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Civil Engineering: Conventional And Objective Type (2018-19 Session)


For more than 30 years, “Civil Engineering: Conventional & Objective Type” has been a comprehensive text for undergraduate students of Civil Engineering and has successfully helped them prepare for various competitive (such as GATE, UPSC, IAS and IES) as well as university examinations. Key Features: Simple format ensures easy understanding and practice It now includes close to 4800 topic-wise solved and unsolved questions Table of Content : Oscillations and Waves Electrostatics Magnetostatics and Electrodynamics Electromagnetic Waves Light Interference Diffraction Polarization Optical activity Optical fibres Architectural Acoustics Ultrasonics Electron Emission Electron Ballistics Electron Optics Elements of Thermodynamics Thermoelectricity Special Theory of Relativity Atomic Physics Quantum Mechanics Atomic Nucleus and Nuclear Energy Cosmic Rays and Elementary Particles Nuclear Instruments Lasers Holography Crystal Structures Crystal Defects Conductors Band Theory of Solids Semiconductors Semiconductor Diodes Bipolar Junction Transistor Dielectrics Magnetic Materials Superconductivity Modern Engineering Materials Non Destructive Testing Vacuum Technology Nanotechnology Geometrical Optics

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For more than 30 years, “Civil Engineering: Conventional & Objective Type” has been a comprehensive text for undergraduate students of Civil Engineering and has successfully helped them prepare for various competitive (such as GATE, UPSC, IAS and IES) as well as university examinations. Key Features: Simple format ensures easy understanding and practice It now includes close to 4800 topic-wise solved and unsolved questions Table of Content : Oscillations and Waves Electrostatics Magnetostatics and Electrodynamics Electromagnetic Waves Light Interference Diffraction Polarization Optical activity Optical fibres Architectural Acoustics Ultrasonics Electron Emission Electron Ballistics Electron Optics Elements of Thermodynamics Thermoelectricity Special Theory of Relativity Atomic Physics Quantum Mechanics Atomic Nucleus and Nuclear Energy Cosmic Rays and Elementary Particles Nuclear Instruments Lasers Holography Crystal Structures Crystal Defects Conductors Band Theory of Solids Semiconductors Semiconductor Diodes Bipolar Junction Transistor Dielectrics Magnetic Materials Superconductivity Modern Engineering Materials Non Destructive Testing Vacuum Technology Nanotechnology Geometrical Optics

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