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Jun
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revised Concentrating Sunlight to initiate fusion reaction
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answered Concentrating Sunlight to initiate fusion reaction
Jun
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comment Why does angular velocity lies in the axis passing through the center of the circumference?
Other parts than center, have both angular and linear velocities. Center only has angular one, with respect to reference frame which is center axis.
Jun
30
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
Work hard, have fun.
Jun
29
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
You can start here en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Optics/Fermat's_Principle
Jun
29
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
The best answer for me is solving like Snell's Law. Just with variable parameters. I mean like the derivation of Snell's Law.
Jun
29
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
Im sure this is not used by anywhere by anyone, this is just not enough for important real missions. If you are good programmer, you can start a neural-network then train it to approach a target within a gravity field, then give your problem to it and it solves using its experience.
Jun
29
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
All things above takes assumption of your spaceship just fires the engines all the time and does not try to change the angle, making the gravity do its job.
Jun
29
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
If these are not your liking, then you can just release 3600 spaceships from point A (10 for each degree resolution) then just check if one arrives at B. You may do with 360000 to get a more precise shooting/starting angle.
Jun
29
comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
You like math? If so, you may look at Navier-Stokes equations and Poisson differential equations. This is even more embarrasingly-parallel than nbody algorithm so you can use gpu better.
Jun
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comment Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
Just some diffusion algorithm like any FEM, plus you already have the nbody thing right? Maybe a flux/velocity solver can be needed on top of the diffusion as "advect" solver. Any wave propagation algorithm should work.
Jun
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revised Temperature loss of a moving object
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revised Temperature loss of a moving object
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revised Temperature loss of a moving object
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comment Temperature loss of a moving object
:D yes I forgot that. Adding.
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revised Temperature loss of a moving object
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revised Temperature loss of a moving object
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answered Temperature loss of a moving object
Jun
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comment Expressing a force in components
Orthonormal one: When inclination is 90-degrree, it is equal to W but when inclination is 0-degree it is zero. When inclination is 60-degrees, it is half of W.
Jun
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revised Physics and math behind flight through solar system: Where to start?
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