Our 1000+ Engineering Physics questions and answers focuses on all areas of Engineering Physics subject covering 100+ topics in Engineering Physics. These topics are chosen from a collection of most authoritative and best reference books on Engineering Physics. One should spend 1 hour daily for 2-3 months to learn and assimilate Engineering Physics comprehensively. This way of systematic learning will prepare anyone easily towards Engineering Physics interviews, online tests, examinations and certifications.
– 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers in Engineering Physics with explanations.
– Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic in Engineering Physics Subject.
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Here’s list of Questions & Answers on Engineering Physics Subject covering 100+ topics:
1. Crystal Physics
The section contains questions and answers on Solids.
|Classification of Solids|
2. Quantum Physics
The section contains questions on compton effect and waves.
The section contains questions and answers on Reverberation.
|Reverberation I||Reverberation II|
4. Fibre Optics
The section contains questions on lasers and optical fibres.
5. Semiconducting Materials
The section contains questions on hall effect and semiconductor properties.
Properties of Semiconductors
Properties of Semiconductors II
6. Magnetic Materials
The section contains questions on classification and theory of magnetism.
|Classification of Magnetic Material||Theory of Ferromagnetism|
7. Advanced Engineering Materials
The section contains questions and answers on nano phase materials, metallic glasses, dimension analysis and units and measurements.
Nano Phase Materials
Units and Measurements
Dimensions of a Physical Quantity
Motion and Mechanics
8. Laws of motion
The section contains questions and answers on forces, gravity and its effects, friction and forces and motion in a plane.
9. Nature of Physical World
The section contains questions on work, energy and friction.
Work, Energy and Power
Collision and Friction
|Work and Energy|
The section contains questions and answers on forces of nature as well as inertia.
Coefficient of Restitution
Forces and Inertia
|Forces of Nature|
The section contains questions on centripetal force, energy and work.
12. System of Particles and Rotational Motion
The section contains questions on significance of rotational motion and inertia, angular momentum and relation between torque and momentum.
Significance of Rotational Motion
Relation between Torque and Momentum
Moment of Inertia and its Significance
Translational and Rotational Motion
13. Mechanical Properties of Solids
The section contains questions on thermal conduction and expansion, weight of body, density of earth, intensity of gravitational fields, buoyancy and thrust of liquid.
Weight of a Body
Mass and Density of the Earth
Intensity of Gravitational Field
Gravitational Potential Field
Thrust of a Liquid
Temperature and Specific Heat
14. Thermal Properties of Matter
The sections covers questions on elastic limit, stress and strain, streamline and turbulent flow.
Stress and Strain
|Streamline and Turbulent Flow|
15. Kinetic Theory of Gases
The section contains questions and answers on specific heat and thermodynamics, latent heat, gases and its reactions, ideal gases and orbital velocity.
Absorption and Emission
Specific Heat and Thermodynamics
Isothermic and Adiabatic Process
Kinetic Theory of Gases
Ideal Gases II
Gases and Reactions
The section contains questions on oscillatory, periodic, and harmonic motions.
Harmonic Motion II
Simple Harmonic Oscillation
The section contains questions and answers on waves-transverse, longitudinal, progressive, travelling, stationary, superposition and sound waves.
Wave Motion I
Wave Motion II
Tansverse Waves II
Superposition of Waves
Sounds and Waves
Sounds ans Waves II
18. Ultrasonics/ Conducting & Dielectric Materials/ Kinetic Theory of Gases
The section contains questions on elasticity, magnetosreiction effect and generator, orbital velocity, free electron theory and moment of inertia.
Magnetostrictiion Effect and Magnetostriction Generator
Free Electron Theory
Properties of Dielectric Materials
Moment of Inertia
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