"A Textbook of Engineering Physics Practical" is a collection of thirty-four experiments focused on the most urgent issues arising from the need of quality education in engineering labs today and in the near future. Written by experienced teachers and researchers, the book is divided into three units: General Physics Lab, Optics Lab & Modern Physics Lab. This book will prove to be a help, in both performing the experiments and explaining the theory related to viva-voce.
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  • Publisher: Laxmi Publications
  • Language: English
  • ISBN : 978-93-80386-86-7
  • Chapter 1

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    A graph is a visual representation of data that displays the relationship between two sets of data, one set represented on a horizontal scale (X-axis), and the other on a perpendicular scale (Y-axis). The results of measurement can be represented more effectively by a graph.
  • Chapter 2

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    Calibration of a voltmeter with a potentiometer
  • Chapter 3

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    To compare the electromotive forces (e.m.f.) of two given cells by Lumsden’s method.
  • Chapter 4

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    To determine : (i) The resistance per unit length of the Carey-foster’s bridge wire. (ii) The resistance of experimental wire. (iii) The specific resistance of the experimental wire by comparing the resistance of wire with standard resistance.
  • Chapter 5

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    To determine the frequency of A.C. mains by means of a Sonometer.
  • Chapter 6

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    To determine the value of H, horizontal component of earth’s magnetic field by deflection magnetometer and vibration magnetometer.
  • Chapter 7

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    To determine the moment of inertia of a flywheel about its own axis of rotation.
  • Chapter 8

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    To accurately measure the acceleration due to gravity g with the help of a reversible physical pendulum (or bar pendulum).
  • Chapter 9

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    Surface tension arises because each molecule in a liquid is attracted to its fellow molecule. A molecule of the surface is attracted into the bulk liquid, which tends to reduce the liquid’s surface area,
  • Chapter 10

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    To determine the surface tension of water at laboratory temperature by Jaeger’s method.
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