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I know tensile test consist for direct tension, splitting tension, and flexural tension. Tensile test known as to know how the material behaves under the tension and to know how much of load the material can bear it before fracture. But for the splitting tensile test, i still confused. Why do we...
I'm attempting to repair my Ergotron Workfit station. After taking apart, I discovered the problem. A single nylon rope split, releasing the spring's tension. Because it is past the warranty, the manufacturer is recommending I toss the whole assembly and buy a new $650 one. Doesn't seem the...
I've read the NIRCam instrument uses HgCdTe imaging sensors...
"JWST NIRCam has ten 2K × 2K HgCdTe detectors"
https://jwst-docs.stsci.edu/jwst-near-infrared-camera/nircam-instrumentation/nircam-detector-overview
I found this chart which displays the relative sensitivity of the NIRCam sensor...
So, for this question first I did a free body diagram in the perpendicular x-y axes, and, I got some equations with the normals, but the answer is independent of normal forces. So, I'm not sure how to eliminate the two normals. Further I find it quite weird that big block-A doesn't come into the...
Can the unit interval be split into two measurable sets (A and B each measure 1/2), so that for any sub-interval [c,d] the intersections ##A\cap [c,d]## and ##B\cap [c,d]## each measure half the length of [c,d]? I doubt it, but I would like to see a proof, one way or the other.
Real World Application here. I'm creating a virtual meeting involving six people and will have the first round include two groups of three. Then we'll switch a few times. I tried hopelessly to do it such that after three rounds, everyone would see everyone else at least once. Was so close...
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This query is regarding a 5 wire induction motor without a wiring diagram from a washing machine, one permanent capacitor, no centrifugal switch. here its 240v 50hz
I would appreciate someone explaining how to actually figure out the connections after measuring the resistance of the...
This question has a naturally associated question which is how common is life? Not just on Earth but anywhere in the universe. To begin making assumptions of the likelihood of life outside of our planet we have to first understand how life arose here first. Since we have not found any evidence...
I am new here so apologies in advance. When a virtual particle and anti particle appear at the event horizon of a black hole, before they destroy each other, they are split with one being sucked into the black hole and the other becoming exhaust. Are these the same particles as the quantum...
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When we want to find the area under a curve, we can use the formula
##A = \int_a^b\left|g(x)-f(x)\right|dx## where g(x) is greater than f(x) and both are continuous over the closed interval ##[a,b]##
My text, as seen in the picture, described the area under the curve...
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As far as I understand spin orbit coupling is the interaction between proton of atom and electron. Proton's motion(from the frame of electron) around electron creates magnetic field. Hence electron experiences magnetic field. Does this magnetic field produces a Zeeman effect which cause...
Homework Statement
We have a circular loop of wire, with AB is another wire which is also the diameter of the circular loop. The direction of magnetic field is perpendicular to the loop, into the plane of paper. The magnetic field strength is decreased at a constant rate, without changing the...
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Today I came home to find very discrete lines of colored light on my living room floor. Can anyone help me to explain this phenomena? I am familiar with dispersion but am wondering how the combination of glass and blinds is creating this effect.
When I rotate the shutters as you can see...
That's confusing. If the velocity at the exit is increased, that simply means kinetic energy is increased. But as the pressure is decreased and suppose the process is adiabatic (in case of compressible fluid), that means the temperature too is decreased. That simply means the enthalpy of the...
Original thread: https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/remove-an-aluminum-tube.952459/
NaHCO3, i.e. sodium hydrogen carbonate, compared to neutrality, is a weakly alkalinic salt, which, although it can, in the presence of a stronger base, such as sodium hydroxide, act as an acid, by surrendering...
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suppose we have an excited hydrogen atom in 3p state which makes a transition to 2s state. Then the atom loses some energy by emitting a photon which can be detected (or seen). I have no problems with that situation.
If there is an external magnetic field, the energy levels of the...
Hi, I really need to have sources related to high order operator split method for nonlinear pdf ode equations. Could you provide me with sources about that books files videos links...??
