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The Java Applet calculates the magnetization reversal of a magnetic particle assuming coherent rotation of the... see more

A complete set of simulations for the second semester of a college level physics class.

A shockwave tutorial on magnetism, concentrating on the magnetic field produced by moving charges. Written at the middle... see more

This Java applet calculates the Stoner-Wohlfarth astroid for different anisotropy contributions.

Applet uses the Biot-Savart law to illustrate the magnetic field created by two parallel wires. Source code available in... see more

Applet demonstrates the motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field.

Applet shows a charged particle moving in two magnetic fields. It can be made to cross the boundary between the two... see more

Set of java applets for illustrating classical physics (highschool level), including gravitation, electric and magnetic... see more

An applet for displaying the properties and operations of a DC generator.

Explore the effects of induced electromagnetic fields on the orientation of a compass. A virtual switch is provided to... see more

This web page contains a series of animations and simulations related to magnetostatics. Topics include the magnetic... see more

A shockwave tutorial on magnetism, written at the middle school level.

Applet demonstrates how a cyclotron works. Extensive explanatory text of basic electromagnetism included.

This Java applet demonstrates the Lorentz force, exerted on a current-carrying conductor swing in the magnetic field of a... see more

Applet and extensive discussion of basic principles of magnetism, including Ampere's Law and the Biot-Savart Law. Applet... see more

Applet examines the spin-flips associated with ferromagnetism. Temperature and energy are user-defined. Extensive... see more

This tutorial illustrates the forces of magnetic attraction and repulsion, and how they can be seen as lines of force.

Two applets demonstrate how a cyclotron works by having charged particles move through a constant magnetic field.

After discovering electromagnetic induction, Faraday began to test a hypothesis on magnetic fields and energy currents,... see more

Similar to the Magnetic Field Lines tutorial, this applet is used to illustrate how the magnetic fields surrounding a... see more

This applet shows interactions between moving charges. It shows with a system of two wires why magnetic fields must exist... see more

A ferromagnetic material's hysteresis loop is simulated as a function of coercivity, saturation field, and remanence.... see more

Pulsed magnets are among the strongest magnets in the world, and come in two forms: destructive and non-destructive. Of... see more