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Browsing Physics and Astronomy by Subject "waves"

Browsing Physics and Astronomy by Subject "waves"

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  • Ceperley, Peter (2008-01-08)
    A album of 24 flash animation illustrating various principles of the physics of oscillations, waves, and phasors. The album shows an image of each animation and has various links to each.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by moving a long image repeatedly past the viewing screen to ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2007-12-19)
    Animation of a traveling wave propagating on a two dimensional mesh. The wave is propagating at an oblique angle to either of the mesh axes.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by moving a long image repeatedly past the viewing screen to ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-27)
    This animation emphasizes that most waves are a moving disturbance pattern, that the pattern moves but not the material through which the waves moves. This is an important concept in the physics of waves.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2007-12-31)
    Animation of the creation of a sine function from the definition of the sine as a ratio between sides of a right triangle.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2008-08-30)
    Animation showing the superposition of traveling waves to form a standing waves for both transvers and longitudinal waves. User can selectively see the phasors involved.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2007-12-31)
    This animation shows the slowed-down response of a regular voltmeter when connected to AC power lines. It is meant to convey the idea to students that the voltage is oscillating and not constant.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by writing an sinusoidal equation describing the dynamics of the wave.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by moving a long image repeatedly past the viewing screen. This ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by using a difference equation to calculate the evolution of ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2007-12-02)
    Animations of the physics of oscillations and waves. These are done in Adobe Flash, version SWF6.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by moving a long image repeatedly past the viewing screen.

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