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This website contains a java applet which allows the user to change certain parameters while observing simulated coupled oscillators.
  
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This web site contains a collection of interactive java simulations for physics. Each simulation includes a detailed explanation of the physics and math behind the system, as well as…
  
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The Physlet Physics Section 3: Waves, provides a technology-enhanced introduction to topics in introductory mechanics on oscillations and waves. Interactive javascript simulations…
  
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This applet simulates a harmonic coupled line of masses moving in one dimension. The number and size of loads, damping, speed of the simulation and stiffness of the springs are…
  
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This applet simulates a membrane which can be 'poked' or shaped with the mouse. Damping, simulation speed and the aspect ratio are adjustable. The membrane can be displayed in 3-D or…
  
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The applet simulates a string which can be 'plucked' or shaped with the mouse, have a driving force applied, be 'touched' to quiet a mode, or selected to vibrate at its fundamental…
  
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This applet simulates a circular membrane which can be 'poked' or 'struck' with the mouse. Normal modes, one or several, can be selected. The membrane can be viewed in 2-D or 3-D,…
  
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This applet shows standing waves in a 3D, rotatable box. Normal modes can be selected from a series of tables, and more than one can be selected at a time. The angle, zoom,…
  
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This site has a number of explanations of wave and oscillatory phenomena, with an emphasis on sound and acoustics. The explanations are accompanied by GIF animations. The site also…
  
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This simulation displays the motion of a simple harmonic oscillator. The user can adjust the physical parameters in the problem including mass, spring stiffness, and damping. Graphs…
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