Sine Wave Phase Shift Colour1970-01-01T00:00:00+00:00Each ball orbits in its own plane, at right angles to the wave direction, and each ball is 12 degrees out of phase with the preceding one. When viewed at right angles to the wave motion, this rotating helix of balls becomes a familiar sine wave and cos...PT32Shttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/faddbf55-6bd4-440f-87f0-a38c7c9d64e3/SINE_WAVE_Circular_origin_phase_265_xlarge.jpghttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/faddbf55-6bd4-440f-87f0-a38c7c9d64e3/SINE_WAVE_Circular_origin_phase_265_mp4_hd_video.mp4https://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/waves/-/medias/faddbf55-6bd4-440f-87f0-a38c7c9d64e3/pricehttps://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/waves/-/medias/faddbf55-6bd4-440f-87f0-a38c7c9d64e3/price
Compression Wave Phase Shift Colour
Compression wave or longitudinal wave shown travelling from left to right in a medium. The particles are first shoved forward by the vibrating surface (the white bar at the left, representing, for example, the surface of a hifi speaker) and then they return to their original positions (they oscillate in same the direction that the wave travels, hence longitudinal). This creates a region of higher pressure and density (compression) that travels along as a wave. This is immediately followed by a zone of lower pressure (or rarefaction, where the particles are further apart). This is how sound propagates in air or water and how p-waves travel during earthquakes. The phase of the particles determines their colour in this animation, giving a sense of the wave progression.
Animation ID: COMPRESSION_WAVE_phase_colour_shift_30s_265
Animation resolution: 3840x2160 pixels @ 30.0 fps, ~27.8 Mbits/s
Animation keywords: amplitude, compression, compression wave, displacement, frequency, longitudinal wave, oscillate, oscillating, oscillation, particles, phase, physics, propagate, pulse, pulses, ripple, sinusoidal, sound, sound wave, undulate, undulation, vibrating, vibration, wave, waveform, wavelength, waves
Compression Wave Phase Shift Colour2022-10-24T06:07:22ZCompression wave or longitudinal wave shown travelling from left to right in a medium. The particles are first shoved forward by the vibrating surface (the white bar at the left, representing, for example, the surface of a hifi speaker) and then they r...PT31Shttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/da01381e-15ef-4eb3-a070-a54be204304b/COMPRESSION_WAVE_phase_colour_shift_30s_265_xlarge.jpghttps://d38zjy0x98992m.cloudfront.net/da01381e-15ef-4eb3-a070-a54be204304b/COMPRESSION_WAVE_phase_colour_shift_30s_265_mp4_hd_video.mp4https://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/waves/-/medias/da01381e-15ef-4eb3-a070-a54be204304b/pricehttps://www.scientific.pictures/-/galleries/waves/-/medias/da01381e-15ef-4eb3-a070-a54be204304b/price