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R. DeSerio
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Website containing LabVIEW programs, student writeup and auxiliary material for an experiment on a chaotic pendulum. The writeup includes instructions for the acquisition, display,…
Double Pendulum Tracker Experiment  [ Computer Program ]
  
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A. Morawa and K. Strama
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This Tracker experiment shows a double pendulum made of two wooden boards with different lengths. The Tracker analysis uses a moving coordinate system to measure the angle between…
  
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B. Thacker
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2015 AAPT-ALPhA Award
  
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R. Krantz, N. Hoen, J. Zimmerman, R. Tagg, and J. Carlson
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R. Krantz, N. Hoen, J. Zimmerman, R. Tagg, and J. Carlson, 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, 48-51 (2015).
This past spring (2015) three of us (RK, RT, JC) team-taught a Junior level laboratory in which physics majors are required, over two semesters, to complete experiments in 8 out of…
  
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J. Alam and M. Anwar; Publisher: LUMS School of Science and Engineering, Pakistan
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In this experiment, we will discover: 1. how very simple systems can exhibit complex behavior under certain conditions, 2. the richness of the mathematical and physical structure…
Chaotic Electric Circuit Explorer  [ Computer Program ]
  
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G. Marcil
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The Chaotic Electric Circuit Explorer Model simulation enables the user to explore the properties and behavior of two electrical circuits with known chaotic behavior. The two…
Swinging Atwood's Machine Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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L. Ruckle
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The Swinging Atwood's Machine Model is an extension of the traditional Atwood's machine where one hanging mass is allowed to swing like a pendulum. One assumes that all motions for…