Problem Set 5
PY212 Fall 2013
There are two parts to this assignment. Both are due on Friday, October 18, by 5:00pm sharp. Discussion section will focus on the topics covered in the problems marked with *.
The following five problems are to be done online
Problem Set 2
PY212 Fall 2013
There are two parts to this assignment. Both are due on Friday, September 20, by 5:00pm.
Discussion section will focus on the topics covered in the problems marked with *.
The following five problems are to be done online at
Problem Set 1
PY212 Fall 2013
There are two parts to this assignment. Both are due on Friday, September 13, by 5:00pm.
Discussion section will focus on the topics covered in the problems marked with *.
The following five problems are to be done online at
Problem Set 4
PY212 Fall 2013
There are two parts to this assignment. Both are due on Friday, October 04, by 5:00pm sharp. Discussion section will focus on the topics covered in the problems marked with *.
The following five problems are to be done online
Problem Set 9
PY212 Fall 2013
There are two parts to this assignment. Both are due on Friday, November 15, by 5:00pm
sharp. Discussion section will focus on the topics covered in the problems marked with *.
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Problem Set 8
PY212 Fall 2013
There are two parts to this assignment. Both are due on Friday, November 08, by 5:00pm sharp.
Discussion section will focus on the topics covered in the problems marked with *.
The following five problems are to be done onlin
Problem Set 11
PY212 Fall 2013
There are two parts to this assignment. Both are due on Friday, December 06, by
5:00pm sharp. Discussion section will focus on the topics covered in the problems marked
with *.
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PHYS-152 University Physics II
Fall 2016
Instructor Information
Instructor: Dr. Walter H. Johnson
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (617) 573-8602
Office: Somerset 525
Office Hours: Mon., Wed. ( 9:00 AM -10:30AM), also by arrangement
Course Information
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INTRODUCTION 779
A Neumann problem consists of nding a function that satises Laplaces equation in a given
region R and whose normal derivative has prescribed values on the boundary of R. (The normal
derivative is the directional derivative of the function
Boston University Physics Department PY 251 Worksheet 1
(1) The plot shows position as a function of time for two bugs moving along a
straight string: red-bug moves in a straight line and blue-bug moves in a pa
Assignment 21: LR, LC, LRC circuits
The R-L Circuit: Responding to Changes
Learning Goal: To understand the behavior of an inductor in a series R-L circuit.
In a circuit containing only resistors, the basic (though not necessarily explicit) assumption is
Hints for Homework X
30.48
A small solid conductor of radius a is
supported by insulating non magnetic disks
on the axis of a thin walled tube of radius b.
The inner and outer conductors carry equal
currents in opposite directions.
Find the self inductanc
10/10/2015
SCALARS, VECTORS AND TENSORS
Consider the volume element below.
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BME303 Biomechanics
Review 1
y
x
Prof. Yi-Xian Qin
Each of the six faces has a direction.
For example, this face
and this face
are normal to the y direction
A force acting on any
Theory of Elasticity
Based Upon Principles of Continuum Mechanics, Elasticity Theory Formulates
Stress Analysis Problem As Mathematical Boundary-Value Problem for
Solution of Stress, Strain and Displacement Distribution in an Elastic Body.
BME303 Biomecha
9/14/2015
The stresses that cause deformation
Understand "stress calculations
BME303 Biomechanics
Stress Transformation
Mohrs Circle
Spend some time with these calculations to convince yourself
that stress on a given plane resolves itself into a single s
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An arrow can onlyr be shot by pulling
it backward. When life is dragging
you back with di'icultioa. it means it's
going to launch you into something
great. So just focus. and kccp aiming.
PY 211 Mid Term Exam I
February 13, 2007
The Formulae Sheet
Problem 1
Three forces are applied to a circular ring in such a way
that the ring remains in equilibrium. If the forces, in
Newtons, are applied to the ring as shown below, find
the magnitude and