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Hi guys, I'm trying to implement the enthalpy equation in C++ converting it from an excel macro I found on this...
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Hello, I have to learn about the classic Perturbation Theory. I'm looking for guides, text books etc about...
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I know it when I see it but what is the exact definition of a wave? what makes a wave a wave?
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I'm just learning about linear momentum in classical mechanics and I have a question about it. I'm not sure I...
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Hello people, In an AC circuit, how is RMS current and Mean current defined as? What is the practical meaning of...
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Would it be possible for a symmetric axial vector torque to be equivalent to the shear stress of two uniform...
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Does anyone have the following book: "Problem Solving in Electromagnetics, Microwave Circuit, and Antenna Design...
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If two dielectric materials with dielectric constants k1 and k2 and thickness d1 and d2 are within two copper plates,...
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Anyone can tell me why there is a -ve for the z= -r cot theta for the picture shown below? thanks! ...
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Wind turbines / hydroelectric turbines - I think the same fundamental Physics applies to my question. The fluid...
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hi! I have a question regarding work done lifting an object vertically upwards, under water. I am aware that work...
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I guess this question is very easy, but after it occurred to me, it has been torturing me for quite a while. I...
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May I know what does polarization direction for linearly polarized plane waves mean? In general, does the...
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Hi Suppose there is a system of N particles and a total energy of E. Now given energy eigenvalues of ε(n) = nhv ...
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I was wondering why manufacturers only makes these anti-theft systems send out a frequency of 58 kHz. Is there...
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what is the effect of a magnetic field on a electron? please with equations
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The problem gives me a mass at the top of an inclined track. the track is not linear but curved and the bottom of the...
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I was asked this recently and the only explanation I could come up with was that the Earth is oblate and the...
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In one dimentional cases, will the velocity of a particle tend to the terminal velocity unregardless of any...
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Follow the below four steps to amuse yourself 1) Take a semicircular wire. You know that its COM is at (0,2R/\pi)....
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A magnet surrounded by copper wire spins generating a A/C current down a wire for as long as it spins. Are electrons...
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I was learning a bit of centrifugal/centripetal forces, and then I asked myself. If at the equator, the Earth rotates...
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I am currently a grad student. Part of my PhD work will be to formulate a mathematical model of a manufacturing...
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I'm driven crazy by this question these days. so here it goes. Consider a ball sliding on a frictionless surface with...
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atyy
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i've been trying to get the exact definition of a banked angle but so far, i've gotten nothing so i would like...
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Antenna Guy
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Start with: $\frac{d}{dt}$ $\frac{dL}{dx"}$ = $\frac{dL}{dx}$ (d/dt)(dL/dx") = (dL/dx) Now intruduce three...
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how can we say that torque is equal to power / angular velocity though we know that torque is equl to I x (change of...
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We may say a process is adiabatic if it occurs fast enough such that no heat is exchanged from the system.But we also...
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The relation between the angles for which the minima occurs for a Fraunhofer diffraction(parallel rays, large...
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I'm a biochemistry major entering my junior year. After completing the requisite general physics course, I found that...
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Please help me to know moment, moment of inertia (mass,area,polar) and difference between them. How can we obtain...
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Not sure if this is the right place to ask this, but why is the average shear rate in a cylinder 2/3rds the shear rate...
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I'm a new teacher to E&M and confess I was a lowly Chemistry Major who needs some help. A proton and a particle of...
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according to the figure attached below , do we have a coriolis acceleration on the slider and why ? why cant we...
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Here is simple counter example to 2nd law of thermodynamics - converting heat into work. Everything is in vacuum,...
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In a 300kv electrical power line the electrons must be in a conduction band. How does that correlate with work...
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What is the classical microscopic mechanism for absorption of EM waves? Consider a free charge isolated in the...
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The D (displacement) vector has only the free charges as source. I heard it is better to work with D than E, because...
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1. When someone loops, and the person blocks, the ball goes out...if the ball really rides up the rubber, shouldn't it...
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