# Mechanics Simulation

## Condition of Uniform Circular Motion

Even if the force works, the speed does not change? When an object moves linearly at a constant velocity, the force applied to the object is zero because there is no change…

## Moment of Inertia

This simulation assumes that there is rolling friction and no sliding friction. Why does a rolling object go down slower than an object that slides down? In conclusion, the rolling object wasted…

## Little Prince’s Trampoline

All the forces of the universe act as ‘pairs’. How can a squid move that without fins? People may think of rockets through squid. Squid moves by squirting water out of the…

## Three Body Problem

* As the operation is repeated, the error may be expanded due to the limitation of the decimal operation. * If your computer is outside of the limits that it can handle…

## Theo Jansen Mechanism

Theo Jansen He is the leading artist of kinetic art with the nickname of Da Vinci in the 21st century.He is famous for making wind-driven structures using simple materials such as PET…

## Addition of Force

Three elements of power When a force is applied to an object, the movement of the object depends on the ‘magnitude’ of the force, the ‘direction’ of the force, and the ‘point…

## Collision

Collision of two balls of different mass 1. What happens if you throw a light ball towards a heavy ball? Just like a basketball ball bounces on the surface of a large…

## Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion When you throw an object, the object falls down with a certain curve. The object performs a parabolic motion. This is a motion on a two-dimensional plane, not a straight…

## Gravity difference on several planet (with the scale that used on Earth)

Let’s measure my weight on several planets with the scale that we used on Earth. Newton explaining the gravity mathematically Every object has a gravitational field around it and attracts surrounding objects.…

## Uniformly Accelerated Motion

Drop the object free by clicking on the screen. What is the relationship between the time-distance graph and the time-velocity graph?

## Inertia Force of Elevator

How do you feel at each of the following moments? And why? When you start to climb the elevator When climbing at a constant speed in an elevator When I’m almost up…

## Collision 2

In this experiment, You can experiment with a heavy golf ball and a light table tennis ball. Put the golf ball down and put a ping-pong ball on it, hold it by…