Faculty / Department 
Department of Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Program 

Subject title & code 
Differential equations (482207) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 

Prerequisite(s) 
Calculus I 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Zeinab Foruzanfar Room : 200, Shahriari Building Contact no. : Email : z_foruzanfar@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis:
In this module, students are introduced with the methods of solving differential equations of degree one, two, or higher.
Timetable :
Tuesday 10 am 12 pm (Room 104)
Tuesday 13:30 pm 15:30 pm (Room 104) (Odd Weeks)
Consultation hours:
Sunday (12pm17pm) in 2nd floor, Shahriari Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 

Chapter one: First order equations 

17 
Definition of differential equations, methods of solving first order differential equations and their applications in finding families of curves 
22 

Chapter two: Second order linear equations 

810 
Methods of solving linear equations of order two or higher 
8 
11 
Midterm Exam 
2 

Chapter three: Laplace transforms and their applications 

1113 
Definition of Laplace transform, solving of differential equations and integral equations using Laplace transform 
8 

Chapter four: Linear equations systems 

14 
Solving of linear equations systems using Laplace transform 
2 

Chapter five: Power series solutions and special functions 

1516 
Finding solutions around ordinary and singular points (method of Frobenius), Legendre polynomials, properties of Bessel and Gamma functions 
6 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Homework and activities 
10% 
WK#116 
Midterm exam (Chapter one) 
30% 
WK#11 
Final 
60% 
WK#1719 
Main References
1. George F. Simmons, Differential equations with applications and historical notes, T. M. H. Ed., 1974.
2. William E. Boyce and Richard C. Diprima, Elementary differential equations and boundary value problems, Third Ed., John Wiley & Sons, 1977.
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Faculty / Department 
Physics and Engineering Sciences 
Program 
BEng in Industrial Engineering 
Subject title & code 
Physics 1 (531002) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
Fundamental 
Prerequisite(s) 
 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Sara Heshmatian Room : 2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. :  Email : heshmatian@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
This module presents the fundamental principles of classical mechanics. It covers such topics as Newton's laws of motion, kinematics, dynamics of a particle and the generalization to many body systems, conservation laws, collisions, angular momentum and torque. This module is provided for students who are expected to acquire a working knowledge of classical mechanics.
Timetable :
Saturday 13 15 (Room 311)
Saturday 15 17 (Room 311)
Consultation hours:
Saturday 10:00 12:00 (2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building)
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Contents 
Number of sessions 

COULOMB’S LAW 

1 

1 

Electric Fields 

2
3 

3 

Gauss’ Law 

4
5 

3 

Electric Potential 

6
7 

3 

CAPACITANCE 

8
9 

3 

Mid Term 

10 

2 

Current and Resistance 

11 

1 

Circuits 

12 

2 

Magnetic Fields 

13
14 

2 

Magnetic Fields Due to Currents 

14
15
16 

3 

Induction and Inductance 

16 

2 
Main References:
Fundamental of Physics , David Halliday, Robert Resnick & Jearl Walker, 10^{th} edition.
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Faculty / Department 
Physics & Engineering Sciences 
Program 
BSc in Engineering Physics 
Subject title & code 
Modern Physics (483306) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
Discipline Core 
Prerequisite(s) 
Physics II and Differential Equations 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Sara Heshmatian Room : Second floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. :  Email : heshmatian@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
The aim of this course is to study the fundamentals of the physics of the twentieth century at elementary level. The course prerequisites are merely an elementary knowledge of classical physics and mathematical calculus. The basic principles of the relativity, quantum phenomenon such as photoelectric and wave properties of material particles are being studied. Also, the atomic and nuclear structure descriptions and an introduction to the statistical physics are being provided.
Timetable :
Saturday 13 , Tuesday 1012
Consultation hours:
Tuesday 810 (Second floor, AhmadiRoshan Building)
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 

