## Monday, August 3, 2015

### EJSS wave representation model

EJSS wave representation model

## Amplitude A

 amplitude of wave = 0.20 m, maximum displacement from equilibrium position run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## wavelength λ

 wavelengthof wave = 0.50 m The wavelength λ  wavelength is the distance between two sequential crests or troughs (or other equivalent points) run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## Period T

 period of wave = 3.00 s, The period T is the time for one complete cycle of an oscillation of a wave run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## angular velocity of wave ω

 angular frequency ω  = 2.09 s, The angular frequency ω represents the frequency in radians per second. run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## angular frequency f

 The frequency f is the number of periods per unit time (per second) and is typically measured in hertz run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## wave speed v

 sinusoidal waveform traveling at constant speed v is given by v = f λ run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## maximum transverse speed vmax

 The maximum transverse velocity is vmax = Aω and it occurs when the particle on the wave travels passes through the equilibrium position run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## phase difference ϕ

 the phase of a vibration (that is, its position within the vibration cycle) ϕ measured in radians run: Link1, Link2 download: Link1, Link2source:  author: Andrew Duffy, lookang, tina author EJS: Francisco Esquembre

## reference:

http://weelookang.blogspot.sg/2011/04/ejs-open-source-wave-representations.html