Thanks again for the clarification.
Hmmmm... why tan(theta) why not cos(theta) ...??
You have answered same question before and i want to understand it 2 ..
check the link .
If i was answering the question i would say the...
The current in the circuit ...??
An AC voltage of the form V = Vmax sin 2*pi*f*t , with frequency 22 Hz and maximum voltage 763 V, is applied across a 17 W light bulb. When the voltage is first applied.
a) what is the current through the circuit?
Three Choices ...
Determine the value of the inductance ...??
Consider a series RLC circuit. The applied voltage has a maximum value of 210 V and oscillates at a frequency of 76 Hz. The circuit contains an inductor whose inductance can be varied, a 900 ohm resistor, and a 1 μF...
Ok , i have read the textbook and found the difference b/w the Ip Or J and I
I found that the rectangular second moment of area I = pi*(r4)/4
Thanks NvN. Now i have one more question how to find T the torque here :
\tauxy = = + T*c / I
T = ??
Thanks Pongo38 for the respond i...
Ideasrule told you that ...
B=2.6 mT when I=3.8 A ,,,,,, So find L the length of the solenoid by this equstion :
B = 2.6e-3 T
N = 30 turns
I = 3.8 A
So L = ?
Then substitute the value of L in this equation to find the Inductance of the Solenoid :
Ok i will not change anything .
Hmm , Why it is divided by 4
what is the difference b/w this and J
When i calculated J i used R the radius of the shaft not the diameter.
Here you divided by 4 which means to me that r here represents the diameter not the radius... am i right ??
Ok, I switched the z & y axes in my diagram but why u did that ...??
What about the location of stresses are they going to stay on there old localtion after switching...?? (( In this case I think that there woulb no more σy or...
The final Step
Find the principal stresses and using the given factor of safety and the yield stress of steel calculate the
I think that ,,
σx = 0
σy = + M*c / Ip ,
M = 1.1228e5 *P , c = 0.009525 m , Ip = 1.2929e-8
\tauxy = + T*c / Ip ,
T = ??
The motor of an elevator generates 12000 Watts of power when moving the elevator at constant speed of 2 m/s.what is the mass of elevator in kg ...??
There are 5 options for the answer.
a) 500 Kg b) 400 Kg c) 300 Kg d) 240 Kg e) 200 Kg
Now i want to move to step 3.
Determine the stress state at the wall (location of the maximum bending stress and torsional stress)
First of all , Did I locate the stresses correctly with directions , second how to find the...
Ooops i think that I wrote Ig by mistake.Sorry
So now Ip is the same found in the 1st step right ..??
Ok the moment now must = 6 * P In SI units = 0.1524 * P
σBending max = 0.1524 * P * 0.009525 / 1.2929e-8
σBending max = 1.1228e5 *P N/m2
Thats it second step done ...
Alright then let's move to the second step .
Calculate the maximum bending stress in the circular bar.
σBending max = M*c / Ip
where M is the bending moment.
c is the maximum vertical distance away from the N.A ( Neutral Axis)
Ip is the moment of inertia.
I found c to be the...
Mechanics Question : Maximum Load needed ?? Urgent Please Help
A new steel bracket was designed to support various loads being hung from the end. The designer would like
to know the largest load that can be...
thanks for response
hmmm.. ok there is no need to substract one from another,
how do i find the flux associated with the outer one ?
Do i have to use the inner magnetic field to find the outer flux ??
Do i have to use the inner flux to find the outer flux and how ??
A 3 m long large coil with a radius of 15.7 cm and 130 turns surrounds a 7.2 m long solenoid with a radius of 5.7 cm and 4700 turns. The current in the solenoid changes as I=I_0 sin (2\pi f t) where I0= 30 A and f=60 Hz.Inside solenoid has 4700 turns and outside coil has...
