Physics for Engineers - 1



This unique 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
53. Spontaneous and stimulated emission of radiation
55. Population Inversion
56. Main Features of laser
58. Ruby 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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