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DECODE-Engineering Physics JNTU-H B.TECH R18

A. H. Bhapkar ISBN-9789333220491
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UNIT-I : Introduction to Mechanics
Transformation of scalars and vectors under Rotation transformation, Forces in Nature, Newton’s laws and its completeness in describing particle motion, Form invariance of Newton’s second law, Solving Newton’s equations of motion in polar coordinates, Problems including constraints and friction, Extension to cylindrical and spherical coordinates. (Chapter - 1)
UNIT-II : Harmonic Oscillations
Mechanical and electrical simple harmonic oscillators, Complex number notation and phasor representation of simple harmonic motion, Damped harmonic oscillator : heavy, critical and light damping, Energy decay in a damped harmonic oscillator, Quality factor, Mechanical and electrical oscillators, Mechanical and electrical impedance, Steady state motion of forced damped harmonic oscillator, Power observed by oscillator. (Chapter - 2)
UNIT-III : Waves in One Dimension
Transverse wave on a string , The wave equation on a string , Harmonic waves, Reflection and transmission of waves at a boundary, Impedance matching , Standing waves and their Eigen frequencies , Longitudinal waves and the wave equations for them, Acoustic waves and speed of sound, Standing sound waves. (Chapter - 3)
UNIT-IV : Wave Optics
Huygen’s principle, Superposition of waves and interference of light by wave front splitting and amplitude splitting, Young’s double slit experiment, Newton’s rings, Michelson’s interferometer, Mach-Zehnder interferometer, Frunhofer diffraction from a single slit and circular aperture, Diffraction grating- resolving power. (Chapter - 4)
UNIT-V : Lasers and Fibre Optics
Lasers : Introduction to interaction of radiation with matter, Coherence, Principle and working of Laser, Population inversion, Pumping, Types of Lasers : Ruby laser, Carbon dioxide () laser, He-Ne laser, Applications of laser. Fibre Optics : Introduction, Optical fibre as a dielectric wave guide, Total internal reflection, Acceptance angle, Acceptance cone and Numerical aperture, Step and Graded index fibres, Losses associated with optical fibres, Applications of optical fibres. (Chapter - 5)

 

UNIT-I : Introduction to Mechanics
Transformation of scalars and vectors under Rotation transformation, Forces in Nature, Newton’s laws and its completeness in describing particle motion, Form invariance of Newton’s second law, Solving Newton’s equations of motion in polar coordinates, Problems including constraints and friction, Extension to cylindrical and spherical coordinates. (Chapter - 1)
UNIT-II : Harmonic Oscillations
Mechanical and electrical simple harmonic oscillators, Complex number notation and phasor representation of simple harmonic motion, Damped harmonic oscillator : heavy, critical and light damping, Energy decay in a damped harmonic oscillator, Quality factor, Mechanical and electrical oscillators, Mechanical and electrical impedance, Steady state motion of forced damped harmonic oscillator, Power observed by oscillator. (Chapter - 2)
UNIT-III : Waves in One Dimension
Transverse wave on a string , The wave equation on a string , Harmonic waves, Reflection and transmission of waves at a boundary, Impedance matching , Standing waves and their Eigen frequencies , Longitudinal waves and the wave equations for them, Acoustic waves and speed of sound, Standing sound waves. (Chapter - 3)
UNIT-IV : Wave Optics
Huygen’s principle, Superposition of waves and interference of light by wave front splitting and amplitude splitting, Young’s double slit experiment, Newton’s rings, Michelson’s interferometer, Mach-Zehnder interferometer, Frunhofer diffraction from a single slit and circular aperture, Diffraction grating- resolving power. (Chapter - 4)
UNIT-V : Lasers and Fibre Optics
Lasers : Introduction to interaction of radiation with matter, Coherence, Principle and working of Laser, Population inversion, Pumping, Types of Lasers : Ruby laser, Carbon dioxide () laser, He-Ne laser, Applications of laser. Fibre Optics : Introduction, Optical fibre as a dielectric wave guide, Total internal reflection, Acceptance angle, Acceptance cone and Numerical aperture, Step and Graded index fibres, Losses associated with optical fibres, Applications of optical fibres. (Chapter - 5)

 

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