# udiboy

less info
reputation
524
bio website none location Mumbai, India age 17 member for 1 year, 8 months seen Apr 7 at 5:28 profile views 262

A student and enthusiastic programmer. Love learning Physics! And I make android apps as a hobby.

This will make a great and interesting site : Puzzling. Please follow it

Please support Mechanical Engineering. There are many questions on PhysicsSE site related to engineering, which do not get answered because they are off-topic.

# 621 Actions

 Jun29 revised conceptual doubt in method to find moment of inertia about an axis Small Clarification as to how I got the second equation Jun29 comment conceptual doubt in method to find moment of inertia about an axis the second equation comes from taking the component of the angular momentum $I_0\omega_0$ along the axis inclined at $\theta$ which gives me $I_0\omega_0\cos\theta$. Jun29 asked conceptual doubt in method to find moment of inertia about an axis Jun28 answered What is the proof that a force applied on a rigid body will cause it to rotate around its center of mass? Jun28 comment Calculating pressure in accelerated fluids in closed and open vessels? you'll have to find the force the walls exert on the fluid, and treat it just like external atmospheric pressure. But the force will be different at each point, and i'm not really sure how to calculate that. that's why i didn't post it. Jun28 answered Calculating pressure in accelerated fluids in closed and open vessels? Jun27 answered Confusion in connected pulleys problem Jun27 answered what is the electric field intensity inside a charged metallic shell if there is a point charge inside the shell? Jun27 comment Understanding Kepler's $2^{nd}$ law in terms of angular momentum conservation @Kyle , I don't think that is required for explaining why the negative sign occurs... Jun27 awarded Revival Jun27 answered Understanding Kepler's $2^{nd}$ law in terms of angular momentum conservation Jun26 comment Please correct my understanding of Clausius-Clapeyron and latent heat The Clausius-Clapeyron equation is valid regardless of whether the system is ideal or not. But with solid to liquid conversion, you cannot make the substitution @David H suggests Jun26 comment what is the speed of push? the speed of "push" or a longitudinal wave depends upon the medium's properties such as tension, density etc. and not on the force applied. Jun26 awarded Scholar Jun26 accepted Component of angular velocity along an axis inclined at $\theta$ Jun25 asked Component of angular velocity along an axis inclined at $\theta$ Jun25 awarded Supporter Jun25 answered A block on a wedge Jun25 answered Charging by induction (and grounding)? Jun25 awarded Teacher