Virtual Physics

Make experiments and observe physical phenomena in our virtual labs.

Virtual physics is the collection of programs simulating physical phenomena. They can be used as demonstration tools at school or for individual studies and experiments at home. See what you can never see in nature! The most exiting feature of Virtual Physics is that you can perform and observe many experiments you can never see either in nature or in the school laboratory, like stars moving on their orbits or the motion of the molecules of gas. The program consists of 13 modules covering: Diffraction, Dynamics, Electrostatics, Gravity, Kepler Laws, Kinematics, Kirchhoff Laws, Optics, Oscillations, Projectiles, Thermodynamics, Vectors and Waves. In Gravity module, for example, you can investigate gravitational interactions of celestial bodies. You can define two, three or more objects like stars, planets, comets, space crafts etc. set their position, mass, radius and initial velocity and run the simulation observing what happens. The simulation window can be enlarged to full screen mode. In the Kepler module you can also observe the movement of celestial bodies but on the basis of Kepler Laws, setting Kepler?s elliptical orbits.In Kinematics module you will see how the same motion can be described in a number of equivalent ways,. This module shows also how using different coordinate systems helps in describing the motion in a simple way.Vectors module can help you in understanding the operations of adding and subtracting vectors.With the Waves module you can investigate waves and their interference in a one-dimensional medium, like a string. You can also set the sound generation option.

Price: $29 USD Category: Science Screenshot: Added: Sep 26th 2007 Publisher: NAHLIK SOFT Homepage: