Virtual Physics helps you numerically integrate differential equations of motion.
Virtual Physics is a software add-on for LabVIEW that you can use to create symbolically differential equations of motion for classical mechanics systems. With this add-on, you can specify the values for any constant and solve for the unknown coordinates and velocities in the equations of motion using Euler, Runge-Kutta, or Cash-Karp algorithms. From the coordinates, velocities, and constants, you can define additional waveform quantities to be calculated following the integration, such as potential or kinetic energies. You can use Virtual Physics to display all the integrated and calculated waveforms graphically or in tabular form and export them to tab-delimited or comma-separated-value files.