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Course Code

Course Title

Course Planner

Lectures

PHY106

APPLIED PHYSICS-I

13465::Bharpur Singh

Course Category

3.0

TextBooks

Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

T-1

OPTICS

AJOY GHATAK

5th

2012

T-2

PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS

EXTENDED

HALLIDAY, RESNICK,

JEARL WALKER

9th

2011

WILEY

Reference Books

Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

R-1

PHYSICS PART I

NCERT

1st

2008

NCERT

R-2

SUBRAHMANYAM,

BRIJ LAL

4th

2010

R-3

A TEXTBOOK OF STRENGTH OF

MATERIALS

DR. R. K. BANSAL

5th

2012

LAKSHMI PUBLICATIONS

R-4

ENGINEERS WITH MODERN

PHYSICS

JEWETT JOHN W.

7th

2010

CENGAGE LEARNING

Relevant Websites

Sr No

Salient Features

RW-1

http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/demonstrations-on-video/physical-optics/

RW-2

http://ocw.mit.edu/high-school/demonstrations-on-video/physical-optics/

RW-3

http://www.worldoflasers.com/laserproperties.htm

RW-4

http://physics-animations.com/Physics/English/DG10/DG.htm

Diffraction grating

RW-5

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIlBlNW7sOo

RW-6

http://ocw.mit.edu/resources/res-6-005-understanding-lasers-and-fiberoptics-spring2008/laser-fundamentals-i/

RW-7

http://surendranath.tripod.com/Applets/Waves/Doppler/Doppler.html

RW-8

http://surendranath.tripod.com/Applets/Waves/Beats/Beats.html

RW-9

http://surendranath.tripod.com/Applets/Oscillations/SHM/SHM.html

RW-10

http://ngsir.netfirms.com/englishhtm/Lissajous.htm

0.0

0.0

3.0

RW-11

http://surendranath.tripod.com/Applets/Oscillations/Lissajous/Lissajous.html

RW-12

%20materials/lects%20&%20picts/image/lect10/lecture10.htm

RW-13

http://web.aeromech.usyd.edu.au/AMME2301/Documents/mos/Chapter05.pdf

RW-14

http://books.google.co.in/books?

Elastic properties (a book on strength of materials)

id=2IHEqp8dNWwC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=one

page&q&f=false

RW-15

http://ncert.nic.in/NCERTS/textbook/textbook.htm?keph1=2-8

Errors in measurement

Sr No

Salient Features

AV-1

http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/8-03-physics-iii-vibrations-and-waves-fall2004/video-lectures/

Weeks before MTE

Spill Over

Week

Lecture

Number Number

Text/reference

Relevant Websites,

books

Audio Visual Aids,

software and Virtual

Labs

Week 1

Lecture 1

(Definitions- Measurand,

precision, accuracy,

certainty, resolution)

R-1:Ch-2

Lecture 2

(Definitions- Measurand,

precision, accuracy,

certainty, resolution)

R-1:Ch-2

Lecture 3

(Errors and types)

R-1:Ch.2

Lecture Description

Demonstration/

Case Study /

Images /

animation / ppt

etc. Planned

RW-15

Lecture 0 will be

introduction to course,

Introduction to errors in

measurement. check

relevant material in

course file.

Measurement of

different physical

quantities like mass,

length and time

Discuss ranges of

length, mass and

time to be

measured.

Length

measuring tools

like vernier

calipers and

screw gauge can

be shown.

RW-15

Lecture 0 will be

introduction to course,

Introduction to errors in

measurement. check

relevant material in

course file.

Measurement of

different physical

quantities like mass,

length and time

Discuss ranges of

length, mass and

time to be

measured.

Length

measuring tools

like vernier

calipers and

screw gauge can

be shown.

Errors in measurement

and types of errors.

Measurement of

basic physical

quantities like mass

length and time.

Brain storming

Week 1

Lecture 3

(Sources of errors)

R-1:Ch.2

Errors in measurement

and types of errors.

Measurement of

basic physical

quantities like mass

length and time.

Brain storming

Actual length of

beams got

changed in

extreme

temperatures.

Week 2

Lecture 4

(Systematic error, Random

error, Dynamic error)

R-1:Ch.2

systematic error,

Random error, Dynamic

error. How to combine

errors in measurements?

Learning of

Brain storming

instrumental errors,

errors due to ambient

conditions etc.

Errors in

measuring tools

Lecture 5

(Standard deviation and

variance)

R-1:Ch.2

this topic.

Introduction to standard

deviation and variance

of given data.

Calculation of

Brain storming

standard deviation

and variance of given

data.

