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Apr2211 05:26 AM
ZapperZ

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My research is related to magnetism and I'm supposed to have a good understanding of permeability but I'm afraid I...

Apr1412 10:04 AM
Hassan2

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I was reading through my notes and this idea popped into my head:
If you had to drop a liter of water from a certain...

Apr1412 04:42 AM
Dadface

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I've preformed an experiment about the speed of sound waves in water and I found that sound travelled faster in hot...

Apr1412 04:14 AM
Bobbywhy

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Hello. I have a question about when the Lagrangian can be used. In the textbook we are using it is shown that for...

Apr1412 03:21 AM
dsdsuster

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Hello, I'm having some issues with Love's equivalence principle.
I'm studying Balanis' "Antenna theory" (1997),...

Apr1312 04:32 PM
eliotsbowe

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Hello,
I'm trying to create a model of pendulum motion in Matlab to fit the curve we measured in class, and it has...

Apr1312 03:37 PM
mathman

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i know these topics are discussed many times and i have read many of them but still have a doubt.
Suppose a car is...

Apr1312 03:20 PM
Creator

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Hi Guys,
Given a resistor, I understand how to use the bands to calculate the resistance, but how does one tell...

Apr1312 12:24 PM
Jasso

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I learnt that solids conduct heat by vibrating and thus transferring the energy from one particle to another particle....

Apr1312 06:43 AM
sgstudent

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The above equation gives the EPE of two point charges separated by a distance r.
Firstly, I do not understand how...

Apr1312 04:57 AM
elemis

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Hi guys, I derived an equation for determining orbital period, given an altitude, speed, and mass of the primary and...

Apr1312 01:00 AM
Creator

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It's just a simple question about the pressure under and over the plane's wing problem that I'm trying to answer....

Apr1212 09:05 PM
cjl

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Why is it that only Canonical transformations preserve the Hamilton's equations? Or what makes noncanonical...

Apr1212 07:20 PM
Dougy81

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Hi guys not sure if this belongs in the homework section, anyway here goes!
I'm trying to calculate the total...

Apr1212 06:13 PM
smalveh

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For example the microcanonical ensemble uses a dirac delta distribution on a certain energy shell E, which is not...

Apr1212 04:01 PM
nonequilibrium

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Hello,
I have this problem with deriving the formule from de definition of potential energy
Picture show a...

Apr1212 03:16 PM
HWGXX7

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Mathematically,its easy to say that when the distance between the points tends to zero,for the dipole moment to stay...

Apr1212 11:30 AM
ashishsinghal

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Imagine that I pour a bowl of water onto the stones in sauna. So, the problem is that I need to estimate how much did...

Apr1212 09:56 AM
Hg00000

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What, other than recoil, the user's unsteady hands and gravity, causes bullets to impact different places on the...

Apr1212 08:17 AM
mfb

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Hello, everyone.
I'm working on simulating shallow water flow. I'm using the MacCormack scheme and fractional...

Apr1212 07:45 AM
MartinV

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If I push a cylinder along a surface with friction then am I right in saying that it would almost instantly start a...

Apr1212 05:19 AM
Filip Larsen

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Hi,
I want to know if one sees a canonical transformation that would transform the following Hamiltonian in the...

Apr1112 11:57 PM
Dougy81

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I'm at the end of my vector calculus textbook, and there is a section on how vector calculus can be used to derive...

Apr1112 11:25 PM
victor.raum

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Suppose I have two metal spheres, radius 1 metre and 1 cm.
I charge the small one to 100V.
The selfcapacitance of...

Apr1112 08:58 PM
sambristol

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Hi,
I'm having some trouble understanding how this works. I'm trying to put the pieces together but I'm hoping...

Apr1112 08:49 PM
mindoftea

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Hi,
I am trying find equations for continuous "stretchy" collisions, in other words, I have two perfectly round...

Apr1112 06:54 PM
mindoftea

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Hey there, I've been reading a lot about piezoelectric materials lately and I've steel looking for an answer for a...

Apr1112 03:55 PM
itamar

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Hi,
I was studying Cherenkov radiation and here's what I read. A charged particle moving through a medium has an...

Apr1112 03:46 PM
McLaren Rulez

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I would like to calculate the torque on the air object under water. The pressure is only give from water (water...

Apr1112 11:46 AM
Gh778

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I always hear a difference between transverse and longitudinal waves, and, standing and traveling waves, but for me,...

Apr1112 07:50 AM
Doc Al

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A cable weighing 10kg/m supports a 250kg beam(AC) hinged at the wall(BC). The beam is 4.5m long.
Find the length of...

Apr1112 05:51 AM
jayman16

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Hi,
Question:
we have a magnetization M_x that varying as M_x(t)=M_x e^{t}.Threre is a coil on the x axe. The...

Apr1112 03:50 AM
DrDu

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Hi,good morning. I encountered a problem regarding simple harmonic motion. I have seen the graphs of displacement,...

Apr1112 03:10 AM
hikarigenzo

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Have viewed PF, first time post (have searched for this question on forum):
The energy of EM radiation can be...

Apr1112 12:12 AM
Antiphon

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I read that in some ferroelectrics,such as Barium Titanate,
dielectric permittivity approaches infinity near Curie...

Apr1012 09:56 PM
Stanley514

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If I have two spheres of the same radius, they can still have different temperatures. However:
What if the colder...

Apr1012 09:40 PM
DaleSpam

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F_x= (dU)/dx
He used dn in place of dx in a different example.
My professor wrote this on the board, and I...

Apr1012 08:33 PM
Matterwave

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I was wondering what the difference in current is if there is one when you have a bundle of copper wire passing...

Apr1012 06:44 PM
tigrathi

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I have a pendulum swinging with frequency w in a frictionless environment and I apply a periodic harmonic driving...

Apr1012 05:36 PM
Ken G

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Why is gravitational potential energy relative to the height you set?
When I say relative, I don't mean anything...

Apr1012 05:17 PM
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