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I know power is what causes devices to function in a circuit. What role does the voltage have in a circuit?
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Let's say I have a system with multiple oscillatory modes. Is it possible to have anything in this system that...
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I'm feeling a lot of difficulty in studying fluid mechanics.. can anybody please kindly suggest me a good book for...
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I'm a little confused on how the math is supposed to work out when you are adding an electric field from charges with...
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Hi all, I am doing a project on the speed limit on human sprinting. I was doing a thought experiment and then got...
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In the text, it is said that the polarization is just the response of the input electric field so they have P =...
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Does a black hole radiate infrared waves? If not, then it could absorb some of the infrared waves from a colder...
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On wikipedia it says that the pressure coefficient can be written as C_p = 1 - (V/V_{inf})^2 where V is the...
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Hello all, Still at my frisbee modeling program, I started to ask myself how I could get better approximations of...
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I have a field ,B, I need to find the other field,A, such that -> __ -> B = \/ x A I need numerical...
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How does the viscosity of a fluid in a circular can affect the way the can rolls? For example, 2 cans of similar...
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Hey, I was wondering If I have a motor that can supply 6.156 kgf cm of torque operating at 20 rpm, how much weight...
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Bob S
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Saw this on a test question today, it asked if you had 1 mole of reactant (don't know what kind of reactant...
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please do explain in detail.
Sep24-09 04:28 PM
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I've just seen induced electric field concepts. Could anyone provide a link, which explains it? I had some rather...
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Bob S
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Hey, I'm not very good in physics but i have something which seems like a basic question only i could not find the...
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Hi! I would appreciate your thoughts on something. :smile: Let's say you have a ring with radius R rotating with...
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Hi, Say I have a sphere of radius r that has a constant surface temperature of T_s. The sphere is surrounded by...
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Heat transfer is something I've been interested in since studying thermodynamics last semester, although during the...
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I understand that to find moment of force, we look at direction of force and perpendicular distance. In the diagram, O...
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Doc Al
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This inquiry is in relation to internal combustion engines. I am trying to figure out how to maximize the mass of air...
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I was going through my textbook, Introduction to Electrodynamics, and I came across this question that puzzled me. ...
Sep23-09 01:47 AM
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Hi, Was doing some testing for work, but a lot of my physics are gone! Hope someone can help... Here goes: A...
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12 10,081 Look carefully. Of course, the...
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Reading Jackson this morning, where it was stated that the Lorentz force equations: \frac{dU^\alpha}{d\tau} =...
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I recently found out how to calculate the potential energy of a charged insulated sphere of radius R and charge...
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what is the theory behind ....if close integral of a expression is zero..then the expression is itself zero
Sep22-09 01:24 AM
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A car with mass M1,with a box upon it of mass M2 moves with constant speed v.(there is no friction).If the box is...
Sep21-09 08:54 PM
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why solid angle is A/r^2 ....why is this r^2....has it any similarity with s=rtheta??plz help me
Sep21-09 07:45 PM
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A house with AC in a hot climate should be painted white (or covered with mirrors) to reduce absorption of light from...
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Hello, I am stuck on the coriolis force. If an object is dropped how do I get the eastward deflection when looking...
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What does it mean to say that the fundamental relation of thermodynamics is homogeneous first-order? I struggle...
Sep21-09 03:10 PM
Count Iblis
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I tried to use Lagrangian and Hamiltonian to solve 1-D elastic collision, but I got nothing but constant velocity...
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Hello, I wonder if there is a common origin to the 'virial theorem' by Clausius and the 'virial expansion' or...
Sep21-09 06:42 AM
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For some reason I have been extremely curious of how Newton derived his mathematical law for gravitation. You know ...
Sep20-09 08:55 PM
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Why is it that the equation for work done to stretch a spring is W = 1/2k(x22-x12) while the work done by a...
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Say i have a capacitor and i supply it with a voltage V and after that it has charge density sigmainitial on each...
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Imagine two small metal spheres of equal mass and size moving at the same speed in opposite direction collide with...
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I am having a lot of trouble conceptually understanding this issue in Lagrangian mechanics: I have an airfoil which...
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In this problem we assume that the photon mass is m > 0. We take a conducting sphere of radius R and put a charge of...
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