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JDK1.0.2 simulations (1996-2001) => kinematics => Topic started by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on January 29, 2004, 01:31:09 pm



Title: one-D motion (displacement, velocity, acceleration)
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on January 29, 2004, 01:31:09 pm

This java applet illustrates relations between displacement, velocity and acceleration for one dimensional motion.


green curveblue curvered curve
displacementvelocityacceleration
xv=dx/dta=dv/dt


  1. Try to move the mouse within the windows.
  2. Try to click and drag the mouse within the window
  3. ==> You can change the acceleration a
  4. Try to click the start button and look at the motion of a round ball.



Here is another java applet



Blue lineRed line
displacement xvelocity vx

  1. Try to click anywhere within the window and release the button.
  2. Try to click near top of the inclined plane and drag it up and down.
  3. Try to move the mouse when the ball is at the bottom.
  4. Did you find out the relations between displacement, velocity and acceleration !!!


Title: Re: one-D motion (displacement, velocity, acceleration)
Post by: on February 12, 2004, 07:25:30 am
:idea: nice one ah kenghee fat


Title: topic143
Post by: johnza on August 27, 2005, 01:10:14 pm
thanks


Title: Re: one-D motion (displacement, velocity, acceleration)
Post by: PieKia on May 13, 2008, 10:10:21 am
<center><applet code="xva.class" width=480 height=300 codebase="/java/xva/"><param name="Reset" value="Reset"><param name="Start" value="Start"><param name="Stop" value="Stop"><param name="Time" value="t="></applet></center>
This java applet illustrates relations between displacement, velocity and acceleration for one dimensional motion.
<center><table BORDER CELLPADDING=5 ><tr ALIGN=CENTER><td>green curve</td><td>blue curve</td><td>red curve</td></tr>
<tr ALIGN=CENTER><td>displacement</td><td>velocity</td><td>acceleration</td></tr>
<tr ALIGN=CENTER><td>x</td><td>v=dx/dt</td><td>a=dv/dt</td></tr></table></center>

<ol><li>Try to move the mouse within the windows.</li><li>Try to click and drag the mouse within the window</li><dd>==> You can change the acceleration a</dd><li>Try to click the start button and look at the motion of a round ball.</li></ol>
<hr WIDTH="100%">
Here is another java applet
<center><applet code="oneDmotion.class" width=600 height=320 codebase="/java/xva/"><param name="MSG" value="<Click to restart>"><param name="Time" value="t(s)="></applet></center>
<center><table BORDER CELLPADDING=10 >
<tr ALIGN=CENTER><td>Blue line</td><td>Red line</td></tr>
<tr><td>displacement x</td><td>velocity vx</td></tr></table></center>
<ol><li>Try to click anywhere within the window and release the button.</li><li>Try to click near top of the inclined plane and drag it up and down.</li><li>Try to move the mouse when the ball is at the bottom.</li><font color="#0000FF"><font size=+1>Did you find out the relations between displacement, velocity and acceleration !!!</font></font></ol>

THIS IS BULLSHIT MAN
WTH  CANNOT GET THIS TO WORK
AN ERROR DENOTED THAT SEVERAL VIRTUAL MACHINES ARE CONFLICTING AT THE SAME TIME.
I UNINSTALLED JAVA AND REINSTALLED IT BUT STILL CANNOT WORK.
WTH DAMN THIS
TSK TSK TSK >:(


Title: Re: one-D motion (displacement, velocity, acceleration)
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on May 13, 2008, 10:34:22 am
It should work fine if you download the file and open xva.html with your browser.
(I just download it and test it!)

You will not find codebase tag "/java/xva" in the download file.
The codebase tag is for file running on server and need to have directory /java/xva/ and related files at the right place.  :o