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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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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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While deriving lagrangian equation using D'Alembert's principle, in Goldstien, they defined a variable called "virtual...
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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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Hello Forum, Resolution is an angular distance (measured in fractions of an 1 degree angle). The lower the...
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I hope this is posted in the correct thread. When I was still in my physics class, we learned that a loop of wire...
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