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on: May 24, 2012, 10:35:44 pm » posted from:SINGAPORE,SINGAPORE,SINGAPORE

Got an email request for a simulation,

Hi Lookang,
 
I was very impressed with the Java amplet you did with the Ball on Inclined Plane ....
 
I wanted to plot the profile of a ball with several variables ....
 
See sketch ........ LeapOfFaith - Ball Jump Length & Fall - 01.pdf
 
Just to see the differences for Dia. 25, 50 & 80 balls over different plate lengths and inclination ........
 
Can you help ??
 
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McKrellT@onesteel.com

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