Physics

Displacement Current

Displacement Current In electromagnetism, the displacement current is a quantity appearing in Maxwell’s equations that is defined in terms of the rate of change of electric displacement field. Displacement current has the units of electric current density and it has an associated magnetic field. However, it is not an electric current of moving charges, but Read more about Displacement Current[…]

Relation between Angular Velocity and Linear Velocity (1)

Relation between Angular Velocity and Linear Velocity

Relation between Angular Velocity and Linear Velocity What is Angular Velocity? Angular velocity is the rate of velocity at which an object or a particle is rotating around a center or a specific point in a given time period. It is also known as rotational velocity. We can also define the angular velocity of a Read more about Relation between Angular Velocity and Linear Velocity[…]

Elastic and Proportional Limit (1)

Elastic and Proportional Limit

Elastic and Proportional Limit When a material undergoes the deformation by the influence of some external force, it also exhibits the internal force which opposes then deformation and regains its original form. When a material deformed under an external force the material will break, we can call it as the elastic limit of the material. Read more about Elastic and Proportional Limit[…]

Physics

Effect of Temperature on the Time Period of a Simple Pendulum

Effect of Temperature on the Time Period of a Simple Pendulum The time represented by the clock hands of a pendulum clock depends on the number of oscillations performed by pendulum. Every time it reaches to its extreme position. The second hand of the clock advances by one second that means second hand moves by Read more about Effect of Temperature on the Time Period of a Simple Pendulum[…]