# B.E. First Year (Physics Group) – Engineering Physics

Lectures by Prof Suman Kumar B

## Lecture 1: Introduction to Black Body

Black body and laws of black body radiation

## Lecture 2:Planck’s Black Body Radiation

Planck’s law of radiation- derivation

## Lecture 5: Group & phase velocity

Definitions- relation between group & phase velocity

## Lecture 6:Particle velocity-Heisenberg’s Uncertainity

Relation between group & particle velocity-Heisenberg’s Uncertainity

## Lecture 7: Application of Heisenberg Uncertainity

Existence of electroninside nucleus & Width of spectral lines

## Lecture 8: Schrodinger’s Time Independent Wave Equation

Derivation of One dimensional Schrodinger’s time independent wave equation

## Lecture 9: Significance & limitation of wave function

Physical significance of wave function and its limitations

## Lecture 10:Application of Schrodinger’s wave equation

Particle in an one dimensional deep (infinitely) potential box

## Lecture 11: Intro to Free Electron theory of Metals

Various theory of free electron- Classical free electron theory- assumptions-failures

## Lecture 12: Quantum theory of free electron

Quantumfree electron theory- assumptions-derivation of electrical conductivity

## Lecture 13: Fermi Dirac Statistics

Postulates of Fermi-Dirac statistics- Fermi factor

## Lecture 14: Introduction to semiconductors

Semiconductor & its types- intrinsic & extrinsic semiconductors

## Lecture 15: Density of electrons

Density of electrons inintrinsic semiconductors

## Lecture 18: Resistivity of metals & superconductors

Study of resistivity of metals and superconductors

## Lecture 19: Properties & types of SC

Meissner Effect & Effect of temperature on magnetic field

## Lecture 20: HTSCs & BCS Theory

High Temperature Superconductors & BCS Theory of Superconductors

## Lecture 21: Application of Superconductors

Application of superconductor- Magnetic Levitation

## Lecture 22: Introduction to Crystal Structure

Definitions related to crystal structure

## Lecture 24: Packing Factors of Bravias Lattices

Determination of packing factors of Bravais lattices

## Lecture 25: Directions & Planes in crystal

Directions & Planes in crystal-Miller Indices and its features

## Lecture 26: Interplanar Spacing

Determination of Interplanar Spacing between successive (hkl) parallel planes

## Lecture 27: Allotropy & Polymorphism

Difference between allotropy & polymorphism

## Lecture 29: X-Ray Diffraction-Bragg’s Law

X-ray and its types; X-ray diffraction and Bragg’s law

## Lecture 31:Basic Processess in Lasing Action

Stimulated Absorption; Spontaneous emission & Stimulated emission

## Lecture 33: Condition for LASER Action

Working condition of a laser system

## Lecture 34: Components of LASER system

Requisites of a laser system

## Lecture 37: Applications of LASER

Laser welding, cutting & drilling

## Lecture 40: Introduction to Optical Fibers

Introduction and principle of optical fiber

## Lecture 41 Acceptance Angle

Derivation of acceptance angle & numerical aperture

## Lecture 43 Fiber Optic Communication System

Block diagram & explaination of fiber optic communication

## Lecture 44 Introduction to Nano Science

Types of Nanomaterials & Principal factors influences nanomaterials

## Lecture 45 Synthesis of Nanomaterials

Synthesis of Nanomaterials: Top-down and Bottom- Up approach

## Lecture 46 Carbon Nanotubes and its Synthesis

Intro to CNTs and synthesis of CNTs

## Lecture 47 Properties & Applications of CNTs

Properties and applications of CNTs & SEM

## Lecture 48 Fundamentals of Shock Waves

Mach Number, Acoustic wave, ultrasonic wave, subsonic wave and supersonic wave

## Lecture 49 Shock wave and its application

Shock wave and its application

## Lecture 50 Reddy Shock Tube

Producing shock wave in laboratory; Hand operated Reddy shock tube

## Lecture 51 Laws of conservation & Normal shock equations

Basic laws of conservation & normal shock wave equations

## Lecture 52 Attenuation Loss in Optical Fiber

Attenuation loss- types of losses in optical fiber

### Model Question Paper

### IA-1 Solved Question Paper

### Solved Question Paper

Model Question Paper 2015-16 http://vtu.ac.in/model-question-paper/Physics Q. Bank

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