This is a simple simulation that shows the difference between one-dimensional motion, that can be described by means of one axis, the x-axis, and the two-dimensional motion, that needs an additional axis, the y-axis to be described.
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These simulations were made using the Adobe Flash/AcrtionScript. You can download them and run then in Windows.
A useful simulation for the students in their studies and for the physics teachers in their presentations of electricity lessons.
The simulation includes alternating generators (AC) and direct generators (DC).
In this simulation, the oscilloscope can display waves coming from generators similar to the real ones.
A new simulation, that simulates the free fall of an object (ball). This simulation gives the ability to measure the acceleration of gravity by taking successive shots of the falling object with recording the time of each shot and measuring the coordinate y for each shot. It also enables us to check the famous free fall equation:
y = (1/2) gt²
This is a new simulation of a rotating disk being illuminated by a stroboscope. You can control the speed of the disk and the frequency of the stroboscope, and see how the white spot on the disk appears. You can check all the cases of stationary appearance and the slow-motion appearance.