Introduction :Classic and Modern Physics – Classical Physics Failure 

1,2 

4 

2,3 

4 

Special Relativity : SpaceTime and EnergyMomentum 

4 

2 

4,5 

4 

Quantum Effects: The Particle Aspects of EM Radiation 

6 

4 

7,8 

4 

8,9 

4 

Quantum Effects: The Wave Aspects of Material Particles 

10 

4 

11,12 

4 

12,13 

4 

The Structure of Hydrogen Atom 

14 

2 

ManyElectron Atoms 

14 

2 

Introduction to the Statistical Mechanics 

15,16 

4 

16 

2 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Quiz I (Special Relativity) 
5% 
Week 6 
MidTerm Exam (Special Relativity, Particle Aspects of Waves) 
20% 
Week 10 
Assignment I (Special Relativity, Particle Aspects of Waves and Wave Aspect of Material Particles) 
2.5% 
Week 10 
Quiz II (Wave Aspect of Material Particles and The Spectrum of Hydrogen Atom) 
5% 
Week 15 
Assignment II (The Spectrum of Hydrogen Atom, ManyElectron Atoms and The Statistical Mechanics) 
2.5% 
Week 16 
Group Research Project 
Max : 5% 
During weeks 815 
Final Exam (All Chapters) 
60% 
During weeks 1719 
Main References
Richard T. Weidner and Robert L. Sells, ‘’Elementary Modern Physics’’.
Paul A. Tipler and Ralph Llewellyn, ‘’Modern Physics’’, 6th Edition.
Kenneth S. Krane, ‘’Modern Physics’’
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Faculty / Department 
Mathematics and Computer Science
Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Program 
_ 
Subject title & code 
Foundations of Combinatorics (453301) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
_ 
Prerequisite(s) 
_ 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Somayeh Bandari Room : Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building Contact no. : Email : somayeh.bandari@yahoo.com 
Module Synopsis :
In this module, students are introduced with combinatorics and discrete mathematics and their applications.
Timetable
: Saturday (Odd weeks) 1012 am (Room 101)
Saturday 1315 pm (Room 101)
Consultation hours:
Sunday 810 am Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1 
Set 
4 
2,3 
Basic logic 
4 
35 
Relation and Function 
8 
613 
Basic counting 
22 
14,15 
Boolean Algebra 
4 
15,16 
Graph 
4 
9 
Midterm exam 
2 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Homework and activities

10% 
Wk#116

Midterm exam (Chapters 1,2 and 3) 
20% 
Wk#9

Final exam

70% 
 
Main References
Discrete and combinatorial mathematics, Ralph P. Grimaldi.
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Faculty / Department 
Mathematics and Computer Science /Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Program 

Subject title & code 
Calculus II (482206) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 

Prerequisite(s) 
Calculus I 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Somayeh Bandari Room : Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building Contact no. : Email : somayeh.bandari@yahoo.com 
Module Synopsis:
In this module, students are introduced with analytical geometry, vector functions, multivariable functions, multiple integrals and some topics in vector analysis.
Timetable :
Monday 1012 am (Room 412)
Monday 1517 pm (Room 412) (Even weeks)
Consultation hours:
Sunday (1315pm) Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1,2 
An introduction to linear algebra 
4 
2,3 
Vector and analytical geometry 
4 
4 
Surfaces 
2 
4,5 
Vector functions 
4 
68 
Multivariable functions 
10 
914 
Double integral, triple integral and surface integral 
14 
1416 
Vector analysis 
8 
10 
Midterm Exam 
2 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Homework and activities 
10% 
WK#116 
Midterm exam 
30% 
WK#10 
Final exam 
60% 
 
Main References
1. George B. Thomas, Maurice D. Weir, Joel R. Hass, Calculus and Analytic Geometry, 12th Ed., Pearson, 2009.
2. Tom M. Apostol, Calculus, Vol. 2: MultiVariable Calculus and Linear Algebra with Applications to Differential Equations and Probability 2nd Ed., Wiley, 1969.
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Faculty / Department 
: 
Mathematics and Computer Science
/ Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Program 
: 

Subject title & code 
: 
Linear Algebra (483312) 
Credit value 
: 
3 
Subject status 
: 

Prerequisite(s) 
: 
Calculus II 
Semester 
: 
95/96II

Lecturer : Dr. Somayeh Bandari Room : Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building Contact no. : Email : somayeh.bandari@yahoo.com 
Module Synopsis :
In this module, students are introduced with matrices theory, system of linear equations and vector spaces.
Timetable :
Tuesday 810 am (Room 104)
Tuesday (Odd weeks) 1012 am (Room 202)
Consultation hours:
Monday 1315 pm Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1,2 
Matrices 
4 
2,3 
Determinant 
4 
4 
System of linear equations 
4 
57 
Vector spaces 
8 
810 
Linear transformation 
8 
11,12 
Eigenvalues and eigenvectors 
6 
13,14 
Special polynomials 
6 
15,16 
Inner product spaces 
6 
9 
Midterm exam 
2 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Homework and activities 
10% 
Wk#116

