Syllabus Applied Science (Physics) - 312308 Learning Scheme Credits Paper Duration (Hrs.) Actual Contact Hrs./Week SLH NLH CL TL LL 4 - 4 - 8 4 1.5 Assessment Scheme Theory Based on LL & TL Based on SL Total Marks Practical FA-TH SA-TH Total FA - PR SA - PR SLA Max Max Max Min Max Min Max Min Max Min 30 70 100 40 50 20 50 20 - - 200 Unit Theory Learning Outcomes (TLO’s) aligned to CO’s Learning content mapped with Theory Learning Outcomes (TLO’s) and CO’s Unit - I Properties of Matter and Kinematics [Hours - 9 Marks - 11] TLO 1.1 Apply the concept of elasticity and plasticity to select the material for engineering applications. TLO 1.2 Establish relation between given types of moduli of elasticity. TLO 1.3 Predict the behavior of the given metallic wire. TLO 1.4 Explain the relevant Newton’s laws of motion for the given moving object. TLO 1.5 Calculate the work, power, energy for the given situation. 1.1 Deforming Force and Restoring Force, Elasticity, Plasticity, Rigidity. 1.2 Stress and Strain and their types, elastic limit and Hooke's law, types of moduli of elasticity. 1.3 Stress-Strain diagram, Poisson's ratio, factors affecting elasticity. 1.4 Newton’s laws of motion, and their applications. 1.5 Angular displacement, angular velocity, angular acceleration, three equations of angular motion, projectile motion, trajectory, range of projectile angle of projection, time of flight. 1.6 Work, power and energy : potential energy, kinetic energy, work - energy principle. (Chapter - 1) Unit - II Waves and Oscillations [Hours - 10 Marks - 12] TLO 2.1 Find the parameters required to analyze the given wave motion and simple harmonic motion. TLO 2.2 Explain the concept of resonance and its applications. TLO 2.3 Describe the properties of given ultrasonic waves. TLO 2.4 Explain the given method of production of ultrasonic waves. 2.1 Sound waves, amplitude, frequency, time - period, wave-length and velocity of wave, relation between velocity, frequency and time - period of wave. 2.2 Simple Harmonic Motion , Uniform Circular Motion as Simple Harmonic Motion, Equation of simple harmonic motion , Phase of Simple Harmonic Motion. 2.3 Resonance, Application of resonance. 2.4 Resonance concept in prehistoric times, concept of different frequencies (Mantras) used to ignite different chakras in body (IKS). 2.5 Ultrasonic waves, properties of ultrasonic waves. 2.6 Piezoelectric and Magnetostriction method to produce ultrasonic waves. 2.7 Applications of ultrasonic waves. (Chapter - 2) Unit - III Modern Physics (Photo-electricity , X rays, LASER and Nano technology) [Hours - 11 Marks - 12] TLO 3.1 Explain properties of photon on basis Planck’s hypothesis. TLO 3.2 Explain the construction and working of given photo electric device. TLO 3.3 Explain the method to produce X-Rays with its properties and engineering applications. TLO 3.4 Differentiate between LASER and ordinary light. TLO 3.5 Explain the given terms related to LASER. TLO 3.6 Describe the properties of nanomaterials and its various applications. 3.1 Planck’s hypothesis, properties of photons. 3.2 Photo electric effect : threshold frequency, threshold wavelength, stopping potential, Work function, characteristics of photoelectric effect, Einstein’s photoelectric equation. 3.3 Photoelectric cell and LDR : principle, Working and applications. 3.4 Production of X-rays by modern Coolidge tube, properties and engineering applications. 3.5 Laser : properties, absorption, spontaneous and stimulated emission. 3.6 Population inversion, active medium, optical pumping, three energy level system, He-Ne Laser. 3.7 Engineering applications of Laser. 3.8 Nanotechnology : Properties of nanomaterials (optical, magnetic and dielectric properties), applications of nanomaterials, Metallic Bhasma (Ancient Ayurveda, IKS). (Chapter - 3)