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hey pf! i was hoping one of you could help me with deriving the navier stokes equations. i know the equations state...
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Hello, and thank you in advanced for this. I am having trouble with setting up most if not all of my integrals when I...
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Hi, I am wondering if total momentum of the system is conserved in this case. Our system is consisted of two balls:...
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Today I tried to show that rotational kinetic energy was equivalent to standard translational kinetic energy. So I...
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So, consider an average shorted capacitor connected to an alternating current power source. This capacitor has a...
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Hi, I'm studying classical mechanics via Goldstein's book, but I don't get the chapter about velocity dependent...
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Can diffraction be explained for tilted light arrays or only normal incident lights can have diffraction orders?
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If a red light drops on a red object, we know that all of the red light is reflected, and none is absorbed. But what...
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Just doing a couple circuit diagrams, and my brain seems to have shorted: If you have two batteries, but they're...
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Why aren't we using this method? :surprised
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In nature, all forces have a limited value, i.e, their effect is reduced if many objects are influenced by that force....
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Is there any difference computationally between say a thin spherical insulating shell and a thin conductive shell ? ...
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what is the physical meaning -and nature- of heat in the molecular scale? how can molecules emit heat in forms other...
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What cause potential difference in the conductor? I mean why the changing magnetic flux induce EMF? I understand the...
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I've heard that fire creates a vacuum due to the consumption of oxygen. Obviously, combustion results in other gases...
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Any idea how to approach finding the self energy of an infinitely long, thin insulating cylinder. It's got linear...
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In Hamiltonian formulation there is an expression df / dt = { f , H } + ∂f / ∂t where f is function of q, p and t....
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My high school teacher told me that internal forces of a system do not change the Centre of Gravity of a system. I...
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Hello everybody! First of all, I would like to say that this is my first post in this forum, even though I've...
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I would like to know if a a inductively coupled power transfer system also emits electromagnetiv waves. The system...
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For a droplet of radius r in a vapour phase the Gibbs thompson effect applies: Δμ = μvapour-μdroplet = 2σM/r, where...
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I was trying to find some papers on caratheodory's formulation of thermodynamics and This paper is one of the things I...
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Why does hot air rise? What I'm really getting at is why should the speed of kinetic motion of the individual atoms...
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1) I don't completely understands Charles Law (V = T*k) - This implies that if we increase the volume of an object,...
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Hey, I know I'm wrong, but I don't know where. I've read several textbooks and searched the web, I would appreciate if...
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Hi This is the problem... I'm reading a paper where the author says Transformation between the laboratory and...
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Hi, I've know that accelerated charge generates electromagnetic radiation which eventually should cause the...
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What is the difference between a Gaussian beam profile and an Airy disk? Both seem to be pretty much the same to me....
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Hi guys, In a scientific paper, I have found the following sentence: "...given the fact that the system is...
Mar11-14 04:48 PM
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Ok, so I have a 405nm laser pointer (bluish purple/uv). Had a few miscellaneous glass objects and was shining it...
Mar11-14 02:37 PM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critical_point_%28thermodynamics%29 Look here please. Why is the first and 2nd order...
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When deriving capacity of a parallel plate capacitor, we consider the electric field (sigma/epsilon), i.e. the field...
Mar11-14 11:19 AM
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why all EM waves are sinusoidal ? or this is not true at all, i.e., EM waves of other waveforms do exist ? the...
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Hi all I'm trying to replicate the effect of a 45 Faraday rotator using a series of waveplates instead. I've...
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What happens when a gas molecule collides with a liquid molecule at the microscopic level ?
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Is it possible to differentiate a scalar( in this case a Lagrangian) by a vector ? If the Lagrangian is r.A ie. the...
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