S.Chand's Problems in Engineering Physics, 1/e

S.Chand's Problems in Engineering Physics, 1/e

Authors : M N Avadhanulu & Suresh Kumar Choubey

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About the Author

M N Avadhanulu :-
He initiated research on liquid crystals for the first time in the Physics department of Andhra University in 1965 and obtained Ph.D in 1973. In 1976, he joined Central Electronics Ltd (CEL), Sahibabad in the LCD division. He migrated to teaching profession in 1986 and joined Kavikulguru Institute of Technology and Science, Ramtek, Maharashtra. He occupied a number of administrative posts in the institute such as HoD, Dean (student affairs) and Dean (academic affairs). He was elected and served as a member of the board of studies in Applied Sciences and Humanities under the faculty of Engg. & Tech, Nagpur University during 1991-1994 and was instrumental in modernizing the syllabus of Applied Physics for B.E. He has implemented a number of innovative teaching methods to improve the appreciation of Physics by the Engineering students. He has written books for Engineering and Science Graduates as per the prescribed syllabus. 


Suresh Kumar Choubey :- M.Sc.(Physics), B.Ed., DCA, Department of Physics, Smt. Rajshree Mulak College of Engineering, K.D.K. Group College, Nandanwan, Nagpur
 

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For the first year students of B.E./B.Tech/B.Arch. and also useful for competitive Examinations. A number of problems are solved. New problems are included in order to expedite the learning process of students of all hues and to improve their academic performance. Each chapter divided into smaller parts and subheading are provided to make the reading a pleasant journey from one interesting topic to another important topic.
 

Table of Content

•Basic Concepts Of Electric And Magnetic Tips •Electron Ballistics •Electron Emission •Electron Optics •Wave Motion •Properties Of Light •Inteference •Diffraction •Polarization •Atomic Physics •Lasers •Structure Of Solids •Semiconductors •Fibre Optics •Nucleus And Nuclear Energy •Theromoelectricity •Relativity