The animation shows a spherical object falling through a fluid with
acceleration a = (k/m)v-g. The positive direction is up. The object has an intial position of 0 and is released from rest. The given ..

The green ball falls in a vacuum, while the red ball experiences a drag force from the fluid in which it falls. The acceleration of the red ball is a = -g + kv**2, where g = 9.8 N/..

Simulation of two objects falling from rest in a gravitational field.
They experience air drag proportional to the square of the speed.
The vertical acceleration is given by: a = -g+kvĀ², where k is termed
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A platform (black) is suspended from a fixed support by a rubber band. Weight can be added to the platform. When the red stick is pulled away, the platform with its weight will oscillate vertically ..

An object slides down an inclined plane under the influence of gravity and kinetic friction. The plane makes an angle of 30 degrees with the horizontal.

An object slides down an inclined plane. The coefficient of kinetic friction, which is initially 0, can be changed. The inclination of the plane, the initial x-coordinate of the block, and the initial velocity can also ..

The physical situation for this problem is like that of the falling leaf where the leaf experiences a lift force that is proportional to and perpendicular to its velocity. In this case, we treat the ..

The animation allows you to check your calculated results against your
measured results for a sphere falling through a fluid. Begin by entering your
measurements in Input boxes. For the mass of the ball, enter ..

The projectile is subject to a downward gravitational field, a drag force opposing the velocity and proportional to v-squared, and a lift force proportional to and perpendicular to the velocity.

An object moving horizontally is slowed by a force of kinetic friction. Adjust the initial velocity so that the right side of the block stops at the right-hand edge of the screen.

A penny on a turntable slides off when the turntable reaches a certain frequency. What is the coefficient of static friction of the turntable? How does the result depend on the radius of the path?