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Doppler Effect JS Model Documents

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Main Document

Doppler Effect JS Model 

written by Matt Kennedy and Rachel Dixon
content provider: Wolfgang Christian

The Doppler Effect JS Model shows five different animations with different combinations of moving/stationary sources/detectors. The final animation shows what happens when a source exceeds the speed of sound.

The Doppler Effect JS Model was developed using the Easy Java Simulations (EJS) version 5.  It is distributed as a ready-to-run html page and requires only a browser with JavaScript support.  It is also distributed as an ePub.

Published July 1, 2014
Last Modified September 30, 2014

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Supplemental Documents (2)

Doppler Effect ePub 

An ePub containing the Doppler Effect simulation.

Last Modified July 2, 2014

Doppler Effect Lesson Plan 

A lesson plan for 9th grade physical science by Matt Kennedy and Rachel Dixon.  This lesson plan was developed for the University of Arkansas College Ready project.

Last Modified July 2, 2014

Source Code Documents

Doppler Effect JS Source Code 

This source code zip archive contains an XML representation of the Doppler Effect JS Model.   Unzip this archive in your EjsS workspace to compile and run this model using EjsS 5.  Although EjsS is a Java program, EjsS 5 creates stand alone JavaScript simulations and ePub documents from this source code.

Last Modified July 2, 2014

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