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 Product ID : CRS30 Select your currency mode Euro Dollar Rupees Engineering Physics This course deals with concepts and applications of Engineering Physics. This course is divided into 5 units of equal weightage. Illustrative examples follow each new concept. We include quizes which help learner to understand the depth of the basic concepts and devise new applications. Unit 1.1: Development of Quantum Physics Origin of Quantum Hypothesis, Black Body, Black Body Radiation, Black Body Energy Distribution, Rayleigh - Jean’s Law, Wien’s Law, Stefan’s Law, Conclusion Unit 1.2: Planck‘s Approach and Black Body Radiation Introduction, Planck’s Approach, Comparison between Classical & Quantum Oscillator, Radical Assumption of Planck’s Approach, Importance of Planck’s Approach Unit 1.3: De Broglie's Hypothesis and Matter Introduction, De Broglie’s Approach, Experimental Confirmation, Bragg’s Diffraction, Davisson and Germer Experiment, Other Experimental confirmation of matter waves Unit 1.4: Phase Velocity and Group Velocity Wave Packet, Phase Velocity, Group Velocity, Relation between Phase Velocity and Group Velocity, Particle as Wave Packet, Phase and Group Velocity in Classical Mechanics, Phase and Group Velocity in Relativistic Mechanics, Conclusion Unit 1.5: X ray Scattering and Compton's Effect Compton Effect, Compton’s Scattering, Relativistic explanation of Compton Effect, Compton’s Wavelength, Conclusion Unit 1.6: Heisenberg Principle and its Application Introduction, Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, Application of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle Unit 1.7: Schrodinger Wave Equation Introduction, Operators and State Functions, Schrodinger Equation, Eigen Value and Eigen Functions, Interpretation of Wave Function, Normalization Condition Unit 1.8: Application of Schrodinger‘s Wave Equation Introduction, Free particle in one dimension, Particle in one dimensional box, Particle in three dimensional box. Unit 1.9: Step Potential and its Application Introduction, Potential step, Application, Rectangular potential barrier, Application of Boundary condition, Wave Function, Application of tunneling effect Unit 1.10: Rectangular Lattice and Kronig Penny Model Introduction, Rectangular Lattice, Bloch’s Theorem, Kronig Penny Model Unit 1.11: Three Quantum Statistics Introduction, Brillouin’s Comment, Phase Space, Microstates and Macrostate, Maxwell Boltzmann Statistics, Bose – Einstein Statistics, Fermi – Dirac Statistics Unit 1.12: Bose - Einstein Statistics Photon Gas Introduction, Density of States, Photon Gas, Quasi Particles Unit 1.13: Fermi Dirac Statistics - Fermi Gas Introduction, Free electron gas, Fermi gas, Effect of temperature Unit 2.1: Introduction to Interference of Light Introduction, Meaning of Interference phenomena, Understanding of light propagation, Young’s principle of superposition, Wave front, Huygens's theory, Coherence Unit 2.2: Double Slit and Biprism Experiment Introduction, Acoustic simulation of interference, Young’s double slit experiment, First Slit S, Double slit, Intensity Distribution, Conditions for Sustained interference, Wave in the same direction, Fresnel’s Biprism experiments, Determination of wavelength Unit 2.3: Thin Film Interference Introduction, Stoke’s Treatment of Reflection and Transmission, Thin Film Interference Phenomena Unit 2.4: Newton‘s Ring Experiment & Wedge Film Introduction, Wedge shape film, Newton‘s rings experiment, Theory of circular fringes, Transmission mode, Applications, Determination of wavelength Unit 2.5: Michelson Interferometer Michelson interferometer, Case of inclined mirror plates, White light fringes, Application of Michelson interferometer Unit 2.6: Introduction to Diffraction of Light Diffraction, Classification of diffraction, Single slit diffraction Unit 2.7: Plane Transmission Grating Introduction, Theory of n – slits, working of transmission grating, Comparison of prismatic and grating spectra. Unit 2.8: Resolving Power Objective, Lord Rayleigh’s approach, Resolution Limit, Resolving power of Grating, Resolving power of prism Unit 2.9 : Introduction to Polarization Introduction, Concept of Polarization, Electromagnetic wave nature of light, Method of production of plane polarized light, Plane polarization by reflection, Brewster’s Law, Polarizer and Analyzer, Law of Malus Unit 2.10: Double Refraction Discovery of double refraction, Huygens’s Theory of Double Refraction, Nicol Prism, Dichroism and Tourmaline Crystal Unit 2.11: Application and Analysis of Polarized light General observations