Does the Coriolis Effect Occur When Wind Moves Horizontally?]]>

Assuming the system follows Maxwell's equations, what must both fields satisfy such that

##∇⋅(\frac{∂B}{∂t})=0## ?]]>

Gravity assist and increasing orbital energy]]>

I photographed our television with the flash on in order to recreate a strange patter i saw when looking at the suns reflection in the screen.(with my eyes it's not just the camera)

You can...

Strange Optical Phenomenon (diffraction or something else?) (solved)]]>

I'm new to the physics community and completely useless in the subject area, however I am extremely interested in physics.

After turning off the television just now I noticed something odd.

There is a big mirror behind the bed, and the television is on the wall in front....

Strange Light Phenomenon]]>

Inverse Square Law, Temperature Change, and Heat Source Temp]]>

you do this simple math and you get an number that is in KE units , Joules.

so, why is the KE unit equation, 1 Joule = Kg x (m^2/s^2) ??

1Kg traveling at 1m/s would have a KE of 1Joule, but using the KE equation, it would be 1/2 a Joule.

why is...

Physics 101 refresher question -- Confused about the definition of a Joule]]>

Then $$i(t)=\frac{V(t)}{Z}=\frac{V_0e^{i\omega t}}{R+i\left(\frac{1}{\omega C}-\omega L\right)}$$...

RLC circuit analysis]]>

What causes light to bend in refraction]]>

Capstan law is T2=T1e^μθ.

I have problem identifying T1 and T2 in various situations:

1) when the capstan is not rotating

2) when the capstan is rotating

how can I identify which side is T1 and which T2?

thanks!]]>

Obnoxious vehicle speakers]]>

And the photons of light...

Few questions on light interacting with atoms]]>

transformer lamination thickness calculation]]>

My theory is, that they just bounce off of eachother with equal force.

Can anyone explain following scenarios in Force-Reaction]]>

In high school, we usually take examples where the object is placed in an incline and the Normal force is equal to mg cos theta where theta is the angle of the incline. It should equal to that...

Normal forces question]]>

I am trying to calculate the equation of motion of a charged particle in the field of a monopole.

The magnetic field of a monopole of strength g is given by:

[tex] \textbf{B} = g \frac{\textbf{r}}{r^3} [/tex]

And the Lagrangian by:

[tex] \mathcal{L} = \frac{m\dot{\textbf{r}}^2}{2}...

Lagrangian of a monopole (Einstein notation is used)]]>

what force keeps a radially accelerating object in the air?]]>

I've read that it's actually the electromagnetic force, but atoms are electrically neutral and there is no ostensible repulsive force between electrons and the nucleus, so I have some doubts.

Has...

Quantum Model of Contact Forces]]>

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Is this equation of motion for the Y-direction correct here: ma = −...

Can drag force and lift force be in the same direction here:]]>

Degredation of a Circular Flow]]>

I thought that only the charge stored on each would be the same so p.d. across each would depend on their capacitance? Does that mean that they will...

Potential Difference. across capacitors]]>

http://phys.org/news/2016-05-space-three-dimensional.html

about the following paper:

http://arxiv.org/pdf/1502.01843v2.pdf

and wonder what specialist think about it, resp. says their intuition.]]>

Does light always travel at light speed?]]>

I have a question from a CSET practice exam that i'm having trouble understanding the provided answer.

Q Two items are dropped simultaneously from a ten-story building. The items are shaped similarly and are relatively the same weight. Which of the following statements is correct...

Fall Rate of Objects]]>

A tube, height 1.2m, is submerged vertically in the ocean where the waters density is 10^3 kg/m^3. A diver initially holds the tube vertically directly on top of the water. He then dives to...

Question: pressure inside an object submerged in water]]>

When...

When a charged object is brought close to an uncharged one (attraction)]]>

Many thanks :)]]>

A block on a ramp is static at certain angle, and after the ramp is raised by a certain...

Does coefficient of static friction change with angle]]>

Water heaviest at 4 degrees]]>

Fluid Dynamic. Force on particles in carrying fluid (liquid)]]>

Temperature range]]>

PET scanners -- SNR versus NECR...]]>

Need Conceptual Framework for Reaction vs. Net Force]]>

Amongst common liquids the lowest I can see is Acetone with a kinematic viscosity of 0.41 cSt...

Lowest Kinematic Viscosity Fluid - High Pressure Gas]]>