Mellester
• Member for 7 years, 11 months
• Last seen more than a month ago
• Netherlands

If you are in a circular orbit what you need is a Hohmann transfer, from Wikipedia: In orbital mechanics, the Hohmann transfer orbit /ˈhoʊ.mʌn/ is an elliptical orbit used to transfer between two ...

The short answer is that there is a induced force on the magnet. This induced force will make the pendulum loose energy in the same proportions as there is electrical energy being generated. A good ...

I dont now about this system but i have had a lecture about a similar non destructive measurement aperatus. they trap a photon in a cavity and have a atom move throw the cavity. right throw the ...

yes you can say that they energies are the same. And with energy we usually mean that the potential plus kinetic energy always remains constant. so kinetic energy can change and so does potential but ...

Oke this link is a nice reference sheet for elliptical orbits. we are interested in two things the speed at perihelion The time it will take to reach aphelion The initial velocity is what OP wants ...

In some field of research like quantum field theory, particles are but excitation of a field and therefore naturally get a wave like behavior. If you study the Maxwell equation you will find that in a ...

if you are dealing with N non-interacting particles, the total energy is just the sum of the individuals. However there is a catch because all these particles are identical you can exchange 2 of them ...

short answer if $\hat {S}^{-1} S = \mathbb{I}$ I can give you a general example of $\psi^\dagger\psi$ not being invariant. because for Dirac spinor $\psi$ whe have the following transformation ...