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This java applet demonstrates the Fourier analysis for some common waveforms. Hovering the pointer over the series components allows the viewing of that component. The user can also…
  
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This applet is a visual simulation of sound interference between two speakers. The applet can also be used to generate interference with sound from stereo speakers. The controls…
  
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This page, provides an explanation on what makes a singing rod produce sound. It includes instructions on how to perform the demonstration and a quicktime video illustrating the…
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This page, provides an explanation on what makes a Karruga Horn produce sound. It includes instructions on how to perform the demonstrations and a quicktime video illustrating the…
  
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The Physics is Phun Program Schedule is a repository of the word documents and PowerPoint presentations used as part of the the Physics is Phun Program.
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This web site has a large number of explanations of wave and oscillatory phenomena, with an emphasis on sound and acoustics. The explanations are accompanied by GIF animations.
  
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The Wave Simulator can be used to create a wide range of demos with reflectors, lenses, cavities, and point sources. Common examples such as multiple source and multiple slit…
  
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Sound: An Interactive eBook consists of 33 interactive simulations which require the reader to click buttons, move sliders, etc. in order to answer questions about the behavior of…
  
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This web site supplies instructions for constructing a simple "Soda Bottle Speaker." A parts list and information about the materials user are included, as well as two experiments to…
  
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This webpage contains an interactive simulation that allows users to study sound waves and harmonics. The amplitude of up to 11 harmonics may be selected for a wave in one dimension,…
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