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    Calculating equal flow through parallel flow pipes?

    Hello everyone, I am hoping some here might be able to help with what I am hoping is a simple problem for you all. Thank you for any help I get with this ahead of time.... I am looking to run water through a series of parallel water pipes and am looking to achieve equal flow through all...
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    Series & Parallel circuit + bulb brightness

    Hello I'm working through a book (with answers) but am struggling with voltage, current, resistance and circuits. Please check my understanding below and let me know if I've finally understood. Thank you. In particular I'm confused in Q2 Q1. A student connects light bulbs, A and B, and...
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    Flow through a parallel piping network

    Hello all, How does one calculate the expected mass flow rate through a parallel piping system in which each pipe has different pressure drops? I have a refrigeration system with a hot gas bypass line installed, which connects the discharge of the compressor to the suction of the evaporator...
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    flow in parallel plates

    Hello to everyone, I am attending a course of advanced fluid mechanics and i was given the following exercise in the attached picture which from what i understand should not be so tough. But since my knowledge is still very restricted, i had only basic fluids some years ago, how should i...
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    Parallel pipeline flow rate

    Hello to everybody, The problem is given here: My diagram is here: Per problem question, do we need to find Q2 and Q3 which is governed by Q1=Q2+Q3? I am also stuck with the absence of data for viscosity and diameter. How to manage them? Can we express the equation given in the problem...
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    How is it possible for parallel worlds to collide?

    Hi there. I'm new here and this is my first post. I'm interested in physics and cosmology, but I have very limited knowledge. In fact I just follow the news and read articles and watch movies (e.g. the fabric of cosmos). After watching the fabric of cosmos by Brain Greene, a problem...
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    Are the resistors in series vs in parallel?

    1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A metal wire of resistance R is cut into two pieces of equal length. The two pieces are connected together side by side. What is the resistance of the two connected wires? 2. Relevant equations RSeries = R1 + R2 + ... RParallel =...
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    Pumps connected in Parallel and Series PROBLEM

    Hello, Recently, we conduited an experiment from Fluid Mechanics Laboratory course, and, while doing my report, i was angry that results are wrong. Then i started to do trial and check in my excel and... results got preety similar to characteristic curve that is seen on manufacturer's website...
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    Are these capacitors in series or parallel?

    I need to find the voltage across the 2uF capacitor and I'm confused as to what they are ordered in. I'm also looking at the voltage after the loose lead is connected to the 2uF, so the second diagram. http://imgur.com/HXjQX8n
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    Resistors in series and in parallel

    Two resistors connected in series have an equivalent resistance of 690 ohms. When they are connected in parallel, their equivalent resistance is 150 ohms. Find the resistance of each resistor
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    parallel combination of springs

    Let, two springs are connected with a mass in parallel combination. But this mass is situated in the middle of this two springs. When mass applies force to compress one end of one spring, other end of another spring will expand. I searched a lot in net for mathematical problems with solutions...
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    Is the following a parallel or a series circuit?

    Imagine two copper plates 6" square with a single wire soldered to each plate. Now arrange several D-size batteries, as many as you can arrange standing up on their '-' ends, on one of the plates as it's laying flat on the table. Now set the other plate on top, so it touches all the '+' ends...
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    Parallel and Perpendicular axis theorems

    Could someone explain me perpendicular and parallel axis ????
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    Perpendicular and Parallel Axis

    Could someone explain me perpendicular and parallel axis ????
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    Moment of Inertia - Parallel Axis Help (Statics)

    Hey all I don't really have a specific problem to ask about, but I'm having trouble with the concept of the parallel axis theorem. Mainly when using the equation to solve for Ix/Iy, what Ix' and Iy' are equal to. Just for an example, when calculating Iy of this problem: And splitting the...
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    voltage in series and parallel networks

    Hello again...I posted a couple of problems that I have attempted. I think I have a better handle on these ones, but was hoping could let me know if i am right or not. Here is what I have so far Thanks again 8.1 circuit 1: Voltage at A = 1.0V Voltage at B = .5V circuit 2: Voltage at A =...
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    Electric field in a parallel plate capacitor

    The Electric Field in a parallel plate capacitor is approximately constant between the plates of the capacitor. Why is this so? I imagine it is only true if the distance between the capacitor is small compared to the area of the plates or it may just be the opposite of that. Prove it...
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    Parallel circuits with switches

    I attached a homework problem with parallel circuits with two switches, and I was hoping someone could lend me a hand with my reasoning here. I named the switch on the left switch 1 and the switch on the right switch 2. So here is what i came up with, but i am not entirely sure if my answers...
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    Dielectric Filled Parallel Plate Capacitor Question

    I recently had a test in my Physics class and I answered this question wrong. I'm trying to figure out the correct solution so I can keep it in my records for future reference. I'm unsure how to set this up, I can't seem to find a way to solve it without a given value of Q. "A parallel...
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    frequency in series and parallel circuits

    When placed in series a coil and a capcitor resonate at a frequency of 2251Hz and when placed in parallel they resonate at a frequency of 2228Hz. At parallel resonance it is also found that a current of 5mA flows from the supply when the supply voltage is 25V rms. Determine the value of the...