|Nov14-11, 08:45 AM||#1|
software to demonstrate addition of SHO's
I am looking for a simulation software to demonstrate addition of waves with different amplitudes, frequencies , velocities. So I should be able to define , say , 2 to 3 component
waves and the output will give me the addition of these waves. I think showing actual
simulation helps students learn about phase and group velocities.......
if anybody knows such software , preferably for windows , please let me know.......
|Nov15-11, 02:39 PM||#2|
Most I know of are additions of harmonics (aka. fourier synthesis): Decent ones with different functions are on PhET and on the more obscure NTNUJava Physics simulation sites.
One that allows you to change frequency and direction of to co-linear waves is on NTNUJava, but doesn't include the possibility of dispersion.
Edited to add: This one might also serve you well!
|Nov15-11, 07:31 PM||#3|
thanks for the reply. what about mathematica ? can it do these things ? i am currently
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