CSVTU Syllabus, Applied Physics (New)

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University Bhilai (C.G.)
Semester: B.E 1st & 2nd Semester Branch: Common to All Branches
Subject: Applied Physics (New) Code – 300218 (15)

Unit -1.Theory of Relativity
Space, time and motion, frame of reference, Galilean Transformation Outline of relativity, Michelson-Morley experiment, Special theory of Relativity, transformation of space and time, Time dilation, Doppler effect ,length contraction, addition of velocities, Relativistic mass: variation of mass with velocity, kinetic energy, equivalence of mass and energy, Relation between energy and momentum.
Unit -2.Nuclear Physics
Controlled and uncontrolled chain reaction, criteria of critical mass, nuclear reactor and its site selection & numericals ,nuclear forces, Nuclear fusion in stars . Introduction of elementary particles. Electron ballistic: Motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic field. Aston and Bainbridge mass spectrograph
Unit-3.Geometrical Optics:
Cardinal points of coaxial system of thin lenses, equivalent focal length, location and properties of cardinal points. eye piece (Ramsden & Hygen`s) Acoustics Magnetostriction oscillator and Piezo-electric oscillator for production of ultrasonic waves , wavelength of Ultrasonic waves and its engineering applications Basic requirements for an acoustically good hall. Reverberation and Sabine’s formula for reverberation time, Absorption coefficient and its measurement, Factors affecting architectural acoustics and their remedy.
Unit -4 .Wave Optics
wedge shaped films, Interferences by division of amplitude: Newton’s rings and its applications Interference by division of wave front: Fresnel’s bi prism, fringe width, diffraction grating, resolving power of grating ,

Unit- 5.Lasers
Temporal and spatial coherence of light wave Principle of laser, Laser characteristics, components of laser, Principle of Ruby, He-Ne & Nd -YAG lasers, application, basic concepts of Holography (only introductory part, No detail derivation) Fiber optics: Optical fibers; introduction & advantages, structure & classification, Option of propagation in fiber, attenuation & distortion, acceptance angle and cone, numerical aperture (only introductory part, No detail derivation).
1. Gaur and Gupta “Engineering Physics”
2. Avadhanulu and Kshirsagar “Engineering Physics”.
1. Jenkins and White: “Optics”, Mc Graw-Hill Book Company.
2. Singh R.B. : “Physics of Oscillations and Waves”
3. Ghatak A.K.: “Optics”
4. Mani and Mehta: “Modern Physics”, Affiliated East-West Press Pvt. Ltd, 1998.
5. Sanjeev Puri: Modern Physics, Narosa Pub. Co. 2004.
6. Kaplan: Nuclear Physics, Narosa Publishing, 1987.
7. Tyagrajan and Ghatak, “Laser”, Mac Millan ,2001
8. Brijlal and Subramaniam”Atomic and Nuclear Physics”

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