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Jan
5
reviewed No Action Needed Heat engines and “Angular momentum” engines?
Jan
5
reviewed No Action Needed Why can't a spin-1 particle decay into two identical spin-0 particles?
Jan
5
comment pressure in fluid mechanics of incompressible liquid
@IsopycnalOscillation You can put comments like this as an answer, because it answers the question.
Jan
5
revised Air pressure in closed (circular) tube
Removed obsolete statement
Jan
5
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Trouble with classical mechanics self-learning (How to avoid going down the Physics rabbit hole?)
Jan
5
revised Why does a container with fluid make different sounds at different fluid levels?
added 27 characters in body
Jan
4
awarded  Yearling
Jan
4
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How can two seas not mix?
Jan
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to calculate the van der Waals force from the van der Walls equation?
Jan
2
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Force with zero acceleration
Dec
30
revised Transport theorem derivation question
Put notes inside text
Dec
29
revised Potential function and angular momentum of a quantum particle
edited tags
Dec
27
comment Confocal Microscopy
Might be useful to add where your quote comes from. (Not my area of expertise, so it might be obvious)
Dec
27
comment Festive physics: gold flake vodka
Theory? Density can be quickly compared. Right?
Dec
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it possible to focus the sun in such way?
Dec
25
comment Why does centre of mass of ice-container system shift in absence of any net external force?
What about gravity?
Dec
25
comment Festive physics: gold flake vodka
Probably an first estimation based on a rigid sphere would give a good first idea, so $v=F/20\mu R$, which, when plugging in numbers would be around $1mm/s$. Probably plugged in some wrong numbers, because this seems a bit large (or Stokes drag is to rough of an estimate)
Dec
25
comment Festive physics: gold flake vodka
Could you estimate "long periods"? Is it hours, days, months?
Dec
21
comment Does pressure drop across pipe affect flow rate?
Of course, if the friction between the pipes is different. I assumed similar pipes of only different lengths.
Dec
20
comment Does pressure drop across pipe affect flow rate?
Yes, but that is due to it being longer, not due to the friction itself: the pressure drop scales the same way.