Yeah. I solved a lot of integrals. I know I need to distinguish between ##V## the volume and ##V## the integration parameter. I just never asked myself why you fundamentally have to do it.
So, I volunteered to run a seminar to first year students in my college. They got a question like this for homework recently and a lot of them made a mistake in the calculation. I am not asking for help with the question itself because I know how to do it. However, a lot of students made a...
The question is taken from An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics by Carroll and Ostlie. I did manage to do the entire question and plot the relevant graphs but I just wanna to investigate a bit more. For example I wanna look at how the graph would like in the case of the Sun. I don't know what...
Hi guys. I'm a third year physics student. Next year I'll be in my final year. I'm interested in studying fusion in the future. Unfortunately I have not done plasma physics as part of my degree so I don't know much about it yet. However I'd like to do an internship abroad this summer. Ideally I...
Summary:: I am looking for topics to give a presentation on.
Hi everyone. If this is in the wrong section feel free to move it.
Anyway, as part of our lab course, on top of doing experiments we will also have to prepare a 20 minute presentation on a chosen topic on physics. This is not like...
Okay that is starting to make more sense now. Just need to clarify a few small things. There is no magnetic field in the question. Therefore the Poynting vector is zero everywhere. So the volume integral of our Poynting vector will be zero. Therefore the electromagnetic momentum at any point in...
So I read the chapter more carefully and I'll try these again
(a) The quantity ##\left(-T_{zz} \right)##: given a surface (in this case x-y plane) oriented in z direction, the z component of momentum flowing through the region
(b) -##\sigma^2/2\epsilon##
(c) The quantity ##\left(-T_{zz}...
That would be the z component of the electromagnetic momentum to be more precise. I think if the quantity ##\left(-T_{zz}\right)## is positive the direction would be downward.
(A) That's the electromagnetic momentum flowing through that point in the xy plane
(B) You could use the relationship between force and electric field i.e. force per area is the electric field times charge density
(C) It is positive
(D) In the same direction as (C)
(E) The region above xy plane...
The question is partially taken from Griffith's book. I am confused about the physical meaning of momentum in fields. I have determined the solution and found that in part d the momentum crossing the x-y plane is some value in the positive z direction. I don't however understand the physical...
I attempted it but I wanna ask whether I'm going about it the right way:
Also is the enclosed current angle always dependent? On one hand we have that:
##\oint####B.dl=####\mu_o####\int####J.da##
Which reduces to:
##\oint####B.dl=####\mu_o####I##
The first equation is a dot product...
In his book on electrodynamics, Griffith talks about the magnetic field outside a solenoid. Firstly instead of dealing with a typical solenoid with closely wound loops, he instead works with a cylinder with a surface current that has no z-component. To get the angular component of the B-field...
As part of my project I was asked to use the finite difference method to solve Schrodinger equation. I see how you can turn it into a matrix equation, but I don't know how to solve it if the energy eigenvalues are unknown. Are there any recommended methods I can use to determine those...
Homework Statement
In a monatomic crystalline solid each atom can occupy either a regular lattice site or an interstitial site. The energy of an atom at an interstitial site exceeds the energy of an atom at a lattice site by an amount ε. Assume that the number of interstitial sites equals the...
Homework Statement
A string is attached to a block that can slide along a frictionless horizontal surface aligned along the x axis. The left end of the string is pulled over a pulley of negligible mass and friction at a height of 1.3m so that the block slides from x1=3m to x2=1m. The tension...