Curriculum
Subject :Oscillation and Wave Theory Code‐ 09010404
S.No | Topic | Learning Objectives | Teaching
guideline |
Methodology | Time |
1 | Harmonic Oscillators and Oscillation
1. Potential well, harmonic Oscillator. 2. Differential equation and its solution. 3.Kinetic and potential energy, 4.Examples of simple harmonic oscillations 5.Spring and mass system, Simple and compound pendulum 6.Mathematical Problems Related to the pendulums 7.Torsional Pendulum 8.Mathematical Problems Related to the pendulums 9.Brief Explanation and derivation of Oscillations of two masses connected by a spring |
To discuss Potential well, harmonic Oscillator, Differential equation and its solution, Kinetic and potential energy, Examples of simple harmonic oscillations, Spring and mass system, Simple and compound pendulum,
Mathematical Problems Related to the pendulums, Torsional Pendulum, Mathematical Problems Related to the pendulums, Brief Explanation and derivation of Oscillations of two masses connected by a spring |
To cover derivation and explanation of Potential well, harmonic Oscillator, Differential equation and its solution., kinetic and potential energy, examples of simple harmonic oscillations, Spring and mass system, Simple and compound pendulum, Mathematical Problems Related to the pendulums, Torsional Pendulum , Mathematical Problems Related to the pendulums,
Brief Explanation and derivation of Oscillations of two masses connected by a spring |
1. Conventional Method ( White- Board Teaching)
2.Power Point Presentation |
12 hours |
2 | Oscillators and vibration
1.Superposition of two simple harmonic vibrations 2.Lissajous figures 3.Case of different frequencies 4.Coupled Oscillators, 5.Normal Modes , 6.N Coupled Oscillators 7.Damped harmonic oscillators 8.Power absorption, 9. Resonance in systems with many degree of freedom. |
To discuss Superposition of two simple harmonic vibrations, Lissajous figures, Case of different frequencies, Coupled Oscillators,
Normal Modes , N Coupled Oscillators, Damped harmonic oscillators, Power absorption, Resonance in systems with many degree of freedom. |
To cover derivation and explanation of Superposition of two simple harmonic vibrations, Lissajous figures, Case of different frequencies, Coupled Oscillators, Normal Modes , N Coupled Oscillators, Damped harmonic oscillators, Power absorption, Resonance in systems with many degree of freedom. | 1. Conventional Method ( White- Board Teaching)
2.Power Point Presentation |
9 hours |
3 | Waves theory
1.Speed of transverse waves on a uniform string 2. Speed of longitudinal waves in fluid 3. Energy density 4.Energy transmission in waves, 5.Gravity waves and ripples, 6. Group velocity and phase velocity. 7.Superposition of waves, 8. Standing waves as normal modes of bound systems. 9. Production of ultrasonic, detection of ultrasonic 10 Production of infrasonic waves, detection of infrasonic waves and applications. |
To discuss Speed of transverse waves on a uniform string,Speed of longitudinal waves in fluid, Energy density, Energy transmission in waves, Gravity waves and ripples,Group velocity and phase velocity, Superposition of waves, Standing waves as normal modes of bound systems, Production of ultrasonic,
detection of ultrasonic, Production of infrasonic waves, detection of infrasonic waves and applications. |
To cover explanation and derivation of Speed of transverse waves on a uniform string, speed of longitudinal waves in fluid, Energy density, energy transmission in waves, gravity waves and ripples, Group velocity and phase velocity, Superposition of waves, Standing waves as normal modes of bound systems, Production of ultrasonic, detection of ultrasonic
* Production of infrasonic waves *detection of infrasonic waves and applications. |
1. Conventional Method ( White- Board Teaching)
2.Power Point Presentation |
9 hours |