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Jan
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reviewed Approve In a Monte Carlo NVT simulation How do I determine equilibration
Jan
21
reviewed Approve Why are four-legged chairs so common?
Jan
20
reviewed Reject Why don't metals disintergrate in light?
Jan
17
reviewed Approve Effect of linear terms on a QFT
Jan
17
reviewed Reject Does the property of being “virtual” for a particle depend on the observer?
Jan
17
comment Cooling of a surface due to fluid passing over it
You never mention this explicitly. Is the flow around your object turbulent or laminar?
Jan
17
comment Cooling of a surface due to fluid passing over it
Please add a figure that contains all the variables that you defined. It will greatly help people to understand what you are talking about, I get lost in all your definitions of axis, sizes, et cetera.
Jan
17
reviewed Approve How can a particle in circular motion be in translational motion?
Jan
17
reviewed Approve How am I able to stand up and walk down the aisle of a flying passenger jet?
Jan
17
reviewed Reject Can we see sound with our eyes?
Jan
17
reviewed Reject Condition for the perfect triaxial body
Jan
15
comment How much money can I save on gas by losing weight?
Not really. I guess all terma involving the mass that may play a role are linear in the mass (roll friction, accelation power), so it is all included
Jan
15
comment How much money can I save on gas by losing weight?
@RobertStiffler Sure, I think the average velocity is a good way to tell that.
Jan
15
comment How much money can I save on gas by losing weight?
@pentane That is exactly why I am giving a range of 0-1.6%. There is no way to tell exactly
Jan
14
comment How much money can I save on gas by losing weight?
@Aequitas Ok, that is depends on the average value does not mean that I can give you a more exact value.
Jan
14
comment Numerically solving a simple Schrodinger equation with fast Fourier transforms
I think it is very well known in most subfields of numerical physics that FFT solvers are extremely efficient in solving a subset of all problem. Periodic boundary conditions are important (or as Daniel mentions, no "real boundaries" anyhow).
Jan
14
reviewed Reject two object connected by a spring : momentum/energy topic
Jan
14
answered How much money can I save on gas by losing weight?
Jan
14
comment Momentum of slowly spinning (viscous) fluid
What is the difference between the $v_\theta$ with a dot and with the prime in your notation? Derivative wrt to $t$ and to $r$?
Jan
13
reviewed Edit Holding an electron