MACH 2 Doppler Effect at Twice the Speed of Sound (or Ship's Bow Wave)1970-01-01T00:00:00+00:00Generalised animation of a moving wave source travelling at twice the speed as the waves. An example would be an aircraft travelling at Mach 2. The waves expand outwards but lag behind the object creating a conical shock wave (Mach cone), or a wake in ...PT13Shttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/dbf664b4-cfde-4309-8574-75023c2ae1f5/MACH_Two_UHD_xlarge.jpghttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/dbf664b4-cfde-4309-8574-75023c2ae1f5/MACH_Two_UHD_mp4_hd_video.mp4https://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/physics/-/medias/dbf664b4-cfde-4309-8574-75023c2ae1f5/pricehttps://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/physics/-/medias/dbf664b4-cfde-4309-8574-75023c2ae1f5/price
MACH 1 Doppler Effect at Speed of Sound
Generalised animation of a moving wave source travelling at the same speed as the waves. An example would be an aircraft travelling at the speed of sound (Mach 1). The waves expand outwards at the same speed as the object moves and concertina together at the front of the object. This assembling wall of compression that cannot escape is called the sound barrier in the case of aircraft. If the plane exceeds the speed of sound it breaks through the sound barrier and becomes supersonic creating a conical shock wave (Mach cone), where the wavefronts trail the object.
Animation ID: MACH_One_UHD
Animation resolution: 3840x2160 pixels @ 30.0 fps, ~10.5 Mbits/s
MACH 1 Doppler Effect at Speed of Sound2020-11-02T00:31:39ZGeneralised animation of a moving wave source travelling at the same speed as the waves. An example would be an aircraft travelling at the speed of sound (Mach 1). The waves expand outwards at the same speed as the object moves and concertina together ...PT13Shttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/058d757c-dd5f-43fa-be82-b1ff66b8bc34/MACH_One_UHD_xlarge.jpghttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/058d757c-dd5f-43fa-be82-b1ff66b8bc34/MACH_One_UHD_mp4_hd_video.mp4https://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/physics/-/medias/058d757c-dd5f-43fa-be82-b1ff66b8bc34/pricehttps://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/physics/-/medias/058d757c-dd5f-43fa-be82-b1ff66b8bc34/price
Redshift Blueshift1970-01-01T00:00:00+00:00Animation of the increase in frequency observed in waves emitted from an approaching source (or conversely a decrease in frequency in waves emitted from a receding source). Happens in sound waves (e.g. a siren of an approaching emergency vehicle or the...PT13Shttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/7b5f01e9-c3fc-49de-bafd-df70664ac705/Red_Shift_Blue_Shift_UHD_xlarge.jpghttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/7b5f01e9-c3fc-49de-bafd-df70664ac705/Red_Shift_Blue_Shift_UHD_mp4_hd_video.mp4https://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/physics/-/medias/7b5f01e9-c3fc-49de-bafd-df70664ac705/pricehttps://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/physics/-/medias/7b5f01e9-c3fc-49de-bafd-df70664ac705/price