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Tolani F.G.

Polytechnic, Adipur
Assignment-
Assignment-2
Subject: Engineering Physics (Group-
(Group-1) Subject Code: 3300004
Unit-
Unit-1 SI Units& Measurements
2 Marks Questions
1. Define: (i) Meter, (ii) Kilogram, (iii) Ampere, (iv) Kelvin, (v) Mole. in S.I.
3. Write formula to find out the least count measurement of VernierCallipers & micrometer screw.
4. Write two names of derived physical quantities and write its S.I. Unit.
5. Write SI & CGS Units of: Force, Pressure, Work, and Power, Energy.
6. Write Significant figures of: (a) 59307 (b) 0.07030 (c) 1.00907 (d) 1.30070 (e) 19.370 (f) 7.0007 (g) 1.007825
(h) 6.23 X1023 (i) 9.31 X10-31 (j) 2.24 X10-24 (k) 0.0009

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Theory)


1. Draw neat & labeled diagram of vernier caliper with its working.
2. Draw neat & labeled diagram of micrometer screw with its working.
3. Explain Errors of Micrometer screw with neat figure.
4. Explain Errors of vernier caliper with neat figure.
5. Write Fundamental physical quantities with their SI units and symbol.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Numeric Problems)


Problems)

1. Pitch of a micrometer screw is mm. If its circular scale is divided in equal 50 divisions, Calculate Least count of it.

2. A micrometer screw has L.C. 5 X 10-6 m. If there are 100 divisions on its circular scale, find pitch of micrometer screw.
3. Main scale of a vernier calipers is calibrated in millimeter. Twenty divisions of vernier scale is equal to 19 division.
Calculate least count of it.
4. In an experiment to find out refractive index of glass, the observation of refractive index are 1.36, 1.29, 1.33, 1.34, 1.35,
1.32, 1.31 and 1.34, find- (1) average refractive index (2) average absolutes error, (3) relative error & (4) percentage
error.
Unit-
Unit-2 Force & Motion
2 Marks Questions
1. State Newton’s first law of motion. 2. State Newton’s second law of motion.
3. State Newton’s third law of motion. 4. State Law of Conservation of momentum.
5. What is impulse of force? Write its SI Unit.
6. State Newton’s law of gravitation and write SI unit of ‘G’ (Gravitational constant).

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Theory)


1. Give Newton’s second law of motion & show that F = ma.
2. Give detailed classification of force. 3. Write short note on ‘Inertia’.
4. Derive equations of motion of particle in moving in one dimension.
5. Write law of conservation of momentum and explain it.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Numeric Problems)


1. A cricket ball of mass 250 g is thrown with a speed of 40 m/s, is struck by a bat. After leaving the bat, the ball travels in
the opposite direction with a speed of 40 m/s. Assuming the average force acting on ball as 9000 N, determine the
impulse and the impact time.
2. A car of 1200 kg of mass having velocity of 50m/s running on straight and plain road. If break is applied suddenly then
6KN force is existed. Then (i) Find the Deacceleration (ii) In how much time the car will stop?
3. If one object contain mass of 24 Kg and force applied on it is 24N then what will be acceleration?
4. Calculate the force acting on a body of mass 100 gram moving with an acceleration of 10 m/s2 .
5. A soldier fires bullets each of mass 50 gm, from his rifle with a velocity of 1000 m/s. If he can resist a maximum force of
400 N on his shoulder, find the maximum number of bullets which he can fire in a second?
Unit-
Unit-3 General properties of matter
2 Marks Questions
1. State Hooke’s Law. Discuss different types of modulii of elasticity in detail.
2. Define stress and write its unit.
4. Define strain and write its unit.
5. Define: (1) Deforming Force (2) Restoring Force.
6. Explain in short bulk Modulus.
7. Explain in short Modulus of rigidity.
8. Explain in short Young’s Modulus.
9. Define cohesive and adhesive Force.
10. Give definitions of surface tension with their unit.
11. Define Surface energy and write S.I. unit.
12. Convert surface tension of 470 CGS unit into SI unit.
13. Distinguish between Streamline and Turbulent flow.
14. Discuss the effect of temperature and impurity on surface tension.
15. Write formula to determine surface tension and write names of each term in formula.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Theory)


1. Define strain. Write its types and define each type.
2. Define stress. Write its types and define each type.
3. Give formula of Reynolds’s number. Discuss types of flow from Reynold’s number. What will be the type of flow if
coefficient of viscosity is zero?
4. Give stoke’s Law & Explain terminal velocity of sphere in a viscous medium.
5. Give the difference between liquids which wets the solids and that which do not wet the solid.
6. Explain Reynold’s Number and its significance.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Numeric Problems)


1. Water rises up to 3.6 cm in a capillary tube of diameter 0.4 mm immersed vertically in water. How far will it rise in a
tube of diameter 0.3 mm?
2. A steel rod has a radius R of 9.5 X10-3 m and length L of 0.81 m. A 62 KN force F stretches it along its length. What are the
stress on the rod, the elongation and the strain of the rod? Given that Young’s modulus Y for steel is 2 X 1011 N/m2.
3. Determine the terminal velocity of a metal sphere in glycerin. Given radius of the sphere 0.02 m, density of the material
of sphere is 10.5 X103 kg/m3, coefficient of viscosity is 0.98 Ns/m2, density of liquid is 1.5 X 103 kg/m3.
4. There is a tube lying in a horizontal plane having a diameter of 1 cm, water flows in a tube at the rate 12 cm/s. If
viscosity of water is 0.01 CGS unit and density of water is 1 CGS unit. Calculate Reynold’s number.
5. Calculate the surface tension of water that rises to a height 1.5 cm in a capillary tube of 2 mm diameter, density of water
is 1CGS unit and g=980 CGS unit, angle of contact is 00 .
6. A wire of length 5 m and diameter 2 mm is hanging from ceiling. Mass of 5 kg is suspended at its lower end. Calculate
increase in its volume. Poisson’s ratio is 0.2, young’s modulus = 2 X 1011 N/m2 and take g = 10ms-2

