# Physics

## Specular Reflection

This article discusses about specular reflection examples. When light falls on a polished surface, the phenomenon of its bounce back is called reflection. Specular reflection is very common and usually means a mirror like image. This can be seen in our daily life. This article first discusses what is reflection, types of reflection and then various examples of …

## Stable Equilibrium

In the physical state, a system is referred to as having a stable state of equilibrium when every particle involved in the system is in a stable state. In rigid body dynamics, large buildings, bridges, houses and mountains are regarded as physical systems that achieve a state of stable equilibrium as they do not move, …

## Dynamic Balance

Come friends, today we will know about dynamic balance. This article focuses on the dynamic equilibrium example. We have an idea about what is equilibrium, we will read in detail about its types- dynamic equilibrium in this article. The word dynamic refers to something that has mobility. And balance is related to stability and balance. We can say …

## Stress Strain Curve

In engineering and materials science , a stress-strain curve for a material gives the relationship between stress and strain . This is achieved by gradually applying a load to a test coupon and measuring the deformation , from which the strain and strain can be determined ( see tensile test ). These curves reveal many …

## Youngs modulus

Youngs modulus , Youngs modulus , or modulus of elasticity of stress, is a mechanical property that measures the tensile stiffness of a solid material. It measures the relationship between tensile strain (force per unit area) and axial strain (proportional deformation) in a material’s linear elastic field and is determined using the formula: Young’s moduli …

## Shear Stress

Shear stress , often denoted by ( Greek : tau ), is the component of the coplanar stress along a material’s cross-section. It arises from the shear force , the component of the force vector parallel to the material cross-section . Normal stress , on the other hand, is from the force vector component perpendicular …

## Unbalanced Force

The force required to change the state of motion of an object is called unbalanced force. When two or more forces of unequal magnitude act on an object, it changes the position of the object which is an example of unbalanced forces. There are many examples of unbalanced forces around us that we see and experience in …

## How the Flame Sensor Works

There is a very confusing topic in this article which is “How flame sensor works” and every fact related to how flame sensor works has been discussed so briefly that we can easily understand about the working of flame sensor. can. The flame sensor works as a detection device for a device that is sensitive …

## Plate and Frame Heat Exchanger

“Plate and frame heat exchangers” are used for various purposes in the industrial sector. The temperature and heat transfer inside the plate and frame heat exchanger always move from high to low. Heat exchangers are widely used in the industrial sector, plate and frame heat exchangers are one of them. Plate and frame heat exchanger uses metal …

## Is Color a Physical Property

The physical properties of a substance actually help you describe the nature and state of matter. Color is one of the nature of matter, so is color a physical property? Color is a property of a substance. Rather it is perceived as a sensation. In most cases, the color of the substance does not react with the other …