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Department of Engineering Physics

Department of Physics Promotes sciences in Union of Myanmar and at the local community ,economy and society level, and it also participates in the developing of educational program for teaching of physics in engineering education .

Mission

  • To promote the improvement of the quality of scientific research project, the development of innovative curricular and techniques based on research project and the latest scientific discovery, greater international visibility.
  • To encourage the development of educational physics in engineering education by participating in the development of the curriculum, developing methodology of physics education, teaching aids and text books through lifelong learning programs and training teachers, and particularly through continued work with students.
  • To promote the highest ethical principles in scientific research, critical thinking, openness to social, scientific, technology and educational changes both scientific and education.

Course Object

The course is the calculus based general physics. The course is intended for science and engineer students with an exciting feature of physics in the fundamental of natural science and modern technology including Rocketry, Aerodynamic vehicle, planetary orbit and Satellite and to apply basic and modern knowledge of scientific phenomena for real word applications.

Reference Text:

Physics, John D. Cutnell & Kenneth W. Johnson, 9th edition.
Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Serway & Jewett, 9th edition.

SEMESTER I Cirriculum

Code No. Course Title Period/Week Credit Points
Eph 1001 Engg. Physics Lect Tutorial Practical Total
4 1 1 6 5

Practical Course

Sr.No Experiment Field of study
1 Slide Caliper Measurement
2 Micrometer Screw Gauge Measurement
3 Spherometer Measurement
4 Velocity , Acceleration & ‘g’ Mechanics
5 Free fall Mechanics
6 Friction I,II Mechanics
7 Simple Pendulum Mechanics
8 Hooke's Law Mechanics
9 Sonometer Wave Motion & Sound
10 Resonance Column Wave Motion & Sound
11 Thermal Expansion Heat
12 joule's Calorimeter Heat

SEMESTER II Cirriculum

Code No. Course Title Period/Week Credit Points
Eph 1001 Engg. Physics Lect Tutorial Practical Total
4 1 1 6 5

Practical Course

Sr.No Experiment Field of study
1 Verification of Ohm’s Law Electricity
2 Determination of the resistance of a given wire and the resistivity of the material of the wire using a Meter Bridge Electricity
3 Determination of the resistivity of the material of the wire using a Meter Bridge Electricity
4 Determination of the internal resistance of a given primary cell using a potentiometer. Electricity
5 Determination of Band Gap of a semiconductor material. Electricity
6 Magnetic field along the axis of a coil (Biot-Savart Law) Magnetism
7 Image Formation with Mirrors and Lenses Optics
8 The focal length of a concave lens with the help of a convex lens Optics
9 Spectrometer Dispersive power of a prism Optics
10 Determination of wavelength of a source - Diffraction Grating Optics
11 Single slit diffraction using laser. Optics
12 Determination of wavelength of Mercury spectrum – Spectrometer grating Optics

History of Engineering Physics Department

List of faculty Members

Dr Mya Hnin Su PhD(Engg: Physics.) Associate Professor (Head of Dept.)
U Kyaw Naing BSc.(Physics) Assistant Lecture
Daw May Zin Wamn MSc. (Elect. Physics) Demonstrator
Daw Kywe Myint Than MSc. (Matter Physics) Demonstrator

Laboratories and their Activities

Research Project

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Myanmar Aerospace Engineering University
Mandalay Road, Meiktila, Mandalay Division
The Republic of the Union of Myanmar

  • Hot line: 95 – 064 – 35244, 35241
  • Fax: 95 – 064 – 35245
  • Email: info@maeu.edu.mm

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