part from dealing with the Engineering Physics curriculum for all the branches of Engineering, the department of Engineering Physics is also engaged in dealing with the Material Science curriculum for ECE and EEE branches and E.M.field theory for EEE branch. For all these, the syllabus is prescribed by the Andhra University to which the college is affiliated. These syllabuses are being regularly revised and updated from time to time with the active involvement of the Department of Engg.Physics. At present the prescribed syllabus for different curriculum are as follows :

Heat and work, First law of thermodynamics and applications, Reversible and Irreversible processes, Carnot`s cycle and efficiency, Entropy, Entropy and 2nd law of thermodynamics, Entropy and Disorder, Entropy and Probability, Third law of thermodynamics (statement only).

Concept electric flux, Gauss law and applications, Electric potential, Potential and field strength, Potential due to point charge and dipole.

Magnetic field, Magnetic force on current, Torque on a current loop, Hall effect, Ampere`s law, B near a long wire, B for a solenoid, Biot - Savart law, B for a circular loop.

Faraday`s law of induction, Lenz`s law, Inductance, calculation of inductance, L R circuit, Induced magnetic fields, Displacement current and Maxwell`s equations.

Interference: Principle of superposition, Young`s experiment, coherence, Interference in thin films, wedge shaped film, Newton`s rings, Michelson`s interferometer, and its applications.

Diffraction: Single slit (Qualitative and quantitative treatment).

Polarization: Polarization by reflection, Refraction and Double refraction, Nicol`s prism, Quarter wave plate and half wave plate, Circular and elliptical polarization and Detection.

aneous and Stimulated emission, population inversion, Ruby laser, Gas laser, Semiconductor laser, Applications of lasers. Fibre optics, optical fibre and Total internal reflection, Acceptance angle and cone of a fibre. Fibre optics in communications and optical paths in fibres.

Production of ultrasonics by magnetostriction and piezo electric effects, Ultrasonics and diffraction pattern, Applications of Ultrasonics.

De Broglie\'s concept of matter waves, Uncertainity principle, Schrodinger wave equation, application to particle in a box.

Elementary concepts of Maxwell- Boltzmann, Bose-Einstein and Fermi-Dirac statistics(No derivation).

Free electron theory of metals, Band theory of solids, Kronig-Penny model, Metals, insulators and Semiconductors.

Superconductivity, Meissner effect, Types of superconductors and their applications.

1.PHYSICS by RESNICK and HALLIDAY Part I&II

2.Engineering Physics by D.G.Krishna Raju and V.Seeta Ramaiah

3.MODERN ENGINEERING PHYSIC by A.S. VASUDEVA

II/IV B.E Degree Examination

First Semester

(Common for Electrical & Electronics and communication Engineering)

(Effective from the admitted batch of 2004-2005)

1.Atoms and Aggregates of Atoms

2.Dielectric Properties of Insulators in Static Fields

3.Behavior of Dielectric in Alternating Fields

4.Magnetic properties of Materials

Part-I : Preparatory Discussions

Part-II : Atomic Interpretation of Magnetic Properties of Materials

5.The Conductivity of Metals

6.The Mechanism of Conduction in Semiconductors

7.Junction Rectifiers and Transistors

1. Lee\'s method - Determination of the coefficient of thermal conductivity of a bad conductor.

2. Melde\'s experiment - Determination of the frequency of an electrically maintained tuning fork.

3. Newton\'s ring - Determination of Radius of curvature of a convex lens.

4. Diffraction grating - Determination of wavelengths in Mercury line spectrum using spectrometer

5. Determination of Cauchy\'s constant s using spectrometer and Mercury light.

6. Wedge method - Determination of the thickness of paper by forming parallel interference fringes.

7. Michelson\'s interferometer-a) Determination of wave -length of light. B) Resolution of spectral lines.

8. Determination of and using calcite crystal.

9. Optical bench - a) Young\'s double slit b) Lloyd\'s mirror c) Biprism d) Diffraction at an edge and e) thickness of wire.

10. Ultrasonic diffraction - Velocity of ultrasonic waves in liquids.

11. Variation of Magnetic field along the axis of a current carrying circular coil-Stewart and Gee\'s apparatus.

12. Calibration of Voltmeter using Potentiometer.

13. Carey Foster\'s bridge - a) Laws of resistance b) Temperature coefficient of resistance.

14. B-H Curve Determination of hysteresis loss.

15. Callender and Barne\'s method - Determination of specific heat of water.

16. Hall effect - a) Determination Hall Coefficient b) Determination of charge density

17. Photoelectric effect - a) Characteristics of Photo electric cell b) Determination of Plank\'s constant.

18. Determination of Rydberg constant using hydrogen discharge tube.

19. Determination of e/m of an electron - Thomson\'s method.

20. Determination of Band gap of semi conductor.>

1) Determination of the thickness of paper by forming parallel fringes - Wedge method.

2) Verification of laws of series and parallel combination of resistances - Carey Foster\'s bridge.

3) Verification of laws of transverse vibrations of a stretched string - Sonometer

4) Variation of magnetic field along the axis of a current carrying circular coil - Stewart and Gee\'s apparatus.

5) Diffraction of laser light at a rectangular slit and determination of numerical aperture of an optical fibre.

6) Determination of Hall coefficient - Hall effect ( Demonstration)

1) Determination of radius of curvature of a convex lens - Newton\'s rings.

2) Determination of band-gap of a thermistor.

3) Determination of the frequency of an electrically maintained tuning fork - Melde\'s apparatus.

4) Diffraction of laser light at a metal scale.

5) Determination of wavelengths of the spectral lines of mercury emission using plane diffraction grating.

6) B-H curve - Determination of hysteresis loss

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