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written by Corinne A. Manogue and Elizabeth Gire
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This kinesthetic activity is designed to introduce upper-division undergraduate students to a geometric concept of flux. Students create vector fields with rulers and the instructor uses a hula hoop as a surface element. The whole class discussion focuses on what it means geometrically to take the dot product of a vector with the surface element.
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Electricity & Magnetism
- Electric Fields and Potential
= Electric Field
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- Vector Calculus
= Vector Field
- Upper Undergraduate
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Paradigms in Physics Team
NSF Numbers:
0618877
0231194
9653250
1023120
0088901
0231032
Paradigm ID:
vffluxconcept
Keywords:
Flux, Kinesthetic, Vector Fields
Record Creator:
Metadata instance created June 23, 2014 by Lyle Barbato
Record Updated:
June 26, 2014 by Bruce Mason
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August 7, 2014
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C. Manogue and E. Gire, (Paradigms in Physics Program, Corvallis, 2009), WWW Document, (http://www.physics.oregonstate.edu/portfolioswiki/acts:vffluxconcept).
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C. Manogue and E. Gire, Paradigms in Physics: The Concept of Flux, (Paradigms in Physics Program, Corvallis, 2009), <http://www.physics.oregonstate.edu/portfolioswiki/acts:vffluxconcept>.
APA Format
Manogue, C., & Gire, E. (2014, August 7). Paradigms in Physics: The Concept of Flux. Retrieved December 18, 2017, from Paradigms in Physics Program: http://www.physics.oregonstate.edu/portfolioswiki/acts:vffluxconcept
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Manogue, Corinne, and Elizabeth Gire. Paradigms in Physics: The Concept of Flux. Corvallis: Paradigms in Physics Program, August 7, 2014. http://www.physics.oregonstate.edu/portfolioswiki/acts:vffluxconcept (accessed 18 December 2017).
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Manogue, Corinne, and Elizabeth Gire. Paradigms in Physics: The Concept of Flux. Corvallis: Paradigms in Physics Program, 2009. 7 Aug. 2014. 18 Dec. 2017 <http://www.physics.oregonstate.edu/portfolioswiki/acts:vffluxconcept>.
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@misc{ Author = "Corinne Manogue and Elizabeth Gire", Title = {Paradigms in Physics: The Concept of Flux}, Publisher = {Paradigms in Physics Program}, Volume = {2017}, Number = {18 December 2017}, Month = {August 7, 2014}, Year = {2009} }
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