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Lecture 26 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course]

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US Military Officers Get Your Masters in Physics From NPS

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Lecture 12 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - Homework Problems

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Lecture 11 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 11 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics Lecture 11 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 11 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Business Insider, Business News, military, military and defense, navy, haircut, bootcamp, annapolis, plebes, plebe summer, basic training, training program FoxtrotAlpha, professional training for midshipmen, United States Naval Academy (College/University), Midshipman (Military Rank), naval reserve officers training corps (profession), U.S. Naval Academy Summer Training, midshipmen summer training, navy summer training, summer training for midshipmen, training at the u s naval academy, training at the u s naval, United States Navy (Armed Force), Marine Expeditionary Unit (Organization), USNA, united states naval academy

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 Lecture 11 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics Lecture 11 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 11 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Business Insider, Business News, military, military and defense, navy, haircut, bootcamp, annapolis, plebes, plebe summer, basic training, training program FoxtrotAlpha, professional training for midshipmen, United States Naval Academy (College/University), Midshipman (Military Rank), naval reserve officers training corps (profession), U.S. Naval Academy Summer Training, midshipmen summer training, navy summer training, summer training for midshipmen, training at the u s naval academy, training at the u s naval, United States Navy (Armed Force), Marine Expeditionary Unit (Organization), USNA, united states naval academy

Lecture 10 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 10 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 10 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us nick bare army, nick bare army rotc, nick bare rotc, nick bare 2017, army rotc, navy ocs, nick bare military, military officers, rotc vs ocs, ranger school, nick bare ranger school, us army, basic training, us navy, submarines, fort hood, nick bare fort hood, ranger tab

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 Lecture 10 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 10 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us nick bare army, nick bare army rotc, nick bare rotc, nick bare 2017, army rotc, navy ocs, nick bare military, military officers, rotc vs ocs, ranger school, nick bare ranger school, us army, basic training, us navy, submarines, fort hood, nick bare fort hood, ranger tab

Lecture 9 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 9 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 9 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Projectile Tracking Camera System, velocitas eradico, US Navy Railgun, Trajectory Tracker, projectile tracking camera, ultra high-speed tracking cameras, hypervelocity projectile tracking camera, Tracker2 Flight Follower System, Tracker2 High-Speed Tracking Camera, wonder world, US Navy Railgun Projectile how it was filmed

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 Lecture 9 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 9 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Projectile Tracking Camera System, velocitas eradico, US Navy Railgun, Trajectory Tracker, projectile tracking camera, ultra high-speed tracking cameras, hypervelocity projectile tracking camera, Tracker2 Flight Follower System, Tracker2 High-Speed Tracking Camera, wonder world, US Navy Railgun Projectile how it was filmed

Lecture 8 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 8 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 8 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us railgun, electromagnetic railgun, us navy, electromagnetic, navy, electromagnetic railgun firing, electromagnetic railgun us navy, us navy railgun, most powerful electromagnetic railgun, railgun navy, us navy 5600 mph railgun - navy's gigantic electromagnetic railgun is ready for deployment, u.s. navy, navy railgun, powerful railgun, us navy electromagnetic railgun, the navy's electromagnetic railgun, navy electromagnetic railgun, military, weapon, ddg-1000, guided-missile destroyer

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 Lecture 8 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 8 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us railgun, electromagnetic railgun, us navy, electromagnetic, navy, electromagnetic railgun firing, electromagnetic railgun us navy, us navy railgun, most powerful electromagnetic railgun, railgun navy, us navy 5600 mph railgun - navy's gigantic electromagnetic railgun is ready for deployment, u.s. navy, navy railgun, powerful railgun, us navy electromagnetic railgun, the navy's electromagnetic railgun, navy electromagnetic railgun, military, weapon, ddg-1000, guided-missile destroyer

