Here are some links to other physics simulation websites, plus general math and physics websites.
has a large list of physics applets.
has an excellent collection of math and physics applets.
The-Science-Lab is a directory of physics related websites.
The very popular
lets you make 2D stick figures that move realistically. There is a page on
how it works
An excellent online paper titled
Examination of Chaos in Multiple Pendulum Systems Through Computer Visualization in Java
has some very nice
that show the development of chaos in a pendulum.
Syracuse University Physics
has some interactive Java simulations including an interesting
is a PC program that creates a virtual 2d world, simulating complex objects.
has several nice physics simulations, created with Shockwave.
Mississippi State University
has a collection of links to physics simulations from around the world.
provides commercial software for physics simulations used in video games, engineering and academics.
Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics
is an extensive encyclopedia of information.
is a "cool math site of the week" service provided by the Canadian Mathematical Society.
Math Forum @ Drexel University
provides many math resources including the popular
Ask Dr. Math
Math Forum Internet Mathematics Library
Journal of Online Mathematics
supports getting interesting math onto the web.
has some fun recreational math.
Differential Equations and Oscillations
(including the pendulum) are explained by the folks at
, the Northwest Alliance for Computational Science and Engineering.
Bad Movie Physics
exposes what's wrong with all those crash and explosion scenes.
Eric Weisstein's Treasure Troves of Science
is encyclopedia-like in scope.
"is an exploration environment for concepts in physics which employs concept maps and other linking strategies to facilitate smooth navigation."
Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Mechanics
an introduction by Marek Rychlik.
revised May 24 2017