Sunday, June 29, 2008

Physics Part IV

I've added a new section on charge to my physics charts. It shows, for example, that magnetic flux is analogous to viscosity, but with charge in place of mass.

meters^-1meters^1meters^2
seconds^-3
seconds^-2change in magnetic fluxchange in current
seconds^-1magnetic fluxcurrentmagnetic pole strength
linear charge densitychargeelectric dipole moment

meters^-1meters^1meters^2
seconds^-3areal power losslinear power losspower
seconds^-2surface tensionforceenergy
seconds^-1(dynamic) viscositymass transport ratemomentumaction
linear densitymassfirst mass momentmoment of inertia

meters^-1meters^1meters^2
seconds^-3jerkarea per second^3
seconds^-2angular acceleration / frequency driftaccelerationarea per second per second
seconds^-1hertz (units per second)velocitykinematic viscosity
distancearea


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