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Simulates a gas in a box with variable volume. The walls and a "heater" can be set to different temperatures and the... see more

A set of fully rendered, three-dimensional animations of the electromagnetic fields associated with a variety of dynamic... see more

From ThinkQuest: This excellent web site explains what sound is and how humans perceive it through the ear. Take an... see more

This applet demonstrates various properties of vector fields. You can select from a number of vector fields and see how... see more

Animates a user selected combination of normal modes in a rectangular box.

Animates the motion of a linear array of particles joined by springs. The use can adjust the number of particles, their... see more

Displays the Fresnel Diffraction pattern of a large number of user-selectable and adjustable aperture patterns.

(From the author) These short 3-D QuickTime movies of electric and magnetic fields in space were created to accompany the... see more

Animates a user selected combination of normal modes on a rectangular membrane with fixed or free boundaries. Will also... see more

(From the author) The following movies show animated plots of various frequency-dependent electrical features of... see more

(From the author) The following movies show standing waves as the superposition of two sine waves traveling in opposite... see more

A highly flexible 2-d wave simulator. Using a grid that continuously solves the 2-d wave equation, this applet allows the... see more

A general purpose Fourier analysis/synthesis application with a graphical interface. In analysis mode, the user can... see more

Demonstrates waves on a loaded string--a very light (massless) string with a number of small masses attached to it at... see more

These animated gif's show interference patterns between two point-source oscillators. Different separations and different... see more

(From the author) The following movies show wave packets with various combinations of phase and group velocity. Each... see more