## Introduction to the Fourier Transformation-Engineering Mathematics/Examples-Part2

Introduction to the Fourier Transformation with an example is discussed here-Part 2

## Introduction to the Fourier Transformation-Engineering Mathematics-Part1

In this video lecture the basic Introduction of the Fourier Transformation is discussed.

## Six Major Misconceptions in LASER what Student Thinks ?

Six Major Misconceptions in LASER what Student Thinks about some physical concepts? Like what is ground and excited state of the students? They just explain only about energy not reason how? Also like when atom absorbs the energy it goes in to the excited state,…

## Problems on Acceptance Angle, Critical Angle and Numerical Aperture & Analysis of Optical Fiber

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## Derivation for Velocity Addition in Special Theory of Relativity

The velocity addition topic into the special theory of relativity is interesting one, where in addition to the two observers (two frames) included; (1) an idea of the additional object that might be a ball, a rocket or any thing that can be thrown or…

## Derivation of Relativistic Kinetic Energy and Total Energy

In classical mechanics, the mass of a moving particle is independent of its velocity. But in special theory of relativity one can see that mass is also relative. In the special theory of relativity, length, time, velocity and mass is relative. If these variables are…

## Relativistic Mass in Special Theory of Relativity Part 2 Engineering Physics

In classical mechanics, mass of a particle is considered to be a constant quantity and independent of its velocity. However in relativistic mechanics the length, time and mass also depends on the relative velocity.Suppose two similar balls B1 and B2 we have, velocity (u’ and…

## Relativistic Mass in Special Theory of Relativity

In classical mechanics, mass of a particle is considered to be a constant quantity and independent of its velocity. However in relativistic mechanics the length, time and mass also depends on the relative velocity.Suppose two similar balls B1 and B2 we have, velocity (u’ and…

## Length Contraction | Special Theory of Relativity|

In this video lecture I have discussed about the Length Contraction. To understand it the basic information about the two transformations (Galilean and Lorentz) are important. It is based on the basic concept of Frame of References, here two frames S and S’ are considered….

## Galilean Transformation |Special Theory of Relativity|

The Einstein in 1905 introduce the concept of Special Theory of Relativity. In our daily life we see the effects of the relative motion, for an example if suppose there are two cars one is BLACK and the other RED and both are moving into…

## Time Dilation |Special Theory of Relativity|

In this video lecture I have discussed about the time dilation, which comes under the Special theory of Relativity Unit. To understand this concept the basics like frame of reference, Observer and events idea should be clearer. Here both S and S’ frame are considered…

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