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  ------------------------Chapter 01: Measurements------------------------IntroductionPhysical QuantitiesInternational System of UnitsBase UnitsSupplementary UnitsDerived UnitsScientific NotationConventions for Indicating UnitsErrors and UncertaintiesPrecision and AccuracyAssessment of Total Uncertainty in the Final resultDimensions of Physical Quantities-----------------------------------Chapter 02: Vectors and Equilibrium-----------------------------------Basic Concept of vectors.Vectors.Rectangular Coordinate system.Addition of Vectors.Resultant Vectors.Vectors Subtraction.Multiplication of a Vector with a Scalar.Unit Vector.Null Vector.Equal Vectors.Rectangular Components of a Vector.Determination of a Vector from its Rectangular Components.Position Vector.Vector Addition by Rectangular Components.Product of two Vectors.Vector or Cross Product.Torque.Equilibrium of Forces.First Condition of Equilibrium.Second Condition of Equilibrium.----------------------------Chapter 03: Motion and Force----------------------------MotionDisplacementVelocityAverage VelocityInstantaneous VelocityAccelerationAverage AccalerationInstantaneous AccalerationUniform AccelerationReview of Equations of Uniformly Accelerated MotionAcceleration due to GravityNewton's Laws of MotionMomentumImpulseIsolated SystemLaws of Conservation of MomentumCollision  Elastic Collision in one DimensionForce due to Water FlowMomentum and Explosive ForcesRocket PropulsionProjectile MotionApplications to Ballistic Missiles----------------------------Chapter 04: Work and Energy----------------------------Work Done by a Constant ForceWork Done by a variable ForceWork Done by GravitationalPowerEnergyWork Energy PrincipleAbsolute Potential EnergyEscape VelocityInterconversion of Potential Energy and Kinetic EnergyConservation of EnergyNon Conventional Energy SourcesEnergy from TidesEnergy from WavesSolar EnergyEnergy from BiomassEnergy from Waste ProductsGeothermal Energy---------------------------Chapter 05: Circular Motion---------------------------Circular MotionAnglar DisplacementAngular VelocityAngular AccelerationRelation Between Angular And Linear VelocitiesRelation Between Linear And Angular AccelerationCentripetal ForceMoment Of InertiaAngular MomentumTypes Of Angular MomentumLaw Of Conservation Of Angular MomentumRotational Kinetic EnergyArtificial SatellitesReal And Apparent WeightWeightlessness In Satellites And Gravity Free SystemOrbital VelocityArtificial GravityGeostationary OrbitsCommunication Satellites--------------------------Chapter 06: Fluid Dynamics--------------------------Viscous Drag and Stokes' LawTerminal VelocityFluid FlowEquation of ContinuityBernoulli's EquationApplications of Bernoulli's Equation  Torricelli's TheoremRelation between Speed and Pressure of the FluidVenturi RelationBlood Flow------------------------Chapter 07: Ocsillations------------------------Types of motionSimple harmonic motionDifferent terms connected with SHMSHM and uniform circular motionPhaseA horizontal mass spring systemSimple pendulumEnergy conservation in SHMFree and forced oscillationsResonanceDamped oscillationsSharpness of resonance-----------------Chapter 08: Waves-----------------WavesMatter WavesProgressive WavesTransverse WavesLongitudinal WavesPeriodic WavesTransverse Periodic WavesEquation of Wave SpeedSpeed of Sound in AirLaplace's CorrectionEffect of Pressure on Velocity of SoundEffect of DensityEffect of temperaturePrinciple of SuperpositionInterferenceBeatsReflection of WavesStationary WavesStationary Waves in a Stretched StringDoppler's EffectApplications of Doppler's Effect---------------------------Chapter 09: Physical Optics---------------------------OpticsWavefrontsHuygen's PrincipleInterference of Light WavesYoung's Double Slit ExperimentInterference in thin filmsNewton's RingsMichelsons InterferometerDiffraction of LightDiffraction due to Narrow SlitDiffraction Grating  Diffraction of X-Rays by crystalsDifferecne b/w Interference and DiffractionPolarization-------------------------------Chapter 10: Optical Instruments-------------------------------Least distance of distinct visionMagnifying and resolving power of optical instrumentsMicroscopeSimple microscopeCompound microscopeTelescopeAstronomical telescopeSpectrometerSpeed of lightDerivation to find speed of lightIntroduction to fibre opticsFibre optic principleTypes of optical fibreLosses of powerAdvantages and disadvantages of optical fibre-----------------------------------Chapter 11: Heat and Thermodynamics-----------------------------------HeatThermodynamicsKinetic theory of gasesPressure of a gasInterpretation of temperatureDerivation of gas lawsInternal energyWork and heatLaws of thermodynamicsFirst law of thermodynamicsMolar specfic heat of a gasReversible and irreversible processesHeat engineSecond law of thermodynamicsCarnot engine and Carnot's theoremPatrol engineDisel engineEntropy
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