Physics 3D Experiments Using Simulator


Physics is the bedrock of the modern world and is the most basic form of science. But many will run as far away from it as possible. We can understand why that happens.

Physics is undoubtedly complex and not always easy. It always seems like these incredibly smart people from history are asking you to visualize impossible things like an electromagnetic wave or many small particles whizzing around inside a wire. Visualizing has been a problem for students learning physics.

Well this course is exactly meant to help with that. The course covers basic physics concepts that students are learning in schools right now. Each topic is explained with in depth theory explanations with fun and insightful animations and visuals and also explains daily life examples and experiments using simulations so that you understand the concept in an intuitive way.

But don’t think of this as just explaining things to you, because that’s only half of what we plan on doing. We plan on generating a deep interest in you about understanding the world around you and how it works, from the smallest parts of atoms to the gigantic scale of the universe. Everything! It all works on physics and with this course you will truly start appreciating the deeply satisfying logic behind all of physics.

So, if you are a student trying to understand everything being taught to you or a teacher wanting to provide your students with the best explanations possible, this course will accommodate all those needs and more. So that not only do you understand intuitively all the concepts but also appreciate the inherent beauty of it all.

Don’t let the general perception of Physics ruin the curiosity inside you.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner to Advanced

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  • lessons
  • 1 hr 55mins
  • What are Potential & Current Divider
  • What are Lenses
  • what is kinteic and potential energy
  • Separational Process by Simple and Fractional Distillation
  • What is Momemtum
  • Separational Process by centrifugation
  • How do earthquake occur
  • Time, Distance and Speed Problem
  • How does DC Motor Works? | Working Principle of DC Motor
  • Refraction of Light | Bending of Light | Snell's Law
  • What is Centripetal force?
  • Experiment to Observe Speed of Sound | Bell Jar Experiment
  • Electric Current | Conventional flow of Current
  • How does Earthquake Occur
  • What is Kinetic & Potential Energy
  • What is Momentum
  • What are Concave and Convex Lenses
  • Separation Process by: Centrifugation & Chromatography
  • Separation Process by: Simple & Fractional Distillation
  • How to Calculate Vectors?
  • What are Potential and Current Dividers
  • Time, Distance and Speed Problems using


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