Simulation of the Physics of Flight

    
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posted on 3/2/21 at 01:35 AM

Simulation of the Physics of Flight

https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ1014973

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Computer simulations continue to prove to be a valuable tool in physics education. Based on the needs of an Aviation Physics course, we developed the PHYSics of FLIght Simulator (PhysFliS), which numerically solves Newton's second law for an airplane in flight based on standard aerodynamics relationships. The simulation can be used to pique students' interest, teach a number of physics concepts, and teach computational investigation techniques. This paper describes the development and operation of this simulation, illustrates an example study that can be performed using it, and suggests further ideas for its use. (Contains 4 figures.)





tags: physics, flight, sim, science

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posted on 3/3/21 at 12:56 AM

Huh so what then?

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posted on 3/12/21 at 11:17 PM

is that good


Doesn't apply

Hes explaining how they work. Physical engine that kind of thing

Dont think about it just do it

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posted on 3/15/21 at 03:27 AM

huh well then

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posted on 3/16/21 at 03:36 AM

💨:thumbup:

[Edited on 3-16-2021 by SHROOMLAKE]



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posted on 4/5/21 at 01:43 PM

better than quake :P

    
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