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In this work we solve the Kepler problem in the context of two theories: a) the Special Theory of Relativity and b) the Newtonian Mechanics. We simulate the motion of a particle…
  
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The Spatial Geometry of a Uniformly Rotating Reference Frame JS Model explores the spatial geometry of the relativistic and the Newtonian reference frames. The left window depicts a…
  
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The Uniformly Accelerated Reference Frames JavaScrip model shows the world lines for six particles. The these point mass particles move in a Cartesian, inertial coordinate system in…
  
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The Relativistic and Newtonian World Lines JavaScript model simulates the motion of a particle in two inertial frames, and in the context of two different theories: a) the Einstein's…
  
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The Relativistic and Classical Particle Collision Comparison JS Model shows a two-particles collision, according to two models: a) a relativistic model and b) a Newtonian model. The…
  
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The Relativistic Plane-Oscillator JS Model compares the motion of a Newtonian and a relativistic plane oscillator. The comparison of the two motions shows that the path of the…
General Relativity Orbits JS  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The General Relativity Orbits JavaScript simulation in intended to be used to accompany the text written by Edwin F. Taylor, John A. Wheeler, and Edmund Bertschinger, Exploring Black…
  
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Physlet Quantum Physics Section 2: Special Relativity provides simulation-based interactive resources that illustrate the basic concepts of special relativity. The chapters in this…
  
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Physlet Quantum Physics Section 1: Introduction illustrates the technology used in the Physlet Quantum Physics interactive text. In this text, javascript simulations are used to…
  
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Physlet Quantum Physics 3E contains a collection of exercises about concepts from modern and quantum physics, facilitated by computer animations. Topics include special relativity,…

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