Question
Design a multilayer reflective coating for a silicon waveguide facet at the wavelength of 1.55
micrometer. Use any suitable coating materials. The design should achieve >95% reflection
for over 5nm bandwidth.
Solution
A multilayer reflective coat
Components and Working of Fluorescent Tube
A fluorescent lamp consists of a phosphor-coated tube, starter, and ballast. The tube is filled with an
inert gas (argon) plus a small amount of mercury vapor. The starter energizes the two filaments when
the lam
Electrical Measurements (9032)
Experiment No. 4
EXPERIMENT NO. 4
(Experiment No. 4 and Experiment No. 15 shall be completed in one practical turn of two hours.)
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TITLE :
To understand the use of Dynamometer type Instrument for
measurement of power by u
Working of Fluorescent Tube
General Design:
The general design of a simple fluorescent lamp consists of a sealed glass tube. The tube contains a
small bit of mercury and a gas (usually argon) kept under very low pressure. The tube also contains a
phosphor
8/17/2014
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Introduction
Prof. Ramesh Oruganti
School of Computing and Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us - Introduction
Examples of Electr
11/17/2014
IIT Mandi / Prof Ramesh Oruganti
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Magnetic Circuits and Transformers
Reading Material:
Electrical Engineering by Hambley Chapter 15 / Relevant sections
Also, read the appropriate sections
8/17/2014
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Course Overview
Prof. Ramesh Oruganti
School of Computing and Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us - Course Overview
Examples of
8/17/2014
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Circuits Fundamentals
Reading Material:
Electrical Engineering by Hambley Chapter 1/ Pages 6~35 (From Sec. 1.2 onwards)
Also, read the appropriate sections of Basic Electrical Engineering
8/27/2014
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Resistive Circuits
Reading Material:
Electrical Engineering by Hambley Chapter 1/ Pages 6~35 (From Sec. 1.2 onwards)
Also, read the appropriate sections of Basic Electrical Engineering b
9/5/2014
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Inductance and Capacitance
Reading Material:
Electrical Engineering by Hambley Chapter 3/ Pages 124-146
Also, read the appropriate sections from other basic Electrical Engineering books
P
9/24/2014
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Transients in Circuits
Reading Material:
Electrical Engineering by Hambley Chapter 4/ Pages 166-183
Also, read the appropriate sections from other basic Electrical Engineering books
Prof.
10/25/2014
IIT Mandi / Prof Ramesh Oruganti
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
Electrical AC Power
Reading Material:
Electrical Engineering by Hambley Chapter 5 / Sections 5.5~5.7
Also, read the appropriate sections from other basic
9/26/2014
IC160 Electrical Systems Around Us
Institute Core Course
SteadySteady-State Sinusoidal Analysis
Reading Material:
Electrical Engineering by Hambley Chapter 5/Pages 215-253
Also, read the appropriate sections from other basic Electrical Engineeri
Topic 1
Electric Charge
Learning Outcomes
After completing this topics students are able
to:
Define and state the electric charge.
Define and state law of conservation of
electric charge.
Define and state Coulombs law.
Apply and use equations of elec
Topic 1
Electric Charge
Learning Outcomes
After completing this topics students are able
to:
Define and state the electric charge.
Define and state law of conservation of
electric charge.
Define and state Coulombs law.
Apply and use equations of elec
EN0411
Fundamentals of Energy
Systems
WEEK 2 KINEMATIC AND DYNAMIC
SPEED, VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION
FORCE AND MOMENTUM
- NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTIONS
- LINEAR AND ANGULAR MOTION
- MOMENTUM
- CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM
Speed, velocity and
acceleration
Speed dista
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this topics, students will able
to:
1.Define and state equation of self inductance.
2.Define and state equation of mutual inductance.
3.Define and state equation of energy stored in an
inductor.
4.Apply all equations o
Upon completion of this topic, students will able to:
Define and explain the basic function of
capacitor.
State the mathematical equations of basic
capacitor, capacitor connected in series and
parallel and energy stored in charged capacitor.
Apply and use
EN0411
Fundamentals of Energy
Systems
WEEK 3 KINEMATIC AND DYNAMIC
- FREE FALL
- PROJECTILES MOTION
- NEWTONS LAW OF UNIVERSAL
GRAVITATION
Learning Outcomes
Once completing this topics students will able to:
1. Able to define and explain displacement, vel
LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this topics, students will able
to:
1.Define and state equation of self inductance.
2.Define and state equation of mutual inductance.
3.Define and state equation of energy stored in an
inductor.
4.Define and state equa
WEEK 5
Learning Outcomes
After completing this topics students are able to:
1. To define force that work on a body and how to calculate the amount
of work done.
2. To define kinetic energy of a body and understand how total work
done on body changes the b
Learning Outcomes
1.
2.
3.
After completing this topic student will
able to :
Able to define centripetal acceleration
and force clearly.
Able to state and derive the equations of
centripetal acceleration and force.
Able to use and apply the equations of
c
WEEK 5
Learning Outcomes
After completing this topics students are able to:
1. To define force that work on a body and how to calculate the amount
of work done.
2. To define kinetic energy of a body and understand how total work
done on body changes the b
Week 8: CAPACITANCE
Once completing this topic, students will able to:
Define and explain the basic function of capacitor.
State the mathematical equations of basic
capacitor, capacitor connected in series and
parallel and energy stored in charged capacit
Lecturer: Dr Yeap Gik Hong
[email protected]
This module introduces the student to the
fundamental concepts of energy and power.
The underlying electrical engineering, physics and
mathematics is illustrated using examples from
electricity generati
WEEK 11
Introduction to Electromagnetic Induction
When a conductor is moved across a magnetic field so
as to cut through the lines of force (or flux), an
electromotive force (e.m.f.) is produced in the
conductor.
If the conductor forms part of a closed ci
EN0411
Fundamentals of Energy
Systems
Week 6
Heat Energy
Learning Outcomes
At the end of this topic, you should be able to:
Distinguish between heat and temperature
Distinguish between sensible heat and latent heat
Define specific heat capacity, c, specif
Week 10: MAGNETIC FIELDS
A magnet is a material or object that produce a magnetic field.
Generally, there are two types of magnets, i.e. hard and soft
magnet.
A hard or permanent magnet is one which stays magnetized
for along time, such a magnets often us