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73-96 of 227 results for discipline "Oscillations and Waves"

Illustrates motion of a pendulum. Configurable parameters of initial position, length, gravitational field, and mass.

A self-graded quiz on basic fluid dynamics, waves, and electrostatics from the first semester of an algebra-based... see more

Physlet problems that relate to harmonic oscillators.

Physlet problems that relate to sound.

Physlet problems that relate to waves.

This simulation lets users alter a variety of variables for simple harmonic motion for two systems: a spring with a... see more

Interactive animated demonstration shows how single oscillators make up a cosine wave.

A set of simulations exploring the basic properties and creation of both sound and electromagnetic waves.

This applet shows the two dimensional spring pendulum: a mass suspended on a spring. The pendulum moves under the... see more

This Java applet demonstrates the variation of elongation, velocity, acceleration, force and energy during the... see more

This applet shows the motion of a simple harmonic oscillator in one dimension. Position, velocity, and acceleration can... see more

(From the author) The following movies show standing waves as the superposition of two sine waves traveling in opposite... see more

Demonstrates superposition principle. When two or more waves move through the same region of space, they will superimpose... see more

A historical discussion of the famous bridge collapse. Discusses the newer bridge as well, and compares the two.

What will you hear if an supersonic airplane flying over you? Do you know where is the airplane when you hear it? Can you... see more

Illustrates the working of a pendulum

A collection of Java applets that demonstrate the basic properties of sound.

Part of the "Pendulum Lab", this applet simulates a simple pendulum. The length of the pendulum and the acceleration of... see more

This animated interactive demonstration shows how the simple harmonic motion of a spring and mass translates into a... see more

Use the mouse to travel along with the wave.

This java applet let you visualize the difference between transverse wave and longitudinal wave.

A collection of animations illustrating various phenomena associated with waves.

WebTOP is a 3D interactive computer graphics system that simulates and visualizes optical phenomena. Instructors can use... see more

A simulation of a Young-slit experiments where the incident particles, whether photons, atoms or electrons, are sent one... see more