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This animated Shockwave activity explores pendulum motion by displaying the patterns traced by the tip of an ideal pendulum. Swing it back and forth from different heights and change…
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Wave Machine Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This model simulates the wave generating machine created by John Shive at Bell Laboratories and made famous by the Similarities in Wave Behavior film. The machine consists of…
  
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This interactive simulation offers a way for students to explore the connection between uniform circular motion and simple harmonic motion. The display shows two blocks on springs…
Spring Motion Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Spring Motion Model shows the motion of a block attached to an ideal spring. The block can oscillate back-and-forth horizontally. Users can change the mass of the block, the…
The Animated Chalkboard 2006: Motion 1  [ Computer Program ]
  
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This zip file download contains a package of 22 Windows-based physics animations on velocity, acceleration, friction, momentum, rotational frames, and more. It was created as an…
  
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This is a multi-day instructional unit for middle school science on kinetic and potential energy. Through investigations of waterwheels, roller coasters, bouncing balls, and a…
  
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This video-based resource examines factors that affect the amplitude and period of a pendulum. It provides a highly visual way to explore pendulum motion as a trapeze artist swings…
  
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The EjsS Wave Illustration Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Physlet Illustrations from Physlet Physics Chapter 17. Students need to interact with the Physlet, but the…
Pirate Ship JS Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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The Pirate Ship JavaScript Model is a JavaScript implementation of the Java version of the same model. These simulations were inspired by the Pirate Ride at Hershey Park. The "ship"…
  
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This interactive tutorial provides a simple explanation of the Foucault Pendulum, a device constructed in 1851 by French physicist Jean Foucault to demonstrate the rotation of the…
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