Showing posts with label physics simulations. Show all posts
Showing posts with label physics simulations. Show all posts

## 5 Oct 2020

### Boyle's Law - Boyle's Law Simulation - Boyle's Law Animation - Boyle's Law PhET Simulation

In this video simulation you will learn, What is Boyle's Law. Boyle's Law has been demonstrated along with the Definition of Boyle's Law. This video simulation has been created by using PhET Simulator.
Boyle's law is also known by other names like Boyle- Marriotte law or Marriotte's law. After watching the Boyle's law animation you will understand the relationship between pressure and volume of an ideal gas when temperature and number of molecules (mass) of the gas are kept constant. The concept lying behind the Boyle's law has been explained in this simulation of Boyle's law.

# What is Boyle's Law (Definition of Boyle's Law)

According to Boyle's law the pressure of a given mass of an ideal gas is inversely proportional to its volume at a constant temperature.

# Boyle's Law Simulation Video

You can Play with this PhET Simulation (Boyle's Law) using the link given below- https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/gases-intro/latest/gases-intro_en.html Credits : PhET Interactive Simulations University of Colorado Boulder

### Charles Law - Charles's Law - Charles Law Experiment - Charles Law Simulation - Charles Law PhET

This video explains, What is Charles Law (Charles's Law or Charles' Law). This simulation video has been created by using PhET simulation. In this Charles simulation you will understand the definition of Charles's law, the formula of Charles law and also the concept of Charles law.

After watching the Charles simulation video you will understand the relation between volume and temperature in adiabatic process (relation between volume and temperature when pressure is kept constant). The concept of gas pressure has also been explained here.

## Definition of Charles’ Law

At constant pressure, the volume of an ideal gas is directly proportional to the absolute temperature.

# Charles Law Simulation Video

Boyle's Law Explained You can Play with this PhET Simulation (Charles Law) using the link given below- https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/gases-intro/latest/gases-intro_en.html Credits : PhET Interactive Simulations University of Colorado Boulder https://phet.colorado.edu

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## 21 Jul 2020

### Continuity Equation in Fluid Mechanics | Equation of Continuity Animation | Fluid Mechanics Simulation | PhET Simulations physics

In this video you will learn the basics of Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics. Continuity Equation in Fluid Mechanics has been explained here with the help of beautiful simulation software known as PhET simulator.

## What is Equation of Continuity in Fluid Mechanics

Equation of continuity is based on the principle of conservation of Mass. According to the equation of continuity, the rate at which the mass enters a system is equal to the rate, mass leaves the system in any steady state process.
After watching the Fluid Mechanics simulation (fluid dynamics simulation) you will understand how the pressure and velocity gets changed on varying the area of cross section of the pipe.
Equipments to measure pressure and velocity have been used at various places and instants to measure it in fluid flow in the pipe.
The Bernoulli's equation (bernoulli's theorem) has also been explained in this simulation video. You will learn how according to Bernoulli's theorem, pressure changes with velocity in the fluid flowing in the pipe.

## Continuity Equation in Fluid Mechanics (Animation)

### Law of Energy Conservation Simulation - Energy Transformation Simulation - Kinetic and Potential Energy - PhET Simulations physics

This beautiful and informative simulation explains- what is conservation of energy (law of energy conservation).
Here you will also understand the concept of kinetic energy and potential energy.
This simulation has been created using PhET simulations. After watching this simulation video you will understand the effect of friction on the motion of the particle and also on its energy.
This video makes it clear that the total energy is conserved in all the cases, even when friction is present.

## Law of Conservation of Energy (Definition)

According to the law of conservation of energy, we know that energy can neither be created nor can be destroyed, it can only be converted from one form to another. This conversion of energy from one state to another is known as the energy transformation.
In this video you will also know, the formula to calculate kinetic energy and potential energy.

## Law of Conservation of Energy Simulation

### Photoelectric Effect | Photoelectric Effect Experiment | Photoelectric Effect Simulation | PhET Simulations Physics

This is a complete simulation about Photoelectric effect. In this Photoelectric effect simulation, you will understand the concept and definition of Photoelectric effect.

## What is Photoelectric Effect

Photoelectric effect is the emission of electrons when the light falls on a material.
Here the concept of Photoelectric effect has been explained by changing the intensity of light and frequency of light.
Different target metals have been used to analyse the photoelectric effect.
In this Photoelectric Effect Experiment following curves (graphs) have been used to explain the concepts related to Photoelectric effect like-
1. Graph of current versus battery voltage
2. Graph of current versus light intensity
3. Graph of electron energy versus light frequency

In this PhET simulation of Photoelectric effect the concept of stopping potential in Photoelectric effect and the work function of metal (work function photoelectric effect) has also been discussed in detail.
This effect is also known as Hertz Effect. The formula to calculate the maximum kinetic energy from the frequency of light and work function of the metal has also been explained.