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I am having a headache to try understand a possibly simple real-world problem: efficiency (as in number of strokes/cumulative length needed) to saw steel, assuming a constant sawing length per stroke and a known steel sectional area.
I began to think about the few assumptions I assume...
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You're right, I forgot to add that most sounds would probably be randomly scattered within 10m from soil level, possibly centered around a fixed point in the valley and they would be prevalently distributed in the lower parts of the valley, within half of Hmax...
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I have a practical problem, I'd like to find the "best" spot to hear sounds in a valley (forgive me if "acoustic point" isn't an appropriate term, I just couldn't come up with anything better and scrolling an acoustics text didn't help), or at least a non-blind spot (one which instead...
I see, thank you.
I erroneously thought it was #3 since I supposed the greater surface area of porous particles could play a role into replacing water vapor content in air more efficiently than porous particles slightly closer to measuring point.
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I'd like to know which of these 3 example I sketched would have a steadier and higher air humidity at measuring point, assuming same conditions (except those illustrated as different, like porous media thickness and measuring point), water level and air turbulence within larger container...
I see, didn't think about this, thank you very much...I always thought that zenith was zenith and it didn't vary noticeably, with temperature variations being mostly dependant on light hours and longer peak time.
Where can I find peak average solar irradiation by month (meaning the average...
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I was thinking if maximum light intensity underwater during seasons changes somehow.
I firstly thought about considering monthly solar irradiance (http://neo.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/view.php?datasetId=CERES_INSOL_M) however I thought this would have been biased at certain latitudes due to...
I can't get my head around this (or maybe I just explained my question poorly): if one considers only the weight-bearing area as you suggest, wouldn't a smaller supporting area yield a higher pressure even if weight stays the same, something which doesn't make sense to me since I guess that...
I (perhaps wrongly) assumed that pressure inside a bottle with a weight sitting on top should be higher than pressure inside a bottle with no weight on?
Here's a sketch I did
I have this same question. Could the internal pressure be approximated to Force/Surface, so (mass*g)/surface area of a bottle?
How inaccurate would this be?
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You're right, of course here it is.
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Basically just a small-ish floating stand.
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I'd like to know which book or papers I'd read to understand, possibly without too rigorous mathematics knowledge, how do photons like X-rays or gamma ones reflect off surfaces and attenuate through solids or generally speaking, facts about how do they interact with the real world.
So...
Hi Simon, thanks for your reply.
Unfortunately it's not a real homework but just a project of mine, so I don't have hints to look upon.
Ok I'll look at these.
1. Homework Statement
Do you think it's possible for an object to be relatively motionless if floating on rippled water surface?
Could this be achieved by have it float inside one (or several nested) water/oil-containing containers?
2. Homework Equations
ES = - n2(k-m)2 Lucassen's...
Sorry I didn't get what you wanted to say, maybe I misunderstood? I'm not trying to proof that I'm not on plane but rather that I'm at 10,000 feet.
Mostly myself, but anything that could come handy as additional future proof of my hikes.
No problem, it will be outdoors, on solid rock :)
I'll try to explain it clearer: I'd like to take a photo or video that can somehow testify (within its obvious limits and tampering possibilities) that I took that at altitude instead of sealevel.
Thank you :)
That's simple enough and is pretty solid as proof, didn't think about this :)
Pretty neat, thanks.
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By proof I mean something which shows I'm altitude (not necessarily at X altitude, even just at X > 10000 height) and is not only a selfie photo of me with a canyon below :)
Really...
Hi, this may seem like an odd questions to most of you but I'd still like to ask what could be some visual proofs of being at high altitude, say 10,000 feet above sea level.
While any said proof is not extremely rigorous or untamperable and probably little more than a showy capture to add to...
I see thank you, maybe I'm mistaken with air density lowered by humidity. However, why is there no measured T rather than resorting to sealevel T and lapse rate?
Homework Statement
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This is a practical problem, no homework question.
I'd like to determine pressure (and O2 partial pressure) at altitude, yet following a more realistic real-world calc including measured data like relative humidity (RH) and temperature at that altitude, yet all I can...
I'd like to know if it's possible to roughly estimate a light source wattage remotely, knowing the distance and perhaps estimating that at such a distance it's still above the minimum human recognizable threshold at night (in a light polluted area).
Maybe using a DSLR camera could help by...
The results are that I unfortunately still don't see where does surface water temperature (due to high irradiation VS low irradiation) comes into play in either Penman's or Shuttleworth's formula. I am quite sure that, considering everything else equal, water at say 23°C evaporates more readily...
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I'd like to know how I'd put together, either elegantly or at least in physical terms, that surely water evaporation in a large pool of V volume and S surface is influenced by wind (increased by it as opposed to having side barriers), temperature (increased by direct sunlight as opposed to...
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I was looking for a formula to describe capillary action speed in a medium.
On wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capillary_action) I came across a formula which describes the cumulative volume of a liquid drawn by capillary action after time t
where V is cumulative volume, A is...
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I'd like to know if there is a maximum matrix size after which radiation counting (using a scintillator/photomultiplier) on a flat paper sample doesn't improve or is not significant.
Specifically this would refer to radiochromatograms, or chromatography strips of radioactive samples.
If...