What is Horizontal: Definition and 978 Discussions
The horizontal branch (HB) is a stage of stellar evolution that immediately follows the red-giant branch in stars whose masses are similar to the Sun's. Horizontal-branch stars are powered by helium fusion in the core (via the triple-alpha process) and by hydrogen fusion (via the CNO cycle) in a shell surrounding the core. The onset of core helium fusion at the tip of the red-giant branch causes substantial changes in stellar structure, resulting in an overall reduction in luminosity, some contraction of the stellar envelope, and the surface reaching higher temperatures.
From the forces equation I can only understand from it that the forces' equations are:##N=Mg## and ##T\sin \theta=m\ell \ddot{\theta}##.
But I don't know how to find the Torques' equations.
Any help is appreciated.
N=Mg ##Tcosθ+N=mg
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r = 2.5
l=10 cm
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w = 0.5 (30 rpm)
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g=9.81
m2g=m1a,
a=(m2/m1)g=0.8g
F=0.8g x (M+m1+m2)= 0.8g x (21+5+4)= 0.8g x 30= 235.44 N.
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I need advice which lens should I use for correction of horizontal astigmatism in anamorphics lens which contains two prisms.
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re: https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/is-it-possible-to-solve-for-t.996132/post-6421205
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Ok this is what I posted on MeWe in MathQuiz
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