The following applets have been created with the PhysBeans library. They need the Java Runtime environment, release 8 or higher. To use them on your own pages you need the base archive physbeans.jar and an applet specific archive. The following pages serve as examples how to run the applets from your own HTML pages. The applets can be resized, their user interface adapts automatically - within certain limits of course. For example pages with additional explanations and instructions how to use the applets as "virtual experiments" cf. cliXX PhysBeans, Taschenbuch der Physik and some additional examples.

All necessary jar archives can be downloaded and used freely. Please send me a mail if you use them in your courses or projects, so that I can include you in the list of PhysBeans users.

To make this work, you may have to change the Java security configuration. In case of trouble start the Java Control Panel, open the Web Settings Tab and add the PhysBeans base URL http://www.peter-junglas.de/fh/physbeans/ to the Exception Site List. In any case you will have to go through some intimidating warning tabs and confirm that you are willing to throw security over board. Don't be afraid, the PhysBeans applets do no harm. In any case you can restrict the execution to a sandbox, which is reasonably safe and works with PhysBeans.

- rocket equation
- constant acceleration
- uniform circular motion
- constant circular acceleration
- vertical throw
- oblique throw
- ballistic throw
- laminar throw
- general 1d mass point
- general 1d mass point in phase space
- elastic collision
- inelastic collision
- partially elastic collision

- harmonic function and its derivative
- superposition of two oscillations of the same frequency
- superposition of two oscillations of different frequencies
- two-dimensional superposition of two oscillations
- fourier synthesis with sine functions
- fourier synthesis with cosine functions
- fourier analysis
- spring pendulum
- measuring mass in space
- harmonic pendulum
- beam driven by two wheels
- spring pendulum with viscous friction
- spring pendulum with viscous friction in phase space
- vertical spring pendulum
- energy of spring pendulum
- forced oscillations
- forced oscillations with rectangular driving force
- coupled oscillators
- initial values for mass spring system with two masses
- harmonically driven mass spring system with two masses
- quarter car
- initial values for mass spring system with three masses
- eigen modes of a mass spring system with three masses
- harmonically driven mass spring system with three masses
- longitudinal oscillator chain
- transversal oscillator chain
- long oscillator chain

- spring pendulum with coulomb friction
- spring pendulum with coulomb friction in phase space
- driven spring with coulomb friction
- two springs connected to a transversally moving mass
- transversal spring mass system in phase space
- mathematical pendulum
- mathematical pendulum with random force
- damped mathematical pendulum
- mathematical pendulum in phase space
- forced mathematical pendulum
- chaotic pendulum in phase space
- Poincare section of chaotic pendulum
- initial conditions for the chaotic pendulum
- driven duffing oscillator
- duffing oscillator in phase space

- plane wave
- circle wave in space
- circle wave in time
- Doppler effekt for moving source
- Doppler effekt for moving receiver
- perpendicular plane waves
- opposing plane waves
- standing wave at closed end
- standing wave at open end
- standing wave at two open ends
- eigen modes of a rectangular membran
- eigen modes of a circular membran
- interference of two point sources
- Huygens principle
- wave packet
- double slit
- reflection of a wave
- refraction of a wave
- total reflection
- wave in a nonhomogeneous medium
- diffraction by a box
- single slit
- backscattering by a single slit
- diffraction grating

- additive color mixture
- subtractive color mixture
- spherical mirror
- image construction with a concave mirror
- image construction with a convex mirror
- optical resonator
- reflection caustic of a spherical mirror
- parabolic mirror
- fibre optic
- gradient fibre
- glass ball
- thin converging lens
- thin diverging lens
- two thin lenses
- telescope
- terrestrical telescope
- microscope
- vertical glass plane
- thick lens
- collecting thick lens
- diverging thick lens
- two thick lenses
- lens image
- lens errors, parallel
- lens errors, oblique
- lens correction

- vector fields
- field of two charges
- potential of two charges
- field of a dipole
- potential of a dipole
- field of a quadrupole
- field of a linear quadrupole
- potential of a linear quadrupole

- state changes of the ideal gas
- polytropic state change of the ideal gas
- first law of thermodynamics
- energies for a polytropic state change
- TS diagram of ideal gas state changes
- TS diagram of a polytropic state change
- path dependency of heat and work
- Carnot cyclic process
- TS diagram of the Carnot cyclic process
- cyclic process of an Otto engine
- energies of an Otto cycle
- cyclic process of a Diesel engine
- energies of a Diesel cycle
- cyclic process of a Stirling engine
- Joule cyclic process of a gas turbine
- Ericsson cyclic process of a gas turbine
- energies of a gas turbine
- Isex cyclic process of a gas turbine
- TS and pV diagrams of arbitrary cyclic processes
- heat resistance
- heat transition

- localized free wave
- free particle
- expectation values of the free particle
- uncertainties for the free particle
- particle in an infinitely high potential box
- particle running against a double slit
- particle running against a slit
- particle in a potential box
- particle running against a potential barrier
- harmonic oscillator
- eigen functions of the harmonic oscillator
- superposition of eigenfunctions of the harmonic oscillator
- Gaussian wave packet in a two-dimensional Coulomb potential
- polar Gaussian state in a two-dimensional Coulomb potential
- eigenfunctions of the two-dimensional Coulomb potential
- superposition of eigenfunctions of the two-dimensional Coulomb potential
- incompleteness of eigenfunctions of the two-dimensional Coulomb potential