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General Physics 2 (FD2)

SEMESTER LEARNING PLAN

Course Title: General Physics 2 (FD2)

MK code: AKM21 321

Credit Weight: 2

Group of Courts: Compulsory

Semester: 3

Prerequisite Course:-

Lecturer:

Prof. Dr. Agus Subagio, S.Si., M.Si.

Dr.Eng. Ali Khumaeni, S.Si.,M.E

 Attitude GLO1-(S9) Demonstrate an attitude of responsibility for work in their field of expertise independently. Knowledge GLO2-(PP2) Mastering complete operational knowledge of functions, operating standard chemical instruments, and analyzing data and information from these instruments. General Skills GLO 3 -(KU1) Able to apply logical, critical, systematic, and innovative thinking in the context of the development or implementation of science and technology that pays attention to and uses humanities values by their field of expertise GLO 4 -(KU2) Able to demonstrate independent, quality, and measurable performance.

Course Description

Physics II is the foundation of pure and applied science. Its principles are applied to a variety of physical systems, including Coulomb’s Law, Electric Fields, Electric Potential, Electrical potential energy of charged particle systems, Capacitors, Direct current circuits, Ohm’s Law, Kirchoff’s Law, EMF chemistry and electrolysis, Biot Savart’s Law, Ampere, Lorentz force, Velocity selector, Spectrometer, Faraday’s law, Inductance, Lenz’s law, Applications of Faraday’s law, Self-inductance and Cross-inductance, Transformers, alternating circuits.

 Week Expected ability (Sub-CLO) Study Materials/ Learning Materials Learning methods Student Learning Experience Time (minutes) Evaluation Criteria and Indicators % 1 Students can apply (C3) Vector operations and calculate the resultant force of interaction of several charged particles without opening notes at least 70% correct. Vector and Coulomb’s Law on point charge Discovery learning Cooperative learning Group discussion to complete: – Vector operations – calculate the interaction force of several point particles FF: 1 x (2 x 50”) ST + SS: 1 x [(2 x 50”) + (2 x 60”)] – Accuracy of calculating vector operations – The accuracy of calculating the interaction force of several point particles 7.5 2 Students can apply (C3) the electric field formula of some point particles without opening notes at least 70% correct. Electric field Discovery learning Cooperative learning group discussion To calculate the electric field of some point charge. FF: 1 x (2 x 50”) ST + SS: 1 x [(2 x 50”) + (2 x 60”)] Accurately calculates the electric field of multiple point charges. 7.5 3 Students can apply (C3) the formula for electric potential energy and electric potential without opening notes at least 70% correct. Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning Group discussion to explain Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential. FF: 1 x (2 x 50”) ST + SS: 1 x [(2 x 50”) + (2 x 60”)] – The accuracy of calculating the electric potential energy and the electric potential of some point particles 7.5 4 Students can apply (C3) the Capacitor Formula in electrical circuits without opening notes at least 70% correct. Capacitor Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning Group discussion to explain: Types of capacitors FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating the capacitance of various types of capacitors 7.5 5 Students can apply (C3) the principle of the capacitor circuit without opening notes at least 60% correct. Capacitor circuit Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain the series, parallel, and combination capacitor circuits. FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating the charge, potential, and energy on each capacitor in a circuit 7.5 6 Students can apply (C3) Ohm’s law principles of resistivity and conductivity of materials without opening notes at least 70% correct. Ohm’s law and the conductivity of materials Electrical circuits Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain Ohm’s Law and the conductivity of materials FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating the resistivity of materials, – Accuracy in applying Ohm’s law 5 7 Students can apply (C3) the principle of multiple loop direct current electric circuits without opening notes at least 70% correct. Kirchoff’s Laws I and II EMF Chemistry and Electrolysis Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain Kirchoff’s Laws I and II FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating the electric current in each branch 7.5 8 Midterm exam Written exam 90 9 Students can apply (C3) and calculate the magnitude and direction of the Lorentz Force without opening notes at least 60% correct. Lorentz style Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain the magnitude and direction of the Lorentz Force. FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating the magnitude and direction of the Lorentz force 7.5 10 Students can apply (C3) the law of biot savant without opening notes at least 70% correct. Magnetic Induction Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain Magnetic induction of various simple current conductors FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating magnetic induction from simple conductor shapes 7.5 11 Students can apply Ampere’s law (C3) without opening notes at least 70% correct. Ampere’s Law Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain ohm’s law FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating magnetic induction using Ampere’s law 7.5 12 Students can apply (C3) Faraday and Lentz laws without opening notes at least 70% correct. Faraday’s Law and Lentz .’s Law Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain Faraday’s law and Lentz’s law FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating magnetic induction using Ampere’s law 7.5 13 Students can apply (C3) the principles of Faraday’s law and Lentz’s law without opening notes at least 60% correct. Faraday’s Law and Lentz’s Law Applications Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning To explain principle of non-inertial coordinate system FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – Accuracy describes the nature Non-inertial coordinate system 7.5 14 Students can apply (C3) the principles and properties of AC electrical circuits without opening notes at least 60% correct. AC circuit of resistors, capacitors Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning group discussion To explain Properties of resistors, inductors, and capacitors in AC circuits FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – Accuracy in calculating resistor, capacitor, and inductor circuits 5 15 Students can apply (C3) the principle of a series circuit of resistors, capacitors, and inductors without opening a minimum of 70% correct notes. Circuit R, L, C series on alternating current group discussion Discovery learning Cooperative learning Problem Based Learning To explain the principles and properties of series circuits of resistors, inductors, and capacitors. FF: 2 x 50 ST: 2 x 60 SS: 2 x 60 – The accuracy of calculating the principles and properties of the series circuit of resistors, inductors, and capacitors 5 16 Final exams Written exam 90 The truth and completeness of the answer to the question

References:

1. Paul A Tipler and Gene Mosca, Physics For Scientis and Engineers, WH Freeman Company
2. Jearl Walker, David Haliday and Robert Resnick, Fundamental Of Physics, X editions, 2015
3. Hugh Young and Roger Freedman, University Physics 12 th Edition, Addison Wesley San Fransisco Boston New York

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