• ## SIMULATIONS BY CONCEPT AREA

• there's many more these are just the ones I've organized...

#### collisions, momentum

by Arshad Kudrolli of Haverford College

#### circular/rotational

Circular and Simple Harmonic Motion
horizontal and perpendicular components of circular motion.

#### gravity,terminal velocity

Free FallThis a ball in free fall and

displays a position vs. time graph or a velocity vs. time graph.

by Masatoshi Ito, Department of Physics, Meijo University.

Toss a water balloon from the top building

Force on a Wing

#### SIMULATION LIBRARIES AND DIRECTORIES

by Sadahisa Kamikawa, Neyagawa Upper Secondary School, Japan.

Explore Science by Raman Piaff

Virtual Laboratory University of Oregon - one of the best

Visual Physicsby students at Cariboo Hill Secondary School

An Introduction to Newtonian Mechanicsby Edward Kluk.

Bang! Boing! Pop! Physics Bang! Boing! Pop! is an interactive physics tutorial

Space Academy, NASA's Marshall Space Flight CenterHuntsville, Alabama.

Fun@Learning.Physics by Marc Sutherland, University of Toronto

NASA's Liftoff to Space Exploration site.
http://library.thinkquest.org
http://explorescience.com/activities

#### vectors

by Julio Gea-Banacloche, University of Arkansas.

#### history

the explosive growth of science and technology.
PBS feature A Science Odyssey,

scientific and technological advances of the last 100 years

#### einstein

Nova feature site Einstein Revealed

#### Electricity & Magnetism

##### ORBITAL

motion of the satellite in an elliptical orbit around the earth.

change the eccentricity, or shape, of the orbit.

##### Relativity

Tom returns to Jane after after a relativistic trip?

by Robert Salvo of Syracuse University,

"illuminating introduction to relativity."

#### astrophysics

random collection of moons collide, conservation of momentum.

by Jeffrey S. Rosenthal, University of Toronto.

visible sky  polar chart, with the sun, moon, 4 planets and 56 stars

by Omar Reis, Orion Astronomia e Navegação, Brasil.

position of actual satellites relative to the earth.

choose from spacecraft,weather, search and

Click on any part of the U.S. and display an image of that region taken

by the Landsat satellite