Demonstrate physics phenomenon to your class graphically, from your browser. Allow your students to work out the spring constant of a material without having to set up any equipment. Perfect for A Level physics and some GCSE topics.
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Find the spring constant for an elastic material, by varing the weight applied to the material, and then plotting it on a graph.sims/hookes_law
See how the extension varies against time. Change damping and spring constant factors.sims/pendulum
Fling a piece of string around on the screen. Not much educational use currently, used to test the string physics library.sims/strings
See how two sources cause constructive and destructive interference with each other, and how path difference is used.sims/interference
Show how two waves combine to make standing waves. Change the frequency and wavelength, or choose the fundamental frequency.sims/standing
Doppler effect demonstration using circles. You cursor acts as a source when you click and hold. Move you cursor across the screen.sims/doppler
Doppler effect, but faster and multicolored. Epilepsy warning.sims/doppler
Model an electron as it is affected by a magnetic field. Used bubble chamber style graphics.sims/fields
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