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Publisher: Physics Education Technology Project
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This webpage contains an interactive simulation that allows users to study Fourier series expansions of waves. The amplitude of up to 11 harmonics may be selected for a wave in one…
  
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Publisher: NIST Time and Frequency Division
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This site offers resources pertaining to the measurement of time and its devices throughout history.
  
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P. Falstad
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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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P. Falstad
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This applet shows standing waves in a 3D, rotatable box. Normal modes can be selected from a series of tables, and more than one can be selected at a time. The angle, zoom,…
  
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P. Falstad
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This java applet simulates fourier approximations of sine, triangle, sawtooth and square waves, as well as noise, along with their phase terms and harmonics. The number of terms is…
  
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D. Russell
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This site has a number of explanations of wave and oscillatory phenomena, with an emphasis on sound and acoustics. The explanations are accompanied by GIF animations. The site also…
  
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P. Falstad
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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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A. Ludwig
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This site includes all aspects of sound, including both a non-mathematical description of sound, and a rigorous mathematical derivation based on molecular statistics. This is a good…
  
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Acoustical Society of America and C. Schmid
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Information about current research in acoustics, career opportunities and links to other sites of importance to the study of acoustics.

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