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Physics of Ultrasound

Physics of Ultrasound

Physics of Ultrasound. Krystal Kerney Kyle Fontaine Ryan O’Flaherty. Basics of Ultrasound. Ultrasound is sound with frequencies higher than about 20 kHz For medical ultrasound, systems operate at much higher frequencies, typically 1 – 10 MHz

By emily
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Ocean Surface Circulation

Ocean Surface Circulation

Ocean Surface Circulation. Ocean currents are masses of water that flow from one place to another Surface currents develop from friction between the ocean and the wind that blows across the surface Huge, slowly moving gyres. Ocean Surface Circulation. Five main gyres North Pacific Gyre

By LeeJohn
(363 views)

Chapter 15: Wave Motion

Chapter 15: Wave Motion

Chapter 15: Wave Motion. Course Overview. http://chem.winthrop.edu/courses. Webpage Syllabus Class notes. The Class time is 75 minutes MWF No Cell phones, tablets or Computers are allowed in class Office: SIMS, 203 Office Hours: T 10:00-11:00, W 1:00 - 3:00, or by appointment.

By sandra_john
(322 views)

Chapter 20 Waves

Chapter 20 Waves

Chapter 20 Waves. Section 1 What are waves?. A. Rhythmic disturbances that carry energy without carrying matter are called Waves B. Molecules transport wave energy without themselves moving, like a line of people passing a ball. Section 1 What are waves?.

By adolph
(255 views)

Clicker Questions for Wave unit

Clicker Questions for Wave unit

Clicker Questions for Wave unit. I gave these clicker questions after the activity was completed except for the Wave interference demonstration day. Waves on a String. A. A. 1. If you advance the movie one frame, the knot at point A would be in the same place higher lower

By davina
(370 views)

Chapter 6 Wave Motion

Chapter 6 Wave Motion

Chapter 6 Wave Motion. Types of Waves. mechanical waves require a medium ( water, air, springs) electromagnetic waves require no medium (light, radio, micro). Types of Mechanical Waves. L ongitudinal - particles of the medium vibrate parallel to the direction of the wave. eg . sound waves

By devin
(414 views)

Earthquakes and the Earth's Interior an investigation using human subjects

Earthquakes and the Earth's Interior an investigation using human subjects

Earthquakes and the Earth's Interior an investigation using human subjects. College of Central Florida KT Kim. Earthquake. Seismology – study of earthquakes and Earth’s interior using seismic waves. Earthquake. Stress (Force) causes rock to deform Three types of deformation

By uri
(124 views)

Reflection and Refraction

Reflection and Refraction

Reflection and Refraction. Chapter 29. Reflection. Reflection – some or all of a wave bounces back into the first medium when hitting a boundary of a second medium When all the wave energy is reflected back instead of being transmitted, it is total reflection

By wyman
(481 views)

MICROWAVE INTRODUCTION

MICROWAVE INTRODUCTION

MICROWAVE INTRODUCTION. Prepared by Mrs.A.A.Nikam Subject:Microwave Engineering Class: BE E&TC A.Y. 2017-18 SEM I. Contents. Introduction to Microwaves Properties of Microwaves Advantages/Disadvantages of Microwaves Waveguide Applications of Microwaves Microwave oven Radar

By laraine
(233 views)

Inverse square law If you double the distance, the effect diminishes by 4 (2 squared)

Inverse square law If you double the distance, the effect diminishes by 4 (2 squared)

Conceptual Physics Reference Sheet: 5/9/14. Inverse square law If you double the distance, the effect diminishes by 4 (2 squared) If you triple the distance, the effect diminishes by 9 (3 squared) If you quadruple the distance, the effect diminishes by ____ (___ squared)

By evangelia
(195 views)

Chapter 16

Chapter 16

Waves and Energy Transfer. Chapter 16. General definitions of vibrations and waves. Vibration : in a general sense, anything that switches back and forth, to and fro, side to side, in and out, off and on, loud and soft, or up and down is vibrating . A vibration is a wiggle in time .

By dezso
(475 views)

UNIT –I QUANTUM MECHANICS BY Dr.Leena Gahane

UNIT –I QUANTUM MECHANICS BY Dr.Leena Gahane

UNIT –I QUANTUM MECHANICS BY Dr.Leena Gahane. DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS ACET ,NAGPUR. Planck’s Quantum Postulate. Radiating body consists of large number of atomic oscillators. atomic oscillators have energy in the form of discrete unit of energy E =h ν .

By makya
(280 views)

Today’s agenda: Electromagnetic Waves. Energy Carried by Electromagnetic Waves.

Today’s agenda: Electromagnetic Waves. Energy Carried by Electromagnetic Waves.

Today’s agenda: Electromagnetic Waves. Energy Carried by Electromagnetic Waves. Momentum and Radiation Pressure of an Electromagnetic Wave. Maxwell’s Equations. Recall:. These four equations provide a complete description of electromagnetism.

By leander
(97 views)

Behavior of Waves

Behavior of Waves

Behavior of Waves. S8P4. Students will explore the wave nature of sound and electromagnetic radiation. a. Identify the characteristics of electromagnetic and mechanical waves. d. Describe how the behavior of waves is affected by medium (such as air, water, solids).

By gina
(475 views)

Please use your own sheet of paper to define the following vocabulary terms:

Please use your own sheet of paper to define the following vocabulary terms:

Please use your own sheet of paper to define the following vocabulary terms:. Wave Period Amplitude   Crest  Trough. Frequency Hertz Wavelength Transverse wave Longitudinal wave. Mechanical Waves. What are mechanical waves? What do you think waves carry?

By silvio
(186 views)

Earthquakes and Tectonics

Earthquakes and Tectonics

Earthquakes and Tectonics. The point on Earth’s surface directly above the earthquakes focus. Answer. Epicenter. Home. Energy released in the form of vibrations that travel outward in all directions from the focus through the surrounding rock. Answer. Seismic Waves. Home.

By nova
(380 views)

GOLE and Exchange Architectures

GOLE and Exchange Architectures

GOLE and Exchange Architectures. John Silvester Professor of Electrical Engineering, USC Board Member, CENIC PI, TransLight/PacificWave (NSF-OCI-IRNC) silvester@usc.edu. Presentation at Chinese American Networking Symposium, Indianapolis, October 21, 2008. and Exchanges.

By brian
(234 views)

Vibrations and Waves

Vibrations and Waves

Vibrations and Waves. Properties of Waves. Wave Motion. Medium – the material through which a disturbance travels Mechanical wave – a wave that travels through a deformable, elastic medium. Wave Types. Pulse wave – a single, non-periodic wave

By duc
(226 views)

Magic Letter, Magic Word

Magic Letter, Magic Word

Magic Letter, Magic Word . Vocabulary review. Magic Letter N . Point of zero amplitude on a standing wave Has no pleasing patterns. Magic Letter A. Maximum distance a transverse wave travels from rest position Maximum amplitude on a standing wave. Magic Letter F.

By mckile
(223 views)

French New Wave

French New Wave

French New Wave.

By flo
(285 views)

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