Published 2020-06-28T13:16:00.004Z by Physics Derivation Graph
There are multiple derivations associated with waveguides. However, I don't see derivations focused on waveguides as being connective to any other topic.
Similarly the Navier-Stokes equation for fluids doesn't seem to relate any topics (though I have less experience with this compared to waveguides).
- There is probably a "connective derivation" that relates Quantum Mechanics to Statistical mechanics, probably involving the definition of entropy.
- Another connection is that Statistical mechanics is related to thermodynamics (again, not clear what derivation would show this).
- classical mechanics and astrophysics are based on the same concepts
- There should be a relation between (classical motion) and (relativity) since the difference is the assumptions about slow versus fast objects.
- Wave-particle duality present in optics relates to atomic theory
- the orbit of Mercury relates astrophysics to relativity
- thermodynamics connects to quantum mechanics in the black-body radiation experiment
- quantum field theory relates relativity to quantum
I don't have insight on how electrodynamics relates to quantum mechanics or how electrodynamics relates to classical mechanics.