About the Journal
Journal of Physics Research and Application is a peer-reviewed multidisciplinary scholarly journal aims to publish reliable source of scientific information on Physics Research and applied fields. The Journal aims to provide platform for the researchers, expertise in physics sciences disciplines, for disseminating experimental and theoretical reports reporting the progress of Physics Research and its advancing significant interdisciplinary applications. This journal accepts original articles on all study areas of pure and applied physics research emphasizing education, research, and innovation of physics that include:
- Modern physics
- General physics
- Applied physics
- Condensed matter physics
- Thermodynamics and statistical mechanics
- Nuclear physics
- Earth Physics
- Mathematical physics
- Quantum mechanics
- High energy physics
The journal accepts almost all types of write-ups like research articles, review, case reports, commentary, letter to editor, mini review, opinion, short communication, book review, editorials etc. in the field of recent developments in physical science technology. Manuscripts submitted to the Journal of Physics Research and Application will undergo double blind peer review process based on the initial quality check process and editor screening. The manuscripts qualified from quality check will be allowed for review by the subject matter expert referees, under the guidance of the Handling Editor or Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. The Journal invites potential authors to bring out novel researches in the field of Physics Sciences through scientific publications.
Mechanics is the branch of physics that deals with the gesticulation of bodies under the influence of force. It covers the study of the following branch that is Fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, nonlinear mechanics, computational mechanics, structural mechanics and their application in day to day life. Mechanics is the fundamental idea of all the branches of science. The two major subfields of Mechanics are Classical mechanics and Quantum mechanics. Classical mechanics covers the set of physical laws describing the motion of bodies under the influence of a system of forces. Quantum mechanics disclose the nature of matter and its interactions with energy and it works on the scale of atoms and subatomic particles.
Thermodynamic is the study of heat and its propinquity with work and energy. The four laws of thermodynamics elucidate the knowledge and facts of this field which help us to understand the operations of physical system. It primarily studies thermodynamic equilibrium and Non-equilibrium thermodynamics system and brought many advances. Thermodynamics deals only with the large scale response of a system which we can observe and measure in experiments.
Acoustic is the multidisciplinary branch of physics which includes the examination of mechanical waves in the form of vibration, sound, ultrasound and infrasound. It is the scientific study of mechanical waves with their interaction and applications in surrounding.
Electromagnetism provides an overview of the science of charge and forces associated with electricity and magnetism. It covers the relationship between electric and magnetic fields. It is one of the most dynamic branch of physics as it is encountered in day to day existence and applications. It examines and analyzes the electromagnetic force that develops between electrically charged particles.
Astrophysics is the branch of astronomy that applies laws of physics to discover the birth, life and death of heavenly bodies in universe. It covers two other streams also i.e. astronomy and cosmology to explore dynamics, physical properties and underlying phenomena in celestial objects. Cosmology talks about beginning and ultimate fate of the universe.
Earth physics or geoscience is a vast term in the fields of technical knowledge related to the planet Earth. It is the department of technology managing the bodily constitution of the earth. Its geological science research is akin to earth's gravity field, geomagnetism and geo-electricity. Earth physics is the look at of our planet’s substantial characteristics of earthquakes to rain and floods to fossil. Studies in the physics of the solid earth are primarily based on 3 disciplines: field experiments, ideas and numerical modeling.
High Energy Physics
The objective of high energy physics (also known as particle physics) is to resolve the most constitutional building blocks of matter and to figure out the interactions between these particles. Modern high energy physics research is fixate on subatomic particles, which have not as great structure than atoms. It is also known as "particle physics", because many elementary particles do not develop under ordinary situations in nature, but can be created and encounter during energetic collisions of other particles. The main focus is to understand the fundamental constituents of matter and energy. The theory which explains these fundamental particles and fields further with their dynamics is called the Standard Model.
Biophysics is an interdisciplinary subject that exercises the approaches and methods of physics to research biological systems. The multidisciplinary analysis includes structure and dynamics of molecules, cells and tissues. It involves methods of molecular structures, biophysical techniques, biological mechanisms, mathematical analysis and computer modeling. It is a branch of science associated to the application of physical principles and mechanism to biological problems.
Condensed Matter Physics
Condensed matter physics (CMP) is the constitutional science of solids and liquids. Condensed matter physics is one of the largest and most versatile sub-fields of physics; it has the greatest effect on our daily lives by providing foundations for technology growth and developments. Condensed matter physicists seek to figure out the behavior of these phases by using physical laws and properties. The field of condensed matter physics elucidates the macroscopic and microscopic properties of matter. Breakthroughs in the field of condensed matter physics have led to the exploration and use of liquid crystals, modern plastic and composite materials and the introduction of the Bose-Einstein Condensate.
Newton's Laws of Motion
Newton's laws of motion are three physical laws that laid the basic concept for fundamental physics. They elucidate the relationship between a body and the forces acting upon it, and its action in response to those forces. More specifically, the first law defines the force qualitatively, the second law offers a quantitative measure of the force, and the third asserts that a single isolated force doesn't exist.