Homework Statement:: French Fusion Reactor
Relevant Equations:: F=ma
Hey anyone here working on the French Fusion reactor? Heard about it over the radio.
just been reading the annual reports from CERN. Kind of a fun read if you haven’t read it yet.
my apartment has this ancient furnace.
it either is electric coil or natural gas.
i think its heating oil and pumping it around the building.
could it burn natural gas and just pump hot air through the furnace?
anyway. its slowing down my WiFi.
Thermal Expansion equations?
steel string or nylon?
for most materials they say delta L is directly proportional to delta Temperature.
we just need an equation to convert Delta Temp to Tension
so a certain tension creates a certain note.
thats what you guys were working on right?
I think we just have to consider that the O2 has mass. and the CO2 has mass. and we have to add that in. when its in that giant balloon. we can consider it to be its own object with a certian mass and a certian size (and extremely low mass). so let's just use 1m^3 volume.
I think the force from...
Lets say you have a jar of water, and a jar of air.
You heat both of them 100C
will either of them explode?
ok just kidding.
which one exerts more pressure, and is hence more likely to explode?
did heating the substance turn heat into force? (force per unit area)
are maxwells equations theoretically accurate?
do they describe electromagnetism?
its basically a series of differential equations for describing the electric, and magnetic fields.
including particle motion and the field it creates?
the electric field makes a lot of sense. but what is...
I've seen the equation I think is just for hydrogen. is this just for hydrogen?
of course this doesn't return the atomic spectra, it returns the energy.
So using E=h*v and Planck's constant. a simple factor of 1/h would return the frequency.
right? Energy is directly proportional to frequency...