PURPOSE: Simulation performance of laboratory works on general physics.
OBJECTIVE: Experimental investigation of the vector addition of forces.
SUMMARY: The vector addition of forces can be demonstrated in a clear and simple manner on the force table. The point of action of three individual forces in equilibrium is exactly in the middle of the table. Determine the magnitude of the individual forces from the suspended weights and, using a protractor, note the angle of each force vector (the direction of each force). The result of the experiment can be evaluated analytically or represented as a graph.
MINIMAL SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
- Display Diagonal: 7"
- OS: Android 4.0.3 (and higher)
- RAM: 2 GB
- Processor Frequency: 1.6 GHz
- Video Controller: 3D support
|VLab - Parallelogram of Forces|
|VirtLab - Impact Strength of Material (Free)|
|VLab - Elastic Constants of Materials (Free)|
|VLab - Tensile Testing of Materials (Free)|
|VLab - Direct Bending of the Rod (Free)|
|VirtLab - Complex Stress State (Free)|
|VirtLab - Stability of the Rod|
|VirtLab - Reciprocity Theorem|
|VLab - Flat Frame|
|VLab - Flat Frame (Free)|
|VLab - Great Curvature Rod|
|VirtLab - Complex Stress State|
|VirtLab - Reciprocity Theorem (Free)|
|VirtLab - Stability of the Rod (Free)|
|VLab - Direct Bending of the Rod|
|VLab - Great Curvature Rod (Free)|
|VLab - Oblique Bending of the Rod|
|Virtual Lab - Strength of Materials (Free)|
|VLab - Oblique Bending of the Rod (Free)|
|VLab - Elastic Constants of Materials|
|VLab - Torsion Testing of Materials (Free)|