on polarization of light, Retardation plates, Superposition of two plane polarized waves, Analysis of light Unit 3.1:Introduction and Laser Classification Introduction, Absorption of Radiation, Pumping, Active Medium, Chart for different lasers and different pumping methods. Unit 3.2: Laser Fundamentals Introduction, Principle of Laser, Main Components of Laser, Design and Actions of Optical, Resonator, Laser Rate Equations, Laser Output. Unit 3.3: Main Properties of Laser Introduction, Intensity, Brightness, Short-Pulse-Duration, Directionality and Focusability, Coherence, Transverse and Longitudinal Modes, Monochromaticity. Unit 3.4: Types of Laser Introduction, Ruby Laser, Nd - YAG and Nd – Glass LASER, Helium – Neon Laser, Carbon – dioxide LASER Unit 3.5: Semiconductor Laser Introduction, Semiconductor Laser & its working, Optical Pumping, Photon-Semiconductor interaction, Threshold current for p-n junction diode laser Unit 3.6: Applications of Laser Introduction, Industrial Applications, Medical Applications, Isotope Separation, Pico-second , Pulses, Laser Tracking and range finding, Remote Sensing, I.T. and Communication Unit 3.7: Non Linear Optics Birth of New Science, Waves and Medium – Linearity, Laser Intensity and non-linear wave equation, Non Linear optical phenomena Unit 3.8: Holography New Science of Holography, In-line Holography, Holography, Theory of Holograms, Off – line Holography, Properties of holograms, Holographic Recording Media, Mass Replication of Holograms, Other Applications Unit 3.9: Optical Fiber Development History, Charles Kao’s contribution, Optical Fibers, Fiber loss equation, Losses in decibels and fractions, Attenuation and wavelength, Optical fiber cable Unit 3.10: Fiber Optics Introduction, Light propagation in fibers, Light propagation in the core, Mathematical model of energy capture, Incident energy and trapped energy, Energy retained in core, Light gathering power and numerical aperture, Acceptance cone of light – angle, Requirement for long distance communication, Maximum time and minimum time of travel, Time of travel along the axis, c and dispersion , Methods to improve pulse dispersion effect, Ray propagation in Graded index fiber, Parabolic index fiber, Invariant of ray path, Bending of fibers Unit 4.1: Semiconductors & Classification Introduction, Definition of Semiconductor, Development of semiconductor technology initial phase, Classification of Semiconductor, Elemental and Compound semiconductors, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Semiconductor, Semiconducting property in organic material, Amorphous Semiconductor, Liquid Semiconductor, Quantum dots Wires and wells, Semiconductor Heterosturctures, Strained Super lattices Unit 4.2: Band Formation in Solids Band Theory of Solid, Part A - Atom atom interactions, Part B, Free Electron Gas, Fermi Dirac Distribution Unit 4.3: Kronig Penney Model & Band Gap Engineering Atom Atom Interaction, Exchange Interaction, Crystal Space lattice, Rectangular Lattice, Bloch’s Theorem (part I), Kronig Penny Model (part II), Band Gap Engineering. Unit 4.4: Fermi-Dirac Statistics for Semiconductor Introduction, Fermi-Dirac Statistics for a Semiconductor, Statistics for Excess Electrons and Holes, Charge Neutrality condition, Statistics for Extrinsic Semiconductor, Energy Levels Due to Impurities, Distribution of Quantum States, Effect of High Density of Impurities, Electrons and Hole Concentration, Law Of Mass Action Unit 4.5: Electrons & Holes in Semiconductor Review of previous lessons, Effective number of Quantum States and Occupancy, Extrinsic semiconductor and charge-neutrality condition, Effective mass of electrons and holes, Effective mass – Pragmatic concept, Table of effective mass, Fermi level, Direct and Indirect band gap, Band gap and optical transition. Unit 4.6: Transport Phenomena in Semiconductor Formation Bloch – Waves in semiconductors – electron And Hole Motion In Semiconductors, Effectiveness Of Particle Concept, Drift Velocity, Mobility, Transport Property, Conductivity Equation, Hall Effect, Recombination Rate. Unit 4.7: Development of PN Junction & Space Charge Formation of p-n junction, Ohmic contact, Properties of p-n junction, Equilibrium p-n junction, Built in voltage, Equilibrium Fermi-level, Space charge – Depletion layer – width, Forward bias, Reverse bias, Break down. Unit 4.8: Properties of PN Junction & Shockley Equation Properties Of p-n Junction, Depletion Layer Capacitance, Linearity Graded Junction, Built-In-Voltage And Capacitance, Diffusion Capacitance, Current-Voltage Relation, Shockley Equation, Generation-Recombination