ENGINEERING PHYSICS: (FOR VTU)

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Authors : B BASAVARAJ & P SADASHIV

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About the Author

B BASAVARAJ :-  
Prof. B. Basavaraj is former principal of S.J.R. PU College, Bangalore. He did M.Sc. in Physics from Bangalore University in 1976. He has been teaching Physics and Electronics for more than three decades and has been the resource person for these subjects at various workshops organized by Karnataka Pre-University Board for the improvement of teaching evaluation in colleges. He has worked as a Member and Chairman of Board Examiners. He is into academic writing since many years. He has written several text Books like Electronic Circuits, Electronics Engineering, Basic Electronics, Fundamentals of Computers, Linear Integrated Circuits, Electro-Magnetic Field Theory, Fundamentals of Electron Electronic Principles etc.


P SADASHIV :-  
Prof. P. Sadashiv has served as Head, Department of Physics, S.J.R. College, Bangalore and as Chairman of R.J.S. PU and First Grade College, Bangalore. He obtained M.Sc. degree in Physics in 1976 from Bangalore University. He has been teaching Physics for more than three decades. He was a member of the senate Academic Council and Finance Committee, Bangalore University. He is awardee of Aryabhatta Award - and Kempegowda Award 2001, Global Award in Dubai - 2005, Indira Priyadarshini Award, Adarsha Shikshaka Award. He is also the MC member of Vemana Institute of Technology, Bangalore.
 

About the Book

 
Engineering Physics is prepared specially for I and II Semester students of B.E./B.Tech. Course of Visvesvaraya Technological University.
The subject matter has been methodically and systematically developed from the fundamental experimental physics. This text book has been written keeping in mind the difficulties of the students.
 

Contents

 
• Modern Physics • Quantum Physics • Electrical Properties of Materials • Semiconductor Physics • Superconductivity • Lasers • Optical Fibers • Crystal Structure • Liquid Crystals • Shock Waves • Nano Materials
 

Key Features

 
• Number of solved problems for practice
• Comprehensive text with lucid language
• Revision questions, chapter end summary and list of formulae for better recap
• Model Question papers for better insight into the subject matter