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Brevity is the Soul of wit. ..."Shakespeare (154-1616, English dramatist and poet) "
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This applet written by Wolfgang Christian, modified layout by Ahmed.
Original applet http://www.compadre.org/osp/items/detail.cfm?ID=10410

The Atwood Machine in a Fluid model shows two masses connected by strings and pulleys immersed in a water tank.
Each mass is acted on by gravitational, buoyant, and drag forces.
Users can change density of the left and right mass using input fields and can drag either mass to change the initial conditions.
Note that the floor of the tank produces a normal force that limits the motion.

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