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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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I was watching the Malaysian Grand Prix, when seeing the really hugely wide tires on the F1 cars got me thinking....
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I understandthat moving charged particles can be made to rotate in a magnetic feild, but what happens when the induced...
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sophiecentaur
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was trying to calculate the equations of motion of gas flowing into a vaccum chamber of sea level air, but my maths...
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are all mirrors limited by a certain intensity that they can reflect at a given wavelength, or does reflectivity just...
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when light is reflected on a surface, there is always going to be some absorbsion by the reflective material. what i'm...
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I've spent about 6 horus this weekend trying to construct to build a paper tower that will support thick textbook 14...
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So this is a conceptual question, it's not a direct homework question, but it does involve how to do a kind of...
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So I made an observation that I would really like anyone who is good with mechanics to look over to see if I got the...
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Bennigan88
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In my textbook, Joule's apparatus (two blocks falling from height h turn a paddle that stirs and increases the...
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Simon Bridge
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So, I was wondering if a conducting loop was placed in orbit around the Earth would it be able to generate a current?
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Hi ive been having an argument with a few friends about a theory of mine (based on what i can remember from my physics...
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sylas
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Hi All, I have a thought that I had a while ago and wanted some advise/feedback etc My thought was as follows: ...
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pallidin
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Hi everyone, There are 2 things I do not understand in the derivation of kinetic energy from work:...
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juanrga
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When hearing the same sound coming out from a Radio and a TV simultaneously (e.g., when a channel is beeing...
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Hi, coleagues. I'd like to hear others' opinions regarding these: a. why we don't get electrified when just...
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CWatters
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Dear colleagues, My question here refers to the EMF induced in an incomplete ring that is stationary amidst a time...
May7-13 04:23 AM
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according to the 2nd law of thermodynamics, as time has increase, disorder universally is increasing among the...
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Dear reader, can any on explain me what is a electromagnetic wave????? -benzun please go easy with me
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Integral
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dear reader, What are electrical waves? What are magnetic waves? What are electromagnetic waves? what is...
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can someone please explain why when banking a curve at an angle so that no friction at all is needed to maintain the...
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I wonder if someone could explain what is meant by 'End Correction' Any help is appriciated! thanks
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If there is a circuit consists of a long thin conducting shell of radius a and a parallel return wire of radius b on...
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Bob S
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Jackson 2nd editon 6.2 and 3rd edition 5.26 are same questions but given solutions in problems are different. 2nd...
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ber70
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please lock thread. thank you.
Jul15-07 12:59 PM
beramodk
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A worker on the roof of a house drops her hammer which slides down the roof at constant speed of 4m/s. Th roof makes...
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Moose352
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Hey - I am a bike mechanic with a large interrest in physics. I know that a larger disc brake rotor provides a...
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90245
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Hello everyone: I have heard about paint sprayers that put a charge on the paint as it exits the sprayer - the...
Jan29-11 06:19 AM
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We know that the energy density of the electric field is: \frac{1}{2}*\epsilon*E2 then, can we infer that the energy...
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egust
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Every book seems that it is a no-brainer that electric fields are zero in a conductor, but I do not understand this. ...
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Berko
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On page 60 of his 3rd edition of Classical Electrodynamics, he discusses the method of images applied to a grounded...
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Berko
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Hello, everyone! Any ideas how to measure drag or drag coefficient on a body of simple shape? We should conduct an...
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AlephZero
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A large open tank, shown below, contains water at a height H. The water is allowed to flow out through a pipe whose...
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bermet
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At parity of maximum resistance before failure (in the case of aluminum, deformation), weighs less aluminum or...
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Aero51
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Hi all, i have a doubt. How much teeth in relationship to his radius need to have a gear to be optimal? And, if i have...
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SteamKing
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If newtons third law says there is an equal and opposite reaction how can there be energy transfer. For example if I...
Apr30-13 09:34 PM
SammyS
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For example if I punch an object and it doesn't move, am I giving it energy, if so after doing that billions of times...
May1-13 05:16 PM
FireStorm000
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Consider please a conducting wire located in a plane electromagnetic wave propagating in the positive direction of the...
Jul13-07 12:58 PM
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Defining the period measured by a moving observer relative to a stationary source as T=t(n)-t(n-1) where t(n) and...
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Consider please that an observer is located in a plane sinusoidal and polarized e.m. wave. He erects a metalic antenna...
Mar7-09 08:24 AM
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Consider the following statements: 1. If you move relative to me with velocity V I move relative to you with velocity...
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