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on: October 17, 2011, 11:03:45 am » posted from:Idrija,Bohinj,Slovenia

This is a simulation for a problem which states that

there are two mass (M1 and M2) connected by a spring (spring constant k), and mass M1 was drag with a constant force F for a time T.

You can adjust mass M1,M2 or spring constant k, force F and time T with slider.
The velocity trace for both mass will be drawn(plottingPanel).

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