Lecture 6 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 6 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 6 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Hyper Velocity Projectile, Railgun, Hypervelocity, Hypervelocity Projectile, Electromagnetic Railgun, Electromagnetic, Navy, Fastest, Supersonic, kinetic energy, fast, speed, Mach Number, High Velocity, gun, Projectile, weapon, rail gun, railgun firing

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 Lecture 6 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 6 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Hyper Velocity Projectile, Railgun, Hypervelocity, Hypervelocity Projectile, Electromagnetic Railgun, Electromagnetic, Navy, Fastest, Supersonic, kinetic energy, fast, speed, Mach Number, High Velocity, gun, Projectile, weapon, rail gun, railgun firing

Lecture 5 Problem Discussion- PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 5 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to Lecture 5 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Railgun, Do It Yourself (Hobby), Weapon (Interest), Science (TV Genre), ziggy zee, Firearm (Sports Equipment), BFG

Lecture 5 Problem Discussion- PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

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 Lecture 5 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to Lecture 5 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Railgun, Do It Yourself (Hobby), Weapon (Interest), Science (TV Genre), ziggy zee, Firearm (Sports Equipment), BFG

Lecture 4 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

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 Lecture 4 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 4 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us OniNemesis, The Darth Designer, u.s., united states, darthdesigner, thedarthdesigner, test, Railgun, Powerful, Military, Navy, Battle, Test, Gun, Mach, Speed, MPH, Range, Destroy, Army, Naval, Warfare, Defense, high-tech, project, star wars, tecnology, shot, ship, Tactical, Advantage, Explosion, Fire, last jedi, the last jedi, navy rail gun 2017

Lecture 3 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

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 Lecture 3 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 3 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us lecture 3 ph1322 electricity magnetism,railgun,military,gun,powerful,electromagnetic gun,electric gun,naval artillery,science,engineering,history,real engineering,nps,physics,naval postgraduate school,capacitor bank,giant capacitor bank,capacitor discharge,massive railgun,gaussgun,fun with capacitors,thors capacitor hammer,capacitor hammer

Lecture 2 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 2 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 2 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us us navy railgun, railgun, rail gun, navy railgun, electromagnetic railgun, wonder world, military weapons, future weapons, future technology, electromagnetic, naval ship firepower, energy weapon, military gun, military cannon, Most Powerful Cannon, military fire power, em railgun, energy gun, most powerful weapon, sci-fi weapons, sci fi weapons, futuristic technology, futuristic weapons

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 Lecture 2 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 2 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us us navy railgun, railgun, rail gun, navy railgun, electromagnetic railgun, wonder world, military weapons, future weapons, future technology, electromagnetic, naval ship firepower, energy weapon, military gun, military cannon, Most Powerful Cannon, military fire power, em railgun, energy gun, most powerful weapon, sci-fi weapons, sci fi weapons, futuristic technology, futuristic weapons

Lecture 1 - PH1322 Electricity And Magnetism [Full Course] - NPS Physics

 Lecture 1 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 1 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Weapon, Railgun, Super, Powerful, America, USA, Military, War, Fight, Navy, Battle, Test, Cannon, Gun, Win, Future, Futuristic, Dominate, Break, Sound Barrier, Mach, Speed, MPH, Range, Destroy, Target, Army, Naval, Warfare, Defense, Power, high-tech, awesome, tactics, combat, Airforce, project, operation, star wars, science, tecnology, shoot, shot, aim, ship, Electronica, Music, Bigbeat, Industrial, Tactical, Advantage, Explode, Explosion, Fire, Arsenal