Process, Junction Break Down Unit 4.9: Properties of Bulk Effect Devices Technology breads new science, Classification of devices, Bulk-effect Devices, Hall-effect-Devices, Photoconductor, Recombination process, Role of Trap Centre's, Absorption spectrum and frequency response, Photoconductor Devices Unit 4.10: PN Junction Diodes and Devices Introduction, Technical aspects of p-n junction diodes, p-n junction Diode as rectifier, Germanium and Silicon Rectifier Diodes, Voltage Regulator, Varistor, Varactor, Fast-Recovery Diode, Charge – Storage Diode Unit 4.11: Semiconductor Laser Introduction, Semiconductor Laser & it’s working, Optical Pumping, Photon-Semiconductor interaction, Threshold current for p-n junction diode laser Unit 4.12: Nano Science & Nanotechnology Nanoscience and nanotechnology, Advanced techniques of microscopy and spectroscopy , Main characteristics of nanoscience, Methods of developing nanomaterials, Sol-gel method, Emergence of new disciplines of science and engineering, Carbon – nano objects, Inorganic nano-objects, Reservation and ethical issues, Gray – goos, Feynmann’s vision Unit 5.1: Discovery of Radio Activity and it’s Laws Introduction, Becquerel‘s Rays, Laws of Radio-active decay, Old and Modern methods of Designation, Nuclear Disintegration and Conservation Laws, Radioactive series. Unit 5.2: Nuclear Detectors Introduction, The Nuclear Emulsion, Ionization Chambers and Counters, The Cloud Chamber, Bubble chamber, The scintillation counter, Cerenkov Counter, Spark Chamber, The Coincidence Technique. Unit 5.3: The Atomic Nucleus and it’s Properties Introduction, Characterization and classification of Nuclei, Nuclear Isomerism, Nuclear size, Nuclear mass, Nuclear density, Nuclear spin and nuclear magnetic moment. Unit 5.4: Stability of Nucleus Introduction, Binding Energy Curve, Neutron-proton number ratio, Odd-evenness of neutron – proton numbers, Magic Number, Doubly Magic Nuclei. Unit 5.5: Nuclear Models Mystery of the Nucleus, Empirical Neutron-Proton Model, Modified Regression Model, Alpha Particle Model, Liquid Drop Model, Semi-empirical mass formula SE MF, Modification of SEMF – Saturation effect, Shell Model of the Nucleus, Woods Saxon Potential, Success of Shell Model, Limitations. Unit 5.6: Other Nuclear Models Introduction, Closed-Packed Spheron Model of Linus Pauling, 2D lsing Model, Single Nucleon Model of the Nucleus, Collective Model of the Nucleus, Fermi-Gas Model of the Nucleus, Layer model of the nucleus, Nilsson’s Model, Consistency. Unit 5.7: Nuclear Reactions Introduction, Nuclear Reactions – Basics and classification, Designation of nuclear-reaction, Conservation Laws Governing Nuclear Reactions, Q values of nuclear reactions, Nuclear Reaction cross-section, Complex Nature of Nuclear Reactions. Unit 5.8: Particle Accelerators: Marvels of Engineering Introduction, Initial Development, Marvels of Engineering: Large Hadron Collider, Major Discoveries due to Accelerators, List of Major Discoveries using Particle Accelerators, Colliders, Particle Accelerators in India. Unit 5.9: Some Particle Accelerators Introduction, Van de Graaf Generator – Accelerator, Linear Particle Accelerator – LINAC, Cyclotron, Synchro-cyclotron, Synchrotron, Proton-synchrotron (PS), Betatron. Unit 5.10: Nuclear Fission and Chain Reaction Introduction, Nuclear Fission, Theoretical interpretation, Fission Products, Energy Release, Important characteristics of fission reaction, Uncontrolled chain reaction - Fission Bomb. Unit 5.11: Controlled Chain Reaction and Nuclear Reactors Introduction, Neutron Reaction cross-sections, Nuclear Reactor: Construction and Working, Reactor classification. Unit 5.12: Nuclear Fusion, Steller Source of Energy, Fusion Reactor Introduction, Important characteristics of fusion-reaction, Hydrogen-Helium fusion reaction, Controlled Fusion Reaction, Lawson Criteria, Product ne tc, Plasma confinement, Criteria for terrestrial reaction selection, List of fusion experiments, List of the various reactions. Unit 5.13: Elementary Particle Physics Introduction, Three families of particle, Four Forces, Statistical classification – Fermions, Hypothetical Particles, Composite Particle Classification, Other classification due to theories, Speed classification, Condensed matter classification, List of mesons and baryons. Unit 5.14: Mass Spectroscopy and its Application Introduction, Mass spectrometer – Thomson’s contribution, Aston’s Mass Spectrograph, Mass determination, Mass Standard, Details of Aston’s mass spectrograph, Bainbridge mass spectrograph, Other mass spectrograph. Complete Course Rs 8400 Add to Cart