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Spring Force and SHM (simple harmonic motion)

This applet shows a hanging mass on a spring. Users may add or remove mass from the spring to change the equilibrium point,... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: Mar 02, 1998 Date Modified: Nov 21, 2011
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Basic Function of an Oscilloscope

This java applet shows the basic functions of an oscilloscope.
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: Oct 21, 1997 Date Modified: Mar 30, 2006
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Carnot Cycle (Heat Engine)

This java applet show you the physics processes of a Carnot heat engine. Carnot cycle is a four-stage reversible sequence... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: Oct 21, 1997 Date Modified: Apr 06, 2005
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Frictional Force

An interactive applet for simulating various combinations of the block/plane problem.
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: May 06, 2000 Date Modified: Aug 18, 2006
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Mirror Reflection from Two Plane Mirrors

Rays of lights are reflected from the mirror, each ray satisfying the law of reflection.
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: May 07, 2000 Date Modified: Apr 19, 2008
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Moving Point source: Doppler effect and shock wave

Applet demonstrates clearly how a shock wave is formed when an object travels faster than the speed of sound. User may... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: Oct 29, 2004 Date Modified: Aug 13, 2010
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The World of Color

Applet demonstrates what you see if three overlapping beams of colored light shine on a screen in a dark room.
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: May 16, 2000 Date Modified: May 19, 2003
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Vernier

This java applet shows you how to read a vernier.
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: Oct 21, 1997 Date Modified: Jul 12, 2006
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4 nodes DC-VRLC Circuit Simulation

(Foreign language version only) This is a 4 nodes DC circuit simulation java applet. You can drag DC voltage source,... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: May 03, 2000 Date Modified: Mar 26, 2001
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Angular momentum and Area

It might seem surprising that a particle moving in a straight lines has angular momentum. Kepler's second law states: During... see more
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Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: Oct 21, 1997 Date Modified: Mar 26, 2001
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