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Hot and Cold Ideal Gases  [ Computer Program ]
  
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T. Timberlake
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The EJS Hot and Cold Ideal Gases model simulates the mixing of hot and cold two-dimensional ideal gases in a square box. This simulation can be used as part of the activity described…
  
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W. Christian and M. Belloni
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The Physlet Physics Section 4: Thermodynamics provides a technology-enhanced introduction to topics in introductory thermal physics. Interactive javascript simulations are used to…
  
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M. Fowler and J. Hui Wan Ching
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This site shows the fundamentals of the Carnot Cycle through a Flash simulation. Using a Pressure vs Volume (PV) plot the user observes how the cycle is carried out by different…
  
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K. Forinash
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This item is a simulation of an ideal Otto engine. The page explains the cycles of the engine and the applet shows its cycles alongside a pressure vs. volume or temperature vs.…
  
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A. Duffy
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This web page is an interactive physics simulation on cyclic processes. The user can put an engine through four steps, returning it to its original conditions. The work done by the…
  
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A. Duffy
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This web page is an interactive physics simulation on the cycles a refrigerator goes through. The user can see that this cycle requires work to move heat, as compared to an engine…
  
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G. Gladding; Publisher: University of llinois Physics Education Research Group
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This is an interactive homework problem relating to heat engines and Carnot efficiency. A nuclear power plant with a core temperature of 5000 K, and a cooling tower temperature of…