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Bharathidasan University Syllabus for BSC Physics |

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Re: Bharathidasan University Syllabus for BSC Physics
As you want I am here giving the syllabus For BSC Physics of Bharathidasan University . UNIT –I : Elasticity : Stress – strain diagram – Elastic Moduli, Work done per unit volume in shearing strain – Relation between elastic constants – Poisson‟s Ratio – Expression for Poisson‟s ratio in terms of elastic constants – Twisting couple on a wire – Work done in twisting – Torsional pendulum – determination of rigidity modulus of a wire. UNIT – II : Bending of beams: Expression for bending moment – Cantilever – Expression for depression – Experiment to find Young‟s modulus – Cantilever oscillation – Expression for period – Uniform bending – Expression for elevation – Experiment to find Young‟s modulus using microscope – Non Uniform bending – Expression for depression – Experiment to determine Young‟s modulus using mirror and telescope. UNIT – III : Surface tension & Low Pressure Definition and dimensions of surface tension – Excess of pressure over curved surfaces – Variation of surface tension with temperature – Jaegar‟s experiment. Production and measurement of low pressure – Grades‟ molecular pump – Knudsen‟s absolute gauge – Detection of leakage. UNIT – IV : Viscosity : Streamlined motion – Turbulent motion – Coefficient of viscosity and its dimension – Rate of flow of liquid in a capillary tube – Poiseuilles‟ formula – Experiment to determine the coefficient of viscosity of liquid. UNIT – V : Acoustics: Music and noise – Characteristics of musical sound, quality of tone, consonance and dissonance – musical scale – tempered scale – decibel – noise pollution. Source in an enclosure – reverberation and time of reverberation – Sabine‟s formula – Erring Formula – Optimum reverberation – measurement of reverberation time – absorption coefficient - acoustics design – Ultrasonics – production , properties and applications. Books for study and reference: 1. Properties of matter – Brijlal and Subramanian 2. Properties of matter – D.S.Mathur. 3. Properties of matter – Subramania Iyer and Jeyaraman. 4. Oscillations, waves and sound – L.P. Sharma, H.C.Saxena. 5. A text book of sound – R.L.Saigal. 6. A text book of sound – N.Subrahmanyam and Brijlal UNIT –I : Elasticity : Stress – strain diagram – Elastic Moduli, Work done per unit volume in shearing strain – Relation between elastic constants – Poisson‟s Ratio – Expression for Poisson‟s ratio in terms of elastic constants – Twisting couple on a wire – Work done in twisting – Torsional pendulum – determination of rigidity modulus of a wire. UNIT – II : Bending of beams: Expression for bending moment – Cantilever – Expression for depression – Experiment to find Young‟s modulus – Cantilever oscillation – Expression for period – Uniform bending – Expression for elevation – Experiment to find Young‟s modulus using microscope – Non Uniform bending – Expression for depression – Experiment to determine Young‟s modulus using mirror and telescope. UNIT – III : Surface tension & Low Pressure Definition and dimensions of surface tension – Excess of pressure over curved surfaces – Variation of surface tension with temperature – Jaegar‟s experiment. Production and measurement of low pressure – Grades‟ molecular pump – Knudsen‟s absolute gauge – Detection of leakage. UNIT – IV : Viscosity : Streamlined motion – Turbulent motion – Coefficient of viscosity and its dimension – Rate of flow of liquid in a capillary tube – Poiseuilles‟ formula – Experiment to determine the coefficient of viscosity of liquid. UNIT – V : Acoustics: Music and noise – Characteristics of musical sound, quality of tone, consonance and dissonance – musical scale – tempered scale – decibel – noise pollution. Source in an enclosure – reverberation and time of reverberation – Sabine‟s formula – Erring Formula – Optimum reverberation – measurement of reverberation time – absorption coefficient - acoustics design – Ultrasonics – production , properties and applications. Books for study and reference: 1. Properties of matter – Brijlal and Subramanian 2. Properties of matter – D.S.Mathur. 3. Properties of matter – Subramania Iyer and Jeyaraman. 4. Oscillations, waves and sound – L.P. Sharma, H.C.Saxena. 5. A text book of sound – R.L.Saigal. 6. A text book of sound – N.Subrahmanyam and Brijlal. CC – II- Major Practical – I 1. Non-uniform bending – Pin and Micrscope. 2. Uniform bending – Optic lever. 3. Surface tension – Capillary rise. 4. Sonometer – Verification of laws and determination of frequency 5. Melde‟s Experiment – Transverse and longitudinal. 6. Compound pendulum – g and k. 7. Cantilever depression – scale and telescope. 8. Specific heat capacity of a liquid – Newton‟s law of cooling. 9. Thermal conductivity of a bad conductor – Lee‟s disc. 10. Long focus convex lens – f, R, µ. 11. Concave lens – „f‟ 12. Newton‟s Rings – „R‟ determination, µ of liquid. 13. Spectrometer – µ of solid prism. 14. Air wedge – thickness of insulation. 15. P.O.Box – Temperature coefficient. 