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Hey guys I'm looking for. Some more info on eddies current. I understand how it works but all the examples I see use...
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I want to calculate the field distortion caused by placing a conducting spheroid in a uniform electric field. The...
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I am working with a single mode fiber at 830 nm with a NA of 0.12...
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How is electromagnetism different from gravity in that accelerated objects radiate EM waves when accelerated in an...
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this is a homework problem i realized after posting it. so could a moderator please move this question to the hw...
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This is related to classical Hamiltonian mechanics. There is something wrong in the following argument but I cannot...
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What are your opinions about these two experiments described at: Can they be used to...
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I am trying to understand why I can specify the specific volume v of a fluid element as a function of the equilibrium...
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This is a problem I thought up. If I'm correct as far as I've gone, the answer is rather surprising. A thin but...
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I understand that when an electron is excited it goes to a higher energy level and then relaxes to ground state...
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Hello, Been a while since I posted on here, nice to be back :) . I just want some pointers as to the methodology...
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Mech King
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I have come to learn that the Doppler shift equation is asymmetric. That is, the Doppler shift is not the same when...
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We know that the main use of capacitor is to store charge in the form of electric field,and we want it to store as...
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I feel I understand what happens, and how to solve the equation of motion x(t) for a mass attached to a spring and...
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Edge Of Pain
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The power density of an electromagnetic wave is proportional to the absolute square of the electric field |E|^2...
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Andy Resnick
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Please help me qualitatively in the following points : 1) If in a system(consider a cylinder) fixed with a piston ,...
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Philip Wood
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hai friends, i would like to know what would happen to three isolated point separated by infinite...
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Hi, I have a question I'd like some help with which is related to my job working with drill rigs. Where you have...
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Why do we take Θ=90° for calculation of potential energy
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Hello! It has been years since I had physics at uni, and I have forgotten lots of it, so I need some help here. The...
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I know that in the vector potential formulation one can use a scalar Green function (to find the said potential and...
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Hi guys, I hope this is the correct section otherwise I apologize :).The goal is to find the capacity of a non linear...
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I'm looking to find the resultant force of three forces and a moment: Fx, Fy, Fz, and Mx. I intend to graph multiple...
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Hi all, I am looking into induced electric fields by changing B fields inside layers of dielectric. For example, if...
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I tried to make the title as descriptive as I could without being overly long. Anyway, I've been trying to work...
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Hello. I have a question about experiment. You know it. You need beer bottle, water and ping pong ball. You...
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Are these two, wave number and wave mode, same thing? If not, what is the difference? Thanks...
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Simon Bridge
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Hi I'm trying to model the drag effects in using Lagrange Mechanics and trying to include the effects of...
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Hello Physics Forums I need a little help wrapping my head around the concept of lambertian emitters as compared to...
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Finding the magnetic field for a straight wire using the right hand rule shows that the field is around the wire. ...
Jul7-14 02:15 PM
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Greetings, I have two semi-related questions. 1. When making the Lagrangian formalism of electrodynamics, why is...
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HJ Farnsworth
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Does a point charge 'q' (say an electron) moving with constant angular speed ω in a circle of radius R constitute a...
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Vanadium 50
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I have a Fresnel lens which is equal-ant to a Plano Convex lens, Consider object on one side and my eye is on the...
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So a cube submerged in water will experience pressure on all six sides, and the pressure on the bottom will be greater...
Jul7-14 06:51 AM
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i was told that progressive waves has no nodes, why is it so? can anyone here explain please?
Jul7-14 04:30 AM
Simon Bridge
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If I hold the top end of a straw filled with water, the water stays in the straw which is due to the atmospheric...
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Simon Bridge
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Hi guys. I hope this isn't a bad place to post my question, which is: I'm reading some lecture notes on Lagrangian...
Jul6-14 10:38 PM
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So the formula is F=Gm1m2/r^2. Could you substitute one of the mass values for an energy value since gravity attracts...
Jul6-14 09:32 PM
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Hey guys, I don't know if here is the right section for this question but anyway. So I was looking for the proof or...
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