Midterm exam 
30% 
Wk#9

Final exam

60% 
 
Main References
Linear Algebra and Matrices, M. Vaezpour.
Kenneth M. Hoffman and Ray Kunze, Linear Algebra (Second Edition), Pearson 1971.
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]]>Faculty / Department  Mathematics and Computer Science/ Engineering Science and Physics 
Program  BEng in Industrial Engineering 
Subject title & code  Optics 1 (523316 
Credit value  3 
Subject status  Fundamental 
:Prerequisite(s)  _ 
Semester  9596II 
Lecturer : Dr. Seyedeh Robabeh Miry 
Module Synopsis
In this course, according to the laws of refraction and reflection on spherical and flat surfaces, complex
optical systems are analyzed.
Time table:
Sunday 13:30 pm15pm (Room)
Tuesday 8 am 9:30 am (Room 202)
Consultation hours:
Sunday 10 am11:30 am, Room 329, Ahmady Roshan Building
Weekly Schedule:
Lecture (hours) 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Week 
2  Introduction  1 
6  Geometrical Optics  23 
10  Matrix Methods in Paraxial Optics  47 
8  Aberration theory  8ØŒ1011 
2  Midterm exam  9 
8  Optical Instrumentation  1214 
4  Optics of Eye  1415 
4  Group Project  16 
Assessment Plan:
Date / Duration  Weight  Assessment 
7.5%  Individual projects  
20%  Midtem exam  
2.5%  Quiz  
10%  Group projects  
60%  Final exam 
Main References
1Introduction to optics, F. L. Pedrotii, S. J. and S. L. Pedrotii (1987), PrinticeHall
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Faculty / Department 
Physics and Engineering Sciences 
Program 
Physics Engineering 
Subject title & code 
Physics II (522201) 
Credit value 
4 
Subject status 
Fundamental 
Prerequisite(s) 
 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Saeid Ansari Room : 2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. :  Email : ansari@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
In this course we present the fundamental principles of electricity and magnetism in Physics. The topics such as electric fields, electric potential, capacitors, electrical circuit, magnetic fields and induction are coved.
Timetable :
Sunday 1012 (Room 421)
Wednesday 13:3015:30 (Room 202)
Consultation hours:
during my presence in the office
Weekly Schedule:
^{Week} 
Contents 
Number of sessions 
^{1} 
COULOMB’S LAW

^{1} 
^{1,2} 
Electric Fields

^{2} 
^{3} 
Gauss’ Law

^{2} 
^{4,5} 
Electric Potential

^{3} 
^{6,7} 
Capacitance

^{3} 
^{8} 
1^{st} Exam 

^{9} 
Current and Resistance

^{2} 
^{10,11} 
Circuits

^{2} 
^{11,12,13} 
Magnetic Fields

^{4} 
^{14} 
2^{nd} Exam 
^{Week #14} 
^{15,16} 
Induction and Inductance

^{3} 
Main References:
Fundamental of Physics , David Halliday, Robert Resnick & Jearl Walker, 10^{th} edition.
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Faculty / Department 
Mathematics and Computer Science/ Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Programme 
BEng in Engineering Sciences 
Subject title & code 
Statics (484101) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 

Prerequisite(s) 
Math 1, Phys 1 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Saeid Ansari Room : 329 AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. : Email : Ansari@bzte.ac.ir 
Subject Synopsis
In this course we deal with statics problems in Mechanics and study the analytical methods to solve such problems.
Timetable :
Wednesdays 810 (Room 203)
Wednesdays 1012 (Room 203)
Consultation hours: Wednesdays 13
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1 
Introduction to Statics

1 
1,2 
Force Systems

6 
3,4,5 
Equilibrium

10 
6,7,8,9 
Structures

10 
9,10,11,12 
Distributed Forces

12 
13,14 
Friction

6 
15,16 
Virtual Work

6 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
1^{st} Midterm exam 
20% 
Week 6 
2^{nd} Midterm exam 
20% 
Week 13 
Final exam 
60% 
Week 1719 
Main References
Statics, J. L. Meriam, L. G. Kraige, 7^{th} Edition
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Faculty / Department 
Department of Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Program 

