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This following applet is Acceleration Meter
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project Acceleration Meter

A ball in a parabolic shape tube can be used as an acceleration meter.
The gray ball is the final equilibrium position. You can adjust the acceleration of the device and see how it reach new equilibrium. (Assume drag force =-b*vx)

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