Molecular Dynamics Physlet
TEST PAGE

Scripts on this page demonstrate the basic functionality of the basic hard-sphere ensemble from which other, more specialized ensembles, are derived.  The MolecularApplet Physlet seen on this page is a simple container applet for this ensemble that allows the class to be scripted.  It is possible to create overlapping particles but this is non-physical since hard spheres cannot penetrate. We have chosen to ignore interactions between overlapping particles.

The MolecularApplet Physlet is embedded using the following syntax. The [location] parameter should be the URL of the directory that contains the jar file and the [script_name] should be a unique variable name by which JavaScript can refer to this applet.

<applet
    CODEBASE=[location]
    CODE="molecular.MolecularApplet.class"
    ARCHIVE="Molecular.jar"
    NAME=[script_name]
    ID=[script_name]>

<param name=[par_name] value=[par_Value]>
.
.
</applet>

The applet that you see on this page was embedded as follows.

<applet
    CODEBASE="../classes/"
    ARCHIVE="Molecular.jar"
    CODE="molecular.MolecularApplet.class"
    NAME="Molecular" ID="Molecular"
    WIDTH="300"
    HEIGHT="300"
    HSPACE="0"
    VSPACE="0"
    ALIGN="middle">

<param name="ShowControls" value="true">
<param name="InitialP" value="20">
<param name="FPS" value="50">
<param name="dt" value="0.05">
<param name="PeriodicH" value="false">
<param name="PeriodicV" value="false">
<param name="PixPerUnit" value="10">
<param name = "Border" VALUE = "3">
</applet>