LESSON PLAN


 

SUBJECT: APPLIED PHYSICS-I

ETPH: 103     

ACADEMIC PLAN FOR I-SEMESTER (2015 onwards)

 

         

 

 

TOTAL TEACHING WEEK IN SEMESTER: 16 WEEKS

TOTAL LECTURES CLASSES AVAILABLE: 32

TOTAL TUTORIAL CLASSES AVAILABLE: 16

CREDITS: 03

TOPICS

LECTURE

TUTORIAL

 

 

UNIT I:- INTERFERNCE

  1. Introduction: Definition, Huygen’s principle, path difference, phase difference, fringe width, types of sources, types of interference(Division of wave front and division of amplitude)

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  1. Fresnel’s biprism, white light fringes, Parallel thin film.

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  1. Wedge shaped film (No derivation). formation Newton’s Rings

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  1. Determination of wavelength and refractive index, white light fringes in Newton’s Rings

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DIFFRACTION

 

 

  1. Introduction: Definition, difference between Fresnel and Fraunhoffer diffraction

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  1. Fraunhoffer diffraction due to single slit (using Phasor notation)

1

  1. Diffraction due to N-slits, Transmission diffraction grating,

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  1. Absent spectra, Resolving power & dispersive power (No derivation), Determination of wavelength using grating

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UNIT II:- POLARIZATION

 

 

  1. Introduction: Production of plane polarised light by different methods, Brewster’s law & Malus law(definition only), optic axis, plane of polarisation, plane of vibration, uniaxial crystal(positive and negative and their wavefronts)

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  1. Double refraction, Nicol prism(construction ,working and limitations)

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  1. Quarter wave plate, Half wave plate, production of plane , circular and elliptically polarised light

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  1. Specific rotation, Laurent’s half shade  polarimeter

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LASER

 

  1. Principle of laser ,Spontaneous and stimulated emission

 

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  1. Einstein’s coefficients, He-Ne laser

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FIBER OPTICS

 

 

  1. Introduction, Step index and graded index fibre, single mode and multi mode fiber.

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  1. Acceptance angle and numerical aperture, Pulse dispersion mechanism (No derivation),

 

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CLASS TEST

 

 

UNIT III:- THEORY OF RELATIVITY

 

 

  1. Introduction, Frame of reference, Galilean transformation

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  1. Michelson-Morley experiment.

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  1. Postulates of special theory of relativity, Lorentz transformations.

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1

  1. Length contraction, Time dilation

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  1. Mass energy relation

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ULTRASONICS

 

 

  1. Introduction of Ultrasonic wave, Properties of ultrasonics

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  1. Production of ultrasonics by magnetostriction and Piezoelectric methods.

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  1. Applications of ultrasonics

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UNIT IV:- NUCLEAR PHYSICS

  1. Nuclear forces, Radioactivity – definition, law of radioactive disintegration, half life, mean life,           radio isotopes and their uses

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  1. α – decay, β – decay, γ - decay

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  1. Conservation laws, disintegration energy, Q – value, threshold energy,

1

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  1. Theory of nuclear fission, liquid drop model, controlled chain reaction and nuclear reactor

2

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  1. Nuclear fusion, Stellar thermo nuclear reaction, comparison between fission and fusion

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1

  1. Particle accelerators: linear accelerator, cyclotron

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  1. Radiation detector: ionisation chamber, GM counter

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Text Books:

[T1]. Arthur Beiser, ‘Concepts of Modern Physics’, [McGraw-Hill], 6th Edition 2009

[T2]. H.K. Malik & A. K. Singh ‘Engineering Physics’ [McGraw-Hill], 1st Edition, 2009.

Reference Books:

[R1]. A. Ghatak ‘Optics’, TMH, 5th Edition, 2013

[R2]. G. Aruldhas ‘Engineering Physics’ PHI 1st Edition, 2010.

[R3]. Fundamentals of Optics: Jenkins and White, Latest Edition

[R4]. C. Kittle, “Mechanics”, Berkeley Physics Course, Vol. - I.

