# Refrigerator (Or) Heat Pump

Refrigerator (Or) Heat Pump A refrigerator of heat pump is basically a heat engine run in reverse direction. It essentially consists of three parts: 1) Source: At higher temperature . 2) Working Substance: It is called refrigerant liquid ammonia and freon works as working substance. 3) Sink: At lower temperature . The working substance takes Read more about Refrigerator (Or) Heat Pump[…]

# Viscosity and Newton’s Law of Viscous Force

Viscosity and Newton’s Law of Viscous Force In case of steady flow of a fluid when a layer of fluid slips or tends to slip on adjacent layers in contact, the two layers exert tangential force on each other which tries to destroy the relative motion between them. The property of a fluid due to Read more about Viscosity and Newton’s Law of Viscous Force[…]

# TS EAMCET – 2020 Notification released

TS EAMCET – 2020 Notification released What is TS EAMCET? Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET-TS) is conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad on behalf of TSSCHE(Telangana State Council of Higher Education). This examination is for entry into the first year of the following Under Graduate Professional courses offered for the academic Read more about TS EAMCET – 2020 Notification released[…]

# Bohr’s Atomic Model

Bohr’s Atomic Model Bohr proposed a model for hydrogen atom which is also applicable for some lighter atoms in which a single electron revolves around a stationary nucleus of positive charge Ze. Bohr’s model is based on the following postulates: 1) He postulated that an electron in an atom can move around the nucleus in Read more about Bohr’s Atomic Model[…]

# Applications of Kirchhoff’s Law

Applications of Kirchhoff’s Law According to Kirchhoff’s law the ratio of emissive power to absorptive power is same for all surfaces at the same temperature and is equal to the emissive power of a perfectly black body at that temperature. Applications: 1) Sand is rough black, so it is a good absorber and hence in Read more about Applications of Kirchhoff’s Law[…]

# Inequalities – Property III

Inequalities – Property III Property: Proof: , , , , , Example: Estimate the absolute value of the integral . Solution: …(i) But , , …(ii) From equation (i) and (ii) , , , , , Therefore, the approximate value of the integral = . Share Tweet View Email Print Follow

# Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology 2020 Notification Released

Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology 2020 Notification Released Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology was accredited with ‘A’ grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), UGC from May 2016 for 5 years. We have applied for fresh NAAC accreditation and the data is being reviewed and verified by NAAC at this time. Courses Read more about Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology 2020 Notification Released[…]

# Resistance

Resistance Resistance is the opposition to the passage of current within a component. The resistance of a component decides how much voltage will be dropped across it for a particular current. 1) The property of substance by virtue of which it opposes the flow of current through it, is known as the resistance. 2) Formula Read more about Resistance[…]