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Aufgabe 1 At the beginning the particle does not move. lt h...

Aufgabe 1 At the beginning the particle does not move. lt has the mass m. lt gets a force F to the x direction. The force is constant . lt accelerates without braking. a) After which charasteric time te is the particle relativistic . This mea ns after which charasteric time is the rest energy as...

Look at the one dimensional motion of relativistic particle ...

Look at the one dimensional motion of relativistic particle of paper number (look at the bottom) a) Calculate the Hamiltonian- Function of the system and b) derive of this the Hamiltonian equation of motion Please do not calculate number again. wrote the solution next to them. 3 The one motion ...

Look at a 3-dim movement of a mass point in the potential (...

Look at a 3-dim movement of a mass point in the potential (7) = -arco, a > 0, 0 < c < 2. a) Find a correlation/connection between radius r and angular momentum L, so that the particle moves on a stable circular path/orbit with radius ro. b) Show, that the angular frequency...

Look at the semi axis of an ellipse a, b, c, mass ME and a h...

Look at the semi axis of an ellipse a, b, c, mass ME and a homogeneous density PE. Calculate the principal moment of inertia and the principal axis of inertia in the Coordinate system, which origin is in the centre of gravity/center of mass of the ellipse. For for your calculation use the gener...

Introduction: After completing the lessons and activities fo...

Introduction: After completing the lessons and activities found in sections 3.17 through 3.19, it's time to apply the knowledge and skills acquired. In this activity, you will find a way to express the concepts related to uniform circular motion in your own words. Your form of expression can be a st...

1) A beam of protons is aimed at a target. The beam has a fl...

1) A beam of protons is aimed at a target. The beam has a flux of 1030 particles per second per cm². A cube, where each side is 2 cm is used as the target. The target has 1025 atoms per cubic cm. The target is entirely immersed in the beam and assume that beam is uniform. Suppose that each ...

CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM LAB Purpose: To explore conserva...

CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM LAB Purpose: To explore conservation of momentum in a lab setting Introduction to the variables and equations: Basic equation for momentum of a single object: Subscripts o and f can be included in the equation to represent initial (before collision) and final (afte...

Virtual Lab Simulation ____________________________________...

Virtual Lab Simulation ________________________________________ Materials: Graphical Analysis and simulation Procedure: 1. Choose five different rod lengths between 0.5 and 2.0 meters. Enter the data in the table. 2. Ensure damping is set to 0, starting angle is 45°, gravity is 9.8 m/s2, an...

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