# Mechanics Simulation

## Clay Shooting

Projectile motion Let’s consider the movement of throwing an object horizontally. Assuming no air resistance, there is no horizontal force, so no change in horizontal speed. In other words, it’s constant velocity…

## Ticker Timer

Ticker Timer It is a device to record the movement of an object by taking a spot on a paper tape at regular time intervals. A typical ticker timer is plugged into…

## Seismometer and Inertia

Inertia Inertia is the resistance, of any physical object, to any change in its velocity. Examples of Inertia Shaking a bottle of ketchup. When bringing the bottom down, the suddenly stopping it,…

## Principle of Satellite

How cannon ball become a satellite? a. Think of cannon ball falling in parabolic shape. The trajectory drawn by the cannon ball is actually part of an elliptical orbit that focuses on…

## Inertia

Run Inertia Inertia is the resistance, of any physical object, to any change in its velocity. Examples of Inertia Shaking a bottle of ketchup. When bringing the bottom down, the suddenly stopping…

## Impulse

momentum Moving or rotating objects have the momentum. Momentum is a numerical representation of the motion of an object. The momentum of an object that is moving linearly can be calculated by…

Newton’s Cradle Newton’s cradle is made up of five iron balls, each of ball is suspended in two strings to prevent rotation of the ball. Originally, Newton’s cradle was created to show…

## Constant Velocity

Constant Velocity Constant motion means that the velocity of the object does not change. The speed of an object changes when force is applied. Therefore, for an object with constant velocity, the…

## Slingshot Effect

Slingshot or gravity assist Let us suppose that we threw a perfectly elastic ball towards a moving train. And suppose that the mass of the train is very heavy. The mass of…

## Gravity Assist

Run Gravity assist – How to increase the speed of a spacecraft using the gravity of the moon or Celestial Body Gravity assist is the use of the relative movement (e.g. orbit…

## Motion Analysis (with Webcam)

How to use Click on the object (usually a ball) to track on the screen. The position of the object is tracked and displayed on the screen at regular intervals. You can…

## Range and Intensity of the Gravity

Gravity Every mass object has a pulling force. This force is proportional to the mass of the two objects, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between the two objects.…