I am looking to improve the thermal insulation on one of my favorite glass mugs.
I am choosing between a silicone glove or a neoprene wrap.
What is the difference between a silicone baking mat and silicone rubber?
Does silicone or neoprene have better thermal insulation?
I ask, "Does a ferrous pan for Induction Cooking need to be Completely Ferrous?"
In other words, could just the bottom of the pan be a ferrous material for good inductive heat induction?
Could I have a ferrous bottom, and ferrous sides that turn to a non-ferrous material after a couple...
Alright, so the corss product of two vectors will give me a vector that is perpendicular to the plane (which is in the direction that I want).
I'm not sure what these vectors would be? How do I know what vectors to cross?
I have a coordinate system, (x,y,z). There is a uniform-magnetic-field of 2.0 T that exists along
the direction of the y-axis. There is a rectangular plane bounded by the points
Calculate how much flux is traveling through the rectangular...
Yes, I am assuming that the AFM cantilever is being modeled as a second order system. With the cantilever tune, the phase curve is set to 90° of the resonant frequency. So would I be close enough in estimating that the natural frequency is 72.7 kHz?
I've been asked to estimate ωn and ζ from the magnitude and phase plot of an atomic force microscope. The magnitude and phase plot is attached.
Does anyone know how to solve for these values?
A 2400/240-V, 60-Hz transformer has the following parameters in the equivalent circuit of Figure 6.5: the high-side leakage impedance is (1.2+j2.0)Ω, the low-side leakage impedance is (0.012+j.02)Ω, and Xm at the high-side is 1800 . Neglect Rhe. Calculate the input voltage...
Which of the following statements about the electric potential inside a metal object are correct? Check all that apply.
The potential at any point inside a metal at equilibrium is equal to the potential at the surface, which may be nonzero.
The potential is the same...
Which of the following...
In a collision between an electron and a hydrogen atom, it is useful to select both objects as the system because:
A. The total momentum of the system does not change during the collision
B. The forces the objects exert on each other are...
A 900 kg car moving east at 31 m/s runs head-on into a 2800 kg truck moving west at 15 m/s. The vehicles stick together. Use the concept of the center-of-momentum frame to determine how much kinetic energy is lost.
Kf= Ki(car) + Ki(truck)
A thin uniform-density rod whose mass is 3.8 kg and whose length is 3.0 m rotates around an axis perpendicular to the rod, with angular speed 34 radians/s. Its center moves with a speed of 10 m/s.
(a) What is its rotational kinetic energy?
(b) What is its total kinetic...
Say I have a vertical spring, with a mass attached to the bottom of the spring, and the spring is attached to the ceiling. Say I push up on the mass compressing the spring, and then I release the spring from rest.
Do I need to take into account the gravitational...
I don't see what you're getting at. I know there are these two equations, I need to solve a variable deltat to get one variable left. After I try to do that step, I get a ridiculous equation that I need to solve for theta.
Is there any other process of doing this problem?
A football kicker can give the ball an initial speed of 27 m/s. He is 54 m from the goalpost which has a crossbar 3.37 m high.
(a) What is the largest angle of elevation that he can kick the football and score a field goal?
(b) What is the smaller angle of elevation that...
So I'll use:
deltax = vi*t + 0.5*a*t^2.
I plug in the proper values, and I don't get the correct answer. I am unsure of where I am going wrong. The initial position is, <0,0,0>, so I don't need to worry about that.
Your location is at the origin. When an object passes you, it is traveling 5 m/s in the −z direction. If the object's mass is 200 kg, and the net force on the object remains constant at ‹ 0, 0, −30 › N, what is the position of the object 20 seconds after it passes you...
Ok, So the x-component is 1e7cos(45), where the y-component is 1e7sin(45), so the hypotenuse is the vector that makes up both of these components, which allows the object to move in the direction that is 45 degrees from the horizontal.
Is that a decent understanding? Thanks for your help.
I am using vPython, and object moves in a +x direction with a vector of <1e7,0,0>m. I need to now change the vector so that it now moves in the same +x direction, but also moving in the northeast direction at an angle of 45 degrees.
The Attempt at a Solution
An object is moving in the +z direction. Which, if any, of the following statements do you know must be false? Check all that apply.
1. velocity of z is zero.
2. The net force on the object is in the -z direction.
3. The net force on the object is zero.
4. The net...
Integral of (sec(10x)^2)*(tan(10x)^6)dx
The Attempt at a Solution
The powers are throwing me off a little bit. I realize that the derivative of tan is sec^2, bt how will that help me with this problem?
Consider the function f(x,y) = 4-x^2+3y^2 + y.
Let S be the surface described by the equation z= f(x,y) where f(x,y) is given above. Find an equation for the plane tangent to S at the point (-1,0,3)
The Attempt at a Solution
Ok, SO i solved for the gradient of F...
COmputationally I feel like i am not getting anywhere.
<0,2,6t> = k<1,2t,3t2>
I get 0=k ; 2=2kt ; 6t=3t2k.
Where should I go from here?
Should I solve for k, because I tried that and I am going in circles...