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If you like it, buy me a beer Physics animations and java applets: Electricity Mechanics: oscillations Optics: fibers Electricity: magnetisme Miscellaneous Optics: Lenses General overview Modern Physics Sound Mechanics Optics Thermal Physics Mechanics: energy and motion Optics: colors Waves

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 Mechanics: energy and motion related topic: Mechanics - motion 2D collisions 3D centripetal motion shows the path of a particle in circular motion in the xy plane and could in addition be made to move along the x - axis or z - axis or both Air track basic air track with two blocks. You can change the coefficient of restitution, initial masses, and velocities Atwood Machine Ballistic simulator (Cannon) Ballistic Trajectory Tutorial Ballistic simulator this virtual experiment is designed to let the student measure the relation between muzzle velocity (which determines projectile energy), gravitational potential and the effects of frictional drag caused by wind speed blowing opposite to the direction the projectile is moving in Ballistic Simulator You can adjust the following parameters: muzzle angle, muzzle velocity, gravitational field strength, wind speed Braking car QT movie Brownian motor Brownian motor Cannon the ballistic simulator, designed to let the student measure the relation between muzzle velocity (which determines projectile energy), gravitational potential and the effects of frictional drag caused by wind speed blowing opposite to the direction the projectile is moving in Carousel (centripetal force) centripetal force Car on a track motion in horizontal circles Centrifugal force Centrifugal force Centripetal acceleration & circular motion Choc élastique en Français Choc élastique (2D) en Français Conservation of mechanical Energy Conservation of Momentum animation Cordes, chaînes et poulies Machine d'Atwood, Palan à 2 brins, Palan à 4 brins, Palan différentiel, Corde pendante, Chaînette, en Français Elastic and Inelastic Collision This Java applet deals with the extreme cases of a collision process illustrated by two wagons: For an elastic collision it is characteristic that the sum of the kinetic energies of the involved bodies is constant Energy kinetic energy, potential energy Energy and power kinetic energy, Physical work and work in physics, potential energy Energy conversion Energy conversion and conservation Frictional force Hooke's law Hooke's law and springs Inclined plane a motion on an inclined plane with constant velocity and the corresponding forces Inclined plane inclined plane Kinematics Kinetic energy in this series of experiments, you will control the action of three different forces and three different masses, Kinetic energy Kinetic energy and mass Kinetic energy and mass Lever How much effort is needed to lift a load Lever principle lever principle, this applet shows a symmetrical lever with some mass pieces each of which has a weight of 1.0 N Momentum Momentum elastic collision Motion under different kinds of force Motion with constant acceleration This Java applet shows a car moving with constant acceleration Motorcycle Wheely Newton's balls Newton's balls Newton second law experiment Newton's second law, this Java applet simulates an air track glider setup, as it is used for experiments on constant acceleration motion. A gravitational acceleration of  9.81 m/s2 was presupposed Newton's cradle demonstrates the conservation of momentum and energy Potential energy potential energy exists whenever an object which has mass has a position within a force field. The most everyday example of this is the position of objects in the earth's gravitational field Projectile motion projectile motion Projectile motion projectile motion, illustrates the concept of projectile motion, it emphasizes the effect of gravity on the trajectory of a projectile.  Both cannon balls are deflected from a straight line trajectory by the same amount since gravity affects them the same way. This deflection is given by (1/2 g t2) regardless of the velocity of the projectile Projectile motion Projectile motion demonstrates the classic kinematics problem of the flight of a cannonball shot over flat ground Projectile orbits and satellite orbits Pulley The model represents the Pulley-Weight mechanism where the position of the weights suspended at two different points can be determined by the weights of the box and the D distance Pulley system Pulley system pulley system Reaction time measurement Relative motion shows two dots moving with constant velocities Roller Coaster Physics of the Simple Roller Coaster Simple harmonic motion shows a particles going round the circular path in anti-clock wise sense (considered positive) with a uniform speed and its x-projection and y- projection are shown in cyan and orange respectively Simple harmonic motion Simple harmonic motion Simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion Simple harmonic motion Spring design spring force, work, Hooke's law Trajectory of bombs released from airplane Vertical ball toss QT movie Vertical Circular Motion Vertical Circular Motion: the weight and force exerted by the tension in the string Work and Energy Which Path Requires the Most Energy? Energy Transformation for Downhill Skiing, Energy Transformation on a Roller Coaster, Energy Transformation for a Dart, Energy Transformation for a Pendulum, Energy Conservation on an Incline, Stopping Distance of a Hot Wheels Car, How Far Will It Skid? How High Will It Go? Horizontaal Home | Site Map | Email: support[at]karadimov.info Last updated on: 2011-01-02 | Copyright © 2011-2013 Educypedia.