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Applied Research: Physics

Maplesoft provides the essential math environment for scientific research. By combining the world’s most advanced symbolic computation engine with powerful numeric algorithms, advanced visualization tools, and intuitive interfaces, Maplesoft products are helping physicists around the world deepen our understanding of how the universe works.

Products for Physics

The essential technical computing software for today’s scientists.

High-performance multi-domain modeling and simulation.

Global Optimization Toolbox
Global Optimization Toolbox
World-class optimization technology in an intuitive environment.

Physics Applications

Advanced Physics in Maple
3-D oscillator with two masses, coupled by elastic springs
Relativistic Medium From Unified Energy Vector
Three Body Problem
Cylinder Heated by Induction
The Lorenz Attractor
Foucault’s Pendulum
The catapult, with animation

Assessing the Accuracy of a Rocket's Trajectory Through Space

User Stories
Maple Used to Model Static Electromagnetic Fields of Underwater Pipelines
Saves time and reduces costs by a factor of ten
Read other user stories and case studies
Physics Resources
Article: Maple and Physics: Second to None
Blog: An animated discussion about Pendulums
Blog: The Physics of Santa Claus
Application Center: View physics category
Books: Maple Physics books
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