# Naked Science Forum

## Non Life Sciences => Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology => Topic started by: derevles.ru on 24/04/2021 08:49:16

Title: Can you help with this simulation?
Post by: derevles.ru on 24/04/2021 08:49:16
Hello sir

Thanks for your quick response. Let me try and explain the details of the simulations. 1: simulation of how vectorse.g velocities in 2-D can be added and / or subtracted to find the resultant vector. For instance the simulation can depict velocities of two ships moving relative to each other; 2: Velocity of an aircraft in still air and relative to the wind blowing from some given direction; 3: simulation to distinguish between stationary and moving frames of reference; 4: simulation to show resolution of vectors; 4: use of bearing to locate positions. Anything along these lines. With your experience and expertise, you can see how this can be designed plus what you think can be necessary as long as we are dealing with relative velocity in 2-D for first year introductory physics students.

I will really appreciate if you can help design these simulations, say by end of October 2015 utmost.

Regards/

Kapambwe

Zambia
Title: Re: Can you help with this simulation?
Post by: Colin2B on 24/04/2021 12:34:19
I will really appreciate if you can help design these simulations, say by end of October 2015 utmost.
I think you are a bit late.
We are going to assume this is trolling unless you respond within 24hrs
Title: Re: Can you help with this simulation?
Post by: Halc on 24/04/2021 14:00:32
We are going to assume this is trolling unless you respond within 24hrs
The post above is a straight copy of the third post in a 2015 thread on enjoy.phy.ntnu.edu.tw by somebody called Kapambwe looking to have a (very poorly specified) simulation tool made for teaching basic (non-relativistic) vector arithmetic and relative (vs absolute) terminology.

Why this 3rd post (in an exchange of 6) was posted here is a mystery. It is certainly irrelevant to this topic.
Title: Re: Can you help with this simulation?
Post by: Colin2B on 03/05/2021 19:32:53
The post above is a straight copy of the third post in a 2015 thread on enjoy.phy.ntnu.edu.tw by somebody called Kapambwe looking to have a (very poorly specified) simulation tool made for teaching basic (non-relativistic) vector arithmetic and relative (vs absolute) terminology.

Why this 3rd post (in an exchange of 6) was posted here is a mystery. It is certainly irrelevant to this topic.
As the post was not redated and the op is from Russia not Zambia, and has not responded, I am going to split this off and treat as trolling unless there is a response within 48hrs