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Some of the following is more or less Halliday & Resnick, 4th Ed., section 9.8 (not the whole section and I added a...
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I am studying the influence of a gyroscopic effect of wheels/tyres on a steering system in a car. I can't seem to get...
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consider two wires of different diameter. when current enters from that of greater diameter to lesser diameter drift...
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Hey All, Maybe a silly question, but... Is there a limit to how much a certain element can heat a body of air, say...
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I was working on semi-realistic projectile dynamics. The first thing i took was what if a sphere is thrown upwards....
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I have read kinematics and laws of motion(1st,second and third). In these two chapters one thing i found that ...
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Hello, I have a problem understanding wave propagation in dispersive medium because the prescription to solve the wave...
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is it necessary ffor coherent waves to be of same frequency? bcoz everywhere i read its written dat they must have a...
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Could someone verify that my thinking is correct, or point out the mistakes if it is incorrect? I'm trying to...
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My name is Derek Cox, I am new to the forum and I am not an engineer or anything close. I have a degree in flight...
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Hello ! I have an exam this Wednesday... your help will be appreciated... There are two types of questions I can't...
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This is a simple question I have because I am looking at a particular engine cycle, and I can't seem to think of its...
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Hi, I'm trying to understand point charges along a uniformly charged line with a charge per unit length. This is a...
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I would like to know whether Kelvin or KJs matter when it comes down to a material radiating and / or conducting its...
Jul18-11 05:55 PM
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Hello Forum, if we take a Gaussian beam whose waist occurs at the front focus of a positive lens, we will see that...
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hi i have been thinking about this scaling problem: Let me say a man and a cat jump from the top of a high...
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A wire is broken down into 12 pieces so that each piece is of resistance 1R. The pieces are joined together to form a...
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A researcher is interested in creating a particle accelerator that can spin particles in the uniform magnetic field at...
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In a paper by Coombes and Laue (Electric fields and charge distributions associated with steady currents) an...
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Hi, this should be an easy question unless I'm not understanding it correctly. As an object gets closer to your...
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I understand the surface of the sphere is 4\pi sr. where the area of one sr is r^2. My question is why d\Omega =...
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I've been wondering for a while, a Rodin coil's magnetic field generation is the center as a strong open air magnetic...
Jul17-11 05:14 PM
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why electromagnetic waves are represented by complex numbers?
Jul17-11 03:27 PM
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in electromagnetic books, we see by the aid of vector calculus, we can reach to wave equation from Maxwell 's...
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The terms internal energy, enthalpy, entropy are state functions. Are change in internal energy(\DeltaU or...
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So, I was trying to find a rigorous mathematical derivation of gauss's law(please I don't want to hear again any field...
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Meir Achuz
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every people know that covariance principle is important in physics. before Lorentz transformations and special...
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Meir Achuz
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Okay, I am currently reading about motion on inclined planes and how the normal force acts directly perpendicular to...
Jul17-11 07:00 AM
Doc Al
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how polaraization occurs?what is happening inside a polaraiser?
Jul17-11 06:51 AM
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Hi all. Trying to find work done for a gas... Here is the question: A quantity of air is taken from state a to...
Jul17-11 06:27 AM
Philip Wood
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Would it be possible to use a MASER to vaporize a hole in a cloud? How much would the current best MASERs spread...
Jul17-11 06:23 AM
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Before i start my question , i have to mention that I'm only a beginner for physic and chemistry , if possible ,...
Jul17-11 06:06 AM
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Classic paraboloidal mirror. Incoming flat wavefront of known wavelength (500 nm, green light), propagating parallel...
Jul16-11 10:53 PM
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when a can of coke placed in a sensitive balance is opened what happens to the reading? the answer of this question...
Jul16-11 05:36 PM
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why all the charges in conductor reside on surface?
Jul16-11 01:23 PM
Philip Wood
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why electromagnetic wave is transverse?
Jul16-11 08:21 AM
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Without causing a spark.
Jul16-11 01:43 AM
Calvin Cox
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suppose g(r) is a scalar function which is constant inside the volume 'v' but discontinuous at the boundaries of 'v'....
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This bothers me a bit: Gases? You include in the chapter of "fluid mechanics" gases? These are two different...
Jul15-11 05:15 PM
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Hello! I'm taking Thermodynamics I in the Fall, and I was wondering what topics are typically covered in the first...
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