Finally i got the right answer . thanks ideasrule for the help .
what i have done to solve this problem :
The induced emf for the small solenoid is given by Faraday's Law of induction
emf = -N2 dφ/dt = -N2 A2dB/dt =...
the emf needed for the small solenoid inside = -n (d[phi]/d[time])
n = 32 turns
d[time] = 5 seconds
d[phi] = B*A
B = μ0 * N * I / L , μ0 is given , N = 323 turns , I = 44 A , L = 0.4 m
A = π r^2 , r = 0.002 m
after finding d[phi] to be = 5.611e-7 T
emf = -...
hmmm ... i answered the first three parts correctly.
i missed a little informations in those equations above , that's why i could not answer them.
for part a) i used B = μ0 * N * I
i forgot the length L so it will become like this B = μ0 * N * I / L
for part b ) self inductance...
Given: μ0 = 4 π x10−7 T.m/A.
An air-core circular solenoid is shown in the figure below. A current of 22 A is establishedin the wire which makes up this solenoid.
a) What is the magnetic field at its center? [[ Answer...
Wow , thanks kuruman for the help , it is right , when time is zero i get a maximum emf E.
but i have a question ,,, can i find the maximum by deravatives and how and when to use ?
thx in advance for all who are helping us ... ^^
(a) The switch S is open. The top two capacitors are in series: Ctop = 1/(1/3+1/6) = 2 μF, and the
bottom two are also in series: Cbot = 1/(1/6 + 1/3) = 2 μF. The top and bottom capacitors are in
parallel: Ceq = Ctop + Cbot = 4 μF. The total charge on the capacitors is: Qtot = CeqVab = 840 μC...
A flat loop of wire of area 15.7 cm2 and 1.09 turns is perpendicular to a magnetic field whose magnitude decays in time according to B = 0.5 e−t/7. What is the maximum induced emf? Answer in units of V.
thx 4 clarifying about the potential ^^
But is'nt taking an integral from 5 to infinity will give me infinity and when i multiply infinity with E i will get also infinity ?
In case what u r saying is correct what is the value of r then ??
Is it the distance from point p to x1 or to...
Hi kevinli , welcome to PF ^^
first equation (v=a*t) is for Velocity = acceleration * time
in units = (m/s²)*(s) = (m/s) which is the SI unit for Velocity ^^
the second one (d=v*t) is for distance = velocity * time
in units = (m/s) * (s) = (m) which is also the SI unit for...
The Attempt at a Solution
I know that E in this case = kq/[a*(L+a)]
a : distance from point P to x2 ( P-x2)
L : distance from x1 to x2 ( x2-x1)
The denominator = r²= [a*(L+a)]
I want Potential V=kq/r
r=Sqr(The denominator = r²= [a*(L+a)])
So I just insert the values and got...
Again an electric potential question ?
Question # 1
A charge of 7.034 nC is uniformly distributed
along the x-axis from −4 m to 4 m.
What is the electric potential (relative to
zero at infinity) of the point at 5 m on the
Wooo Wait friend I faced this problem maybe 2 years ago & actually forgot the whole concept of the problem. So please forgive me, try to read it & understand it by yourself & if U stuck In somewhere tell the Members to clear 4 U that part.
Sorry Again Captain.
Hi mr.coon ^^
& Welcome to the PF
Let positive be west and negative be east since they are opposite directions.
The forces are 3300 , -940 , -1200
The sum of the forces : 3300-940-1200= 1160 N
Newtons law F=ma is used
F = 1160 N
m = 6800 Kg
a = Find It ^^
Hi again sir ^.*
Thx a lot for the information and corection that U've posted & I appreciate your help to me Sir.
Part C ) MmmMmmm... I actually know an equation for potential which is V=kq/r but I tried it and got wrong answer. I've tried for r once and for R once & still got wrong...
Hi Tiny-Tim! Thx 4 Welcoming ^^
Please check my steps of solving this part & tell me if i made a mistake :
= Int(EdACos[theta]) = Int(EdA) = EA
E : Electric Field inside a uniform sphere of charge = KQr/R3
A : Area of the spherical Shell of...
How To Find Potential ??
Consider the uniformly charged sphere with
radius R = 4.65461 m,
Q = 6.66731 μC is the
a) Find the total flux passing through the
Gaussian surface (a spherical shell) with ra-
dius 2.08762 m.
Question # 1
Should she try to stop, or should she make a run for it ?
We have Her driving speed = 50*(1000/3600) m/s
Distance From car to traffic Light = 30 m
The time that yellow light can stand = 2.0 s
Speed = Distance / Time So Time = Distance / Speed