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in waves and oscillations i read that any bounded medium oscillates in a particular freuency...why is it so?i need a...
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Reading in Russian sources I see they use ballistic coefficients such as these: BC = 3.0 kg/m^2 or alternatively...
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I understand that too long of a time scale won't resolve an event clearly, and too much has the risk of exciting...
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What is the key reason? I mean if you think about it, poles are just something we create to distinct the magnetic...
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A typical evaporative cooler works by pumping water from a reservoir in the bottom on the cooler onto fiber pads. A...
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I just learnt vectors as a prerequisite to learning mechanics and I have a few doubts:- 1) For 1D motion, there are...
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What cases can the hall effect happen? While reading this source. It states : "This is most evident in a thin flat...
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Does anyone out there know how I can calculate the magnetic dipole moment of a simple bar magnet? Or any kind of...
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Hey forum I need to ask for a link to a page for Variable density or preferably an explanation from someone who...
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Hi, I'm trying to use image charges to find the force that apply on the following particle (on the attachment) ,...
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I found the answer already. Please delete this post. Thanks
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Hello folks, I'm being tricked by the pesky friction force again. I know that static friction acts just to put...
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Hi, I have a question regarding the boundary condition present for a dielectric immersed in a static field. I hope...
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Hello all, I was wondering if the temperature of a plasma is relative to how much of it there is, or if it is...
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Hi, One of the boundary conditions when solving for the potential, \Phi, outside a dielectric sphere placed within...
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the calculation of the E field a distance z above a spherical surface of charge gives rise to this integral which can...
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Hi! I am trying to understand the statistical mechanics derivation of the ideal gas law shown at:...
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Given some body with a constant force F acting on it upwards (The body is subject to the gravitational force due to...
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So heat capacity is the change in the mean value of the internal energy when the temperature is changed: C = d<E>/dt...
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Are there any unanswered questions in classical mechanics? By unanswered I mean unanswered and attempted. I could...
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This is a problem that's appeared in a game I am writing, and is a bit beyond the mechanics I can sort-of remember...
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1) Is birefringence different in plastics, tempered glass and calcite crystal? In plastics I see rainbow color...
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hey all so i am taking a class on thermal dynamics this summer and am using Kaminski's "Introduction to Thermal and...
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At the moment, I am reading the book Relativity, written by Albert Einstein regarding his special and general theory...
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Let's consider a stationary ball lying on the floor. The weight of the ball acts downwards and the normal reaction...
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Is additive color mixing a linear process (or close to)? (if this question has already been answered in detail,...
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I have a bit of a theoretical question. If one has a current carrying wire in a magnetic field such as in an electric...
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Hi, I am wondering if it is possible to generate unpolarized light using the RF module in COMSOL (I have version...
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