19 Solve problems involving the forces that act on a body moving along a circular path. E
20 Compare the magnitude of sought quantities such as frictional force, normal force, threshold angle for I
sliding, acceleration, etc.
21 Perform experiments on Newton’s Second Law of Motion. I E E
a. Explain Newton’s second law of motion and compare the theoretical and the experimental value of
acceleration
b. analyze the data appropriately.

Work, Energy and Energy Conservation


22 Analyze what it means for a force to do work on a body, and how to calculate the amount of work E
done.
23 Describe the kinetic energy of a body, and how the total work done on a body changes the body’s I
kinetic energy.
24 Solve problems involving power. E
25 Use the concept of gravitational potential energy in problems that involve vertical motion. E
26 Use the concept of elastic potential energy in problems that involve a moving body attached to a
stretched or compressed spring. E
27 Differentiate between conservative and non-conservative forces.
I
Momentum, Impulse and Collisions
28 Explain the meaning of momentum and impulse. I
29 Describe circumstances under which the total momentum of a system of particles is constant. I
Use momentum conservation to solve problems
30 Compare and contrast elastic and inelastic collisions E
Perform Experiment involving the conservation of linear momentum I
31 a. Discuss the law of conservation of momentum using the grooved track I E E
b. Compute the velocities of two balls before and after collision, and subsequently, their momenta
before and after collision.
Rotational Motion
32 Describe the rotation of a rigid body in terms of angular coordinate, angular velocity, and angular I
acceleration.
33 Draw analogies relating rotational-motion parameters (q, w, a) to linear (x, v, a) and solve rotational E
problems.
34 Discuss the meaning of a body’s moment of inertia about a rotation axis, and how it relates to I
rotational kinetic energy.
35 Discuss the concept of torque I
36 Explain how the net torque on a body affects the body’s rotational motion. I
37 Explain how the angular momentum of a body can remain constant even if the body changes shape. I
38 Solve rotational kinematics and dynamics problem, in context such as, but not limited to, flywheel as E
energy storage devices, and spinning drives.

Fluid Mechanics

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39 Relate density, relative density, mass and volume to each other; and pressure to fluid density and depth I
40 Apply Pascal’s principle in analyzing fluids in various systems E
41 Apply the concept of buoyancy and Archimedes’ principle. E
42 Explain the limitations of and the assumptions underlying Bernoulli’s principle and the continuity I
equation.
43 Apply Bernoulli’s principle and continuity equation, whenever appropriate, to infer relations involving E
pressure, elevation, speed and flux.
44 Execute experiment on Liquid Pressure I E E
a. discuss how liquid pressure varies with the depth of the liquid, density of the liquid and cross-
section of the containing vessel.
Temperature and Heat
45 Explain the connection between the Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics, I
temperature, thermal equilibrium and temperature scale.
46 Convert temperatures and temperature differences in the following scales: Fahrenheit, Celsius, and E
Kelvin.
47 Define coefficient of thermal expansion and coefficient of volume expansion I
48 Calculate the volume or length changes of solids due to changes in temperature. E
49 Solve problems involving temperature, thermal expansion, heat capacity, heat transfer, and thermal E
equilibrium in context such as, but not limited to, the design of bridges and train rails using steel,
relative severity of steam burns and, water burns, thermal insulation, size of stars and surface
temperatures of planets.
50 Understand the basic concepts of conduction, convection, and radiation. I
51 Perform experiment on Latent Heat of Fusion and Latent Heat of Vaporization. I E E

Periodic Motion, Mechanical Waves and Sound


52 Relate the amplitude, frequency, angular frequency, period, displacement, velocity, and acceleration of I
oscillating systems
53 Recognize the necessary conditions for an object to undergo simple harmonic motion I
54 Calculate the period and the frequency of spring mass, simple pendulum, and physical pendulum. E
55 Define mechanical wave, longitudinal wave, transverse wave, periodic wave and sinusoidal wave. I
56 Describe qualitatively the superposition of waves and apply the condition for standing waves I
57 Apply the Doppler effect to predict apparent changes in frequency due to relative velocities of a source I
and a listener. E
58 Solve problems involving sound and mechanical waves in contexts such as, but not limited to,
echolocation, musical instruments and ambulance sounds. E

