Principles of Engineering physics Volume-I: (For MDU & Kurukshetra Universities)

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Authors : A S Vasudeva

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About the Author

A S Vasudeva :-
The author did his M.Sc. (Physics) from Panjabi University Patiala in 1967 with Nuclear Physics as special paper. There after he joined Khalsa College, Patiala as lecturer in Physics. In 1969, joined GND Engineering College, Ludhiana. He rose to the level of Head of Deptt., Applied Sciences and taught Undergraduate and Postgraduate level engineering students. In between he joined Punjab University, Chandigarh in 1978 as teacher fellow and worked on Cyclotron for his research degree which he successfully completed 1981. He has attended innumerable conferences/ seminars/summer/winter schools at the various prestigious institutes including IIT's and I.I.Sc. Bangalore.
In 2004, he took up the assignment of Professor and Head Deptt. of Physics, RIEIT Rail Majra, Distt. Nawanshahar. After completing the assignment tenure of five years, he joined as Professor and Deptt. Head of Physics, BBSB Engineering College, Fatehgarh Sahib, in 2009.
The author has to his credit more than a dozen standard textbooks which are prescribed in various ';National and International Universities' for both UG and PG Studies.
 

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For B.E./B.Tech. students of Maharishiu Dayanand University (MDU) and Kurushetra University, Kurushetra and other universities of Haryana. Many topics have been re-arranged and many more examples have been included to make the various articles and examples more lucid and care has been taken to include all the examples that have been set in various university examinations.
 

Table of Content

• Interference • Diffraction • Polarization • Lasers • Fibre Optics • Electromagnetic Waves • Dielectrics • Theory of Relativity • General Properties of the Nucleus • Nuclear Fission and Fusion • Radiation Detectors • Super Conductivity