Problem 1: A dockworker loading crates on a ship finds that a 20-kg crate, initially at rest on a horizontal
surface, requires a 75-N horizontal force to set it in motion. However, after the crate is in motion, a
horizontal force of 60 N is required to ke
Relativity, Part 2
Physics 106
Concepts and Equations
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Electromagnetic
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Electromagnetic Induction
When a magnet and a wire move relative
to each other, a voltage is induced
Amount of voltage produced depends
on:
Speed: High speeds produce high voltages
Magnetism: Strong magnets produce high
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Discussion Session for PHY2049
Physics with Calculus 2 - Electromagnetism
Spring 2012
Week # 8
Problem 3
The figure shows a wood cylinder of mass m = 0.25 kgs and length L = 0.1
m, with N = 10 turns of wire wrapped around it longitudinally, so that the
pl
Problem 2. A Pitot tube is used to measure the incoming air velocity as shown in Figure 2. If the density
of air is p: 1 kg/m3, and the pressure difference measured between points (3) and (4) is An: 50 Pascal,
compute what is the incoming air velocity V?
AMEE 202
Introduction to Fluid Mechanics
Instructor: Marios M. Fyrillas
Email: [email protected]
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT ON
BERNOULLIS EQUATION
1. Conventional spray-guns operate by achieving a low pressure through high
speed air passing through a no
Problem 10- 72
Steam at 320C ows 111 a stainless steel pipe (k "-15 W/m 0C) Whose inner
and outer diameters are 5 cm and5.5 cm, respectively. The pipe is covered ' .
' with 3~cm-thick glass wool insulation (k = 0.038 W/m oC). Heat is lost to
the surroundi
TOPIC 7 - THE RATE OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS
Examples of Solved Problems
1.
The rate of formation of C in the reaction 2A + 3B C + 4D is 2.7 mol dm-3 s-1. State
the rates of formation and consumption of the participants.
Answer:
d[C]
= 2.7 mol dm 3 s 1
dt
1 d
1510. A solidfueled rocket can be made using a fuel
grain with either a hole (a), or starred cavity (b), in the cross
section. From experiment the engine thrusttime curves (T
vs. I) for the same amount of propellent using these geome-
tn'es are shown. Det
SECTION C Geometric Optics
1. The critical angle of a material is the angle of incidence for which the angle of refraction is:
A) 0 B) 30 C) 45 D) 90 E) 180
2. An object is located 0.20 meters from a converging lens which has a focal length of 0.15 meters
Lab 5: Air Resistance
Equipment: Vernier computer interface, microgram scale, 8 basket-style coffee filters,
Vernier Motion Detector, Computers, Logger Pro
In this experiment, you will measure terminal velocity as a function of mass for falling
coffee fil
Experiment
13
Air Resistance
When you solve physics problems involving free fall, often you are told to ignore air resistance and to
assume the acceleration is constant and unending. In the real world, because of air resistance, objects do
not fall indefi
week 8
The Magnetic Field
Add solenoids, take out some direction stuff
General Principles
General Principles
General Principles
Applications
Applications
Applications
A. Clockwise
Does the compass needle rotate
clockwise (cw), counterclockwise
(ccw) or no
CAPACITANCE,
INDUCTANCE,
AND
MUTUAL INDUCTANCE
C.T. Pan
1
6.1 The Capacitor
6.2 The Inductor
6.3 Series-Parallel Combinations of Capacitance
and Inductance
6.4 Mutual Inductance
C.T. Pan
2
6.1 The Capacitor
In this chapter, two new and important passive
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Translations
The previous discrete spectrum state vector formalism
can be generalized also to continuos cases, in practice, by
replacing
summations with integrations
Kroneckers -function with Diracs -function.
A typical continuous case is the measuremen
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UniformlyAcceleratedParticleModel:ReviewSheet
position (m)
position vs time
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20
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0
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2
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5
6
time (s)
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1. Use the graph above to answer the following questions:
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UniformlyAcceleratedParticleModelWorksheet2:
AcceleratedMotionRepresentations
1. Draw a motion map along the ramp for the motion of the ball as it rolls
down the ramp from
rest.
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v
a
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x = 25 cm
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motions with emphasis on their mathematical descriptions a
Chapter 19
The Second Law of Thermodynamics
31
[SSM] The working substance of an engine is 1.00 mol of a
monatomic ideal gas. The cycle begins at P1 = 1.00 atm and V1 = 24.6 L. The gas
is heated at constant volume to P2 = 2.00 atm. It then expands at con
Chapter 28
Electric Potential
Phys 133 Chapter 30
1
Looking ahead
New force (Chapter 25)
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Centripetal Acceleration
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Explain the cen
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Capacitance
I.
The electric field near sheets and plates with charge
A.
A small portion of a large sheet (single layer) of charge is shown to the right.
Suppose the sheet of charge has a net charge Q uniformly
CT11-1
A ball bounces off the floor as shown. The direction of the impulse of the ball, p ,
is .
A:
straight up
B: straight down
C: to the right
D: to the left
Answer: straight up.
p p f p i , p f p i p. Also, since
p Favg t , the direction of t
CSULA
PHYS 212
Chapter 19: Temperature
Fall12
Homework Assignment #4
1. Two thermometers are calibrated, one in degrees
Celsius and the other in degrees Fahrenheit. At
what temperature do their readings measure the
same temperature?
2. An auditorium has d
PHY 243 Chapter 5 Homework Problems
1. If 100 keV of photon energy is deposited in 200g of air, what is the total exposure, in
C/kg and R?
2. Consider an ionization chamber that has a volume of 1000 cm 3. Standing in a
relatively steady field of photon ra
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Physics 102 Pledged Problem 2
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DUE 4PM MONDAY, January 28, 2008, in the boxes marked Phys 101-102 in the physics lounge.
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The Speed of Sound
CHAPTER 17
Q1. The volume of a certain solid shrinks by 2 parts in 106 when it is subject
to an external hydrostatic pressure of 1 atm. The density of the solid is 8.0
g/cm3. What is the speed of a longitudinal wave through this materia