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As a way to express the complex poynting is F = P + j2ω(Wm − We), whats the magnitude and the phase of it based on the...
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Here's the textbook way of calculating the work done by an ideal gas in an isothermal case. PV=nRT P.dV=(nRT/V).dV...
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So, I know that it has been sort of asked in other forms before, but they mostly deal with human beings and so I've...
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Hi, It seems that there is no much examples of this particular case. OK, we all know how to write the general...
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If we consider the kinetic energy of say a car like Nissan Leaf moving at its top speed we have : K.E. = 0.5 x M x...
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I understand that if two points are inside a conductor they're at the same potential. I also understand that if two...
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When we consider a magnet, usually we perceive the field lines to come out of the north pole. But since the poles of a...
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Can this wave in any way be considered circularly polarized? \overrightarrow {E}\left( z,t\right) =\left E_{0}\sin...
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In classical mechanics, p = mv L = Iω These correspond to linear and angular momentum, respectively. They're...
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So we're currently covering multipole expansion techniques in my EDM class. The multipole expansion is a summation of...
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The Gibbs energy is used to determine the spontaneity of a thermodynamic process under isobaric conditions. The...
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