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I am programming an addon for a space game/simulation (Kerbal Space Program) and I am looking for some help with a bit...
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The only force really considered in classical mechanics is gravity. And yet, we often have problems involving...
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I attached a picture with 3 questions? My first question is, I know that for a convex or concave mirror, If I...
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One particular experiment that I remember from a visit to a Science Center is the one involving a revolving platform...
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I guess we all know laser beams. I wonder if we can make beams in the microwave frequency range and how the beam width...
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Many of you are familiar with the catapult launched profile fuselage gliders that are sold in hobby stores. Since...
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A free rigid body (no forces/torques acting on it) has a constant angular momentum. And yet, I am puzzled because...
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Hi Guys! I have a, rather general, question regarding the nature of magnet repulsion. When two opposite poled...
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Is a standing wave actually a traveling wave appearing to be still do to interference of two different waves? If...
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According to d'Alembert's Principle, the virtual work done by constraint forces must be zero. I have a few things...
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Hello PF'ers, Why is it that two light-bulbs produce twice as much brightness as a single light-bulb would? If we...
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hi, I'm a student and i have an electromagnet and a bar magnet paced head on coaxially and i want to calculate the...
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I cannot seem to visualize how this compression and rarefaction occurs for example when I clap my hands, I know I move...
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I know that delta h(Enthalpy) is heat and it is also the total kinetic energy of the system. Temperature is the...
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Wikipedia claims that the Chandler wobble (a deviation of the angular velocity vector of the Earth with respect to the...
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While deriving lagrangian equation using D'Alembert's principle, in Goldstien, they defined a variable called "virtual...
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My question relates to entropy generation in a closed system ΔS=dQrev/T for a reversible process ΔS=dQ/T + Sgen for...
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Just read in Taylor that in general the kinetic energy can depend on position as well as velocity. I believe him, but...
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How magnetic field associate with mass........ from the experiment we know that this is due to electric charge........
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We know that a steam power plant is basically a heat engine with steam as the working fluid. According to the...
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when a magnetic field exert force on a moving charge the work done by it is 0.But bar magnet do work.And i read that...
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I am not sure if this is the right forum for this question, but I arrived at the question while studying the principle...
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In my theoretical mechanics class, we went over some very basic conservation laws (namely momentum) and talked about...
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Hi all, I am preparing for my "second chance exam" in analytical mechanics. It is a graduate course i.e. based on...
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