Updated 9/21/2017 - 116 simulations total

**Beyond physics**

**Vector Addition**

**Motion in 1-dimension**

- Motion Diagrams
- Constant Velocity vs. Constant Acceleration
- Graph matching (position + velocity graphs)
- Constant Acceleration, Same Physics
- Galileo's ramp (with sound)
- Relative velocity: race on a moving sidewalk

**Motion in 2 dimensions**

- Race between a dropped ball and one launched horizontally
- A ballistics cart
- Projectile Motion (set speed and angle)
- Projectile Motion (set initial velocity components)
- Projectile Motion (with motion diagram, velocity components, and graphs)
- Projectile Motion (with motion diagram and velocity components)
- Whole vectors
- The monkey and the hunter
- Motion with Constant Acceleration

**Forces**

- Force and motion in 1D
- The normal force
- Static friction
- Elevator physics
- Atwood's machine
- Force and motion in 1D, with friction

**Circular motion**

**Momentum and Energy**

- Momentum and Impulse
- Collisions in 1-Dimension
- Collisions in 1-Dimension, with bar graphs
- Center of Mass
- Motion of the center of mass
- Motion with no net external force
- Ball on a ramp
- Comparing ramps
- Energy graphs - object sliding down a ramp
- Energy graphs - object sliding down a ramp (with spring)
- Energy bar graphs for a pendulum

**Gravitation**

**Rotation**

- Rotation of a revolving door
- Static equilibrium - a balanced beam
- A block and a pulley
- A block and a pulley, with energy bar graphs
- Atwood's machine, re-visited
- Atwood's machine, with energy bar graphs
- Rolling - the bowling ball problem
- Rolling down a ramp

**Harmonic Motion**

- Connecting simple harmonic motion and uniform circular motion
- A ball on a spring
- A ball on a spring - energy graphs
- A ball on a spring - with damping (friction)
- A spring wave (similar to pendulum wave)
- A Simple pendulum
- A simple pendulum, with damping

**Fluids**

**Heat and Thermodynamics**

**Waves**

- A transverse wave
- A longitudinal wave
- A wave movie and a graph
- Measuring speed of sound
- The Doppler effect
- The Doppler effect, with graphs
- Constructive and destructive interference
- Interference of pulses
- Beats
- Reflections
- Standing waves on a string
- Standing waves in a pipe

**Electric charge and electric field**

- Coulomb's Law
- Coulomb's Law, plotting vs various functions of r
- Electric field near two charges
- Potential energy for two charges
- Force and Potential energy for two charges
- Electric field and electric potential in 1-D
- Connecting Force and Energy; Field and Potential
- Puzzle - determine the charge value
- Puzzle - determine the two charge values
- Puzzle - determine the two charge values from the graphs
- Puzzle - rank the three charges based on their magnitude

**Electric circuits**

- A basic circuit
- Ohm's law
- Ohm's law - current vs. voltage graph
- Ohm's law - current vs. resistance graph

**Magnetism**

- The force on a charged particle in a magnetic field
- The trail behind a charged particle moving in a magnetic field
- The magnetic field near two current-carrying wires
- The magnetic field in 1-dimension
- A cyclotron
- Puzzle - rank the three currents based on their magnitude

**Electromagnetic induction**

**AC Circuits**

**Geometrical Optics**

- Reflection and the role of time
- Reflection, the role of time, and the law of reflection
- How tall does a mirror have to be for you to see your whole self?
- Ray diagram for a converging, diverging, or plane mirror
- Mirrors and time (the role of time in image formation)
- Ray diagram for a converging or diverging lens
- Refraction and the role of time
- Refraction, the role of time, and Snell's law
- Refraction
- Refraction in a rectangular block
- Total internal reflection (a model of an optical fiber)

**Interference and Diffraction**

- Interference in 2D
- Interference in 2D: exploring path-length difference
- Diffraction from a single-slit
- Single-slit diffraction and double-slit interference pattern
- A diffraction grating
- Reflection and transmission
- Thin-film interference (from Logan Scheiner)

**Nuclear physics**

**Advanced topics**

**External links**