From there we add in what is needed. Horizontally Launched Projectile 2. Includes visually integrating the acceleration and velocity graphs, and visually differentiating the position and velocity graphs. Illustrating the wave fronts of a wave for a moving source.
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The web site is: Requires Flash 5; file size is 42k. The damping factor may be controlled with a slider. Gravity - Holds planets and galaxies together and distorts space if very strong; 2.
Heat transfer — radiation.
A simulation of an experiment to determine the dependence of the electrostatic force on distance. Requires Flash 5; file size is k. Illustrating the wave fronts of a wave for a moving source. Requires Flash 6; file size is 70k.
The saying is that cats always land on their feet. The next installment should appear sometime in January. A tutorial that shows how relativistic length contraction must follow from the existence of time dilation.
Horizontally Launched Projectile 2. A simple DC circuit has a DC voltage source lighting a light bulb. This animation shows air molecules vibrating, with each molecule "driving" its neighbour to the right.
Demonstrating that one component of uniform circular motion is simple harmonic motion. A demonstration that the phenomenon of time dilation from the special theory of relativity necessarily follows from the idea that the speed of light is the same value for all observers.
Requires Flash 6; file size is 7k. Viewing the photon as a moving harmonic oscillator allows each oscillator to store a specific amount of energy. A very brief introduction to the physics and psychophysics of music, with an emphasis on temperament, the relationship between notes. A simple demonstration of the relation between the dot product of 2 vectors and the angle between them.
The two systems are shown to be similar. The resulting interference pattern will record a fringe pattern.
Physics animations and film clips: Physclips.
Animators commonly use video reference, not to copy it but to extract the essence that they need. Using animations to understand the world around you! Animate this based on the laws of physics and watch what happens. Requires Flash 6; file size is 10k. Flow of Fluid through a Hole.
Physics in Animation: Timing, Spacing, and Scale
Also linked to from the Classical Mechanics section. For an object or character flying through the air that means that the horizontal spacings stay constant while the vertical spacings follow the Odd Rule and Fourth Down at Half Time. Between each frame, the force on each object from other objects is calculated using Newtons gravity law, the force is added to the velocity of the object and the velocity is added to the current location of the object. LInks to versions of these animations in other languages, other links, and license information appear towards the bottom of this page.
A simple illustration of electron-positron physicx and annihilation.
Requires Flash 6; file size is 51k. If you wish to put a copy of an animation on your own web server, you may wish to know that in all cases the name of the animation physisc is the same as the name of the html file that accesses it, except that the filename extension is. Requires Flash 6; file size is 43k. Force and Momentum Continuing in the series on Physics in Animation, today we take a closer look at….