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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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This will probably end up being a stupid question with a simple answer, but if you don't ask and just accept things...
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What does p = mv really mean? For example, why is there a physical law based upon the product of mass and velocity?...
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Is there a mathematical relation for the temperature change when a fluid flows through a pipe from one end to another?...
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Hey everyone, I'm currently working on a project to construct the Bessel function of a vibrating surface of water in a...
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Andy Resnick
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Is it possible to generate energy from the earth's rotation? Imagine a Foucault Pendulum attached to a dynamo shaft? ...
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So, I'm attempting to programm orbit in Unity game engine. So I need equation that shows r and phi depending on time. ...
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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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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 want to derive some equations for a 2-D airplane's motion, specifically when it lifts off and lands. Can someone...
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Hello everyone, Assume that you have a flat plate, that is moving up and down in a sinusoidal motion with the...
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If we had a van de graaff generator, near the sphere there is a metal plate ( not touching) and it's wired to the...
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Hello, I have a conducting copper ring of inner radius a and outer radius b. point charges Q pass through the centre...
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Greg Bernhardt
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My textbook says that the value of the coefficient of friction lies between 0.1 and 1.5. But I see no reason why it...
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Murtuza Tipu
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I am trying to make a fiber laser's dispersive beam into a collimated beam by using a convex lens (BBAR, f = 30 mm),...
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A wooden box on a weighing scale weighs 1 kg. Inside the box is a gyroscope which is set spinning, and the box is now...
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A disk of mass M and radius R is held up by a massless string. (The two ends of the string are connected to a ceiling...
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Simon Bridge
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I was wondering if we can somehow use the formula Potential Energy = 1/2K(x(x=Amplitude))^2 for a pendulum if we are...
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I have been noticing a few examples of systems that can extract energy or do useful work from seemingly random...
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Two electrons, they have their electric fields and magnetic dipole moments. Their electric field is proportional to...
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Simon Bridge
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I have learnt in 1st year that the under-damped simple harmonic motion can be described by the differential equation ...
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Philip Wood
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There is a conducting circular loop with resistance R falling in the magnetic field ...
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0 123 The dipoles that produce the transmitted (refracted) light...
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From what I know, the pressure of a gas is due to the collisions of its molecules against a surface. So I don't...
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Simon Bridge
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My friend and I had this question and after physics-fighting each other we came to a conclusion that the feather...
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I am learning about transformers and from everything I've read I can see how its possible to create a 180 degree phase...
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One way to solve the simple LC circuit with 1 inductor and 1 capacitor is to use the Lagrangian formulation of...
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Hey guys can someone please give me a good explanation on why in an RC circuit the resistor voltage is leading 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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Dear Experts, When we launch a satellite, we launch it from earth which is spinning, so the tangential velocity...
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Could anyone please explain or advice me where to read about principles of Schlieren image formation NOT in terms of...
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Steve Drake
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Hello Forum, The numerical aperture NA of a lens is usually a parameter (adimensional) that indicates the lens...
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So I'm looking at the hessian of the Newtonian potential: \partial^2\phi / \partial x_i \partial x_j Using the...
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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...
Aug29-14 05:05 AM
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Let's say there is two tubes(cylinders with no tops or bottoms) with charges ##q_1## and ##q_2##, radii ##b_1## and...
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Ok small bit of a problem which I have been experiencing. I am using an industrial size plasma oven by advance...
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Greg Bernhardt
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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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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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I need to work out the liters per hour from the diagram I have attached. There are no motors/pumps involved just...
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How can life be compatible with the second law of thermodynamics? Here is how. Life is a self-organized system. A...
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