# Author name: Ankita Biswas

Hi...I am Ankita Biswas. I have done my B.Sc in physics Honours and my M.Sc in Electronics. Currently, I am working as a Physics teacher in a Higher Secondary School. I am very enthusiastic about the high-energy physics field. I love to write complicated physics concepts in understandable and simple words. Let's connect through LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/ankita-biswas-b95785230

## 11+ Dynamic Pressure Example:Detailed Facts

In this article I’m going to explain what dynamic pressure is with 12+ dynamic pressure example. Dynamic pressure can be defined as the change in kinetic energy per unit mass of an incompressible fluid. The mathematical formula of Dynamic pressure is- Pd=1/2ᑭv^2 where ᑭ is the mass per unit volume and v is the velocity …

## 5 Absolute Pressure Example: Detailed Facts

In this article I’m going to describe elaborately the definition and basics of absolute pressure equipped with absolute pressure example. Whenever we feel the heavy flow of wind actually we feel the pressure of the air molecules. But there are no air molecules available in the space that is why pressure is absolutely zero in …

## The Ratio Of Rotational And Translational Kinetic Energy Of A Sphere: Detailed Analysis

I’m going to discuss the topic of the ratio of rotational and translational kinetic energy of a sphere in detail in this article. The rotational kinetic energy of a solid sphere is= ½ Iw^2=⅕ mv^2……….(1)The translational kinetic energy of the solid sphere is=½ mv^2 ………(2)Therefore,the ratio of rotational and translational kinetic energy is=(⅕ mv^2)/(½ mv^2)=⅖ …

## How To Find Conservation Of Momentum: Detailed Explanations

In this article details of how to find conservation of momentum is going to be illustrated. Linear momentum(p) or momentum is the product of the mass(m) and linear velocity(v) of a body.                                                                   p=m.v Before starting the mathematical process of how to find conservation of momentum first the law of conservation of momentum should be …

## How To Find Perpendicular Vectors:Why,How,When,Where

Before starting the concept of how to find perpendicular vectors first we need to know about the vectors. The physical quantities which have both magnitude and direction are termed as vectors. If to illustrate the concept of a vector first we need to take a vector quantity in consideration. For example force is a vector. …

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