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written by Barney Taylor
Try this site's wave simulations--you can change the wave properties and see what happens. Don't miss Superposition, where you start two pulses towards each other and then step the times when they overlap so you can see exactly how the waves cancel or reenforce.
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Waves and Pendula
- General
- Wave Motion
- Lower Undergraduate
- High School
- Upper Undergraduate
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- Instructional Material
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Keywords: interference, reflection and refraction, wave motion, wave power
Record Creator: December 31, 2002 by Waylon Flinn
Record Updated: Oct 23, 2015 by Alan Goldblatt
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