Unit-
Unit- 4 Heat Transfer
2 Marks Questions
1. Define specific heat. Write it SI unit.
2. Write applications of bad conductor of heat.
3. Define heat capacity of object. Write its SI unit.
4. Distinguish between conduction and Radiation.
5. Write definition of Calorie.
6. Define: Co-efficient of thermal conductivity.
7. Write the value of specific heat of water at room temperature.
8. Define thermal conductivity. Write its SI unit.
3 & 4 Marks Questions (Theory)
1. Give the difference between Heat and Temperature. Explain in detail different methods of heat transfer.
2. Write short note on modes of transfer of heat.
3. Explain Lee’s method to find out the thermal conductivity of low thermal conductor.
4. Write short note on to determine the thermal conductivity by Searl’s apparatus.
5. Write Stefan-Boltzmann’s law.
6. Write three modes of heat transfer.
7. Write down the equations showing relation between Kelvin, Fahrenheit, Celsius scale.
3 & 4 Marks Questions (Numeric Problems)
1. The total area of glass window pane is 0.5m2 .Calculate how much heat conducted per hour through the pane if thickness
of glass is 0.6 cm, the inside temperature is 23°c and outside temperature is 20°c. k for glass is 1.0 W/m K.
2. Convert the Temperature 250 K into Fahrenheit and Celsius units.
3. Convert 40 °C to Kelvin and Fahrenheit units.
4. One glass window contains temperature of 35 °C in inner side and 30 °C in outer side. The thickness of such window
glass is 6mm. If heat radiation is 40 Kcal per minute, then calculate the area of window. ( k=0.0002 kcal/m°Cs)

Unit-
Unit- 5 Waves & Sound
2 Marks Questions
1. Define the following: Periodic time, Frequency, Phase, Wavelength, Amplitude, echo and reverberation.
2. Write short note on transverse waves.
3. Write short note on longitudinal waves.
4. Define: (1) reverberation (2) Open window unit.
5. Write any four applications of Ultrasonic waves.
6. Define: Open Window Unit (O.W.U.)

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Theory)


1. Write short note on factors affecting reverberation time and acoustics of buildings.
2. Distinguish between Transverse and Longitudinal wave.
3. Explain Acoustics of building and write Sabine’s Formula for Reverberation time.
4. State effect of pressure, temperature and humidity on velocity of sound in air.
5. Write the properties of ultrasonic waves.
6. Write the applications of ultrasonic waves.
7. State Sabine’s law for reverberation of sound. Explain meaning of each term.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Numeric Problems)


1. If the velocity of sound is 340 m/s and its wave length is 0.5 meter, then find out frequency of sound.
2. Radio wave having wavelength 1200 cm and its frequency is 25 X 103 KHz. Find the velocity of wave.
3. Find the units of sound absorption if the volume of hall is 2200 m3 , total absorbing surface area 1660 m2 and the
reverberation time 2 second.
4. Find the velocity of the wave traveling with a frequency of 450 MHz having wavelength of 5 cm.
5. If velocity of sound wave is 3400m/s and wavelength is 17cm then find out frequency of sound wave.

Unit- 6 Light &Nanotechnology

2 Marks Questions
1. Write Snell’s law.
2. Explain Dispersion of Light.
3. Define; Polarization of light.
4. What is interference of light? State its types.
5. Give full meaning of SWNT and AFM.
6. Write the statement of snell’s law.

3 & 4 Marks Questions


Questions (Theory)
1. State the Laws of Reflection of Light. With Neat diagram.
2. Explain Polarization of light.
3. Write short note on nanotechnology.
4. Write laws of refraction. With neat figure.
5. Write short note on interference of light.
6. Write any ten applications of Nanotechnology.
7. Explain Total internal reflection of Light.
8. Write dispersion of light with neat figure.
9. State any six properties of nano material.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Numeric Problems)


1. Velocity of light in air is 3 X 108m/s . If velocity of light in glass is 2 X 108m/s, then find out refractive index of glass.
2. Refractive index of diamond with respect to glass is 1.62. Absolute refractive index of glass is 1.5. Find absolute
refractive index of diamond.
3. Write full form of SWCNT which is belongs to nanotechnology.

Unit-
Unit- 7 Radioactivity
2 Marks Questions
1. Define decay constant.
2. Define Half Life Period of a radioactive substance.
3. What is radioactivity? State its types.
4. Define natural and artificial radio activity.
5. Write the units of radioactivity.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Theory)


1. Write properties of Alpha, Beta & Gamma rays.
2. Write applications of Alpha, Beta & Gamma rays.
3. Explain Average Life and Decay Constant of radioactive substance.
4. Obtain the Law of decay for radioactive substance (N = Noe-λt)
5. Explain parent element and daughter element with suitable example.

3 & 4 Marks Questions (Numeric Problems)


1. Calculate decay constant for a radioactive substance having half life period of 10 days.
2. If average life time of radioactive substance is 5 days, then find its half life time.
3. Find the decay constant and the average life period if the half life period of the element is 25 days.

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