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Browsing Physics and Astronomy by Subject "Technical animation"

Browsing Physics and Astronomy by Subject "Technical animation"

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  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by moving a long image repeatedly past the viewing screen to ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-08)
    This is one is a series of animations illustrating animation of waves for physics using swishMax and Adobe Flash. This particular animation shows the method by moving a long image repeatedly past the viewing screen to ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-18)
    A small animation of the balance wheel escapement, which is the central timing component of mechanical watches.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-19)
    This animation shows the working mechanism of a quartz clock having a mechanical movement and hands.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-27)
    This animation emphasizes that most waves are a moving disturbance pattern, that the pattern moves but not the material through which the waves moves. This is an important concept in the physics of waves.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-19)
    This animations shows a working balance wheel escapement as is found in mechanical watches interacting with gears in the same watch.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-04-03)
    This animation shows a step-by-step visualization of a variety of conformal mappings as applied to images, fluid flow, and electromagnetic fields.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-07)
    This animation illustrates a step-by-step approach to conformal mapping. The user can select from a number of functions and from a number of images to be mapped.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-28)
    This animation shows the decay of an LRC circuit as observed on an oscilloscope. This is an experiment that many college students perform in beginning circuits lab.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2012-07-17)
    This animation shows the excitation of a resonator via waves on a waveguide. The history of various wave components are created and displayed.
  • Ceperley, Peter; Ceperley, Peter (2012-07-17)
    This animation illustrates the measurement of a resonance curve via a frequency sweep of a resonator.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-18)
    This animation shows the workings of a clock that Galileo sketched a century before the first actual working clock was made.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-18)
    A small animation of the Galileo's sketch of a pendulum clock, made a century before the actual invention of a working pendulum clock.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-19)
    Harrison's clock, his H1, represented an important milestone in the development of mechanical clocks. This animation shows the workings of a critical component of that clock, the balance while, which was designed to be ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-28)
    This animation shows the effect of relativity on a ball moving in very high velocity that has a flashing lamp inside it. The viewer sees the length contraction and time dilation as compared with an identical ball that is ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-28)
    This is the first of two animated experiments with light pulses demonstrating the effects of special relativity.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-05-28)
    This is the second of two animated experiments with light pulses demonstrating the effects of special relativity.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2012-06-11)
    This animation illustrates the build up of a resonance via the process of successive impulses to simulate a continuous sinusoidal driving force.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2011-03-29)
    This animation shows the decay of a strongly damped resonator. One choice the a viewer has is to observe critical damping and compare it with stronger and weaker damping. Both the physical oscillating object and the ...
  • Ceperley, Peter (2008-08-31)
    This animation illustrates the dynamic nature of the complex phasor for a traveling wave.

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