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The 20 Line Challenge / Demonstration of Wave Superposition

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BMacZero
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Posted: 9th Apr 2009 03:39 Edited at: 10th Apr 2009 02:20
I made this after we talked about constructive and destructive interference in physics class, out of wanting to see what it actually looked like in slow motion.

Just has two waves, one moving left and one right, and displays the result of the two waves using superposition.

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BMacZero
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Posted: 9th Apr 2009 05:01
Along similar lines, here is a program demonstrating the Doppler Effect:

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Monk
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Posted: 9th Apr 2009 14:21
Thats the first time Ive seen someone make a demo for school work!
Its nice though, the doppler effect is demoed well, but I think for the waves one, if the waves started on the edge and moved in, rather than about 2/3 and 1/3 width. Nice work though!

BMacZero
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Posted: 10th Apr 2009 02:21
Haha . Thanks (I think). I put up a new version of the first one that uses your suggestion.



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