**Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (PHY-202):**

The course of “Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics” is introducing fundamental aspects of heat flow behavior. Statistical mechanics deals with average effects of large number of individuals.Thermodynamics literally means heat in motion. It is that branch of physics which deals with transformation of heat energy in to mechanical energy and vice versa. It is widely used in the design of heat engine, steam turbines, refrigerator, physical chemistry and chemical physics. To get a deeper inside and understanding in to the laws of thermodynamics, the molecular concept of matter can be incorporated into the study of thermodynamics by means of statistical mechanics.

**Prerequisites: **

**Physics-III**

**Learning Outcomes:**

To enable students to:

- Understand the origin of heat and temperature
- The basic laws of thermodynamics
- The applications of laws controlling the heat phenomena
- Understand analyses and design the heat engines, various devices and components working on the basis of heat flow.
- Study of thermodynamics by means of statistical mechanics.

**Contents:**

1**.** Statistical Mechanics.

2. Temperature.

3. Thermodynamics.

4. Origin in Quantum Theory.

5. Wave nature of Matter.

6.Atomic Physics

7. Quantum Mechanics.

8. .Nuclear Physics

9. Nuclear Reaction.

10. Introduction to Quantum Optics (laser).

.**Lab-IV:**

1. Determination of ionization potential of mercury.

2. Characteristics of a semiconductor diode.

3. Setting up of half and full wave rectifire & study of following factors

(a) Smoothing effect of a capacitor

(b) Ripple factor & its variation with load.

(c) Study o regulation of output voltage with load.

4. To set up a single stage amplifire and measure its voltage gain and bandwidth.

5. To set up and study various logic gates (AND, OR, NAND etc.) using diode and to develop their truth table.

**Recomended Books/Readings:**

1. Fundamental of Classical and Statistical thermodynamics Bimalendu N. Roy Wiley & Sons Inc.,

2. Physics by D. Halliday, R. Resnick and K. S. Krane, John Wiley & Sons Inc., 5th Ed. (2003).

3. Fundamental of Physics by D. Halliday, R. Resnick and J. Walker, Extended. John Wiley & Sons Inc., (2008).

4. University Physics by Young, Freedman and Ford, Seers and Zemansky’s Pearson Education Inc., (2008).

5. Thermal Physics by S.C. Garg., R.M. Bansal, C.K.Ghosh, 2nd edition ,McGraw Hill Education Private Limited

6. Thermodynamics & Modern physics by M.Kleem Akhtar, based on 4th & 5th Edition of Physics by D. Halliday, R. Resnick and K. S. Krane,

**System of Evaluation:**

- Mid-term exam: 30 Marks
- Final-term exam: 30 Marks
- Practical exam: 20 Marks
- Sessional: 20 Marks (Attendance, Disciplines/Regularity, Class Participation, Assignment)

**Key Dates:**

Commencement of Classes:

January 13, 2020

Mid-term exam:

March 09-13,2020

Final-term exam:

May 04-08, 2020

Declaration of result:

May 19,2020

**Time Table of Classes:**

**For BS-IV (Regular) will be conducted on:**

Theory:

Monday: 08:00 to 09:30 AM

Tuesday: 08:00 to 09:30 AM

Lab/Practical:

Wednesday: 11:00 to 01:00 PM

**For BS-IV (Self-support) will be conducted on:**

Theory:

Monday: 12:30 to 02:00 PM

Tuesday: 12:30 to 02:00 PM

Lab/Practical:

Wednesday: 09:00 to 11:00 AM