[R5]. Feynman “The Feynman lectures on Physics Pearson Volume 3 Millennium

Edition, 2013                 

[R6]. Uma Mukhrji ‘Engineering Physics’ Narosa, 3rd Edition, 2010.

[R7]. A. S.Vasudeva, ‘Modern Engineering Physics’, S. Chand, 6th Edition, 2013.

[R8]. Irving Kaplan ‘Nuclear Physics’ Latest Edition.

 
 

ACADEMIC LESSON PLAN FOR I SEMESTER 2013-2014

SUBJECT: APPLIED CHEMISTRY                             SUBJECT CODE: ETCH – 113

TOTAL TEACHING WEEKS: 15 WEEKS                               L   T   CREDITS

TOTAL LECTURE CLASSES : 30                                           2    1     3                                

TOTAL TUTORIAL CLASSES : 15                                     

S. No.

Topics to be Covered

No. of  Lect.

No. of Tut.

 

Unit I: FUELS (8 hrs)

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 Definition, Classification, calorific value of fuels (gross and net)

 Determination of calorific value of fuels, bomb calorimeter, (Related Numericals)

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 Boy’s Gas Calorimeter, Dulong’s Formula ,(Related Numericals)

 Solid Fuels – Proximate and ultimate analysis , Related numerical

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 High & Low temperature carbonization, Manufacture of coke (Otto – Hoffmann oven)

 Combustion of Fuels  (Related Numericals) and Numericals related to Flue Gas Analysis (dry product estimation).

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 Cracking – Thermal & catalytic cracking,

 Octane & Cetane No. and its significance.

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                                                 Unit II -A: CATALYSIS (4 hrs)

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 Catalyst and its Characteristics, types of catalysts, Concept of promoters, inhibitors and poisons.

Application of catalysts for industrially important processes

Theories of Catalysis: Intermediate compound formation theory, adsorption or contact theory

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Types , Kinetics and  Mechanisms of acid-base catalysis , Autocatalysis

 Types, Kinetics and Mechanisms of Enzyme catalysis (Michaelis-Menten Equation).  Catalysis by metal salts(Wilkinson’s Catalyst), Heterogeneous catalysis (Langmuir-Hinshelwood mechanism

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                                                           II MID TERM TEST  ( 6 Weeks)

 

 

   

UNIT II-B: THE PHASE RULE  (3 HRS)

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 Defination of different Terms, Gibb’s Phase Rule and its derivation

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 Application of phase rule to one component system- The water system

Application of phase rule to  two component system- Lead-Silver System (Pattison’s Process)

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                                                       UNIT III  WATER (8 hrs )

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 Introduction and specifications of water 

Hardness and its determination (EDTA method only) , Related  Numericals

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Alkalinity and its determination , Related Numericals

 Boiler feeed Water , Boiler Problem : Scale , Sludge , Priming and Foaming , Caustic Embrittlement and Corrosion : Causes and Prevention

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 Water softening by Internal Treatment: Carbonate &Phosphate Conditioning , Colloidal and Calgon Conditioning .

 Water Softening by External  Treatment : Lime Soda Process and related numerical

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  Zeolite & Ion-Exchange Process.

  Reverse Osmosis, Electro-dialysis, Disinfection by break-point chlorination.

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UNIT IV: CORROSION AND ITS CONTROL (7 HRS)

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 Causes, effects & consequences; Chemical or Dry corrosion & its mechanism (Pilling-Bedworth Rule)

Electrochemical or Wet Corrosion & Its mechanism

Rusting of Iron Passivity, Galvanic series, Galvanic Corrosion

Soil Corrosion Pitting Corrosion, Concentration Cell or Differential Aeration Corrosion, Stress Corrosion.

Factors Influencing Corrosion: Nature of metal and nature of corroding environment

Protective measures: Galvanization, Tinning

Cathodic Protection, Sacrificial Anodic protection, Electroplating, Electrolessplating

Prevention of Corrosion by Material selection & Design.

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