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Lecture 4 Work, Electric Potential and Potential Energy Ch. 25

Lecture 4 Work, Electric Potential and Potential Energy Ch. 25

Lecture 4 Work, Electric Potential and Potential Energy Ch. 25. Topics Work, electric potential energy and electric potential Calculation of potential from field Potential from a point charge Potential due to a group of point charges, electric dipole

By hidi
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Physics

Physics

Physics. ELECTROSTATICS - 2. Session Objectives. Electric field due to a point charge Electric field due to a dipole Torque and potential energy of a dipole Electric lines of force Gauss’ Law. Electric field due to a point charge. The test charge q 0 is placed at M. The force on it, .

By hang
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Separability

Separability

Separability. Prinicipal Function. In some cases Hamilton’s principal function can be separated. Each W depends on only one coordinate. This is totally separable. Function can be partially separable. Simpler separability occurs when H is a sum of independent parts.

By dusan
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Electrical Potential Energy

Electrical Potential Energy

Electrical Potential Energy. Chapter 18.1. Electrical Potential Energy. Electrical Potential Energy – Potential energy associated with an object due to its position relative to a source of electric force.

By theo
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The Magnetic Field

The Magnetic Field

The Magnetic Field. Chapter 30. Magnetic Forces. Magnetic Force - A force present when an electric charge is in motion. A moving charge is said to produce a magnetic field . Magnetic fields exert forces on moving charges. Magnetic Fields. Represented by field lines . By definition:

By anneke
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The Mu2e Solenoids

The Mu2e Solenoids

The Mu2e Solenoids. Introduction The role the solenoids play in the Mu2e experiment Baseline Solenoid Design Building Interfaces. Michael Lamm for the Mu2e Collaboration. Value Engineering Review February 14, 2013. What is Mu2e and why do it?. Look for Charged Lepton Flavor Violation

By teleri
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Progress with high-resolution AMR wetted-foam simulations.

Progress with high-resolution AMR wetted-foam simulations.

DDI 3.3: High-gain wetted-foam target design. Progress with high-resolution AMR wetted-foam simulations. Two issues are central: the role of density fluctuations at the ablation surface, shock speed. The new material tracking routines show a short mixing length.

By terena
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Tracking with tiny arcs

Tracking with tiny arcs

Tracking with tiny arcs. Kai Hock, Chris Edmonds. University of Liverpool and Cockcroft Institute. FFAG11 Workshop, 11 – 16 September 2011. Overview. Description of the arc method Quick comparison with Zgoubi Trying out on a spiral FFAG Conclusions. Description of the arc method.

By dixie
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Superconducting LHC Magnets characteristics and qualification in SM18 test station

Superconducting LHC Magnets characteristics and qualification in SM18 test station

Contents Introduction: overview of LHC magnet system Superconducting cables and magnets The LHC cryodipoles Cryogenic testing in SM18 4.1 Power tests 4.2 Field quality. Superconducting LHC Magnets characteristics and qualification in SM18 test station. Marco Buzio (AT/MTM).

By saber
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Kinematics from GEM hits for pvdis

Kinematics from GEM hits for pvdis

Kinematics from GEM hits for pvdis. Rich Holmes March 2013 SoLID Collaboration Meeting. What can we learn about resolution and calibration from four numbers?. Trajectory determined by vertex (x v , y v , z v ) and momentum (p, θ, ɸ). x v , y v ≈ 0.

By vidal
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Electromagnetic levitation: global instabilities and the flow inside a molten sample

Electromagnetic levitation: global instabilities and the flow inside a molten sample

J. Priede 1,2 , G. Gerbeth 2 , V. Shatrov 2 , Yu. Gelfgat 1 1 Institute of Physics, University of Latvia (IPUL) LV-2169 Salaspils, Latvia 2 Forschungszentrum Rossendorf (FZR), D-01314 Dresden, Germany. Electromagnetic levitation: global instabilities and the flow inside a molten sample.

By makana
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Status of COBRA Magnet

Status of COBRA Magnet

Status of COBRA Magnet. W. Ootani ICEPP, University of Tokyo for the MEG collaboration. Construction Status. Detailed design was almost finalized and construction started. Main magnet Detailed mechanical calculations were performed to optimize the mechanical design of the magnet.

By emory
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Announcements

Announcements

Announcements. Electric Field from a Ring of Charge. Consider symmetry: all perpendicular fields cancel, only parallel components (cos q ). r. z. R. Linear charge density . Electric Field from a Ring of Charge. r. z. R. Linear charge density . Electric Field.

By conlan
(88 views)

Powe r Generation

Powe r Generation

Powe r Generation. The diagram shows a flexible loop of wire between the poles of an electromagnet which provides a uniform field B in the region of the loop. At time t = 0, the current through the electromagnet is turned off, and the field B then falls to zero at time t1 as shown.

By fausta
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Magnetic Fields in Matter

Magnetic Fields in Matter

Chapter 6. Magnetic Fields in Matter. Department of Physics , ROCMA. Magnetization. Magnetization. Magnetization. Torques and Forces on Magnetic Dipoles. rotation. Magnetization. paramagnetism. random. External B field. Diamagnetism. Ferromagnetism. Magnetization.

By todd
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The Emf Induced Across A Moving Straight Conductor

The Emf Induced Across A Moving Straight Conductor

The Emf Induced Across A Moving Straight Conductor. The Straight Conductor. The straight conductor can be thought of as a a single turn coil stretched out. The emf generated by a single turn coil is:. Where n=1. Remembering.

By lee-griffin
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Joaquim M.F. dos Santos

Joaquim M.F. dos Santos

Scintillation Readout From Micropatterned Electron Multipliers For Dual-phase Dark Matter Detectors. Joaquim M.F. dos Santos. GIAN – Atomic and Nuclear Instrumentation Group. University of Coimbra. University of Aveiro. Weizmann Institute of Sciences.

By lakeisha-lesa
(117 views)

Magnetic Force

Magnetic Force

Magnetic Force. PH 203 Professor Lee Carkner Lecture 16. Charge Carriers. Imaging a current flowing from top to bottom in a wire, with a magnetic field pointing “in” If the charge carriers are negative (moving to the top), the magnetic field will also deflect them to the right.

By flavia-newman
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Superconducting LHC Magnets characteristics and qualification in SM18 test station

Superconducting LHC Magnets characteristics and qualification in SM18 test station

Contents Introduction: overview of LHC magnet system Superconducting cables and magnets The LHC cryodipoles Cryogenic testing in SM18 4.1 Power tests 4.2 Field quality. Superconducting LHC Magnets characteristics and qualification in SM18 test station. Marco Buzio (AT/MTM).

By randall-peck
(101 views)

Voltage

Voltage

Voltage. The electric potential is related to the potential energy. Compare to test charge The unit of electric potential is the volt (V). 1 V = 1 J/C. q. q. Volt. D V. d. E. F. The electric field is most commonly measured in V/m. Show that this is consistent with a measurement in N/C.

By conan-fitzgerald
(99 views)

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