Engineering Physics

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The app is a complete free handbook of Engineering Physics which covers important topics, notes, materials, news & blogs on the course. This useful App lists 60 topics with detailed notes, diagrams, equations, formulas & course material, the topics are listed in 4 chapters. The app is must have for all the engineering science students & professionals.

This app provides quick revision and reference to the important topics like a detailed flash card notes, it makes it easy & useful for the student or a professional to cover the course syllabus quickly before an exams or interview for jobs.

Each topic is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations for better learning and quick understanding.

Some of the topics Covered in the app are:

1. Introduction to wave mechanics
2. de-Broglie matter waves
3. THE SCHRIODINGER EQUATION
4. Wave-Particle Duality
5. Phase and group velocity
6. Davisson-Germer Experiment
7. Physical significance of wave function
8. Particle in a 1D-box
9. Principles of X-ray Diffraction
10. Braggs spectrometer
11. Compton Effect
12. Experimental verification: Compton Effect
13. Ultrasonic Production
14. Piezoelectric effect
15. Piezoelectric generator
16. Detection of Ultrasonic Waves
17. Acousing Grating
18. application of ultrasonics
19. Ultrasonic Cleaning applications
20. Dielectric Constant
21. Motion in a Magnetic Field
22. Dielectric constant and polarizability
23. Sources of polarizability
24. Piezoelectricity
25. Ferroelectricity
26. Dielectric Loss
27. Langevins theory for diamagnetic material
28. Langevins Theory of Paramagnetism
29. Magnetic Field
30. The Lorentz Force
31. Motion in a crossed electric and magnetic fields
32. Force on a Current Carrying Conductor
33. Torque on a Current Loop in a Uniform Magnetic Field
34. Potential Energy of a Magnetic Dipole
35. Biot- Savarts' Law
36. Amperes Law
37. Vector Potential
38. Electromagnetic Induction
39. Motional Emf
40. Time Varying Field
41. Mutual Inductance
42. Self Inductance
43. Magnetism in Matter
44. Ferromagnets
45. Diamagnetism:Displacement Current
46. Maxwell's Equations
47. Electromagnetic Waves
48. Generation of Electromagnetic Waves
49. Poynting Vector
50. Introduction: Evidence of a Phase Transition
51. Meissner effect
52. The magnetic properties of superconductors
53. Type I and Type II Superconductors
54. Mechanism of superconductivity
55. BCS theory and Cooper pairs
56. High Tc superconductors
57. Applications of superconductors
58. The Importance of Nanoscale
59. Buckyballs
60. Ongoing Research and Development Activities
61. Applications of nanotechnology

The app provides quick revision and reference to the important topics like a detailed flash card notes, it makes it easy & useful for the student or a professional to cover the course syllabus quickly before an exams or interview for jobs.

Track your learning, set reminders, edit the study material, add favorite topics, share the topics on social media.

Use this useful engineering app as your tutorial, digital book, a reference guide for syllabus, course material, project work, sharing your views on the blog.

You can also blog about engineering technology, innovation, engineering startups, college research work, institute updates, Informative links on course materials & education programs from your smartphone or tablet or at http://www.engineeringapps.net/.
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What's New

• Chapter and topics made offline acces
• New Intuitive Knowledge Test & Score Section
• Search Option with autoprediction to get straight the your topic
• Fast Response Time of Application
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Additional Information

Updated
January 9, 2018
Size
5.6M
Installs
10,000+
Current Version
5.5
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Engineering Apps
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