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Author Topic: Horizontal spring:relation between dispacement,velocity,force  (Read 9493 times)
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The default state is spring rest at it original length, you can drag to change the length of the spring with mouse. Click show V or F to displace velocity,force vector.

The kinetic energy and potential curve are also displaced as function of time.
Mass m , spring constant k and original length L can be changed with sliders.

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