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Hello Forum, The 1D harmonic oscillator is an important model of a system that oscillates periodically and...
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Hello, I am new here. I was reading Wangsness electromagnetic fields and he delves into a short discussion about...
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If you apply 100 volts to a 10:1 transformer you will end up with 10 volts out. If you put a 10 ohm resistor on the...
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I've read a similar thread, but I believe I have something extra to ask, so please bear with me. I've been thinking...
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In a martial arts breaking demo (boards, concrete blocks, or whatever) the amount of pain one's hand or other body...
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I have some questions about electrons flow. 1)Lets say we have a simple circuit with a metal wire and a battery...
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Why doesn't the higher mass cart stop after hitting the lower mass object? Is this due to an imperfection in setting...
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hi pf! i had an easy question on how to calculate the reynolds stress from the RANS equations. Reynold's Stress is...
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Consider a light, an L.E.D for example, turning on and off once per second. For humans, we will look at it and think...
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Good Morning, First, let me preface my question by stating that I do not have a background in physics so my...
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I was trying to solve this problem yesterday and I was not able to. I looked it up its solution but my mind is not...
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There is a homopolar generator on a train moving at 215 km/h. The magnet of the generator is attached to the disk so...
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Hi, I was hoping to get some pointers from you guys for references/ where to look to get help for the following: I...
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What is voltage and how to look at it intellectually?
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Hello. If you give a styrofoam cup to pressure cooker, it expand first, but than it extremly reduce. It reduce...
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After studying the methods of Lagrange and Hamilton for a bit I still find myself uneasy about the action. I don't...
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How earth is considered to inertial frame of reference?
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Hello, In an electric circuit, let's say we have a resistor and a generator(Voltage source). The electric field...
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Hello, everyone. I saw this experiment: A man is doing experiment with...
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Just a quick question. Let A and B be two points. Electrical work is defined as the amount of energy it takes to move...
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Two part inquiry PART I Situation: I have a B-field and i'm pulling a straight piece of wire through that...
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