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Contents:

Section-I: Applied Physics

1. Rectilinear Motion

1.1 Introduction

Acceleration

Uniform Acceleration

1.2 Kinematical Equation or Equations of Motion

1.3 Equation of Motion under Gravity

1.4 Distance Travelled by Particle in nth second

1.5 Velocity – Time Diagram

2. Angular Motion

2.1 Introduction

Angular Displacement (q)

Angular Velocity (q)

Angular Acceleration (q)

2.2 Relation between Angular Velocity (q) and Linear Velocity (v)

2.3 Definition of S.H.M (Simple Harmonic Motion)

2.4 S.H.M. as Projection of Uniform Circular Motion (U.C.M) on any one Diameter

2.5 Equation of S.H.M

Velocity is S.H.M.

Acceleration is S.H.M.

Equation of S. H. M.

2.6 Graphical Representation of Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration in S.H.M. (Two Cases)

3. Kinetics

3.1 Definitions

Kinetics

Momentum

Impulse

3.2 Newton’s Law of Motion and Equations

Newton’s First Law of Motion

Newton’s Second Law of Motion

Newton’s Third Law of Motion

3.3 Application of Laws of Motion

Recoil of Gun

Recoil Velocity of a Gun

Motion of a Lift

4. Work, Power and Energy

4.1 Introduction

Work

Power

Unit of Power

Watt

Energy

Mechanical Energy

4.2 Work Energy Principle

Law of Conservation of Energy

4.3 Representation of Workdone by using graph

4.4 Workdone by a Torque

5. Non Destructive Testing

5.1 Testing Methods of Materials

Destructive Testing

5.2 Non Destructive Testing

Advantages of Non Destructive Testing (NDT)

Limitations of Non Destructive Testing

Names of NDT Methods used in industries

Selection of NDT Methods

5.3 NDT Methods

Liquid Penetrant Testing (LPT)

Ultrasonic Testing

6. Acoustics

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Intensity of Sound

Loudness of Sound (L)

Threshold of Hearing

Threshold of Pain

6.3 Echo

6.4 Reverberation

6.5 Reverberation Time (T)

6.6 Sabines Formula

6.7 Conditions for Good Acoustics

6.8 Factors Affecting Acoustical Planning of Auditorium

7. Indoor Lighting

7.1 Introduction

Photometry

7.2 Important Definitions

Luminous Intensity (or Luminosity of illuminating Power [P])

Candella

Luminous Flux

Lumen

Illuminance (I)

Solid Angle

7.3 Inverse Square Law of Illuminance

7.4 Principle of Photometry or Photometric Equation

7.5 Bunsen’s Photometer

Principle

Construction and Working

Applications

7.6 Need of Indoor Lighting

7.7 Indoor Lighting Schemes

7.8 Factors Affecting Indoor Lighting

8. Introduction to Nanotechnology

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Nanoscale, Nanometer and Nanoparticle

Nanoscale

Nanometer

Nanoparticles

8.3 Nano-Structured Materials

8.4 Application of Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology in Electronics

Nanotechnology in Automobiles

Nanotechnology in Medical

Nanotechnology in Textile

Nanotechnology in Cosmetics

Nanotechnology in Environment

Nanotechnology in Space and Defence

Section – II: Applied Chemistry

1. Water

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Sources of Water

Properties of Water

1.3 Impurities of Water

1.4 Classification of Water

1.5 Causes of Hardness of Water

1.6 Types of Hardness

1.7 Degree of Hardness of Water

Calculate of Degree of Hardness

1.8 Effects of Hard Water

1.9 Methods of Softening of Hard Water

Methods of Softening of Temporary Hard Water

Methods of softening of Permanent Hard Water

1.10 Characteristics of Drinking Water

1.11 Plumbosolvency

1.12 pH and pOH Values

1.13 Applications of pH in Engineering

2. Cement and Lime

2.1 Cement

Definition

Types of Cement

Portland Cement

Setting and Hardening of Cement

Properties of Cement

Physical Requirements

Uses of Cement

Mortar

Concrete

2.2 Lime

Preparation of Lime

Slaking of Lime

Types of Lime

3. Paints and Varnishes

3.1 Paints

Definition

Characteristics of Good Paint

Purpose of Applying Paint

Failure of Paint

3.2 Varnishes

Definition

Characteristics of Good Varnishes

Constituents of Varnish

Types of Varnishes

Composition, Properties and Applications of Varnishes

4. Corrosion

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Definition of Corrosion

4.3 Why Protection of Metals from Corrosion is necessary

4.4 Types of Corrosion

4.5 Atmospheric Corrosion or Chemical Corrosion

Oxidation Corrosion or Corrosion due to Oxygen

Corrosion by Other Gasses

Liquid Metal Corrosion

Factors Affecting Atmospheric Corrosion

4.6 Electrochemical Corrosion or Immersed Corrosion

Definition

Principle of Electrochemical Corrosion

Electrochemical corrosion based on Galvanic Cell Action

Electrical Corrosion as Concentration Cell corrosion (Differential Aeration Corrosion)

Mechanism of Electrochemical Corrosion

Factors Affecting Electrochemical Corrosion

4.7 Protection of Metals from Corrosion

4.8 Inorganic Protective Coatings

4.9 Methods of Applying Metal Coating

Galvanizing

Tinning

Cementation / Diffusion Method

Metal Spraying

Metal Cladding

Electroplating

4.10 Non-Corrosive Materials

Paints

Lacquers

Enamels

Emulsion Paints

Special Paints

4.11 Organic Coating

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