This simulation shows a chain of springs and masses with fixed attachment points. The fixed attachment points are moveable by the user, and the right attachment point can be removed entirely.
Students can change...Read more
If you had first-year physics in college, you probably solved lots of problems with a ball rolling down a flat inclined plane. Did you ever wonder how to solve for the motion with a curved surface instead? Of course the...Read more
This simulation shows 2 balls on a roller coaster track. The 2 balls are connected by a spring.
You can change the track shape by clicking a button below. You can drag either ball with your mouse to change the...Read more
This physics-based simulation shows a rigid body attached to a curved "roller coaster" path. Uses the myPhysicsLab 2D Rigid Body Physics Engine....Read more
This is a physics-based simulation of a double pendulum whose support point is moveable.
Students can change the support point and pendulum masses as well as gravity, damping and other...Read more
This lab visualizes energy tranformation of a falling basket ball. Students can change some parameters as mass and air resistance to understand the phenomenon better.Read more
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This is a simulation that compares two double pendulum simulations that are run simultaneously. The two simulations being run are:...Read more
This is an interactive simulation of a string under tension. Note that the vertical dimension is magnified to be able to see the deflection of the string.
Students can drag the string's...Read more
This simulation uses the Rigid Body Physics Engine to show objects moving in 2 dimensions with various forces applied.
This is an interactive simulation showing the variety of shapes that are possible to create with the myPhysicsLab 2D Rigid Body Physics Engine....Read more
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