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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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on the corridor floor the static friction is 2.2N, the dynamic friction is 1.4N when the corridor floor with water...
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Hi everyone im very new here so please don' be too harsh with me :shy: I hope I posted this in the right section. If...
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kamerling
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I'm just sort of looking for some clarification on some of this... 1) Say we have an ideal emf (battery, I...
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I have a question about the deduction of First Thermodynamic Law. The book that I have is written by Paul A. Tipler...
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I am trying to determine the speed of one vehicle involved in an accident. I know the speed of the other vehicle, and...
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Danger
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Dear all When I first learned about forces and motion I was taught F=ma in terms of apply a force to a mass and the...
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I got into a discussion about heat sink materials and was beaten up for suggesting that Aluminum is better than Copper...
Mar17-08 09:15 PM
Steve_
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Using a Laze light and curtain far from it 50 m. It is supposed that A is a light centre when having no aberration...
Mar17-08 06:06 AM
einsteinooo
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It is clear that stronger or faster the wind, the more force it exerts on, let say, a house or anything. So, can we...
Mar17-08 05:21 AM
hadel
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This is a followup to the old thread What are the FULL classical electrodynamic equations? which never really provided...
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pellman
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i was just stumbling across an accelerator patent that is 20 years from the filing date. linear accelerator / psw /...
Mar16-08 09:19 PM
klystronman
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I've got a great good head for intuiting physics but no post-2ndary math. How fast must a cylindrical space station...
Mar16-08 09:02 PM
wysard
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Can anyone show me the calculus proof of the forces of gravity canceling out inside of a shell of mass? I couldn't...
Mar16-08 07:06 PM
woodne
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For my physics practical coursework I investigated how the rate of revolution of the permanent magnet in an...
Mar16-08 06:31 AM
jamhar89
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Hi, I'm working on some simple aerodynamics for a game. Are there any generic, but fairly accurate, formulas for...
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pantaz
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hi m a new member here....actually i m in a great confusion....plz solve dis confusion fer me...its related to...
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cristo
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Hello everybody! I have a large set of items and, two-by-two, there exists some kind of attraction/repulsion that I...
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jtbell
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As part of a local competition, i have to calculate the distance that a projectile launched at an angle from a certain...
Mar15-08 09:06 AM
naes213
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Okay, so the situation is a hydro-electric plant, assumed to have a vertical inlet pipe, of (s) metres high, and a...
Mar15-08 06:57 AM
rcgldr
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Why dont metal objects such as a nail get charged by friction like the famous comb, plastic rod or glass rod - all...
Mar15-08 06:29 AM
pam
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what's the force acting during stapling?
Mar15-08 01:53 AM
cryptica
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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...
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jbunten
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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
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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
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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
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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
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What is the exact definition for momentum other than the formula p=m.v? Is there a way to understand it as a real...
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SeniorTotor
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Dear all, Intuitively, the probability of finding a trapped particle at a given location x should be proportional...
Mar12-08 05:56 AM
pkleinod
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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
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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
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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
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Hi everybody! I have a big question for you, I have been staring me blind on this problem I got. And wonder if...
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