Resource Description:
acoustics and vibrations animations

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Author: Dan Russell
Media: Webware
Cost: Free
Subjects: Physics
Types: Visualization or Animation
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Dr. Russell of Kettering University has put together a very professional page of animations for acoustics and vibrations. They start with introductory material (longitudinal and transverse waves) and build up to extremely complex vibrational modes. (His most recent animation is about the vibrational modes of a beer bottle!)
Posted to site: 04/09/2007
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