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 Lecture 1 - PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism - Welcome to lecture 1 of PH1322 Electricity and Magnetism from the Naval Postgraduate School Physics department. Make sure to subscribe to the full playlist. We release new lectures as they happen. Are you an officer in the US Armed Forces and interested in becoming a physics student at NPS? Visit our contact us page and reach out by calling. my.nps.edu/web/physics/contact-us Weapon, Railgun, Super, Powerful, America, USA, Military, War, Fight, Navy, Battle, Test, Cannon, Gun, Win, Future, Futuristic, Dominate, Break, Sound Barrier, Mach, Speed, MPH, Range, Destroy, Target, Army, Naval, Warfare, Defense, Power, high-tech, awesome, tactics, combat, Airforce, project, operation, star wars, science, tecnology, shoot, shot, aim, ship, Electronica, Music, Bigbeat, Industrial, Tactical, Advantage, Explode, Explosion, Fire, Arsenal

Understanding the Dot Product and Conservation of Energy

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PC3014 Intermediate Applied Physics Laboratory (Digital Electronics Course)

 This course is offered to residential physics students at the Naval Postgraduate School. If you are an NPS student and would like more information about taking the course PC3014 - Intermediate Applied Physics Laboratory: POC: Dr. Paul Leary Phone: (831) 656-6223 Email: pleary@nps.edu

PC3014 Intermediate Applied Physics Laboratory (Digital Electronics Course)

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 This course is offered to residential physics students at the Naval Postgraduate School. If you are an NPS student and would like more information about taking the course PC3014 - Intermediate Applied Physics Laboratory: POC: Dr. Paul Leary Phone: (831) 656-6223 Email: pleary@nps.edu

[DEMONSTRATION] - Two-Dimensional Colliding Pendulums

 Two identical billiard-ball pendulums touch side-by-side in equilibrium. The balls are pulled aside a small amount in the transverse direction, and one ball is given a velocity directly toward the other ball, which is initially at rest. Repeated collisions occur, where one ball undergoes uniform circular motion (conical pendulum) over a half-cycle, and the other ball undergoes simple harmonic motion (planar pendulum) over the same half-cycle, with the roles continually reversing. The repetition occurs because, for small amplitudes, a conical pendulum can be considered as the superposition of two planar pendulums of the same length and amplitude, but with a 90o phase difference. The uniform circular motion is actually not necessary. For small amplitudes, the general motion is elliptical, which is the superposition of two perpendicular simple harmonic motions of the same period but different amplitudes. The motion slowly degrades due to the fact that the collisions are not perfectly elastic. The weak inelasticity is demonstrated directly with repeated one-dimensional collisions, which show an accumulative effect where the balls eventually move together in contact. Finally, for large amplitudes, a dramatic breakdown of the repetition occurs due to nonlinearity. The period of the uniform circular motion decreases, whereas the period of the planar motion increases, so the collision second collision fails be head-on. This causes motion to not repeat and to be complicated (probably chaotic). Another reason for the high-amplitude behavior is that the motion is very sensitive to the lack of an initial collision that is precisely head-on. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

[DEMONSTRATION] - Two-Dimensional Colliding Pendulums

 10 aylar önce

 Two identical billiard-ball pendulums touch side-by-side in equilibrium. The balls are pulled aside a small amount in the transverse direction, and one ball is given a velocity directly toward the other ball, which is initially at rest. Repeated collisions occur, where one ball undergoes uniform circular motion (conical pendulum) over a half-cycle, and the other ball undergoes simple harmonic motion (planar pendulum) over the same half-cycle, with the roles continually reversing. The repetition occurs because, for small amplitudes, a conical pendulum can be considered as the superposition of two planar pendulums of the same length and amplitude, but with a 90o phase difference. The uniform circular motion is actually not necessary. For small amplitudes, the general motion is elliptical, which is the superposition of two perpendicular simple harmonic motions of the same period but different amplitudes. The motion slowly degrades due to the fact that the collisions are not perfectly elastic. The weak inelasticity is demonstrated directly with repeated one-dimensional collisions, which show an accumulative effect where the balls eventually move together in contact. Finally, for large amplitudes, a dramatic breakdown of the repetition occurs due to nonlinearity. The period of the uniform circular motion decreases, whereas the period of the planar motion increases, so the collision second collision fails be head-on. This causes motion to not repeat and to be complicated (probably chaotic). Another reason for the high-amplitude behavior is that the motion is very sensitive to the lack of an initial collision that is precisely head-on. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

