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This Is What Neutrinos Look Like When Scientists Catch Them

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This Is What Neutrinos Look Like When Scientists Catch Them

Does this image look familiar? You may know it as an album cover for the famous post-punk band ‘The Strokes’, but I’ve got a surprise for you. It’s really a picture of charged subatomic particles inside a giant bubble chamber. Yeah, you heard me right. This artistic, iconic image is a visualization generated by one […]

Ampere’s Law Explainer video 4

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Ampere’s Law Explainer video 4

Now we’re going to use Ampere’s law and a solenoid. We want to find the magnetic field inside this very long solenoid here We have n winds of this wire per unit length We have a steady current I travelling through the wire and we’ll give it a radius of R. Now let’s start off […]

3_Ley de Ampere

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3_Ley de Ampere

To understand why Kirchhoff’s node rules or Kirchhoff’s node equations must always be met under any condition, let’s consider one of Maxwell’s equations, Ampere’s law. The law of Ampere states that the circulation of the magnetic field along a curve is equal to the current through that curve. This expression can be a bit complicated, […]

How to Test an Electrical Outlet to Verify 110 Volt AC Power with a Multimeter

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How to Test an Electrical Outlet to Verify 110 Volt AC Power with a Multimeter

The first thing you want to do when you’re diagnosing or troubleshooting a electrical system, an irrigation electrical system, is make sure that the power is going into the appliance, in this case the clock. My dad was an electrician his whole life and the first thing he always looked at is, is the thing […]

Wal Thornhill: From Cosmic Currents to the Electric Sun | EU 2013

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Wal Thornhill: From Cosmic Currents to the Electric Sun | EU 2013

From Cosmic Currents to the Electric Sun No pressure! What I want to do, and I’d like to thank Michael Clarage for his introductory talk. I thought that was brilliant. What I wanted to do here is to talk about the problem of trying to figure out how we connect an electric Sun to cosmic […]

How I made my iPhone battery last a week

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How I made my iPhone battery last a week

I am never able to get a full day’s worth of battery life on my iPhone 6s plus, and yeah This is the bigger one, smokepurpp how you do that I just can’t sometimes I have to charge my phone two to three times a day Lil pump ou Gurmeet And it’s just it’s really […]

Rapid Earth Fault Current Limiter Test Demonstration

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Rapid Earth Fault Current Limiter Test Demonstration

See the arcs, they continue right through the bounce and they light the grass very quickly. Today is a fantastic day. It’s a very exciting day. We’re here to a look at world first technology in the prevention of bushfire starts from faulty power lines. So far tests that have been conducted in various parts […]

Weining Man: Ampere’s Law pt. 2

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Weining Man: Ampere’s Law pt. 2

>>So now if we have one current infinitely low wire carrying current out of page this way, I, and at a distance, r, we’re going to have a b field like this. The b field is looping around the current. We use the right handed rule to determine that and we can go through the […]

Repair The Power Supply of the DLP Projector

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Repair The Power Supply of the DLP Projector

This is the power supply of the BenQ DLP projector. one of the most common occurrences of a DLP projector is dead, it can not be turned on at all and none of the indicators are on. This problem is generally caused by faulty regulator IC that placed at the power supply unit. as in […]

Induced current in a wire | Physics | Khan Academy

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Induced current in a wire | Physics | Khan Academy

Let’s say I have a magnetic field popping out of this video. So these little brown circles show us the tips of the vectors popping out of our screen. And in that magnetic field I have this wire, this off-white colored wire. And sitting on that off-white colored wire I have a charge of charge […]