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View Resource The Physics Zone

Science Joy Wagon and the Ithaca City School District offer the Physics Zone Web site as a resource for algebra-based physics courses. Numerous interactive lessons, simulations, descriptions, and other online learning material are categorized into nine subjects including motion; forces; work and energy; momentum; electricity and magnetism; waves, light, and sound; modern physics; and nuclear...

View Resource Ripple Tank Simulation

The wave simulator, created by Paul Falstad, can be used to create a wide range of demos with reflectors, lenses, cavities, and point sources. Common examples such as multiple source and multiple slit interference, Doppler effect, and beats are available, along with more advanced topics such as waves in confined geometries, wave scattering, and temperature gradients. Very little documentation on...

View Resource Listen to Fourier series

This webpage from Johns Hopkins University provides an introduction to Fourier series. The site describes Fourier series in the context of audio tones, and interactive applets that illustrate the concepts involved are also included. Also, at the bottom of the page, you can listen to different types of white noise.

View Resource On-Line Acoustic and Engineering Conversion Engine

This website from Sengpiel Audio includes a collection of links to technical conversions and other miscellanea rooted in audio technology. Simply type in the quantity of the unit and the engine calculates the requested conversion. Spans the entire gamut of technical conversion and math tables with full definitions of each measurement.

View Resource Topic in Depth - The Physics of Sound

Music, the human voice, and the ambient sounds all around us are the work of acoustics, the physics of sound. But how does it work? How is sound produced, and what happens when we are hearing it? This Topic in Depth focuses on the physics of sound waves, in music and speech, and its applications in other science realms.

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