Lecture 6

Optics(Classification of

electromagnetic spectrum

viz. (visible, IR, UV/X-rays,

gamma rays, microwaves))

T-2:Section 33.2

Classification of

electromagnetic

spectrum viz. (visible,

IR, UV/X-rays, gamma

rays, microwaves)

Different ranges of

Relevant visual

wavelength of whole can be shown.

electromagnetic

spectrum.

Lecture 7

aberrations (chromatic))

Introduction to

chromatic aberration in

lens. Condition for

chromatic aberration.

Inability of physical

lens to focus all

wavelengths on a

single point.

Brain storming

Lecture 8

Optics(Measures of correct

chromatic aberrations- Use

of doublet (cemented and

separated) quantitatively)

T-1:Section 6.2.16.2.2

and separated one to

aberrations.

minimize chromatic

aberration.

Brain storming

Lecture 9

Optics(Measures of correct

chromatic aberrations- Use

of doublet (cemented and

separated) quantitatively)

T-1:Section 6.2.16.2.2

and separated one to

aberrations.

minimize chromatic

aberration.

Brain storming

temporal))

T-2:Section 35.5

RW-3

Simulation on the

light waves with respect something to deal

topic

to space and time

with

size of source and

temporal is decided

by

monochromaticity of

source

T-2:Section 35.6

RW-2

Interference involving

two light sources

Week 3

Week 4

Optics(Interference in

double slit)

case of double slit)

T-2:Section 35.6

RW-15

Conditions of

constructive and

destructive

interference

Video lecture

varies in double slit

bright and dark

experiment

fringes on the screen

Example of laser

can be

illustrated to

explain

coherence

Week 4

films of uniform thickness

(derivation))

T-2:Section 35.7

Week 5

slit)

T-2:Section 36.3

slit)

T-2:Section 36.3

interference with

suitable

examples

Path difference

between

two rays decides the

interference

RW-1

and condition for

minima

on screen

at

the center, it reduces

as

we go away from the

center

An optical

Compact disc

act as grating.

RW-1

and condition for

minima

on screen

at

the center, it reduces

as

we go away from the

center

An optical

Compact disc

act as grating.

Optical compact

disc

Lecture 15

Week 6

Wings of a

butter fly,

oil on water,

soap bubble etc.

Term Paper,Test1

use as a monochromator)

T-2:Section 36.8

RW-4

What is diffraction

grating and its uses

used to separate two topic

closely spaced

wavelengths

T-1:Section 27.1-27.3

RW-5

Introduction on fibers

and optics involved.

Introduction to Total

internal reflection

Revolution in

Video link

communication by

use of optical

fibres.How optical

fiber act as a

dielectric wave guide

a dielectric wave guide- total

internal reflection)

RW-6

Introduction on fibers

and optics involved.

Introduction to Total

internal reflection

Revolution in

Video link

communication by

use of optical

fibres.How optical

fiber act as a

dielectric wave guide

Introduction)

Week 7

Brain storming

aperture and various fiber

parameters)

T-1:Section 27.7

R-2:Ch.24 page634

various fiber parameters associated with the

fiber.

Brain storming

Graded index fibers)

T-1:Ch.24 page637638

index fibers

Brain storming

On the basis of

refractive index

profile

fibers are further

divided into these

categories

Data

communication

through optical

fiber cables

Week 7

associated with optical

fibers)

T-1:Section 27.8

R-2:Ch.24 page645648

optical fibers

Attenuation

Brain storming

associated

with the optical fiber

scattering,

absorption,

bending losses etc

Losses like

absorption,

scattering,

dispersion etc.

optical fibers)

T-1:Section 27.14

R-2:Ch.24 page657660

Application of optical

fibers like endoscopy,

sensors etc

Used in

communication

of data in terms of

light

signals

Endoscopes,

temperature

sensors

A video link

MID-TERM

Week 8

Week 9

materials(Elastic constantsYoung's modulus, Bulk

modulus, modulus of

rigidity)

R-3:Ch.2

RW-14

Definitions of three

Importance of elastic Slide show and

moduli with examples in constants e.g bulk

brain

each case.

modulus decides

storming

speed of sound in

given medium

materials(Relation between

elastic constants)

R-3:Section 2.7-2.8

RW-12

Relation between

Young's modulus and

Bulk modulus

constant are linked

with

each other

brain

storming

materials(Relation between

young's modulus and Bulk

modulus- Derivation)

R-3:Section 2.7-2.8

Relation between

modulus of elasticity

and modulus of rigidity.

