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BeamFlow

A electric, magnetic, and gravity field physics presentation program

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BeamFlow is a scientific presentation and demonstration program for typical introductory physics problems involving electric, magnetic, and gravity fields in three dimensions. Real-time demonstration of the magnetic field around a wire, the gravity fields around rotating binary stars, and the electric field from multiple point charges are just some of the potential applications.

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Features

  • Real-Time Demonstration of Electric, Magnetic, and Gravity Field Concepts
  • Acts as a presentation program and a simulation program in one.
  • Easy-to-learn and use, yet powerful and flexible scripting language.
  • Video export to AVI for display on social media sites or the Internet.

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Intended Audience

Science/Research

User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2012-01-27

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