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May 29, 2020
08:30 AM

Introduction to Basics of Quantum Mechanics for Solar Engineering Physics and PV Power Plants .

Introductory basic topics presented through solved example problems.

Covering areas of:

1. Particle nature of quantum mechanics.

2. Atoms and the Bohr model.

3. Wave nature.

4. Wave packets and the Uncertainty Principle.

The content here will assist in the studies of solar engineering physics and PV power plants at the undergraduate level. Primarily intended for engineering, science and technology students. This may also provide a refresher for practising engineers and technologist in power generation.

These set of four chapters may be considered for course material, at undergraduate level year two. The next topic would be in the area of Schrodinger Equations which requires more time and effort to complete, mostly theory and mathematics, after which other topics need to be studied before arriving to their problem solving. Hence, this is why these four chapters were made a set.

A set of solved example problems from chapters 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the book titled ‘Quantum Mechanics A Textbook for Undergraduates’. Mahesh C. Jain. PHI. 2007.

Any errors and omissions apologies in advance.

Covering areas of:

1. Particle nature of quantum mechanics.

2. Atoms and the Bohr model.

3. Wave nature.

4. Wave packets and the Uncertainty Principle.

The content here will assist in the studies of solar engineering physics and PV power plants at the undergraduate level. Primarily intended for engineering, science and technology students. This may also provide a refresher for practising engineers and technologist in power generation.

These set of four chapters may be considered for course material, at undergraduate level year two. The next topic would be in the area of Schrodinger Equations which requires more time and effort to complete, mostly theory and mathematics, after which other topics need to be studied before arriving to their problem solving. Hence, this is why these four chapters were made a set.

A set of solved example problems from chapters 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the book titled ‘Quantum Mechanics A Textbook for Undergraduates’. Mahesh C. Jain. PHI. 2007.

Any errors and omissions apologies in advance.

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