Physics Group - I (3110011)   Old Code : 2110011

List of Practicals

Sr. Practical Title
1
Diffraction and interference experiments (from ordinary light or laser pointers); measurement of speed of light on a table top modulation; minimum deviation from a prism.
2
Measurement of the Distance using Ultrasonic Sensors.
3
Study of Object Detection using Ultrasonic Sensors.
4
Melde’s Experiment Transverse and Longitudinal Modes
5
To determine the frequency of given laser source.
6
Frequency of AC Supply-Sonometer method
7
Wavelength of Light -Diffraction GratingUsing LASER
8
Acoustic grating method set up for measurement of velocity of ultrasonic waves in liquid
9
Melde’s experiment
10
Resonator
11
Study of Damped Simple Harmonic Motion
12
Newton’s rings, Determination of using sodium light.
13
Calibration of Spectrometer & determination of unknown wavelength
14
Dispersive curve of a prism
15
Study of Fabry-Perot Etalon
16
Study of Lloyd’s Mirror
17
Study of Double Refraction in Calcite Prism
18
Virtual Heat & Thermodynamics Lab
19
Virtual Advanced Mechanics Lab
20
Virtual Laser Optics Lab
21
Virtual Harmonic Motion & Waves Lab
22
Virtual Optics Lab
23
Virtual Modern Physics Lab
24
Virtual Lab on oscillations
25
Virtual Physical Sciences Lab

Open Ended Problem
Aims:
1. To provide experience in laboratory based experimentation, data recording and analysis and drawing of conclusions.
2. To develop report writing skills for scientific material
3. To develop the ability to undertake investigations where, aspart of the exercise, the goals and methods have to be defined by the investigator.
4. To develop skills in literature searches and reviews.
Other
Students are free to select any area of science and technology may be based on their branches to define projects.
Some suggested projects are listed below:
1. Design:A working electric motor.
Area: Electricity and Magnetism
Using: 1. meter of bendable, insulated wire, asize "D" battery, a disk magnet, two paper clips, sand paper, wire strippers, masking tape.
2. Design: Computer based simulation/small calculation with help basic programming language based on Physics
Area: Computational physics 3. Design: A Hydraulic Jack works on the principle of Pascal’s law that states Area: Fluid Dynamics
Using: pokerand scissors, syringes, M-seal, inletpipes