Physics for Engineers - 1 (1)

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This unique free application is for all students across the world.

This unique free application is for all students across the world.

This unique free application is for all students across the world. It covers 72 topics of Physics-I in detail. These 72 topics are divided in 6 units.

Each topic is around 600 words and is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations along with simple text explaining the concept in detail.

This USP of this application is "ultra-portability". Students can access the content on-the-go from anywhere they like.

Basically, each topic is like a detailed flash card and will make the lives of students simpler and easier.

Some of topics Covered in this application are:

1. Introduction of Theory of Relativity

2. Inertial & non-inertial frames

3. Non-inertial frame and Fictitious forces

4. Michelson- Morley experiment

5. The postulates of special theory of Relativity

6. Lorentz Transformation

7. Simultaneity

8. Length contraction & Time dilation

9. The Relativistic Addition of Velocity

10. Twin Paradox

11. Relativistic momentum

12. Relativistic Energy

13. Interference: Superposition of Waves

14. Superposition of waves with different polarization: Interference

15. Superposition of waves of slightly different wavelengths and frequency: Interference

16. Intensity distribution

17. System for observing interference phenomenon: Fresnel Biprism

18. Newton's Ring

19. Conditions for Interference

20. Classification of Interference Phenomenon

21. Division of Amplitude

22. Classification of fringes

23. Michelson interferometer

24. Febry-Perot Interferometer

25. Engineering applications of Interference phenomenon

26. Twymann-Green Interferometer

27. Measurement of thickness of thin film

28. Optics: Diffraction

29. classes of Diffraction

30. Analysis of Diffraction pattern due to single slit

31. Diffraction by double slit

32. Distribution of intensity on screen

33. Intensity distribution in diffraction pattern by Grating

34. Resolving Power of Grating and other Image forming system

35. Resolving power of image forming systems: Telescope and Microscope

36. Diffraction by multiple slits: Diffraction Grating

37. Electromagnetic Spectrum

38. Electromagnetic wave as the transverse wave: phase factor

39. Electromagnetic waves at the interface of two dielectric mediums

40. Fresnel's equations

41. Brewster's angle

42. Randomly polarized light

43. Representation of polarized light in Jones calculus

44. Circularly polarized light

45. Change of polarization at metallic surface

46. Elliptically polarized light

47. Polarization of light by reflection

48. Phenomena of double refraction

49. Propagation of light through birefringent crystal

50. Retardation Plate

51. Quarter wave plate

52. INTRODUCTION: LASER

53. Spontaneous and stimulated emission of radiation

54. RELATION BETWEEN EINSTEIN A AND B COEFFICIENTS

55. Population Inversion

56. Main Features of laser

57. HELIUM-NEON LASER

58. Ruby Laser

59. APPLICATIONS OF LASER

60. Basic Concepts: holography

61. principle of holography

62. Holography Applications

63. Optical Fibres characterstics

64. Fibre design issues

65. Fibre attributes

66. Numerical aperture

67. Cables attributes: Attenuation

68. Link attributes

69. Types of fibers: Multimode optical fibres

70. Types of fibers: Single-mode optical fibres

71. Signal loss in optical fiber and dispersion

72. Optical Fiber Communications

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