Register to Post Thread

Classical Physics

- Principles developed before the rise of relativity and quantum mechanics. Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Thermodynamics, Optics...
RSS Feed Icon Search this Forum
Meta Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views
Before posting anything, please review the Physics Forums Global Guidelines. Again, for some odd reason, people...
Apr22-11 05:26 AM
ZapperZ
1 41,687
Hey I was just wondering what the differences between the three forms of mechanics were. I've only studied basic...
Mar15-08 12:53 AM
Feldoh
4 3,989
Why don't we call B magnetic field strength like we call E, the electrical counterpart. In stead we call it magnetic...
Mar14-08 11:19 PM
nandan
4 962
Hello. I have what I hope to be a simple question. It's something that I've come across in several problems in my...
Mar14-08 07:32 AM
AussieDave
4 3,335
I am working on using a Runge Kutta 4th order code (in the C programming language) to predict a Keplerian orbit in 2...
Mar13-08 06:17 PM
D H
3 6,848
I'm not sure this is the right place to post this question but here goes: In feynman vol.1 39-9 there is a...
Mar13-08 12:30 PM
jbunten
2 3,436
Greetings, Can you recommend a web site or sites that has worked examples and discussion of harmonic motion with 2+...
Mar13-08 11:10 AM
SeniorTotor
1 1,162
L.D.Landau's book <Mechanics> first page have below word: if all the co-ordinates and velocities are simultneously...
Mar13-08 10:54 AM
SeniorTotor
13 2,925
I don't understand how walking 10 feet forward and then 10 feet back means you did zero work. If I pull a 1 pound...
Mar13-08 09:06 AM
stewartcs
13 1,440
Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong place. I am a High School Physics teacher in Christchurch, New Zealand. I recently...
Mar13-08 07:49 AM
Andy Resnick
2 1,287
What is the exact definition for momentum other than the formula p=m.v? Is there a way to understand it as a real...
Mar13-08 07:38 AM
SeniorTotor
6 1,232
In my little area of recent research, the Green's tensor is the relationship between a point force and the resulting...
Mar13-08 07:33 AM
SeniorTotor
2 6,877
I am just playing around with physics simulation in c++... and my latest obsession is simulating rigid body motion...
Mar13-08 05:13 AM
pkleinod
3 1,866
Hello! 1 MW can be transmitted , for example, in 2 ways: 1MW=100V*10000A; or 1MW=10000V*100A. In the...
Mar13-08 03:20 AM
SciencePF
7 1,518
Hi! I'd like to know if there is some way of computing or deriving the energy stored in a metallic object subject...
Mar12-08 05:26 PM
rsr_life
5 1,781
Dear all, Intuitively, the probability of finding a trapped particle at a given location x should be proportional...
Mar12-08 05:56 AM
pkleinod
7 1,623
In the definiton of magnetic lines of force, we talk about one unit north pole. Why? Path is independent of the pole...
Mar12-08 05:02 AM
manjuvenamma
0 1,166
Hi I read that in an encyclopedia but I don't understand it. "Because the surface of the material is now...
Mar12-08 04:36 AM
tiny-tim
5 1,460
Why can't I use Ampere's law to compute the magnetic field at the center (P) of a semi-circular wire? If I...
Mar11-08 03:03 PM
mgrantbaker
7 2,146
Hi everybody! I have a big question for you, I have been staring me blind on this problem I got. And wonder if...
Mar11-08 04:24 AM
Ploppen
0 716
I was wondering if anyone knows of systems for which the Hamiltonian is not equall to the total energy? This is an...
Mar10-08 03:53 PM
pmb_phy
2 1,652
Hi, I'm looking for a mathematical method of estimating gas density at a point within flow from a fairly low...
Mar10-08 10:55 AM
Sub
0 600
Problem: Consider a particle of mass m, constrained to move in a circle of radius r. Find the Lagrangian: Relevant...
Mar10-08 09:22 AM
jsc314159
7 2,471
Hopefully I have posted this in the correct section; Can anyone help with the equation(s) & assumptions required to...
Mar10-08 07:34 AM
jkl
0 3,936
I read that charge by induction precedes force of attraction between a charged body and a neutral one. That is, the...
Mar10-08 06:45 AM
manjuvenamma
2 2,075
Can some one tell me the speciality of gold for being used in gold leaf electrocscope in spite of being expensive when...
Mar10-08 06:43 AM
manjuvenamma
2 2,113
Hello, This is my first post on this site, but I find that I have gotten myself in to a nice confusion as to where...
Mar9-08 06:08 PM
killercatfish
0 1,170
if you stir a cup of coffee, is the velocity at the centre different from the velocity outside?
Mar8-08 06:37 PM
tiny-tim
10 2,822
Hi folks, my first post here, looks like a very helpful website though, so i thought i'd share my problem. I'm a...
Mar8-08 10:25 AM
RonL
7 4,749
When I started taking driving lessons a long time ago, my teacher told me that when putting the gear into neutral it...
Mar8-08 06:31 AM
Yoni
5 1,303
Hi all, In physics class I recently got the assignment to conduct an experiment. It can be anything I want, as long...
Mar7-08 11:53 PM
Shukie
0 2,621
Hi, I am trying to calculate how fast you could rotate a pool table (at constant angular velocity) without the balls...
Mar7-08 03:22 PM
clem
1 2,333
Can anyonewe suggest an extended essay project for me in physics. I am a grade 11 student in physics and want to do my...
Mar7-08 02:13 PM
Andy Resnick
2 6,775
Wrong forum! Sorry!
Mar7-08 09:23 AM
Andy Resnick
1 596
When something is boiling, like water on a stove, where do the bubbles come from? is it from some sort of chemical...
Mar6-08 08:23 PM
Astronuc
3 861
I'm making a question paper with answers having multiple options. I made/got the questions and right answer, but I'm...
Mar6-08 05:33 PM
Lojzek
11 1,296
I have thought and thought about this problem for years and made no progress. First off, the moving block on an...
Mar6-08 01:43 PM
pam
2 1,527
I wasnt able to find anything on the internet, so maybe someone else can help. I need to know the coeifficient of...
Mar6-08 01:40 PM
spri4
3 905
I got injured while playing football and had to miss a Thermodynamics-I lecture. Got the notes afterwards but they...
Mar5-08 01:11 PM
Altairs
0 3,543
Is this effect real? as far as i've seen there has been no tests that would suggest that this can actually occur. It...
Mar4-08 09:30 PM
Astronuc
11 1,973
Can anyone explain the physics behind a whirlpool? If I stir water fast enough, why do water molecules have a tendency...
Mar4-08 04:55 PM
michaelsqin
6 2,290

Register to Post Thread
Bookmark and Share

Display Options for Classical Physics Mentors
Showing threads 16121 to 16160 of 19680 Mentors : 3
 
Forum Tools Search this Forum
Search this Forum :
 
Advanced Search