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Engineering-Physics-II

Engineering-Physics-II

Published by uLektz

Course Code:BPH201

Author:UIektz

University: Bharath University, Tamil Nadu (BU)

Regulation:2015

Categories:Engineering Physics

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Type :eBook

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Description :Engineering-Physics-II of BPH201 covers the latest syllabus prescribed by Bharath University, Tamil Nadu (BU) for regulation 2015. Author: UIektz, Published by uLektz Learning Solutions Private Limited.

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Topics
UNIT – I Conducting Materials

1.1 Classical Free Electron Theory of Metals- Drawback of Classical Theory

1.2 Wiedemann Franz Law

1.3 Density of States

1.4 Fermi-Dirac Statistics- Calculation of Fermi Energy and Its Importance

1.5 High Resistivity Alloys

1.6 Super Conductors – Properties and Applications - Magnetic Levitation, SQUIID, Cryotron

UNIT – II Semiconducting Materials

2.1 Elemental and Compound Semiconductors and Their Properties - Carrier Concentrations (Electrons and Holes) In Intrinsic Semiconductors - Carrier Concentrations in N- Type and P- Type Semiconductors

2.2 Variation of Fermi Level and Carrier Concentration With Temperature - Variation of Conductivity with Temperature - Band Gap Determination

2.3 Hall Effect - Experimental Arrangement - Application

UNIT-III Magnetic and Dielectric Materials

3.1 Different Type of Magnetic Material And Their Properties

3.2 Hard And Soft Magnetic Material

3.3 Domain Theory Of Ferromagnetism

3.4 Hysteresis - Energy Product of Magnetic Materials

3.5 Ferrites and Their Applications

3.6 Various Polarization Mechanisms in Dielectric

3.7 Frequency and Temperature Dependence

3.8 Internal Field and Detection of Classius - Mosotti Equation

3.9 Dielectric Loss

3.10 Dielectric Breakdown

UNIT- IV New Engineering Material

4.1 Shape memory Alloys- Types- General Characteristics- Applications

4.2 Metallic Glasses- Properties-Applications - Transformer as a Core Material

4.3 Nano Phase Materials – Properties – Production – Ball Milling Technique – Sol- Gel Method – Chemical Vapour Deposition - Applications

UNIT-V Optical Materials and Optical Fibers

5.1 Light Interaction With Solids - Classification of Optical Material– Optical Properties of Metals, Insulator And Semiconductors– Traps – Colour Centers – Luminescence – phosphorescence

5.2 LED – Construction and Working – Advantages and Disadvantages – Applications

5.3 LCD – Construction and Working – Advantages and Disadvantages – Applications

5.4 Principle and Propagation of Light In Optical Fibers - Numerical Aperture And Acceptance Angle- Types Optical Fibers (Material, Refractive Index, Mode based) - Double Crucible Technique of Fiber Drawing

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