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Videos tagged with wave (10)

Internal tide V

Internal Waves

Added 7 years ago | 00:00:10 | 13911 views

An internal wave field (red arrows) produced by a novel internal wave generator with sinusoidal boundary conditions.

Internal tide II

Internal Waves

Added 7 years ago | 00:00:14 | 12650 views

The velocity field for an internal tide attractor between a pair of Gaussian ridges.

Internal tide I

Internal Waves

Added 7 years ago | 00:00:18 | 9598 views

The experimental internal-tide velocity field generated by a Gaussian ridge.

Internal Waves - Small Gaussian

endlab

Added 7 years ago | 00:00:06 | 17626 views

The internal wave field generated by a small Gaussian ridge, as viewed using Synthetic Schlieren

Internal Waves - Knife Edge

endlab

Added 7 years ago | 00:00:07 | 17955 views

The internal wave field generated by a knife edge, as viewed using Synthetic Schlieren.

Internal Waves - Attractor

endlab

Added 7 years ago | 00:00:14 | 9458 views

An experimental internal wave attractor between two Gaussian ridges.

Relative Motion Gun

MIT Department of Physics Technical Services Group

Added 7 years ago | 00:01:07 | 56601 views

A cart moving at constant velocity shoots a ball straight upwards. Since the ball has the same translational velocity as the cart, it is caught when it comes back down.

Spray Paint Oscillator

MIT Department of Physics Technical Services Group

Added almost 8 years ago | 00:00:51 | 31099 views

A can of spray paint is attached to a spring oscillator. A roll of paper is run past the oscillating can. The result is a sine wave on the paper.

Nuclear Explosions and the Effect o...

Old Versions

Added over 8 years ago | 00:11:34 | 22997 views

Watch this video of multiple different nuclear detonations from different angles as well as shots designed to see the effect of shock waves on smoke trails in this film by Doc Edgerton. For more on Doc Edgerton, go to the Edgerton Digita...

A new hearing mechanism

MIT News

Added almost 9 years ago | 00:00:18 | 24465 views

Using a stroboscopic imaging system developed in MIT Professor Dennis Freeman's lab, Freeman's team obtained this video of wave motion along the ear's tectorial membrane (at top, the actual video showing nanometer-scale displacements, a...