Principles of Engineering Physics 2
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- Md Nazoor Khan, Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology (IGIT), Odisha, India
- Simanchala Panigrahi, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India
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This textbook is a follow-up to the volume Principles of Engineering Physics 1 and aims for an introductory course in engineering physics. It provides a balance between theoretical concepts and their applications. Fundamental concepts of crystal structure including lattice directions and planes, atomic packing factor, diffraction by crystal, reciprocal lattics and intensity of diffracted beam are extensively discussed in the book. The book also covers topics related to superconductivity, optoelectronic devices, dielectric materials, semiconductors, electron theory of solids and energy bands in solids. The text is written in a logical and coherent manner for easy understanding by students. Emphasis has been given to an understanding of the basic concepts and their applications to a number of engineering problems. Each topic is discussed in detail both conceptually and mathematically, so that students will not face comprehension difficulties. Derivations and solved problems are provided in a step-by-step approach.Read more
- Step-by-step derivations
- Important topics discussed with the help of solved problems
- Extensive pedagogical features including solved problems, unsolved exercises and multiple choice questions with answers
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- Date Published: May 2018
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- isbn: 9781108225670
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Table of Contents
1. Crystal structure
2. Defects in crystals
4. Bonding in solids
5. Magnetic properties of materials
7. Optical properties of materials
8. Optoelectronic devices
9. Dielectric materials
10. Electronic theory of solids
11. Energy bands in solids
13. Nano structures and thin films
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