Check course file for

this topic.

constant are linked

with

each other

brain

storming

materials(Internal bending

moment)

R-3:Ch.6

Internal bending

moment of cantilevers

Illustration of

bending

moment of

cantilevers

brain

storming

Bending of beams

cantilever under stress

beams and

cantilevers

are under stress

brain

storming

through various

brain

examples like simple storming

pendulum, repeated

circular motion

RW-13

R-3:Section 6.7-6.8

materials(Bending of beamscantilever ( pointed load at

one end, uniformly

distributed load))

Lecture 27 Waves and Vibrations

(Simple harmonic motion

its expression and

differential equation)

(Superposition of two linear

SHMs (with same

frequency))

T-2:Section 15.1-15.2

RW-9

What is simple

harmonic

motion, it differential

equation

R-2:Ch.20 page505508

RW-11

Superposition of two

What happens when Simulation on the

linear SHMs with same two same frequencies topic

frequency

interfere

Lissajous

figures.

(Damped vibration

differential equation and its

solution, critical damping)

Lecture 30 Waves and Vibrations

(Forced vibration

differential equation)

T-1:Section 7.3

T-2:Section 15.8

AV-1

vibrations are damped

by

a viscous medium

How equation of

motion get changed

and

its solution

Video lecture

T-1:Section 7.4

T-2:Section 15.9

AV-1

differential equation

involved

can lead to resonance

(Amplitude and velocity

resonance)

T-1:Section 7.4.1

resonance,energy

two states matches

storming

transfer

there is maximum

energy transfer

(Amplitude and velocity

resonance)

T-1:Section 7.4.1

resonance,energy

two states matches

storming

transfer

there is maximum

energy transfer

(Sharpness of

resonance and Quality

factor)

T-1:Section 7.4.1

Sharpness of

resonanceand Quality

factor

Week 12 Lecture 34

These parameters

Slide show and

defines the quality of brain

resonance

storming

Slide show and brain

storming

Term Paper,Test2

propagation)

Sound(Traveling sound

wave - displacement and

pressure

amplitude)

T-2:Section 17.1-17.2

Introduction to sound

wave propagation

Sound propagates

through pressure

variations in air

medium

brain

storming

T-2:Section 17.4

displacement and

pressure amplitude

Displacement and

pressure amplitudes

are

90 degree out of

phase

brain

storming

Lecture 36

Week 13 Lecture 37 Sound(The speed of sound)

levels)

Term Paper,Test3

T-2:Section 17.3

of sound relation

Speed of sound

Slide show and

depends

brain

on elastic and inertial storming

properties of the

material

T-2:Section 17.6

Measurement of sound

intensity in terms of

decibels

scale which describes brain

intensity of sound

storming

column-pipe opened at both

ends, closed at one end)

T-2:Section 17.7

columnpipe opened at

both ends, closed at one

end

behind any piped

instrument like

trumpet,

flute etc

brain

storming

time))

T-2:Section 17.8

RW-8

time

be calculated by

topic

causes beats

difference

in frequency of two

sound waves

applications)

T-2:Section 17.9

RW-7

applications like speed

gun, detection of

moving

objects

There is change in

frequency of sound

due

to relative motion

between the bodies

Animation on the

topic

and Shock waves)

T-2:Section 17.10

Shock waves and

various

parameters involved

more than speed of

sound there is

generation of shock

waves

brain

storming

SPILL OVER

Week 15 Lecture 43

Spill Over

Lecture 44

Spill Over

Lecture 45

Spill Over

Component

Frequency

Term Paper,Test

Out Of

2

3

Total :-

10

20

10

20

AT No.

Term Paper1

Objective

(group/individuals/field

work

To enhance

A term paper topic on physics will be given to the students.

Individual

literature survey

Student will search literature for the same and will submit a report

skills of the students. at the end. There will be two reviews before final submission the

term paper.

Evaluation Mode

30 marks ( Mid

Term report- 5

marks End Term

report- 15 marks

Viva- 10 marks)

Allottment /

submission Week

2 / 12

Test1

To enhance the

logical and

conceptual skills of

the students

tests will be given to different groups. Questions must the

multiple of 5 marks.

Test2

and conceptual

test will be given to different groups. Total marks of the test will

ability.

be

Individual

down to 10 marks.

3/5

Individual

down to 10 marks

9 / 11

List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper)

Sr. No.

Topic

1 Fiber optics

2 Total internal reflection

3 Attenuation in optical fibres

4 Simple harmonic motion

5 Forced oscillations and resonance

6 Lissagous figures

7 Shock waves

8 Elastic constants

9 Relation between elastic constants

11 Intensity of sound and sound levels

12 Damped oscillations

13 Lens aberrations

14 Measures to correct lens aberrations

15 Dispersion in optical fibers

16 Application of optical fibers

17 Lasers

18 Applications of lasers

19 Carbon nanotubes

20 Applications of nanotechnology

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