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Engineering Physics Syllabus details and with their marks distribution

Course Objectives:

Engineering Physics Provide the concept and knowledge of physics with the emphasis of present-day application. The background of Physics corresponding to proficiency certificate level is assumed.


From Chapter 1 - 10 marks
From Chapter 2,3 - 5 marks
From Chapter 4- 15 marks
From Chapter 5 - 5 marks
From Chapter 6 - 5 marks
From Chapter 7,8 - 30 marks
From Chapter 9 - 5 marks
From Chapter 10 - 5 marks

Note:- These marks may be changed.


1) Oscillation ( 7 h | 10 Marks )
  1. Mechanical Oscillation
  2. Free oscillation
  3. Damped oscillation
  4. Forced mechanical oscillation
  5. EM Oscillation: Free, Damped and Forced Electromagnetics oscillation
2) Wave Motion ( 2 h | ~5 Marks )
  1. Waves and Particles
  2. Progressive wave
  3. Energy, power, and intensity of a progressive wave
3) Acoustics ( 3 h | ~5 Marks)
  1. Reverberation
  2. Sabine's Law
  3. Ultrasound and its application
4) Physical Optics ( 12 h | 15 Marks )
  1. Interference
  2. Diffraction
  3. Polarization
5) Geometrics Optics ( 3h | 5 Marks )
  1. Lenses, Combination of lenses
  2. Cardinal Point
  3. Chromatic aberration
6) Laser and Fiber Optics ( 4 h | 5 Marks)
  1. Laser Production
  2. Fiber Optics
7) Electrostatics ( 8 h | ~30 Marks )
  1. Electric charge and Force
  2. Electric field and potential
  3. Electrostatics potential energy
  4. Capacitor, Capacitor with dielectric
  5. Charging and discharging of a capacitor
8) Electromagnetism ( 11 h | ~30 )
  1. Direct Current
  2. Magnetic fields
9) Electromagnetic waves ( 5 h | 5 Marks)
  1. Maxwell's equation
  2. Wave equations, speed
  3. E and B fields
  4. Continuity equation
  5. Energy transfer
10) Photon and matter waves ( 5 h | 5 Marks )
  1. Quantization of energy
  2. Electrons and Matter waves
  3. Schrodinger wave equation
  4. Probability distribution
  5. One dimensional potential well
  6. Uncertainty principle
  7. Barrier tunneling

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