Subject title & code 
Calculus II (452204) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 

Prerequisite(s) 
Calculus I 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Zeinab Foruzanfar Room : 200, Shahriari Building Contact no. : Email : z_foruzanfar@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis:
In this module, students are introduced with geometry of spaces, matrices, surfaces, vector functions, .
Timetable :
Monday 8 am 10 am (Room 412)
Monday 15:30 pm 17:30 pm (Room 412) (Odd Weeks)
Consultation hours:
Sunday (12pm17pm) in 2nd floor, Shahriari Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1 
Chapter one: Vector and analytical geometry 
4 
23 
Chapter two: An introduction to linear algebra 
4 
3 
Chapter three: Surfaces 
2 
45 
Chapter four: Vector functions 
4 
58 
Chapter five: Multivariable functions 
10 
913 
Chapter six: Double integral, triple integral and surface integral 
14 
1416 
Chapter seven: Topics on vector analysis 
8 
10 
Midterm Exam 
2 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Homework and activities 
10% 
WK#116 
Midterm exam 
30% 
WK#10 
Final exam 
60% 
WK#1719 
Main References
1. George B. Thomas, Maurice D. Weir, Joel R. Hass, Calculus: Multivariable, 12th Ed., Pearson, 2009.
2. Tom M. Apostol, Calculus, Vol. 2: MultiVariable Calculus and Linear Algebra with Applications to Differential Equations and Probability 2nd Ed., Wiley, 1969.
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Faculty / Department 
Department of Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Program 

Subject title & code 
Differential equations (522204) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 

Prerequisite(s) 
Calculus I 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Zeinab Foruzanfar Room : 200, Shahriari Building Contact no. : Email : z_foruzanfar@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis:
In this module, students are introduced with the methods of solving differential equations of degree one, two, or higher.
Timetable :
Monday 10 am 12 pm (Room 421)
Monday 13:30 pm 15:30 pm (Room 421) (Odd Weeks)
Consultation hours:
Sunday (12pm17pm) in 2nd floor, Shahriari Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 

Chapter one: First order equations 

17 
Definition of differential equations, methods of solving first order differential equations and their applications in finding families of curves 
22 

Chapter two: Second order linear equations 

810 
Methods of solving linear equations of order two or higher 
8 
11 
Midterm Exam 
2 

Chapter three: Laplace transforms and their applications 

1113 
Definition of Laplace transform, solving of differential equations and integral equations using Laplace transform 
8 

Chapter four: Linear equations systems 

14 
Solving of linear equations systems using Laplace transform 
2 

Chapter five: Power series solutions and special functions 

1516 
Finding solutions around ordinary and singular points (method of Frobenius), Legendre polynomials, properties of Bessel and Gamma functions 
6 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Homework and activities 
10% 
WK#116 
Midterm exam (Chapter one) 
30% 
WK#11 
Final exam 
60% 
WK#1719 
Main References
1. George F. Simmons, Differential equations with applications and historical notes, T. M. H. Ed., 1974.
2. William E. Boyce and Richard C. Diprima, Elementary differential equations and boundary value problems, Third Ed., John Wiley & Sons, 1977.
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Faculty / Department 
Physics and Engineering Sciences 
Program 
BEng in Industrial Engineering 
Subject title & code 
Physics 2 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
Fundamental 
Prerequisite(s) 
 
Semester 
95/96II 
Room : 2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. :  Email : f.ahmadi@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
This module presents the fundamental principles of classical electromagnetism. It covers such topics as Coulomb's laws, Gauss’s law, electrical potential, electrical current, magnetostatic. This module is provided for students who are expected to acquire a working knowledge of electrostatic and magnetostatic.
Timetable :
Saturday 13 15 (Room 311)
Saturday 15 17 (Room 311)
Consultation hours:
Saturday 10:00 12:00 (2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Contents 
Number of sessions 

COULOMB’S LAW 

1 

1 

Electric Fields 

2
3 

3 

Gauss’ Law 

4
5 

3 

Electric Potential 

6
7 

3 

CAPACITANCE 

8
9 

3 

Mid Term 

10 

2 

Current and Resistance 

11 

1 

Circuits 

12 

2 

Magnetic Fields 

13
14 

2 

Magnetic Fields Due to Currents 

14
15
16 

3 

Induction and Inductance 

16 

2 
Main References:
Fundamental of Physics , David Halliday, Robert Resnick & Jearl Walker, 10^{th} edition.
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Faculty / Department 
Physics and Engineering Sciences 
Program 
Mechanics 
Subject title & code 
Physics1 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
Fundamental 
Prerequisite(s) 

