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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Hi Guys, I've attached 2 pages from the book of landau "The Classical Theory of fields", I have a question about...
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I was wondering how to do the math for a bullet hitting some body armor. Would you just divide the original force...
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Hello to all, I want to analyze and make model of the water mixing process as shown in file in attacment....
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Does anyone know of any software I could use to look at thermal dispersion in silica? It is to basically see how far I...
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Why a cellphone rings inside microwave oven? Does the microwave oven don't block cellphone radiation?
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Hi! This is my first post here. I'm currently studying analytical/classical mechanics and have some problems...
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Guys, I don't quite understand the concept of magnetic dipole moment as a vector. Suppose we have a magnet (like...
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pam
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Consider a capacitor which is just like a plate capacitor, but instead of the upper electrode being a plate it is a...
May7-08 07:12 AM
shomey
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Poynting Vector is by definition: S = 1/u(E x B), where S points in the direction of the EM wave's motion. In...
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nealh149
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After following the thread "ideal conductor vs superconductor" a while, I am wondering about something that must have...
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OK if we have a circuit with a battery of emf e and internal resistance r and external resistance R. We are given that...
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atavistic
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If we were to inhale some Helium and speak, our vocal frequency will get higher producing high pitch and often comical...
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Borek
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Okay, I just took a test where there was a loop with a bar and a resistor in a magnetic field going into the screen as...
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Dahaka14
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Inspired by this story. Would running before you spit increase the distance your spit travels? I figure, most of...
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LURCH
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My text reads for Potential Due to a Collection Charges: 1/(4πє) ∑ q/r Lets say you want to calculate the...
May16-08 02:16 PM
simo
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If we have a metal wire and a magnetic field "inside" it, when the flux of the magnetic field changes, then the wire...
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Loniuc
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I've read some litterature about the electric potential (V, volts), but I feel like I still miss an actual explanation...
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Doc Al
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My thinking must be faulty somewhere, but I can't work out whats gonig on... The equation Tds = du + pdv and ...
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Mapes
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Hello everyone, new guy here. I'd like some other minds on an on-going debate i have with quite a few people....
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Fearless
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Many wiki articles contained horrible mistakes for many years until just a few days ago when I started to edit them....
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Count Iblis
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I am trying to derive the formula for E.m.f across the ends of a rod rotating in a magnetic field when the field is...
May29-08 02:43 PM
mukundpa
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Flux = Int B dA Why isn't this written as a double integral when we antidifferentiate over an areal?
May24-08 06:38 AM
Doc Al
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Hi there. I got two questions for you: 1- How can I calculate the force of attraction in Newton of two bar magnets...
Jun10-08 07:56 AM
noneya44
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Well hello there! :D I'm doing a project on graphical simulation of a bullet hitting a glass plate, and I have some...
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zoltaaaan
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To create a solenoid, conductive wire is coiled with n # of turns per unit length. To create a real solenoid can each...
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benabean
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First of all, sorry for my poor english I am studying classical mechanics and have a problem with angular momentum. I...
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Unfortunately, magnetic fields are by their nature invisible, but scientists from NASA’s Space Sciences Laboratory...
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SF
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I've seen two references to magnetic charge density as something that Dirac said would explain charge quantization. ...
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Peeter
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Hi, When you have interference in thin films, why does the film has to be thin? Why doesn't it work with "thick"...
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yoran
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Would a harmonic of the Larmor frequency have any effect on proton precession?
Jun5-08 12:29 PM
rj_duff
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I have a question about the Poynting vector: mit.edu/8.02t/www/materials/StudyGuide/guide13.pdf (page 44/51) ...
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Domenicaccio
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Hi all. I was thinking of something: Bound charges in an insulator arise because of the polarisation, so even...
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Niles
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Hi, I was thinking about the graviton ride at amusement parks - the one that sort of simulates the feeling of gravity...
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russ_watters
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Say I have the following simple situation || || ||---/\/\/\---m1---/\/\/\----m2...
Jun12-08 01:33 PM
JohnSimpson
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Hi I've working on a computer program where I need to calculate some electric fields. I am referring to a thesis...
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broli86
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ok so i've got the three components of the inertia tensor (A,A,C) and ive derived expression for, using matrices, the...
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latentcorpse
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I have a Q re angular momentum (L) that's causing some heated discussion. A bullet is fired off center toward a...
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Hi all, This is frustrating. I've searched all over the net for how one can generate high freqency, maybe a few...
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ZapperZ
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What are the general boundary conditions for nonviscous, incompressible fluid flow? I am trying to find the velocity...
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Audio headphones, especially portable ones, need to be sealed against the ear at low frequencies to reproduce bass. ...
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