I am reading Paul E. Bland's book "Rings and Their Modules" ...
Currently I am focused on Section 3.2 Exact Sequences in \text{Mod}_R ... ...
I need some further help in order to fully understand the proof of Proposition 3.2.6 ...
Proposition 3.2.6 and its proof read as follows:
In the...
I am reading Paul E. Bland's book "Rings and Their Modules" ...
Currently I am focused on Section 3.2 Exact Sequences in \text{Mod}_R ... ...
I need some help in order to fully understand the proof of Proposition 3.2.6 ...
Proposition 3.2.6 and its proof read as follows:
In the above proof...
I am reading Paul E. Bland's book "Rings and Their Modules" ...
Currently I am focused on Section 3.2 Exact Sequences in ##\text{Mod}_R##... ...
I need some help in order to fully understand the proof of Proposition 3.2.6 ...
Proposition 3.2.6 and its proof read as follows:
In the above...
I am reading Paul E. Bland's book "Rings and Their Modules" ...
Currently I am focused on Section 3.2 Exact Sequences in ModR ... ...
I need some help in order to fully understand Proposition 3.2.4 ...
Proposition 3.2.4 reads as follows:
Can someone please explain exactly how Proposition...
I am reading Paul E. Bland's book "Rings and Their Modules" ...
Currently I am focused on Section 3.2 Exact Sequences in ModR" role="presentation">ModR ... ...
I need some help in order to fully understand Proposition 3.2.4 ...
Proposition 3.2.4 reads as follows:
Can someone please explain...
I am reading Paul E. Bland's book "Rings and Their Modules" ...
Currently I am focused on Section 3.2 Exact Sequences in \text{Mod}_R ... ...
I need some help in order to fully understand Definition 3.2.2 and Proposition 3.2.3 ...
Definition 3.2.2 and Proposition 3.2.3 read as follows...
I am reading Paul E. Bland's book "Rings and Their Modules ...
Currently I am focused on Section 3.2 Exact Sequences in ##\text{Mod}_R## ... ...
I need some help in order to fully understand Definition 3.2.2 and Proposition 3.2.3 ...
Definition 3.2.2 and Proposition 3.2.3 read as follows:
In...
Hi i’m having problems with the following equations:
X(w)=2/(-1+iw)(-2+iw)(-3+iw)
This then becomes the following equation according the the tutorial, although there is no explanation as to how:
X(w)=1/-1+iw, -2/-2+iw, +1/-3+iw
The commas indicated the end of each fraction to make it easier...
Homework Statement
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I have the following expression:
$$S=T+V$$
$$T=\frac{m}{\tau_0+it}((x_1-x_0)^2+(x_2-x_1)^2)+\frac{m}{2(\tau_1-it)}(x_2-x_0)^2$$
$$V= \frac{(\tau_0+it)}{2}(\frac{k_0 x_0}{2}+\frac{k_0 x_2}{2}+k_0 x_1)+(\tau_1-it)(\frac{k_1 x_0}{2}+\frac{k_1 x_2}{2})$$
The main goal...
Dear Physicists,
My understanding of physics is at the utmost basic level. Let me apologise in advance for what is probably a dumb question.
What I do know (I think):
When white light hits a prism, it comes through the other side, showing the colours of the rainbow. It is my udnerstand that...
Currently coding a wave separation script for the split hopkinson pressure bar. Is there a place I can get raw data for the split hopkinson pressure bar to test my code?
I was wondering whether intense UV light, tuned to the correct wavelength, could be used to split carbon dioxide and water molecules as a first step towards synthesizing liquid fuels.
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I'm a student and working on a project I have designed in Inventor. For this project I will use a split ring collar. The m6 screw (not shown) tension is 17kN.
How do I calculate how much torque this ring can resist when clamped on a shaft?
Dimensions are ID 30mm OD 50mm width 30mm
Dan
In undergraduate dynamics, they do things like this:
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v = ds/dt
a = dv/dt
Then, from this, they construct: a ds = v dv
And they use that to solve some problems.
