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Fu-Kwun Hwang
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Two mass m1,m2 at each end of a massless bar.
It forms a two mass pendulum system.
You can adjust mass, distance (r1,r2) to test it with different initial conditions.
The angle (right slider )can be adjusted when the simulation is paused (and the angular will be reset to zero when angle is adjusted).

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