There are plenty of physics apps around already but most seem to just be words and pictures. I haven't found many that offer good simulators for proper textbook physics. So I made one.
Pure Physicist - Google Play
The underlying physics 'engine' uses the as yet incomplete University Physics...
Hello, I am looking for something to simulate/visualize simple particles and classical physics equations, preferably moving in real time
Requirements:
-Able to turn matrices/functions into geometric representations(visualize sphere, visualize a cylinder etc.)
-Can do the classic ball bouncing...
I attached a file with some explanations of the variables in the code and the plot that I should get. I don't know what is wrong. Any help will appreciated.
from scipy.integrate import quad
import numpy as np
from scipy.special import gamma as gamma_function
from scipy.constants import e...
Hello Everyone, I want to know about various types of errors that can occur during the execution of a computer program? I am learning programming skills right now and Can anyone know about it? Or anyone knows which types of questions have put in a programming based profile as a beginner point?
TL:DR;
I've started an open source C# physics library: University Physics
The Long Version
So it turns out there's relatively little in the way of full physics libraries written in C# (the best I can find is bepuphysics which seems to be focused only on classical mechanics). With this...
This is my first post so don't be too harsh. I was just looking to get additional opinions in order to make a more informed decision.
Since I always had the idea of becoming an astrophysicist I enrolled in Bsc in physics engineering (5 years) here, and due to being the top student I was invited...
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I'm using Microchip PIC's as programmable laboratory timer among other things, but the 100ns instruction cycles are not adequate anymore. So I thought of beefing it up with a 5M40Z MAX-V CPLD which has 5ns end-to-end delay, bought the programmer and downloaded the Quartus Prime Lite...
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Hi! I am a computer science student and I want to program an application to improve my programming skills.
I am interested in physics and have taken 3 physics courses at University, and would like to look deeper into a specific area during this project. It can be an extensive project, as I have...
This is not a question, but a note, which I thought could help students.
I thought I would share this here, as people may be looking for practice problems.
My professor in the Python course I just finished recommended https://projecteuler.net/ as a site to practice using programming skills...
hi everyone!
i am not into physics, but need it now,i am a programmer workin on an IOT project...so kinda need help.
i want to use a capacitor to see what passed between two plates...knowing, it is the change in dielectric after certain intervals......how do i measure the change at the other...
Hi everyone, I am new programming in Fortran and Inhave done about three or four programs that solves different problems in trigonometry, one
is the basic one it gives you hypotenuse upon two sides, the other finds the theta angle by giving hypotenuse and opposite side, other find hypotenuse by...
I remember a while back someone told me that there exist programmers who don't believe in null. I thought that was a crazy idea. Until recently, as I've gotten better at OOP and have figure out that if my object has a property that is allowed to be set to null, it usually means that I am not...
Let's say I have a service that publishes events, like
eo ("Bought 100 shares of AAPL")
e1 ("Bought 100 shares of T")
e2 ("Sold 500 shares of TSLA")
and there exist stateful services subscribing to the events and whose state depends on the events being processed successfully and in the correct...
I'm majoring in physics and I'm planning on pursuing computational astrophysics in graduate school. Will a second major in computer science/programming look good to graduate schools, and/or will it give me great advantages in the field of computational astrophysics or astronomy?
Hi, I am an aspiring Theoretical Physicist. I've heard that you need to know many programming languages to become a Physicist, but I have never learned a single programming language in my life and I am 16-17 years old now. Is there any chance of me still becoming one? Is there anything I can do...
I’ve been a school teacher for 6 years, and I want to get into coding. I’ve been told by a CS professor I know that my background is very sought after in the tech industry, and I would be very competitive if I got into coding. Is this true? What’s the best route, bootcamp, nanodegree, etc.? What...
I’m planning on attending graduate school for physics. My interest is currently in cosmology and astrophysics, but I’m keeping an open mind. I’d like to be prepared in case I choose another field, or go into private sector instead of academia.
I’ve decided I want to double major in my...
Classical physics is difficult because it is based on differential equations, and the differential equations of interest are usually unsolvable. The student must invest a lot of time in learning difficult math, and still can only analyze very simple systems.
This difficulty arises in the first...
Hi,
I would like to implement voltage regulator based on microcontroller + triac.
I am able to calculate source RMS voltage by sampling signal using ADC, but dont know how to calculate triac angle to set desired RMS voltage.
For example i have 250v source RMS voltage and i need to calculate...
To whom it may concern,
I am having issues with a given assignment in my quantum mechanics class. The instructions listed below are all I have to go on since the prof. is not available for discussion and I have searched through at least 15 articles regarding plane waves and a dozen textbooks...
Hi.
I know few rules that lets me write great code:
1.
"don't pollute the global namespace" when I sit down to write JavaScript code.
2.
SOLID
3.
KISS
4.
Liskov's Open-Closed principle
Can someone help me complete the list of such rules?
Thanks!
Have a great day!
Hello!
I'm trying to write a 2D program that uses simple physics. I was wondering what would be the best 2D physics engine to use in my case, and if it even matter what engine I choose. I also want my simulation to run in real time, so at least 30 fps on a decent home computer. I prefer a fast...
Homework Statement
I'm attempting to write a FORTRAN program that calcuates the magnetic field, B, at any point outside of a bar magnet. I will be using a simple first order euler scheme for numerical surface integration.
Homework Equations
Here is the exact method I will be using...