### Engineering Physics Lab

The Basic Sciences and Humanities Department has an Engineering Physics laboratory, which was established in the year 1998 with a initial cost of Rs. 2, 76,000/- and updated subsequently by spending Rs.7,25,585/- with latest equipment to fulfill the needs of I B.Tech engineering students. The total cost of physics lab at present is Rs. 10,01,585/-. The following experiments are offered to the students per semester. For smooth progress of light experiments, this laboratory is provided with dark room facility

**Engineering Physics Lab (FOR CE / ME) **

1. Determine the rigidity modulus of given Wire Torsional Pendulum

2. Determine the velocity of sound - Volume Resonator

3. Determine the coupling constant of Coupled oscillator

4. Verification of laws of vibrations of stretched strings

5. Study of normal modes in string using Forced vibrations in rods-Melde’s experiment

6. Draw the frequency response curves of LCR Series and Parallel circuits

7. Determination of lattice constant – lattice dimensions kit.

8. Determine the radius of curvature of plano convex lens-Newton Rings

9. Determine the thickness of thin object-wedge method

10. Laser beam divergence and spot size determination

11. Determination of wave ength of source using diffraction grating

12. Determine the dispersive power of a given material of the prism

**Solid State Physics Lab (FOR EEE / ECE) **

1. Determination of bending losses in optical fiber

2. Determination of numerical aperture of an optical fiber

3. Determination of energy band gap of a semiconductor

4. Determination of thermal resistance by thermistor

5. Determination of time constant of RC circuit

6. Determination of resonance frequency of LCR circuit in series and parallel

7. Study of the characteristics of a zenar diode.

8. Determination of magnetic field along the axis of circular disc by using Stewart and Gee’s Apparatus

9. Study normal modes in string using forced vibrations in rods-Melde’s experiment.

10. Determination of Frequency of A.C supply by sono meter.

11. Determination of Hall coefficient by Hall effect

12. Draw Hysteresis curve of a ferro magnetic material

**Applied Physics Lab (FOR CSE / IT) **

1. Determination of Energy Band gap of a semiconductor

2. Determination of thermal coefficient of a thermistor

3. Draw V-I characteristics of a Zenar diode and calculate breakdown voltage

4. Determination of time constant of RC circuit

5. Determination of resonance frequency of LCR Series and parallel circuit

6. Determination of magnetic field along the axis of a circular coil by using Stewart and Gee’s Apparatus

7. Study of normal modes in string using forced vibrations in rods-Melde’s experiment

8. Determine Numerical aperture of an optical fiber

9. Determination of Frequency of A.C supply

10. Determination of wave length of source using diffraction grating

### Description

Faculty In-charge | Dr.S.Suresh , Sr.Gr.Assistant Professor |
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Technical Support | Mr.K.Muralidhar |

Carpet Area : | 200.39 Sq.M |

Total Investment : | Rs.10,01,585 |

Equipment Details: | He-Ne laser,Thermo electric generation effect Peltier Effect Spectro Meters,Travelling Microscopes Fiber Optics Kit,Function Generators,Diffraction due to Helical Structure Diffraction due to surface tension waves on water |

Exclusive/shared : | Shared |