We have noticed in various electricity pylons/towers that groundwire or shieldwire is always placed at the top and between the two conductors ?
why is that so?
If you look at the 220kV structures or 500kV structures of pylons, you will notice the groundwire is placed at the middle of...
Solve the follwing differential equation
2y'-(x/y)+x^3 cosy = 0 solve?
Linear Differential equation: y'+py=q
exact differential equation: Mdx+Ndy=0
The Attempt at a Solution
both of the methods i have applied .... but didnt work
A mass spring system is in elevator which moves upward with an acceleration "a" . What will be effect on the measured value of spring constant compared to its value when elevator is at rest.
At rest F=mg
But with acceleration
I think the value is...
But if we apply bernoulli's principle here: I-e
" where the pressure is high in a fluid there is low velocity and where the pressure is low in a fluid motion , velocity will be higher..
We know that at sides there is more pressure due to Adhesion and Cohesion forces hence speed is low...
Why the speed of water in the middle of the smooth flowing stream is high than its speed on the sides?
Is it due to Adhesion or cohesion forces or viscosity or Bernoulli principle holds here?
Kindly tell me exact reason .
P = momentum, m = mass and v= velocity, and P=m*v
So before the collision we have a total momentum of (65*4.9) + (88*1.2) = 424.1Kg/ms^-1
After the collision, the momentum must be 424.1. This is equal to the combined mass of the man and the boat (65+88=153kg) multiplied by the final velocity...
A man of mass 65kg is running at speed of 4.9m/s, jumps in to a rowboat of 88kg that is drifting without friction in the same direction at a speed of 1.2m/s. when the man is seated in the rowboat, what is the final velocity of the boat?
An object is free to move on a table, ex-
cept that there is a constant friction force f
that opposes the motion of the object when
it moves. If a force of 10 N pulls the object
across the table, the acceleration is 2 m/s2. If
a force of 20 N pulls the object across the...
A force acting on a particle moving in XY plane is given by F= 2y i + x^2 j . particle moves from origin to a final position having coordinates (x,y)=(5,5). calculate the work done by force F along