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on: May 30, 2010, 01:05:23 am » posted from:Uberaba,Minas Gerais,Brazil

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

There are two cars in this simulation.
Those two cars have the same initial conditions.
When radio button labeled "all" is checked: (default state when "initialize" button is clicked).
 You can adjust initial velocity, reaction time and friction coefficient for both cars with sliders.
If you radio button "2" is checked:
 The sliders only change values for car number 2.

Both cars will move from left to right after you click "play" button.
The simulation assume at a random time (selected by random number), both driver saw something bad happened
and s/he will stars to hit the brake and stop the car (However, the reaction time and stopping are controlled by adjustable slider(reaction time/friction coef.) before you click play button.

The V-t diagram will save the last three sets of v-t traces so different conditions can be compares.

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