Semester 
95/96II 
Room : : 2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. : Email : f.ahmadi@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
This module presents the fundamental principles of classical mechanics. It covers such topics as Newton's laws of motion, kinematics, dynamics of a particle and the generalization to many body systems, conservation laws, collisions, angular momentum and torque. This module is provided for students who are expected to acquire a working knowledge of classical mechanics.
Timetable :
Sunday, 810 , 1012 even
Consultation hours:
Saturday 10:00 12:00 , 1315 odd (2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building)
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Contents 
Number of sessions 
1 
Measurement 
1 
1 
Vectors 
1 
2 
Motion Along a Straight Line 
1 
3 
Review & Summary & Questions (Motion Along a Straight Line) 
1 
3 
Motion in Two and Three DimensionsProjectile Motion 
1 
4 
Motion in Two and Three DimensionsUniform Circular Motion 
1 
5 
Review & Summary & Questions,Quiz1 (Motion in Two and Three Dimensions) 
1 
5 
Forces and MotionI 
1 
6 
Forces and MotionII  Friction 
1 
7 
Forces and MotionII – Uniform Circular motion 
1 
7 
Review & Summary & Questions (Forces and Motion) 
1 
8 
Midterm 

9 
Kinetic Energy and Work 
1 
9 
Review & Summary & Questions (Kinetic Energy and Work) 
1 
10 
Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy Potential Energy 
1 
11 
Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy Mechanical Energy 
1 
11 
Review & Summary & Questions (Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy) 
1 
12 
Center of Mass 
1 
13 
Linear Momentum, Conservation of Linear Momentum

1 
13 
Collision and Impulse 
1 
14 
Review & Summary & Questions, Quiz2 (Center of Mass and Linear Momentum) 
1 
15 
Rotational Variables Kinetic Energy of Rotation and Calculating the Rotational Inertia 
1 
15 
Work and Rotational Kinetic Energy 
1 
16 
Review & Summary & Questions, Quiz3 (Rotation) 
1 
Main References:
Fundamental of Physics , David Halliday, Robert Resnick & Jearl Walker, 10^{th} edition.
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Faculty / Department 
Physics and Engineering Sciences 
Program 
Physics 
Subject title & code 
Electromagnetic 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
Discipline Core 
Prerequisite(s) 
Physics II 
Semester 
95/96II 
Room : 2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. : Email : f.ahmadi@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
Electromagnetism is a branch of physics involving the study of the electromagnetic force, a type of physical interaction that occurs between electrically charged particles. The electromagnetic force usually exhibits electromagnetic fields such as electric fields, magnetic fields, and light and is one of the four fundamental interactions (commonly called forces) in nature. The other three fundamental interactions are the strong interaction, the weak interaction, and gravitation.
Timetable :
Saturday 810, 1315 even
Consultation hours
Saturday 1012 odd, 1315 odd
Sunday 1012 even, 1315 odd
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1 
Vector 


Electrostatic 

2 
Coulomb’s Law, Gauss’s Law 
4 
3 
Poisson and Laplace Equation 
4 
4 
Poisson and Laplace Equation, one dimension 
2 
4 
Poisson and Laplace Equation two dimension 
2 
5 
Method of Image 
2 

Electrostatic of Dielectric Media 

6 
Polarization 
2 
6 
Gauss’s Law in Dielectric Media 
2 
7 
Electric Susceptibility 
2 
8 
BoundaryValue Problems 
4 

Magnetostatics 

9 
Biot and Savart Law 
2 
10 
Vector Potential 
2 
10,11 
Magnetic Induction 
4 



12 
Magnetic Field 
2 
12 
Permeability 
2 
13,14 
Boundary Condition 
4 
14 
Amper’s Law 
2 

Maxwell Equation 

15,16 
Maxwell Equation 
4 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Quiz1 Vectors 
2% 
2 
Quiz2 Coulomb’s Law 
5% 
3 
Homework1 
2% 
4 
Homework2 
4% 
6 
Midterm Exam 
10% 
7 
Project 
10% 
915 
Homework3 
3% 
11 
Homework4 
4% 
15 
Final Exam 
60% 

