BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION
Programme: Engineering & Technology
Subject: Applied Physics-I(1004)
Time Duration: 3 Hrs. Max. Marks: 75
Instructions: 1) All Questions are compulsory.
2) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
3) Assume suitable additional data if required.
Q.No.1. Answer the following: 10x1.5=15
a) State any three fundamental units of SI system.
b) Convert 200 revolutions per minute into radian per second.
c) Define Escape velocity.
d) Calculate strain produced in a material, if the length of wire is 4m and
extension is 2mm.
e) Give two examples to show that liquid has surface tension.
f) Define force of viscosity.
g) State Boyle’s law.
h) State the factors on which quantity of heat absorbed depend upon.
i) Define Convection. Give an example.
j) What is Refraction?
Q.No.2. Answer any two of the following: 2 x 6 = 12
a) i)Using dimensions find the correctness of the equation v=n ‘v’ is (3)
velocity, ‘n’ is frequency & ‘’ is wavelength.
ii)What is an “error”? Explain what is constant error & systematic (3)
b) i)What is derived unit? Give two examples. (3)
ii)Explain estimation of random error. Define percentage error. (3)
c) i)Define centripetal force. Give an example and explain. (3)
ii)A stone tied to the end of a 30cm long string is whirled in a (3)
horizontal circle. If the centripetal acceleration is 12m/s2, find its
Q.No.3. Answer any two of the following: 2 x 6 = 12
a) i)State Newton’s law of Gravitation. Write an expression and explain (3)
ii)A curved road of radius 150m is to be constructed such that the (3)
vehicles moving with a speed upto 90km/hr can move along it safely.
What should be the angle of banking?
b) i)The acceleration due to gravity at the moon’s surface is 1.67m/s2. If (3)
the radius of moon is 1.74 x 106m, calculate mass of the moon.
ii)What is stream line flow & turbulent flow? State the significance of (3)
c) Explain determination of viscosity of a given liquid by stoke’s method, (6)
with a neat diagram.
Q.No.4. Answer any two of the following: 2 x 6 = 12
a) i)Define Young’s modulus of elasticity. Obtain an expression for it. (3)
ii)What is the length of a steel wire of 0.5mm radius if its length (3)
increases by 1mm, when stretched by a mass of 4kg. Youngs modulus
for steel is 2 x 1011 N/m2.
b) i)What is adhesive and cohesive force? Why some liquids rise & others (3)
fall in a capillary tube, when dipped in a liquid?
ii)Find the surface tension of mercury, if mercury is depressed by (3)
8.2mm in a capillary tube of diameter 2.25mm. Angle of contact is
140 & density of mercury = 13.6 x 103 kg/m3. ….2/-
c) i)State Newton’s law of viscosity. Write an expression & explain the (3)
ii)Define Elastic limit & factor of safety. (3)
Q.No.5. Answer any two of the following: 2 x 6 = 12
a) i)Differentiate between heat and temperature. State their SI units. (3)
ii)A gas at 13c is heated at constant pressure till its volume is (3)
doubled. What is its final temperature?
b) Define conduction. Explain conduction of heat along a metal rod. What (6)
is steady state and variable state?
c) A glass sheet of area 1m2 has thickness of 2mm. Its opposite faces are (6)
at temperatures 25c and 10c respectively. If coefficient of thermal
conductivity of glass is 2 x 10-4 kcal/mC s, find the quantity of heat
conducted in one second.
Q.No.6. Answer any two of the following: 2 x 6 = 12
a) i)The angle of incidence for a light ray traveling from air to glass is 35 (4)
and the corresponding angle of refraction is 22. Calculate refractive
index of glass.
ii) Define Latent heat of fusion. (2)
b) i)Explain total internal reflection. Draw a ray diagram. (4)
ii)State inverse square law of illumination. (2)
c) i)State Gay-Lussac’s law. (2)
ii)Calculate the mass of ice which will cool down 5kg of water at 373k (4)
to 273k. Specific heat of water = 4200 J/kg/k & Latent heat of ice =