Engineering Physics

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ISBN:

9780199452811

Publication date:

19/05/2015

Paperback

984 pages

241.0x159.0mm

Price: 615.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199452811

Publication date:

19/05/2015

Paperback

984 pages

241.0x159.0mm

First Edition

D.K. Bhattacharya & Poonam Tandon

Suitable for: Engineering Physics is designed as a textbook for first year undergraduate engineering students.

Rights:  World Rights

First Edition

D.K. Bhattacharya & Poonam Tandon

Description

Engineering Physics is designed as a textbook for first year undergraduate engineering students. The book comprehensively covers all relevant and important topics in a simple and lucid manner.

Beginning with a detailed discussion on optics, the book goes on to discuss waves and oscillations, architectural acoustics, and ultrasonics in Part I. The basic principles of classical mechanics, relativistic mechanics, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics are included under Part II. Electromagnetism-related topics, namely dielectric properties, magnetic properties, and electromagnetic field theory are explained under Part III. Part IV provides an in-depth treatment of topics such as X-rays, crystal physics, band theory of solids, and semiconductor physics. It also includes a discussion on conducting and superconducting materials. Topics such as nuclear physics, radioactivity, and new engineering materials and nanotechnology are presented in the last section of the book.

The text also contains appendices on SI units, important physical and lattice constants, periodic table, and properties of semiconductors and relevant compounds for ready reference.

First Edition

D.K. Bhattacharya & Poonam Tandon

Table of contents

PART I: OPTICS, WAVES, AND ACOUSTICS
Chapter 1. Interference
Chapter 2. Diffraction
Chapter 3. Polarization
Chapter 4. Lasers
Chapter 5. Optical Fibre Systems
Chapter 6. Waves and Oscillations
Chapter 7. Architectural Acoustics
Chapter 8. Ultrasonics
PART II: Mechanics
Chapter 9. Classical Mechanics
Chapter 10. Relativistic Mechanics
Chapter 11. Concepts of Quantum Mechanics
Chapter 12. Statistical Mechanics
PART III: electromagnetism
Chapter 13. Dielectric Properties of Materials
Chapter 14. Magnetic Properties of Materials
Chapter 15. Electromagnetic Field Theory
PART IV: SOLID STATE PHYSICS
Chapter 16. X-rays
Chapter 17. Crystal Physics
Chapter 18. Band Theory of Solids
Chapter 19. Semiconductor Physics
Chapter 20. Conducting Materials
Chapter 21. Superconducting Materials
PART V: Nuclear Physics and New Enginering Materials
Chapter 22. Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity
Chapter 23. New Engineering Materials and Nanotechnology

First Edition

D.K. Bhattacharya & Poonam Tandon

Features

  • Dedicated chapters on band theory of solids and statistical mechanics
  • Detailed discussions on optics, acoustics, and electromagnetism
  • Advanced topics such as new engineering materials, nanotechnology, and non-destructive testing
  • Close to 450 solved examples and over 400 self-explanatory illustrations which aid in the understanding of concepts
  • Summary of concepts, applications, and key formulae at the end of each chapter for quick recapitulation
  • Around 1400 chapter-end exercises including multiple-choice questions, review questions, and numerical problems listed under the self-assessment section for practice
  • Online Resources
  • The following resources are available to support the faculty and students using this text:
  • For Faculty
  • Solution Manual
  • Chapter-wise PowerPoint slides
  • For Students
  • Test generator
  • Model question papers
  • Interative animations

Description

Engineering Physics is designed as a textbook for first year undergraduate engineering students. The book comprehensively covers all relevant and important topics in a simple and lucid manner.

Beginning with a detailed discussion on optics, the book goes on to discuss waves and oscillations, architectural acoustics, and ultrasonics in Part I. The basic principles of classical mechanics, relativistic mechanics, quantum mechanics, and statistical mechanics are included under Part II. Electromagnetism-related topics, namely dielectric properties, magnetic properties, and electromagnetic field theory are explained under Part III. Part IV provides an in-depth treatment of topics such as X-rays, crystal physics, band theory of solids, and semiconductor physics. It also includes a discussion on conducting and superconducting materials. Topics such as nuclear physics, radioactivity, and new engineering materials and nanotechnology are presented in the last section of the book.

The text also contains appendices on SI units, important physical and lattice constants, periodic table, and properties of semiconductors and relevant compounds for ready reference.

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Table of contents

PART I: OPTICS, WAVES, AND ACOUSTICS
Chapter 1. Interference
Chapter 2. Diffraction
Chapter 3. Polarization
Chapter 4. Lasers
Chapter 5. Optical Fibre Systems
Chapter 6. Waves and Oscillations
Chapter 7. Architectural Acoustics
Chapter 8. Ultrasonics
PART II: Mechanics
Chapter 9. Classical Mechanics
Chapter 10. Relativistic Mechanics
Chapter 11. Concepts of Quantum Mechanics
Chapter 12. Statistical Mechanics
PART III: electromagnetism
Chapter 13. Dielectric Properties of Materials
Chapter 14. Magnetic Properties of Materials
Chapter 15. Electromagnetic Field Theory
PART IV: SOLID STATE PHYSICS
Chapter 16. X-rays
Chapter 17. Crystal Physics
Chapter 18. Band Theory of Solids
Chapter 19. Semiconductor Physics
Chapter 20. Conducting Materials
Chapter 21. Superconducting Materials
PART V: Nuclear Physics and New Enginering Materials
Chapter 22. Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity
Chapter 23. New Engineering Materials and Nanotechnology

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