# uvts_cvs

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 Jul2 awarded Curious Feb2 comment Is it feasible to measure the energy of cosmic ray muons with a consumer Digital Single Lens Reflex camera? @dmckee What about a rough energy measure? After all I have very dark pixels (due to dark current) and the bright pixels (not saturated) due to muons... I already have a sort of relative measure, isn't it? Feb2 comment Is it feasible to measure the energy of cosmic ray muons with a consumer Digital Single Lens Reflex camera? @dmckee Thank you for your answer! I am afraid I can't afford a custom lens for a home made RICH detector :-) Feb2 revised Is it feasible to measure the energy of cosmic ray muons with a consumer Digital Single Lens Reflex camera? added explanation of acronym "RICH" Feb2 suggested suggested edit on Is it feasible to measure the energy of cosmic ray muons with a consumer Digital Single Lens Reflex camera? Feb1 asked Is it feasible to measure the energy of cosmic ray muons with a consumer Digital Single Lens Reflex camera? Jan4 awarded Commentator Jan4 accepted Is it possible to estimate the speed of wind by the sound emitted by a cable of an overhead power line? Jan4 comment Is it possible to estimate the speed of wind by the sound emitted by a cable of an overhead power line? No, the frequency is still to low also with $d=11mm$. Jan4 comment Is it possible to estimate the speed of wind by the sound emitted by a cable of an overhead power line? No, I am not sure. With public available info I can say the thinner wire could have $d=11mm$. Jan4 comment Is it possible to estimate the speed of wind by the sound emitted by a cable of an overhead power line? Thanks! I plugged in some number but the frequency I get is quite low compared to what I heard. For example with $d=30mm$ I get $f=183Hz$ when $V=100km/h$; I think I heard a sound with an higher frequency with a much lighter wind. Jan2 revised Is it possible to estimate the speed of wind by the sound emitted by a cable of an overhead power line? edited tags Jan1 revised Is it possible to estimate the speed of wind by the sound emitted by a cable of an overhead power line? edited tags Jan1 asked Is it possible to estimate the speed of wind by the sound emitted by a cable of an overhead power line? Dec5 awarded Teacher Dec2 answered Examples of singularities in classical physics Aug22 awarded Popular Question Dec19 awarded Nice Question Dec18 revised The square in the Newton's law of universal gravitation is really a square? added 12 characters in body Jul25 awarded Yearling