Main References
Reitz, John R.; Milford, Frederick J.; Christy, Robert W. (2008). Foundations of Electromagnetic Theory (4th ed.)
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Faculty / Department 
: 
Mathematics and Computer Science/ Engineering physics 
Program 
: 
Engineering physics 
Subject title & code 
: 
Physics1 
Credit value 
: 
3 
Subject status 
: 
Discipline Core 
Prerequisite(s) 
: 
 
Semester 
: 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Arezu jahanshir Room : 200, Shahriari Building Contact no. :+9802833894600 Email :jahanshir@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
Mathematical physics refers to development of mathematical methods for application to problems in physics. Mathematical physics defines the field as "the application of mathematics to problems in physics and the development of mathematical methods suitable for such applications and for the formulation of physical theories".^{[1]} It is a branch of applied mathematics, but deals with physical problems
Timetable :
Sunday 13.3015\(odd) room 422, Thursday1012 room 202
Consultation hours:
Saturday, Sunday, Thursday Wednesday in 2nd floor, Shahriari Building
Course learning objectives:
: LO1 knowledge of the properties and rules of complex functions
: LO2 properties of functions in mathematics and physics and its analysis
: LO3 analysis of the type and characteristics of mathematical mappings and their applications
: LO4 study in physics, applied mathematics, such as Fourier series\
Weekly Schedule:
sessions 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1 
Analysis of physical quantities, dimensions and the role of physical quantities in science, engineering, systems Measurement Units and Standard 
2 
2 
Vector Analysis in the space of twodimensional and threedimensional fabric of spacetime described by classical physics and relativity
physics analysis

2 
3 
The structure of classical physics in mechanics and dynamics: Newton principles , the principles of classical Newtonian and relativistic physics

2 
4 
Description and analysis of mechanical and dynamical equations of Newton for rigid bodies, classic equations used in the analysis

2 
5 
Describe the mechanical equations of motion: Movement, accelerating and time dependency analysis

2 
6 
Static and dynamic analysis and problem solving

2 
7 
Mid Exam 
2 
8 
Static and dynamic analysis and problem solving 
2 
9 
Outlines the most commonly used parameters Dynamic torque impulse energy and conservation laws in classical 

10 
rolling and torsion, rotation motion 

11 
Analysis and application of the law of conservation of momentum in solving the workenergy classic systems


12 
torque and its application in engineering


13 
Describe the relationship between gradient and use it to express gradient force and potential energy


14 
Analysis of the center of gravity and center of gravity


15 
Relativity and lost in the mass of material movement system


16 
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 

Main References
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Faculty / Department 
Mathematics and Computer Science/ Engineering Sciences 
Program 
Engineering physics 
Subject title & code 
Physics1 
Credit value 
4 
Subject status 
Discipline Core 
Prerequisite(s) 
 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Arezu jahanshir Room : 200, Shahriari Building Contact no. :+9802833894600 Email :jahanshir@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
Physics –“knowledge of nature", is the natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion and behavior through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. One of the most fundamental scientific disciplines, the main goal of physics is to understand how the universe behaves. Physics is one of the oldest academic disciplines, perhaps the oldest through its inclusion of astronomy Over the last two millennia, physics was a part of natural philosophy along with chemistry, biology, and certain branches of mathematics, but during the scientific revolution in the 17th century, the natural sciences emerged as unique research programs in their own right. Physics intersects with many interdisciplinary areas of research, such as biophysics and quantum chemistry, and the boundaries of physics are not rigidly defined. New ideas in physics often explain the fundamental mechanisms of other sciences while opening new avenues of research in areas such as mathematics and philosophy.
Physics also makes significant contributions through advances in new technologies that arise from theoretical breakthroughs. For example, advances in the understanding of electromagnetism or nuclear physics led directly to the development of new products that have dramatically transformed modernday society, such as television, computers, domestic appliances, and nuclear weapons; advances in thermodynamics led to the development of industrialization, and advances in mechanics inspired the development of calculus.
Timetable :
I: Saturday 812 room 421
Consultation hours:
Saturday, Sunday, Thursday Wednesday in 2nd floor, Shahriari Building
Course learning objectives:
: LO1 preliminary analysis applications in mathematical physics: vector Cartesian spacethe space of two and three dimensions, deferential method and applications in physics
: LO2 of classical physics and modern physics
LO3 Analysis of the principles and laws of Newtonian mechanics and relativity difference
: LO4 mechanical analysis and dynamic movement of objects in the straightline and curved paths
: LO5 mechanical analysis and dynamic rotational motion, roll and roll
LO6: The Fundamentals of Thermodynamics
Weekly Schedule:
sessions 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1 
Analysis of physical quantities, dimensions and the role of physical quantities in science, engineering, systems Measurement Units and Standard 
2 
2 
Vector Analysis in the space of twodimensional and threedimensional fabric of spacetime described by classical physics and relativity
physics analysis

