OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES - Edison Robles

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1. Oscillations

1.1. Cyclical or periodic changes

1.2. L=1/2 mv^2 - 1/2 kx^2

1.3. Simple harmonic motion

1.4. Graph called sinusoid curve

1.5. x=A sen(wt+phi)

1.6. w=2pi f=2pi/T=(k/m)1/2

1.6.1. Mass attached to spring

2. Resonance

2.1. Occurs by localized waves

2.2. Maximum amplitude of frequencies

3. Waves

3.1. Imbalances or vibrations moving

3.2. Harmonic waves

3.2.1. Sinusoidal waves

3.2.2. Mov. internals of a large body

3.2.2.1. Transverse waves

3.2.2.2. Longitudinal waves

3.3. Characteristics

3.3.1. Oscillation frequency

3.3.2. Velocity of propagation

3.3.3. Wavelength

3.3.4. Amplitude

3.3.5. Phase

3.4. Water waves

3.4.1. Surface tension waves

3.4.1.1. Sinusoidal shape

3.4.2. Gravity waves

3.4.2.1. Sharp highs shape

3.5. Movement

3.5.1. Carries energy

3.5.1.1. Kinetic and potential energy

3.5.2. Amount of movement

3.5.3. Overlap and interference

3.5.4. Diffraction

3.5.5. Refraction

3.5.6. Dispersion

3.5.7. Cushioning

3.5.8. Polarization

4. HUYGENS Principle

4.1. Propagation of a wave as a consequence

5. Curiosities

5.1. Light is a wave

5.2. All water surfaces have ripples

5.3. All the waves are muffled

5.4. The speed of the waves limits the speed of the boats

5.5. The speed of sound decreases with temperature and increases with price

5.6. Anomalous waves are individual waves in the open sea

5.6.1. Waves with a single crest

5.7. Shock waves

5.7.1. Pressure and density change abruptly in short distance

5.7.2. Determine the flight of the bullets

5.8. Super boom

5.8.1. They destroy eardrums and windows