Physics Group - I (3110011)   Old Code : 2110011

Syllabus

Sr. Topics Teaching Hours Module Weightage
1
MODULE 1: Properties of Matter
1. Concept of Load, Stress and Strain
2. Hook's Law
3. Stress-Strain Diagram
4. Ductility, Brittleness and Plasticity
5. Elastic behavior of solids
6. Working stress and factor of safety
7. Factors affecting elasticity
8. Types of Elasticity
9. Twisting couple on a cylinder or wire-shaft
10. Torsional Pendulum
11. Cantilever-Depression of Cantilever
12. Young's modulus by Cantilever
13. I-shape Griders
14. Viscosity and comparison of viscosities
7
19 %
2
MODULE 2: Waves, Motion and Acoustics
1. Simple Harmonic motion
2. Free, forced, resonance, damped and undamped vibration
3. Damped harmonic motion
4. Force vibration and amplitude resonance
5. Velocity resonance and energy intake
6. Wave motion, transverse and longitudinal vibration
7. Sound absorption and reverberation
8. Sabine's formula and usage (excluding derivation)
9. Acoustic of building
7
19 %
3
Module 3: Ultrasonic and Non distractive testing (NDT)
1. Ultrasonic waves
2. Properties of ultrasound
3. Production of ultrasonic waves : Piezoelectric and magnetostriction method
4. Detection of ultrasound
5. Application of ultrasound
6. Introduction of NDT
7. Advantages of NDT
8. NDT through ultrasound
9
25 %
4
Module 4: Superconductivity
1. Introduction of Superconductivity
2. Properties of superconductor
3. Effect of magnetic field
4. Meissner effect
5. Pressure effect
6. Impurity effect
7. Isotopic mass effect
8. Mechanism of Superconductivity : BCS Theory
9. Penetration depth : Magnetic field
10. Josephson's junction and its application
11. Application of superconductors
6
17 %
5
Module 5: Lasers
1. Properties of Laser
2. Einstein’s theory of matter radiation : A and B coefficients
3. Amplification of light by population inversion
4. Different types of lasers
5. gas lasers ( He-Ne) solid-state lasers(ruby)
6. Properties of laser beams: mono-chromaticity, coherence, directionality and brightness, laser speckles
7. Applications of lasers in science, engineering and medicinw
7
20 %