Monthly Archives: April 2016

A time line for VPython development

Here is a time line for the development of VPython, an extension to the Python programming language that makes it unusually easy to generate navigable real-time 3D animations (vpython.org). 1997: While at Carnegie Mellon, after writing a volume on introductory … Continue reading

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Pseudowork and real work

I have a story to tell about pseudowork, the integral of a force along the displacement of the center of mass, which is different from the true work done by a force on a system, which must be calculated as … Continue reading

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