Electric Charge, Electric Fields and Gauss’ Law


59 Explain the nature of electric charge and examine the behavior of electrically charged objects. I
60 Compute the electric force between charges using Coulomb’s law. E
61 Compute the electric field due to a point charge and distribution charges. E
62 Explain the relationship between the net amount of charge inside a closed surface and electric flux I
through that surface.
63 Apply the concept of Gauss’s Law to determine the charges on conductors. E
Electrical Potential Energy, Electrical Potential, Electrical Potential Difference, and Work
64 Compute for the electric potential energy of point charge and collection of charges. E
65 Explain the significance of electric potential and formulate solution for the electric potential produce at I
a point in space by a collection of charges.
66 Apply the concept of electric potential to calculate the electric field. E
67 Evaluate the potential at any point in a region containing point charges. I

68 Relate the electric potential with work, potential energy, and electric field. I

Current, Resistance and Electromotive Force


69 Define and explain the relationship of electrical parameters such as current, resistance and I
electromotive force.
70 Relate and calculate the resistance of a conductor from its physical dimensions and resistivity E
71 Explain how electromotive force creates electric current. I
72 Formulate solutions involving electric energy and power in electric circuits. E
73 Explain the distribution of electric power in the home and how to avoid electrical fault. I
74 Execute an experiment involving Ohm’s Law I E E
a. Determine the relationship of voltage, current and resistance
Direct Current Circuits
75 Analyze circuits with network of resistors in series and parallel. E
76 Calculate the equivalent resistance, current, voltage in a given network of resistors connected in E
series/parallel.

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77 Apply Kirchhoff’s rules in analyzing complex circuits with more than one loop. E
Magnetism, Magnetic Field, and Magnetic Forces
78 Describe the properties of magnets and explain how magnets interact with each other. I
79 Describe and calculate the force on a moving charged particle in the presence of magnetic field. E
80 Describe the nature of magnetic field produced by a single moving charged particle and calculate the E
magnitude of magnetic field a different points in space.
81 Identify and analyze the factors affecting the strength of electromagnets. I
82 State and apply Ampere’s law to calculate magnetic field of symmetric-current distribution. E
83 Investigate the Faraday’s experiments on induction. I
84 Perform experiment involving magnetic field of a current and the electromagnet I E E
a. Describe the magnetic field set up by current in a straight- wire conductor
b. Compare the magnetic field lines due to a current in a straight conductor, a circular loop and a
solenoid
b. Identify the factors affecting the strength of an electromagnet
Light and Geometric Optics
85 Define light, discuss its properties, and give the range of wavelengths for visible spectrum. I
86 Apply the relationship between frequencies and wavelengths for optical waves. I
87 Explain image formation as an application of reflection, refraction, and paraxial approximation I
88 Relate properties of mirrors and lenses (radii of curvature, focal length, index of refraction (for I
lenses)) to image and object distance and sizes
89 Determine graphically and mathematically the type, magnification, location and orientation of image E
of a point and extended object produced by a plane or spherical mirror

XII. Contribution of Course to Meeting the Professional Component


Technical Course: 100%

XIII. Textbook
XIV Young and Freedman. (2001), University Physics, 10th Edition, Addison-Wesley Publishing
Company, Inc

XIV. Course Evaluation:

Components Percentage
1. Lecture Components 70%
a. Chapter Examinations 30%
b. Seatworks, Assignments, Boardworks,
Quizzes 25%
c. Comprehensive Examination 10%
d. Attendance 5%

2. Laboratory Components 30%


a. Experiments 15%
b. Examinations 10%
c. Performance and Attendance 5%
Total: 100%

Passing:

XV. Other References

Beiser , Arthur. (1992) Modern Technical Physics, 6th Edition, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.

Cutnell, John D. & Kenneth w. Johnson (2001), PHYSICS, 5th Edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

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Resnick, Halliday, and Krane (2002), Physics, 5th Edition, John Wiley and Sons, Inc.,

Young and Freedman. (2001), University Physics, 10th Edition, Addison-Wesley Publishing
Company, Inc

Tipler, Paul A. (1991), Physics for Scientist and Engineers, 3rd Edition, Worth Publishers, New
York, N.Y.

XVI. Course Materials made Available


 Hand-outs
 Problem Set sheets
 Laboratory Manuals
 PowerPoint Presentations
 Questionnaire for Quizzes and Major Exam
 Video clips

XVII. Name of Faculty

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