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 Mechanics: oscillations Bouncing ball this applet shows the mass bouncing from the walls of the box. The mass moves under the force of gravity, and all collisions are elastic. The angle at which the mass hits the surface is equal to the angle at which it leaves the surface Bouncing ball bouncing ball Coupled Harmonic Oscillator Coupled Harmonic Oscillator animation Coupled oscillators coupled oscillators, transfer energy between two coupled oscillators Coupled oscillators coupled oscillators, Double Pendulum Coupled pendula this simulation shows two pendula coupled by a spring which has a small spring constant (weak coupling). For such systems it is characteristic that the oscillation's energy permanently moves from one partial system to the other Damped Harmonic Oscillator Damped harmonic motion Damped harmonic motion oscillator Damped Oscillator Damped Oscillator animation Damped oscillator a brief treatment of damped oscillations with a friction force that is proportional to the velocity Double Pendulum This is a simulation of a double pendulum, Kinematics of the Double Pendulum Driven harmonic motion (1 mass) Explore the relationship between mass, spring constants, driving frequency, etc Driven harmonic motion (2 masses) Forced oscillations Forced oscillations Hooke's law force vs elongation Hooke's Law animation illustrating Hooke's Law Mass on a spring spring wave, Drag and drop the mass to start the oscillations Mass on a spring Mass on a Spring law of conservation of energy Ondes mécaniques en Français Oscillating Spring An oscillating spring is an example of SHM (Simple Harmonic Motion) which results when the force is directly proportional to the displacement and is always directed toward the equilibrium position Oscillation and Wave If a spring with a mass m attached to it is slightly stretched or compresses with displacement x. The restoring force is given by Hooke's Law Oscillations d'un ressort en Français Oscillateurs harmoniques en Français Oscillateurs mécaniques en Français Pendules multiples en Français Pendule balistique en Français Pendulum The weight, force due to tension, and total force exerted on the bob of a pendulum are shown Pendulum demonstrates the variation of elongation, velocity, tangential acceleration, force and energy during the oscillation of a pendulum (assumed with no friction) Pendulum You can select the amplitude of the motion by simply grabbing the mass with your mouse. The mass will perform oscillations. By playing with the parameters of the simulation, you can get a good intuitive feeling for how oscillators behave Pendulum study the harmonic motion of a pendulum Pendulum Double Pendulum Pendulum Simple Harmonic Pendulum, drag the pendulum to the side and release. The pendulum will exhibit simple harmonic motion Spring pendulum Java applet demonstrates the variation of elongation, velocity, acceleration, force and energy during the oscillation of a spring pendulum (assumed with no friction) Springs and work Spring scale Torsion Pendulum Experiment two examples of Simple Harmonic Motion, Torsion Pendulum animation Horizontaal Home | Site Map | Email: support[at]karadimov.info Last updated on: 2011-01-02 | Copyright © 2011-2013 Educypedia.