# PSE 100 Physics and Mechanics I

This course consists of two components: Physics and Engineering Mechanics. It reviews each of these components.

Physics component:

1. Electric charge. Electric fields. Coulomb's law.

2. Gauss’ law and applications of this law.

3. Electric potential. Capacitance and dielectrics.

4. Current, resistance, and resistivity.

5. Direct current circuits. Voltmeters and ammeters (both ideal and real). RC circuits.

6. Magnetic fields. Gauss’ law for magnetism.

7. Magnetic forces. Sources of the magnetic field. The Biot-Savart law and Ampère’s law.

Engineering mechanics component:

1. Statics of particles. Forces and moments (torques).

2. Equilibrium of rigid bodies. Centres of mass and centroids

3. Moments of inertia.

4. Stress and strain due to axial loading. Torsion

5. Pure bending. Beam analysis

6. Kinematics of particles. Newton’s second law.

Physics component:

1. Electric charge. Electric fields. Coulomb's law.

2. Gauss’ law and applications of this law.

3. Electric potential. Capacitance and dielectrics.

4. Current, resistance, and resistivity.

5. Direct current circuits. Voltmeters and ammeters (both ideal and real). RC circuits.

6. Magnetic fields. Gauss’ law for magnetism.

7. Magnetic forces. Sources of the magnetic field. The Biot-Savart law and Ampère’s law.

Engineering mechanics component:

1. Statics of particles. Forces and moments (torques).

2. Equilibrium of rigid bodies. Centres of mass and centroids

3. Moments of inertia.

4. Stress and strain due to axial loading. Torsion

5. Pure bending. Beam analysis

6. Kinematics of particles. Newton’s second law.

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