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Plotting a SHO in matlab [closed]

I have no prior experience of using matlab. My teacher want me to solve this question. I have been trying for a couple of hours now with no luck, please help! The mass of 100 g hanging in a spring ...
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How to simulate a crashing wave? [closed]

I'd like to create a very rough animation of a wave crashing on a beach. I'm guessing it would have to be a particle simulator, where you code in the forces between the particles and then integrate ...
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Software for simulating supersonic aerodynamics [closed]

Could you please suggest the software, where I can load my 3D model and see how it behave on various conditions (speed - preferably including supersonic, temperature, pressure)? Both free & ...
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Trying to model pinball physics for game AI

I'm working on an AI for a pinball-related video game. The ultimate goal for the system is that the AI will be able to fire a flipper at the appropriate time to aim a pinball at a particular point on ...
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Resonance modes of a cubic box of water which we shake

I don't know hydrodynamics, but I wonder how one would compute resonance modes of a cubic box of water which we shake. I believe the waves would directly depend on the height of water and the width ...
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Primer on Liquid/Ink Splatter Physics

I'm looking for primer material on the modelling the physics of liquids. In particular I want to make a small simulation (I'm a programmer by profession) of throwing ink at a board, much like this. ...
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Best (most realistic) physics game? [closed]

Inspired by a similar post, I wanted to know what video games, past or present, most accurately employ the laws of physics. I believe this is an appropriate question for this site, since the users ...
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Calculation of the G-force

I have a formula which is $\text{G-force} = \frac{v\omega}{9.8}$, where $v$ is speed and $\omega$ is the angular velocity. I've seen on the internet that G-force is actually $\text{acceleration}/9.8$. ...
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Simulate a physical impact of objects made of finite, small elements

I want to simulate an impact between two bodies according to gravity, and eventually considering other forces to stick matter together. I'd like to use python to do this, but I am open to ...
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Does Quantum Physics really suggests this universe as a computer simulation? [closed]

I was reading about interesting article here which suggests that our universe is a big computer simulation and the proof of it is a Quantum Physics. I know quantum physics tries to provide some ...
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How do subgrid-scale parametrisations in climate models work?

Global Circulation Models typically have grids of 100-300km on a side. There are obviously lots of atmospheric processes that happen at smaller scales than this. Convection, cloud formation, the ...
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Monte Carlo use

Where is the Monte Carlo method used in physics?