2 
3 
The structure of classical physics in mechanics and dynamics: Newton principles , the principles of classical Newtonian and relativistic physics

2 
4 
Description and analysis of mechanical and dynamical equations of Newton for rigid bodies, classic equations used in the analysis

2 
5 
Describe the mechanical equations of motion: Movement, accelerating and time dependency analysis

2 
6 
Static and dynamic analysis and problem solving

2 
7 
Mid Exam 
2 
8 
Static and dynamic analysis and problem solving 
2 
9 
Outlines the most commonly used parameters Dynamic torque impulse energy and conservation laws in classical 

10 
rolling and torsion, rotation motion 

11 
Analysis and application of the law of conservation of momentum in solving the workenergy classic systems


12 
torque and its application in engineering


13 
Describe the relationship between gradient and use it to express gradient force and potential energy


14 
Analysis of the center of gravity and center of gravity


15 
Relativity and lost in the mass of material movement system


16 
Fundamentals of Thermodynamics 

Main References
Physics 1,2, Holiday resenik, V0l 1 and 2,
Special relativity, resenik,
Special and general relativistic, albert Einstein
Policy on Plagiarism
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Faculty / Department 
Mathematics and Computer Science / Engineering Sciences and Physics 
Program 

Subject title & code 
Calculus II (522203) 
Credit value 
4 
Subject status 

Prerequisite(s) 
Calculus I 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Somayeh Bandari Room : Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building Contact no. : Email : somayeh.bandari@yahoo.com 
Module Synopsis: :
In this module, students are introduced with analytical geometry, vector functions, multivariable functions, multiple integrals, some topics in vector analysis, Infinite sequences and series, and complex numbers.
Timetable :
Sunday 1517 pm (Room 421)
Monday 810 am (Room 421)
Consultation hours:
Sunday 1315 pm Shahid Ahmadi Roshan Building
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 
1,2 
An introduction to linear algebra 
6 
2,3 
Vector and analytical geometry 
6 
4 
Vector functions and their derivative 
4 
57 
Multivariable functions and partial derivatives 
10 
711 
Multiple integrals 
14 
1113 
Vector analysis 
14 
1415 
Infinite sequences and series 
6 
1515 
Complex Numbers 
6 
10 
Midterm Exam 
2 
Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Homework and activities 
10% 
WK#116 
Midterm exam 
30% 
WK#10 
Final exam 
60% 
 
Main References
1. George B. Thomas, Maurice D. Weir, Joel R. Hass, Calculus and Analytic Geometry, 12th Ed., Pearson, 2009.
2. Tom M. Apostol, Calculus, Vol. 2: MultiVariable Calculus and Linear Algebra with Applications to Differential Equations and Probability 2nd Ed., Wiley, 1969.
Policy on Plagiarism
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Faculty / Department 
Physics and Engineering Sciences 
Program 
B Engineering Sciences 
Subject title & code 
Physics 2 (482205) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
Fundamental 
Prerequisite(s) 
 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Maryam Amirhoseiny Room : 2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. :  Email : Amirhoseiny_m@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis
This module presents the fundamental principles of classical mechanics. It covers such topics as Newton's laws of motion, kinematics, dynamics of a particle and the generalization to many body systems, conservation laws, collisions, angular momentum and torque. This module is provided for students who are expected to acquire a working knowledge of classical mechanics.
Timetable :
Saturday 10 12 (Room 422)
Saturday 13:30 15:30 (Room 422)
Consultation hours:
Saturday 10:00 12:00 (2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building)
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Contents 
Number of sessions 

