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Educational and entertaining items pertaining to physics, to the mathematical sciences, and to mathematics in general.... 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

User can change the length, the mass of the bob or constant of gravitational accleration, by typing values in the... see more

Java applet for dampled harmonic motion. Source code available at

Graphical illustration of a double slit experiment. Allows user to change wavelength and slit separation. Includes tools... 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

Displays wave interference from a wide range of source and barrier configurations. The user can select specific... see more

This applet shows a hanging mass on a spring. Users may add or remove mass from the spring to change the equilibrium... see more

Play A Piano using your mouse or keyboard, read the notes on the musical score as it plays for you, see the wave forms as... see more

SRA is a web application that calculates the auditory roughness of sound signals, based on a roughness calculation model... see more

Graphically demonstrates the phenomena of beats.

Tutorial and applet on basic mechanical waves. Includes table of the velocity of sound in various materials.

This is a simulation of a phased array like that used in radar or ultrasound devices. You can change the phase difference... see more

An applet and activity for demonstrating the physical properties of a physical pendulum. Extensive explanatory text... see more

Downloadable mp3s of pure tones from 100 to 10,000 Hz, and combinations of pure tones, including the combinations used to... see more

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. There are extensive illustrations and animations... see more

Java applets and activities concerning the torsion pendulum.

Demonstrates vibrations by a chain of individual particles.

Demonstrates constructive and destructive interference.

There are ma­ny reasons to g­et an ultrasound. Perhaps you're pregnant, and your obstetrician wants you to have an... see more

Extensive theoretical discussion (text only) of the propagation of a transverse wave.

Clearly displays the relationship between circular motion, the motion of a simple harmonic oscillator, and the plot of a... see more

Interactive applet with proposed activities