16. Meter Bridge – Specific Resistance CC – III – MECHANICS & RELATIVITY UNIT – I : Dynamics Projectile, Impulse, Impact. Projectile – range of horizontal and inclined plane – Impulse – Impact – Impulsive force – Laws of impact – Impact of a smooth sphere on a smooth horizontal plane – Direct and oblique impacts –Loss in kinetic energy – Motion of two interacting bodies – reduced mass. UNIT – II : Dynamics of rigid bodies. Kinetic energy of rotation – Theory of compound pendulum – Equivalent simple pendulum – Reversibility of centres of oscillation and suspension – Determination of g and radius of gyration of a bar pendulum – period of oscillation of a Bifilar pendulum with and without parallel threads - Centre of mass – Velocity and acceleration of centre of mass – determination of motion of individual particle – system of variable mass – equation for a Rocket – Conservation of linear and angular momentum. UNIT – III Gravitation and Centre of Gravity - Gravitational potential and field due to spherical shell - Gravitational energy – Boy‟s method of determination of G – Centre of gravity of solid and hollow tetrahedron. Solid and hollow hemisphere – Stability of equilibrium. UNIT – IV: Centre of Pressure. Vertical rectangular lamina – Vertical triangular lamina - Vertical circular lamina – Atmospheric pressure its variation with altitude – Reasons for such variation. Hydrodynamics: Equation of continuity of flow – Euler‟s equation for unidirectional flow – Torricelli‟s theorem – Bernouli‟s theorem and applications. UNIT – V : Relativity Galilean – Newtonian relativity, Galilean transformations – Michelson Morley experiment and its importance – leuristein‟s postulates – Lorentz transformations and its interpretation – consequence of Lorentz transformation – Length contractor, time dilation – relativistic addition of velocities – Mass energy equivalence – Basic ideas of general theory of relativity. Books for Study: 1. Mechanics – Part – I & II Naryanamoorthy. 2. Classical Mechanics – H. Goldstein. 3. Statistical Mechanics – Sathyaprakash and C.Agarwal. Books for Reference: 1. Elementary Statistical Mechanics – Gupta Kumar. 2. Mechanics – D.S.Mathur. 3. Classical Mechanics – Gupta, Kumar and Sharma. 4. Feynman Lecture on Physics – Vol.I – R.P. Feynman. CORE COURSE IV - THERMAL PHYSICS AND STATISTICAL MECHANICS. Unit I: Thermodynamics Zeroth law of thermodynamics – First law of thermodynamics – Heat engines – Reversible and irreversible process of Carnot‟s theorem – Second law of thermodynamics, Thermodynamic scale of temperature – Entropy – Change of entropy in reversible and irreversible processes – Temperature – entropy diagram (T.S) – Law of increase of entropy – Maxwell thermo dynamical relations – Clausius‟s Claypeyron‟s latent heat equations. Unit II: Low Temperature Joule – Thomson‟s effect – Porous plug experiment – Liquefaction of gases – Linde‟s method – Adiabatic demagnetization – Liquefaction of He – Practical applications of low temperature – Refrigerating mechanism – Air conditioning machines. Unit III Radiation Radiation – Stefan‟s law Deduction of Newton‟s law from Stefan‟s law – Boltzmann law – Black body radiation – Wein‟s law – Rayleigh – Jean‟s law – Planck‟s law – Angstrom Pyroheliometer – Solar constant – Surface temperature of sun Sources of solar energy –Some everyday applications. Unit IV: Specific Heat Specific heat of solids – Einstein‟s theory of specific heat – Debye‟s theory –Specific heat of gases – Mayer‟s Relation – Quantization of various contributions to energy of diatomic molecules – Specific heat of diatomic gases – (Quantum Theory) Unit V: Statistical Physics Phase space – Statistical Equilibrium – Microstates and Macrostates – Maxwell – Boltzmann statistics – Application of M.B statistics to molecular energies in an ideal gas – B-E statistics- Application of B-E statistics to photon gases – F-D statistics – Application of F.D statistics to electron gas – Comparison of three statistics. Books for Study: 1. Brij lal, and Subramaniyam, Heat and Thermodynamics, S.Chand & Co. (2007) 2. J.B.Rajam and C.L Arora, Heat and Thermodynamics. CORE COURSE V – MAJOR PRACTICAL – II [Any Fifteen] 1. Static Torsion – Determination of n 2. Torsional pendulum – n and I 3. Coefficient of viscosity of highly viscous liquid 4. Stoke‟s method – Viscosity of highly viscous liquid 5. Characteristics of junction and Zener diodes 6. Emissive power of a surface – Spherical calorimeter 7. Joule‟s calorimeter – Specific heat capacity of liquid (Barton‟s correction) 8. Carey Foster‟s Bridge – R and p 9. Potentiometer – Ammeter calibration 10. Potentiometer – Temperature coefficient of R 11. Potentiometer – Calibration of low range voltmenter 12. Figure of merit – Mirror Galvanometer 13. Transistor Characteristics – CE – configuration 14. Spectrometer - µ of a liquid 15. Spectrometer – I-d curve 16. CRO – Study of wave forms – Lissajous figures – f determination 17. Construction of Full wave rectifier 18. Construction of a temperature controller using Pt 100 senor For more information I am here attached a file you can download it from here. address Bharathidasan University Ramanathapuram Rd, Tamil Nadu 0431 240 7333 |