My Delphi Programming Work
A note about downloading these files/programs:
You have two options: you may download the .Zip files which
contain the .dpr,.pas, and .dfm files needed to compile, or you
can simply download the .exe file. The difference is that you
must have a version of Delphi and a copy of Dr. Christian's Scitools
to be able to compile the zipped files or you can just download the
executable file which will run by itself (You can't see the code though).
Well, whatever you decide I hope you enjoy the programs below:
|Gravitational Force Project:
This project uses Newton's law of gravitation to calculate the gravitational force of attraction between two bodies. A good program to study for the beginner!
|The Pocket Calculator:
This is a fun little project. It really is just a calculator, but the code is simple and easy to learn from. There is also good error checking here.
This program takes the first and second derivatives of a user defined function and then evaluates the derivative at a specified point. It uses the 4th Order Central Limit Theorem to calculate the derivatives.One can also adjust the accuracy of the derivative by adjusting the tolerance level controls.
One can use this program to give graphical solutions to a cooperative and competitive species population model represented by 1st order differential equations using the 4th order Runge-Kutta method.
|Function Grapher: Lissajous & Epicycloid:
This program allows one to graph two different
functions either independant of one another or function1 vs. function2. You can also
graph a lissjous curve or
|The Kinematic Equation Grapher for the Golfer:
This program allows one to graph basic kinematic motion, motion with the forces of drag present, motion with the forces of air resistance present, and motion with both air resistance ANDdrag. It all comes packaged in terms of motion of a golf ball. A MUST FOR EVERY GOLFER!!!!!
Download the Zip file
|The Monte Carlo Scattering Program Version 1.0
This program models light transport through a user definedtissue sample. It uses the Monte Carlo method to keep a history of a photon's path through tissue and then outputs the data to a graphical interface. This is by far the chef d'oeuvre when it comes to my programs. This program waswritten as the result of my Summer Research Experience with PhotoDynamic Therapy (PDT), the latest craze in the Physics cure for cancer!!!
Sorry, since some of these programs were
written early on in my career
they might have a few bugs in them. I am working in my spare
time to fix them up, so if at first they don't work, try 'em and try 'em again.
Stay tuned as well because I have plans to put a few more programs on this
page before too long!!
If you have any interest in programming
with Delphi, visit the
Borland Delphi Homepage or else Take me back to your web page!!