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Now I have read that it is NOT wise to treat the derivative like a fraction: it obliterates...
Here is some data from the FBI, from 2013, with arrest percentages by race for a variety of crimes (https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2013/crime-in-the-u.s.-2013/tables/table-43). The data I've listed here comes from Table 43A.
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~ & \text{White} & \text{Black/African...
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interested, if the posibility of splitting atoms by using resonance is possible, if so, wheather or not I can use it for something else, thanks in advance.
Homework Statement
A water jet hits a wall and splits into two streams (see attachment). The jet carries 3kg of water per second. The cross-sectional area of the flow at (2) is A = 2*10^-3 m^2. The average velocities at the outlets are V2 = V3 = 1m/s
What is the net vertical force exerted by...
If I have a 1/2" source hose with 60PSI and a Flow sensor then split to four 3/8" hoses with a flow rate limited to 30SCFH. Should I expect to have a 120SCFH flow rate across my flow sensor? The gas will be 90% Argon/10%CO2, but we could assume an Ideal Gas for this... Right? I understand...
So, I got the following problem: I want to write my equation the way you can see it in the picture:
I am actually running this:
\ begin{align}
\begin{split}
...
\ end{split}
\ end{align}
My problem is, that I can not set multiple align points. I need one point to attach the first 4 lines to...
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/01/170125093823.htm
Does split brain split or not split consciousness or mind? Previously it showed it splitted the consciousness (one for each side of the brain).. but the above mentioned it didn't. What's your take of this?
I am looking at a statement that, for a short exact sequence of Abelian groups
##0 \to A\mathop \to \limits^f B\mathop \to \limits^g C \to 0##
if ##C## is a free abelian group then this short exact sequence is split
I cannot figured out why, can anybody help?
Has anyone ever tried to split an atom up into each of its individual nucleon? If not, what's the closest anyone has come to? For example, if Uranium has 238 nucleons, has anyone ever tried to split it up into each and every last proton and neutron? Can anyone even do it for a light element like...
http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=mhvarc&s=9#.WD__u_mLTIU Hey guys,
So, I've got this problem, attached.
I've used Bernoulli's to produce P1 + (1/2)p(u1)^2 +P2 + (1/2)p(u2)^2 = P3+ (1/2)p(u3)^2 +P4 + (1/2)p(u4)^2 +P5 + (1/2)p(u5)^2,
Plugging in the values you get 82500 + P2 + 500(u2)^2 = P3 +...
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i was wondering how its possible to split a clock signal provided by an oscillator in order to use it to drive multiple devices with this one split clock signal.
Let's assume we have a kind of USB device (like an USB stick), that gets its clock signal from an oscillator.
Let's say i would...
I need help to resolve an apparent contradiction between part of a Proposition proved by Paul Bland in his book "Rings and Their Modules" and an Example provided by Joseph Rotman in his book "An Introduction to Homological Algebra" (Second Edition).
One element of Bland's Proposition 3.2.7 is...
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First post here, I hope I can get out into the forum and provide some answers to you in the future.
I am an Electrician here In Australia and spent my career so far in Industrial.
Currently I have a job which is putting me to the test so I thought someone might be able to offer some...
What is not one of those fields?
As long as a significant fraction of the population would agree to a law that bans atoms, ...
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This question was inspired by 3c) on https://people.phys.ethz.ch/~muellrom/qm1_2012/Solutions4.pdf
Given the operator
\hat{B} = \left(\matrix{b&0&0\\0&0&-ib\\0&ib&0}\right)
I find correctly that the eigenvalues are \lambda = b, \pm b.
To find the eigenvectors for b, I do the following...
Single Electro magnet with split field
Single core with separated counter clock wise and clock wise turns
My question: I’m not worried about field strength at the moment, I am just trying to make sure that the field will develop in this manner? Note: Please see picture.
If you take a ferrous...