COULOMB’S LAW 

1 

1 

Electric Fields 

2
3 

3 

Gauss’ Law 

4
5 

3 

Electric Potential 

6
7 

3 

CAPACITANCE 

8
9 

3 

Mid Term 

10 

2 

Current and Resistance 

11 

1 

Circuits 

12 

2 

Magnetic Fields 

13
14 

2 

Magnetic Fields Due to Currents 

14
15
16 

3 

Induction and Inductance 

16 

2 
Main References:
Fundamental of Physics , David Halliday, Robert Resnick & Jearl Walker, 10^{th} edition.
Policy on Plagiarism:
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Faculty / Department 
Physics & Engineering Sciences 
Program 
BSc in Engineering Physics 
Subject title & code 
Mathematical Methods for Physicists (522210) 
Credit value 
3 
Subject status 
Fundamental 
Prerequisite(s) 
Differential Equations 
Semester 
95/96II 
Lecturer : Dr. Sara Heshmatian Room : Second floor, AhmadiRoshan Building Contact no. :  Email : heshmatian@bzte.ac.ir 
Module Synopsis:
This course is provided the mathematical methods needed for the undergraduate students of engineering physics and focuses on problemsolving skills. Topics are essential to be studied for the students of physics and related fields. Vector analysis in flat and curved coordinates, tensor analysis, matrices and functions of complex variables are the main subjects of this course.
Timetable :
Monday 8 10 (Room 427)
Monday 10 12 (Room 427)
Consultation hours:
Saturday 10:00 12:00 (2^{nd} floor, AhmadiRoshan Building)
Weekly Schedule:
Week 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Lecture (hours) 


VECTOR ANALYSIS 


1,2 

6 


3,4 

6 


5,6 

6 


VECTOR ANALYSIS IN CURVED COORDINATES 


7,8 

6 


TENSOR ANALYSIS 


9,10 

6 


10 

2 


Midterm (Week 10) 


DETERMINANTS AND MATRICES 


11,12 

6 


13,14 

6 


15 

4 


FUNCTIONS OF A COMPLEX VARIABLE 


16 

4 

Assessment Plan:
Assessment 
Weight 
Date / Duration 
Quiz I (Vector Analysis) 
%5 
Week 6 
Midterm (Vector Analysis and Vector Analysis in Curved Coordinates) 
%20 
Week 10 
Assignment I (Vector Analysis and Vector Analysis in Curved Coordinates) 
%2.5 
Week 10 
Quiz II (Tensor Analysis, Determinants and Matrices) 
%5 
Week 15 
Assignment II (Tensor Analysis, Determinants and Matrices) 
%2.5 
Week 15 
Group Research Project 
%5Max: 
During weeks 815 
Final Exam (All Chapters) 
%60 
During weeks 1719 
Main References:
Mathematical Methods for Physicists by Arfken, Weber and Harris, Sixth Edition.
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]]>Faculty / Department  Civil Engineering, Architecture and urban planning 
Program  Civil Engineering 
Subject title & code  Principles of Dam Engineering 
Credit value  2 
Subject status  
Prerequisite(s)  Hydraulics and Soil Mechanics 
Semester  952 
Lecturer : Majid Galavi 
Module Synopsis
The increased development and expansion of the population in the Nations watershed have created need to develop more water supply. In many areas the existing water cannot meet these needs. Several options are available to provide additional water. The simplest and the most cost efficient is consulting the dams.
The objective of this title is to present guidance on the design, construction and performance monitoring of dams.
Timetable :
Mondays and Tuesdays
Consultation hours: Every Day 1213
Weekly Schedule:
Lecture (hours) 
Topics to be covered (in accordance with syllabus) 
Week 
2  Introduction  1 
2  Dam Statues  2 
2  Architecture in dams  3 
2  Hydraulic in Dam  4 
2  Standards in dam Deign  5 
2  Standards in dam Deign  6 
2  Movies And slides  7 
2  Stabilization in Dams  8 
2  Movies And slides  9 
2  Dam loading  10 
2  Standards in dam implementation  11 
8  Excursions  12 
2  dam implementation  13 
2  dam implementation  14 
2  Dam operation and maintenance  15 
2  Q&A  16 
Assessment Plan:
Date / Duration  Weight  Assessment 
_  Quiz 1  
_  Quiz 2  
10  Excursion Report  
89  20  Project 
70  Final exam 
Main References
 Advanced Dam engineering R.B Janson
 General design and construction dams US Army Corps of Engineers
Policy on Plagiarism
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