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© 2011. HPP Media by The Humanized Physics Project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available by contacting the Chris Wentworth at chris.wentworth@doane.edu . Supported in part by National Science Foundation's Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program under grants DUE #00-88712 and DUE #00-88780

Some of the animations/simulations use the Flash Player, which must be installed on your computer.

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Biomechanics Video Files

Subject
Video File (Quicktime)
Shows a man walking, 60 fps Walking60(256x240) 
Jogging, 60 fps Jogging60(256x240) 
Jogging, 125 fps Jogging125(256x240) 
running, 125 fps Running125(256x240) 
sprinting, 125 fps Sprinting125(256x240) 
Sprinter's take off Sprinter'sTO125(256x240) 
Power walking, 60 fps PowerWalking60(256x240) 
Getting up from a chair Chair60(256x240) 
Running with small jump Striding60(256x240) 
Vertical jump from rest, 125 fps VerticalJump125(256x240) 
Vertical jump from rest, 60 fps VerticalJump60(256x240) 

Circulatory System Flash Simulations

Subject
HTML Page
FLA File
Simulated flow in closed pipe system, design 1

Imaging the Body Video Files

Subject
Video File (Quicktime)
Laryngoscopy Exam
Laryngoscopy (20 MB!!)
Circular wave, 20 Hz
25 Hz
30 Hz
35 Hz
40 Hz
45 Hz
50 Hz
Centered circular wave, 20 hz
40 Hz
Plane waves hitting barrier
Plane waves hitting long barrier
Plane waves hitting barrier, no diffraction
Plane waves hitting barrier, with diffraction
Time delay between production and hearing of sound.

Imaging the Body Flash Simulations

Subject
HTML Page
FLA File
Measuring speed of sound using echo SoundExperimentV2 
Measuring sound intensity of point source as function of distance IntensityAndDistance 
Ultrasound Imaging Without Object Ultrasound 
Ultrasound Imaging With Object Ultrasound with object 
Doppler Effect Simulation Doppler Effect
Doppler Ultrasound Simulation Doppler Ultrasound
Doppler Ultrasound Problem Doppler US Problem

Each of the following web pages contains a Flash animation of some kind of motion. An appropriate question is asked, some of which require quantitative data to be taken from the animation.

One Dimensional Kinematics

Subject
HTML Page
Answer File
XML File
1. Sliding puck with constant acceleration (uses data collection tool)
2. Sliding puck with friction (uses data collection tool)
3. Sliding puck with abruptly changing velocity (uses data collection tool)
4. Puck sliding a constant velocity
5. Sliding puck with abruptly changing velocity
6. Sliding puck goes from zero to non-zero acceleration
   

Two Dimensional Kinematics - Projectile Motion

Subject
HTML Page
Answer File
XML File
1. Ball toss with reduced g. (uses data collection tool)
2. Ball toss. Is there air drag? (uses data collection tool)
3. Ball toss from cliff. Comparison of horiztontal and vertical motions
4. Two balls tossed from cliff. One is dropped with no initial velocity. The other is given initial horizontal velocity.
 

Two Dimensional Kinematics - General

Subject
HTML Page
Answer File
XML File
1. Puck sliding on a sloped plane.
2. Puck traveling in a circle.
3. Rotating space station  
none
 

Force Problems

Subject
HTML Page
Answer File
XML File
1. Block sliding down inclined plane with friction.
2. Atwood's machine.
3. Two blocks connected by string via a pulley.
 

Harmonic Motion and Spring Problems

Subject
HTML Page
Answer File
XML File
1. Block attached to spring, sliding on horizontal, frictionless surface.
 

Collisions

Subject
HTML Page
Answer File
XML File
1. One-dimensional collision between two pucks of different masses.
2. One-dimensional collision between two pucks that stick together.
3. One-dimensional collision between two pucks. Inelastic.
4. Two-dim collisions between two pucks; both initially moving.
5. Two-dim collision between two pucks; one initially at rest.
 

Work Energy Problems

Subject
HTML Page
Answer File
XML File
1. Block on an inclined plane.
 

 

 

 


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