# Waves PowerPoint Presentations - PPT

###### Where do we encounter waves? Write down all the examples of -

Warm-Up: February 17/18, 2016. Vibrations and Waves. Chapter 14. A . periodic motion . repeats in a regular cycle.. Examples include:. Pendulums (such as on a grandfather clock). A mass at the end of a spring.

###### Doppler Effect, Bow Waves, and Shock Waves - presentation

Doppler Effect. ~apparent change in frequency of a wave due to the motion of the source of the wave.. If the object is moving towards the observer the frequency will appear to increase. If the object is moving away from the observer the frequency will appear to decrease.

###### Waves-Chapter 4 Longitudinal Waves -

Before the waves are made the particles are same distance apart. While waves moves through the medium the particles . compress. together, then they spread further apart (stretched areas)- . rarefaction..

###### waves Waves Wave – a periodic disturbance in a solid, liq - presentation

Waves transfer energy!. A wave does not carry matter . It only moves matter as it travels through it.. Waves. Compression (longitudinal) waves . are waves in which the particles of the medium move in a direction .

###### Seismic Waves Surface Waves - presentation

Seismic . Waves. . are shock . waves . given off by earthquakes. . There are 2 types:. 1. . Body Waves. . originate from the . focus. (. F. ). travel . through. . the earth. . They’re used to locate .

###### Energy Transfer - Waves Waves -

A wave is any disturbance that transmits energy through matter or empty space.. Energy can be carried away from it’s source by a wave. As a wave travels, it does work on everything in it’s path.

###### Gravity Waves - presentation

Dennis Stewart. November. Smu. Modern Physics. 1. Outline for this talk. Einstein . Einsteins Contribution. Joseph Weber. LIGO. The Machine and How it works. The Chrip. Conclusion. 2. Albert Einstein.

###### Chapter 11: Vibrations and Waves - presentation

Periodic Motion – any repeated motion with regular time intervals. Simple Harmonic Motion – vibration about an equilibrium position in which a restoring force is proportional to the displacement from equilibrium .

###### Waves Vocabulary 3.2 You need 11 Index Cards - presentation

Medium. The material through which a wave travels.. Ex: Gas (air), liquids (water), and solids (Rope) can all be mediums.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w2s2fZr8sqQ. Pitch. The pitch of a sound is determined by the rate of vibration, or frequency, of the sound wave..

###### Chapter 12: Mechanical Waves and - presentation

Sound. © 2016 Pearson Education, Inc.. Goals for Chapter 12. To describe mechanical waves.. To study superposition, standing waves and sound.. To present sound as a standing longitudinal wave.. To see that waves will interfere (add constructively and destructively)..

###### Gravity waves derivation - presentation

ATM 562 - Fall, 2015. Introduction. Gravity waves describe how environment responds to disturbances, such as by oscillating parcels. Goal: derive “dispersion relation” that relates frequency (period) of response to wavelength and stability.

###### Waves - presentation

Junior Science. Waves transfer energy. 1a. Waves are a means of transferring energy from one place to another without also transferring matter. Some waves need a medium (matter) to travel through and are known as .

###### 2 classes of waves compression - presentation

transverse. Wave Behavior. All waves will . Reflect. Refract. Diffract. Interfere. Reflection. Refraction. . The bending of a wave as it enters a medium . with different properties so that the wave speed changes..

###### 1 Two waves passing through the same region will superimpos - presentation

Two pulses travelling in opposite directions will pass through each other unaffected. While passing, the displacement is simply the sum of the individual displacements. CP 514. SUPERPOSITION OF WAVES.

###### Waves disturbances (but in a good way! Mostly - presentation

. ). Definition. Tuesday July 15, 2014. Waves. 2. Waves are disturbances that transfer energy!. Types of Waves. Mechanical Waves. A . mechanical wave. . is a disturbance that propagates through a medium. .

###### Lesson 2: Pgs. 18-23 Waves - presentation

Basic Properties of Waves. Amplitude. Wavelength. Frequency. Speed. Amplitude. Amplitude is the maximum distance the particles of the medium carrying the wave move away from their rest positions.. The farther the medium moves as it vibrates the larger the amplitude of the resulting waves. The greater the amplitude the greater the amount of energy.

###### WAVES Chapter 20 p.576-601 - presentation

Section 1. Objectives. 1. Explain the relationship among waves, energy, and matter. 2. Describe the difference between transverse waves and compressional waves. A. Waves Carry Energy. Waves (rhythmic disturbances that carry energy without carrying matter) can carry energy by itself or with matter.

###### Here are regions where different kinds of waves are thought - presentation

The Van Allen Probes provide the first simultaneous multipoint measurements of these waves over broad regions. Powerful radio and plasma waves are central . to. the . acceleration and loss of radiation .

###### The Nature of Waves - presentation

What is a wave?. A wave is a repeating disturbance or movement that transfers energy through matter or space. Waves transfer energy not matter. The water waves below are carrying energy but are not moving. Waves can only exist as they have energy to carry..

###### AIM: How do waves shape the Shoreline? - presentation

Do Now: In your notes answer the following . question. . Think about the times you were at the beach. Maybe you built a sand castle near the shore line. What would the waves do to your castle? . I. .

###### Chapter 11 Oscillations and Waves - presentation

© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc.. Contents of Chapter 11. Simple Harmonic . Motion—Spring . Oscillations. Energy . in Simple Harmonic Motion. The . Period and Sinusoidal Nature of SHM. The . Simple Pendulum.

###### Waves – An Introduction -

Waves. Water and Seismic Waves. Transverse Waves. Longitudinal Waves. Frequency, Period and Amplitude. Crests, Troughs and Wavelength. Universal Wave Equation. Waves. Waves are disturbances which transfer energy over a distance.

###### AIM: How do waves shape the Shoreline? - presentation

Do Now: In your notes answer the following questions. Think about the times you were at the beach. Maybe you built a sand castle near the shore line. What would the waves do to your castle? . I. . Formation of Waves.

###### AIM: How do waves shape the Shoreline? - presentation

Do Now: In your notes answer the following . question. . Think about the times you were at the beach. Maybe you built a sand castle near the shore line. What would the waves do to your castle? . I. .