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Physics Simulation  
The home site for the course "Physics Simulations with Java" given at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.
Submitted: Oct 28, 1999
Gallery of Physics  
Various demos: Gravity Simulation: A simulation of Newtonian mechanics with gravity. Vector Cross-Product Tutorial: An interactive tutorial on the properties of the vector cross-product. Kinematics Tutorial: An interactive tutorial on the relationship between displacement, velocity, and acceleration. Twin Paradox Tutorial: A visualization of the Twin Paradox of Special Relativity.
Submitted: Oct 26, 1999
Billiards and Physics  
This java applet show you how to use the law of reflection (for optics) in playing pool.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
Projectile Motion  
Fowler's Physics Applets: (Michael Fowler - Unoversity of Virginia Physics) Shoot a cannon to see how high and far the ball flies. The applet uses real units and physical values to compare with calculations.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
Two-dimensional collisions  
Fowler's Physics Applets: (Michael Fowler - Unoversity of Virginia Physics) One ball strikes another. Change relative masses, initial velocity, and angle of the collision. Watch it in the center of mass and lab frame. It makes the collision angles very clear, and the controls are sort of fun.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
Space and Time in Special Relativity  
The special theory of relativity is the result of two postulates: The laws of physics are the same in all inertial reference frames & the speed of light in empty space is the same for all inertial frames. From the above two postulates, our understanding of space and time has to be modified. This Java applet invites you to the world of space and time in special relativity.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
Java Script Pocket Computer for Physics  
This page provides a simple tool useful for hand computations in the context of basic (classical and quantum) physics.
Submitted: Oct 28, 1999
Einstein's Explanation of Brownian Motion  
Fowler's Physics Applets: (Michael Fowler - University of Virginia Physics) This applet shows how atomic velocities cause the Brownian Motion of a dust particle. In one panel a small ball jitters. In the next, we see that it jitters because many smaller balls bat it rapidly about.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
Visualizing the field: fieldlines and equipotentials.  
This sample program plots the field in the vicinity of identical spheres placed at the vertices of an equilateral triangle.
Submitted: Nov 06, 1999
Carnot Heat Engine Applet  
This Java applet show you the physics processes of a Carnot heat engine.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
Analysis Studio  
Java Analysis Studio is an application for High Energy Physics data analysis. It allows analysis of data from a wide range of data sources including PAW ntuples, SQL databases, flat files, hippo files, and (in future releases) ROOT files and Objectivity databases. Java Analysis Studio is a client-server based application, allowing desktop access to data stored anywhere on the internet. The network protocol is optimized to allow rapid access to data even over slow network connections. Java Analysis Studio provides an easy to use graphical user interface. Users can in addition write analysis modules using the Java Language, using a set of histogramming utilities provided as part of Java Analysis Studio.
Submitted: Oct 28, 1999
NeqSim  
Non-Equilibrium Simulator in Java
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
One-dimensional one-atom classical gas  
Fowler's Physics Applets: (Michael Fowler - Unoversity of Virginia Physics) This applet describes a single atom gas moving in one dimension. It accelerates or decelerates only through classical collisions with the moving piston on its container. This alone is enough to explain why the gas gets warm when it is compressed and cool when expanded.
Submitted: Oct 30, 1999
J.A.D.E. Java Addition to Default Environment  
Real-time facility to accelerate calculations and avoid garbage collection interruptions.
Submitted: Mar 10, 2003



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