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Double Pendulum With Poincare Map Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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W. Christian and D. Hampton
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The Double Pendulum model displays the motion of a two-part pendulum and its Poincare map. A double pendulum is a simple pendulum with another pendulum attached to its end and the…
  
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J. Wolfe; Publisher: University of New South Wales
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This web page provides a detailed analysis of two inelastic collision problems: the breaking brick and the ballistic pendulum. It includes topics such as kinetic energy, conservation…
  
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J. Wolfe; Publisher: University of New South Wales
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This web page provides information about Chladni patterns. It includes topics such as modes of vibration, nodes, modes of violin plates, a description of how Chladni patterns are…
  
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C. Nave
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This Hyperphysics site provides an explanation of standing waves in strings and air columns. Diagrams explain phase changes, nodes, anti-nodes, and reflection. Links supply further…
  
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This Hyperphysics site, from Georgia State University, provides a detailed explanation of simple harmonic motion, including formulas and illustrations. Numerous links provide further…
  
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R. Pfaff
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This simulation offers two examples of simple harmonic motion, a mass on a spring and a simple pendulum. The applet allows you to adjust variables and observe the effects these…
  
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This Wikipedia article offers a description of tuned mass dampers, which reduce wind-driven vibrations in structures. The site explains the science behind these devices and their…
  
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This webpage, from Hyperphysics, describes a pendulum and provides a formula for its period. The page includes a calculator to obtain the period from the pendulum's length and the…
  
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This website, from Physclips, provides a general explanation of the Foucault pendulum, which is a laboratory demonstration of the earth's rotation. Some historical material is…
  
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This website, produced by MCEER, provides an explanation of how buildings typically respond to earthquakes. The article discusses physics concepts such as Newton’s Laws, inertial…
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