Software for physics students and teachers, and for people who want to learn physics.
Free interactive animations in Flash, for students in the 11th - 12th; harmonic oscillator, single pendulum, Carnot cycle, prism.
[Win] A simulation program for the study of analog and digital electronics.
An authoring tool written in Java that helps non-programmers create simulations, mainly for pedagogic reasons.
[Win] Software for learning the behaviour of digital electronic circuits. Order from the web.
[Win - Mac] Educational software resources for High School(AP) and College Physics.
We created seven physics software modules to learn kinematics, dynamics, optics, and to help prepare students for the Physics AP B exam. The modules include more than 2,000 problems.
Interactive Physics is the standard in Physics motion software used at more than 12000 schools world wide.
Introductory digital physics textbook, 16 Java-based physics virtual labs, and hundreds of simulations and interactive problems on-line for free trial.
[Win-Mac] OnScreen Particle Physics allows students to experience what real particle physics experiments are like.
[Win] Offers'Orbit Xplorer' for exploring orbits of satellites and 'Interference' for exploring interference effects.
Several programs for DOS or Windows teaching physics on academic level.
25 free computer simulations of experiments for AS and A2 physics; for teachers to demonstrate difficult experiments and concepts; for students to use for revision and private study.
[Win] Multiple choice tests covering all physics subject areas taught in a first or second-year physics course. Good preparation before real tests and exams for high school and college students.
[Win-Dos] A Newtonian physics simulator
Interactive software including MathProf and PhysProf. They use two dimensional graphics and animations to display mathematical and physical correlations. Distributed as shareware.
Software to create graphs and diagrams, an add-on for Microsoft Word.
[Win] Collection of programs teaching physics. Virtual experiments. Simulations of various physical phenomena covering diffraction, dynamics, electrostatics, gravity, Kepler laws, kinematics, Kirchhoff, optics, oscillations, projectiles, thermodynamics, vectors and waves.
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