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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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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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Divergence of electric field is 0 for the field produced by a point charge at origin at points other than origin is 0;...
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In vector form, L=Iω. I am trying to show that for a point particle, this reduces to L=rxp, but am getting an...
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I was going through "Engineering Thermodynamics" by Cengel & Boles studying exergy analysis of a closed(non flow)...
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For a uniform, hollow cylinder, why is this derivation wrong? M = mass of whole solid cylinder m = mass of missing...
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I'm given an expression for the pressure of air with height z, as P(z)=P(0)e^{(-mgz/k_bT)} Where m is the...
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Greg Bernhardt
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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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According Pascal law we get force high and low to the applying force.....why fluid not behave like ideal solid body...
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Reference to Griffith electrodynamics question:- 1.16 Compute the divergence of an inverse square vector field. ...
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I have already balanced beam both side two same mass at same distance and it is pivot on its center of...
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For example, it could be said that the equation ∇*B= 0 is based on the observation that there are no magnetic...
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Hi everyone, I am about to enter a local Science Fair and my project revolves around creating plasma in a...
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Hello, We read very often that wave propagation électro-magnetism is the result of an interaction between electric...
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Good day! I am a beginner in Finite Element Analysis and Structural Mechanics. I have problem in understanding the...
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http://cognizantwire.net/HTMLKHSL/ELECTRON/MAGNETIC/MoveCharge.GIF...
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Does anyone know how the mathematics/formulae of SHM (say a particle in a force field, with the standard a=-d) changes...
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Where is the glitch? 1. Let a single free electron move along x axis with constant speed Vx. It encounters magnetic...
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Hello everyone, as I know the regular precession of torque-free symmetric top is such a cliche, I'll try to keep...
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an air wave takes place in volumes of air, water takes place in volumes of water... but u can have an electromagnetic...
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Please help me with this, In Reheat Rankine cycle, we first Expand the steam partially in a high pressure turbine...
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I just start to read Mathematical Methods of Classical Mechanics by Arnold. And I am sort of very puzzled by all the...
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When watching some videos about neodymium magnets, I came upon a very interesting phenomenon. Namely, the maker of the...
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Hi, I have a question If im not mistaken, the Maxwell relations of theromdynamics -----for example: ∂G/∂T) = -S ; ...
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John Perez
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Is it correct that the two ways that force can be 'applied' are via an Impulse or Work? I know that force is defined...
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Hi all, I have a (hopefully) quick conceptual question that I'd like to clear up with your help. Is the...
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"Don't panic!"
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Currently I'm reading Magnetostatics. While reading Divergence of B, I fell into a confusion that what divergence...
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AbhiFromXtraZ
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Hi pf, I have been reading about back EMF and just had a few questions. I found this article on wiki...
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milesyoung
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if the sun disappears, the earth would go dark and life would end ... it would also go out of orbit but how...
Aug18-14 01:25 AM
haruspex
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Hi guys. Let me just say at the outset that I know very little fluid mechanics but I keep coming back to the same...
Aug17-14 05:19 PM
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Maximum value of friction depends upon the normal reaction and normal reaction can be impulsive, so does that imply...
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Different four potentials can generate the same electromagnetic fields. Specifically the following degrees of freedom...
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I've been looking for this proof for months but I wasn't able to find something...
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It is well known that when the vapor pressure of a substance is bigger than the external pressure, it boils. In vacuum...
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