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This website demonstrates the different types of thermodynamics and how they apply to cooking.

Online materials for information about aeronautics and flight.

This applet demonstrates heat flow and temperature change for a metal with the ends held at different temperatures. The... see more

Java Animation of Carnot Engine and Cycle

A resource page for computational fluid dynamics. Includes links to software, resources, references, documentation,... see more

Applet demonstrates how the density of a gas varies with height.

Tutorial and applet on basic fluid dynamics, focusing on the physics of hydraulic presses.

A series of animations that show how the flow of rate of water is analogous to current.

This Simulator laboratory (SIMLAB) book was created to provide ancillary resources for Thermodynamics and Thermal Power... see more

Applet and tutorial on basic fluid dynamics. Applet shows a system of leaking vessles, each leaking into the other, and... see more

Tutorial and applet on basic fluid dynamics, focusing on Archimede's Principle.

Appet and tutorial on basic statistical mechanics covering the electromagnetic spectrum of black body radiation.

Extensive text description and corresponding applet for the Boltzmann distribution.

This Applet shows(simulates) the Brownian movements of particles into a fluid, etc..

Illustrates the buoyant force acting on a floating object of varying density.

Applet and tutorial on fluid dymamics, focusing on capillary action.

This java applet show you the physics processes of a Carnot heat engine. Carnot cycle is a four-stage reversible sequence... see more

Tutorial and applet on fluid dynamics, including an analogy to electrical capacitance and resistance.

Tutorial and applet on basic fluid dynamics, focusing on liquid density

Applet examines the spin-states of a dielectric material. Extensive explanatory text included.

Applet demonstrates the occupancy of particles with discrete energy levels. Energy levels and temperature user-defined.... see more