Welcome to Engineering Physics
Engineering Physics is one of the first year subjects in Engineering & Technology Institutions. The curriculum of the course depends on the usage in different branches of engineering in the concerned institute.
Role of the subject is to make aware students about the real-life applications of Physics and its concept in engineering. Its true that all topics of a chapter are not directly useful in the course but for making one concept clear and useful some other supporting and related topics understanding are important.
In this course, I will provide the basic and fundamental concepts of physics. To understand any topic we need some other physical concepts too. I called them Supporting Physical Concepts (SPCs), these concepts are the key controller to understand any difficult problem, or topic. So the learner gets familiar about any topic or that importance, it not only create the interest but also involve the students in the creation of innovations.
Every chapter includes quizzes based on true/false, single choice and/or multiple choice questions, so a reader can check the learning. In some cases, PDF copy also provided so it can help you to revise the topics. Not only quizzes but experiment related to the topics are introduced along with viva questions.
Why This Course?
- This course for first-year engineering students.
- Cover all major chapters for all Universities/Institutes syllabus
- Basic fundamentals along with the latest developments
- The practice of understanding the course content in brief with Numerical Problems.
- A solution of Sample question paper.
- Demonstration of the related experiments and related viva questions.
It is free, no registration fee required.
For doubt and any other problems
Weekly online interaction is possible for any doubt and problem.
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- Scalar and Vector Fields
- Gradient, Del and Curl Operators
- Gauss-Divergence Theorem and its Physical Interpretation
- Stokes’ Theorem
- Differential Form of Gauss’s Law
- Differential form of Faraday’s Law
- Differential Form of Ampere’s Law
- Continuity Equation
- Maxwell’s Equations
- Electromagnetic Wave Equations
Electronic Properties of Solids