## Gravity Simulator

This simulation … Applied a geocentric coordinate system. Air friction is ignored. Covers fall and orbital motion due to Earth’s gravity. (However, the same can be applied to other celestial bodies.) Gravity Objects with mass exert a pulling force on … more

## General Relativity of Gravity

* After setting the small object’s mass, position, initial velocity, and initial direction of movement, turn on the ‘Run’ checkbox to start the simulation. * The gravitational constant of the celestial body were assumed to be ‘1’. General relativity General … more

## Three Body Problem

x y Vx Vx * The mass and gravitational constant of the celestial body were each assumed to be ‘1’. * You can edit the position and speed of each celestial body while not running. * As the operation is … more

## Free Fall Motion Analysis

Why do light and heavy objects fall at the same time? The change in speed due to gravity is the same for all objects because the force and inertia acting on an object are proportional to the object’s mass. The … more

## “Free falling” or “Thrown to the horizontal direction”

How to use the simulation Drag the ball with your mouse to free fall it in the air. Drag your mouse on the cliff to observe the parabolic motion. You can change the horizontal speed by adjusting the drag speed. … more

## Analysis of Free Fall Motion

* Please refer to the text below for how to make a graph. Free fall motion If you hold the ball in your hand and release it, it will fall. In the absence of air resistance, the only force acting … more

## Earth’s gravity

Gravity Gravity is the force that is attracted between all objects with mass. According to Newton, an object with mass attracts each other with force proportional to the two objects’ mass and inversely proportional to the square of the distance … more

## Range and Intensity of the Gravity

Gravity Gravity is the force that is attracted between all objects with mass. According to Newton, an object with mass attracts each other with force proportional to the two objects’ mass and inversely proportional to the square of the distance … more

## Gravitational Lensing

Space-time warpage Einstein, famous for the theory of relativity, thought that the mass of an object warps space-time. The larger the mass, the greater the degree of time-space warp. He explained that an object’s falling or planet’s revolution is a … more

## Parabolic motion (Monkey and Hunter)

Projectile Motion When you throw an object, the object falls with a certain curve. The object performs a parabolic motion. This is a motion on a two-dimensional plane, not a straight line. To understand this movement, it is necessary to … more

## Conical pendulum

3 forces acting on a conical pendulum Gravity(=mg): The force the Earth pulls. Tension: The force applied to both ends of the thread. Tension is always directed to the center from both ends. Centripetal force(Fc): The force that maintains circular … more

## Force to move the pendulum

Tension by gravity In physics, tension is the force on a string connecting two objects. Generally, the tension is calculated from both ends toward the center. When the length of the pendulum is $$l$$, let’s consider the pendulum raised and … more