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== Physics ==  == Physics == 
Latest revision as of 02:09, 4 June 2016
Welcome to the Virtual laboratory page!
Here you can see computer experiments in interactive online format. Various systems can be investigated: mathematical, mechanical, physical, biological, etc. Also, you can learn online programming and visualization. More experiments are available on the Russian page (see the link at the left panel).

The program, representing a classic "Conway's Game of Life". The cells can be drawn on the field by cursor. 

This model demonstrates the real attitude of the orbital periods of the planets. The radiuses of the planet orbits, as well as the sizes of the planets and the Sun are shown in a logarithmic scale. 

The application allows you to study a particle trajectory in a central powerlaw potential field. 

The program simulates dynamics of interacting particles. Each particle represents a viscoelastic sphere. 

The program simulates dynamics of a 1D harmonic crystal. See also Heat transfer in a 1D harmonic crystal. 

The program demontrates different crystal lattice structures. 
Some other virtual stands arranged by topic
Mechanics[edit]
 Analysis of a simple harmonic oscillator
 Interactive harmonic oscillator model
 Analysis of a simple nonlinear oscillating system
Physics[edit]
 Energy fluctuations in onedimensional crystal
 Heat transfer in a 1D harmonic crystal
 Nosé–Hoover thermostat
 Displacement variance in onedimensional crystal