[DEMONSTRATION] - Resonance: Torsional Oscillator and Barton’s Pendulum

 From Dr. Denardo, "I forgot to state something at 13:04 minutes. The drive is SLOWLY increased so that the RESPONSE IS IN THE STEADY STATE; otherwise, transients are introduced." Driven damped torsional oscillator: In the steady state, the maximum response of a driven oscillator occurs on resonance, where the drive frequency equals the natural frequency. The velocity is in-phase with the force, which corresponds to maximum energy transfer, and the displacement lags the force by 90 degrees. For drive frequencies that are significantly less than the resonance frequency, the motion is relatively small, and the displacement is in-phase with the force (quasistatic Hooke’s law). For drive frequencies that are significantly greater than the resonance frequency, the motion is also relatively small, and the displacement is 180o out-of-phase with the force. Sonar projectors are usually driven on resonance to obtain the greatest amplitude. Barton’s pendulums: Flexible pendulums of different lengths and thus resonance frequencies are driven by a much heavier pendulum. The pendulum with the greatest amplitude has the same length as the driving pendulum, which is due to resonance. The shortest pendulum is nearly in-phase with the driving pendulum, while the longest pendulum is nearly 180o out-of-phase. The results are the same as the driven damped torsional oscillator, but the perspective is reversed here: Instead of the drive frequency being altered, the drive frequency is fixed and the oscillator is changed!

[DEMONSTRATION] - Resonance: Torsional Oscillator and Barton’s Pendulum

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 From Dr. Denardo, "I forgot to state something at 13:04 minutes. The drive is SLOWLY increased so that the RESPONSE IS IN THE STEADY STATE; otherwise, transients are introduced." Driven damped torsional oscillator: In the steady state, the maximum response of a driven oscillator occurs on resonance, where the drive frequency equals the natural frequency. The velocity is in-phase with the force, which corresponds to maximum energy transfer, and the displacement lags the force by 90 degrees. For drive frequencies that are significantly less than the resonance frequency, the motion is relatively small, and the displacement is in-phase with the force (quasistatic Hooke’s law). For drive frequencies that are significantly greater than the resonance frequency, the motion is also relatively small, and the displacement is 180o out-of-phase with the force. Sonar projectors are usually driven on resonance to obtain the greatest amplitude. Barton’s pendulums: Flexible pendulums of different lengths and thus resonance frequencies are driven by a much heavier pendulum. The pendulum with the greatest amplitude has the same length as the driving pendulum, which is due to resonance. The shortest pendulum is nearly in-phase with the driving pendulum, while the longest pendulum is nearly 180o out-of-phase. The results are the same as the driven damped torsional oscillator, but the perspective is reversed here: Instead of the drive frequency being altered, the drive frequency is fixed and the oscillator is changed!

Reciprocity: Examples And Quantitative Confirmation

 Reciprocity is a very remarkable and useful symmetry that exists in many different types of physical systems. Simply stated, if a system is driven at one point, and the response is detected at another point, the same response occurs if the source and receiver are interchanged. Linear passive electrical circuits are all reciprocal: If voltage source is inserted at one point, and the current is measured at another point, the same current occurs if the voltage and current points are interchanged. Reciprocity is important for sound in the ocean because it quantifies the fact that all standard underwater transducers can act as sources or sensors, and that the radiation and receiving patterns are essentially the same. In addition, reciprocity allows for an absolute calibration of a transducer without a calibrated transducer. This method is routinely used to calibrate transducers. The apparatus is due to Thomas Hofler, who was a professor at NPS. One end of a contorted aluminum strip is clamped to a table. A hanging weight is applied at a point, which causes a static flexure of the strip. The resultant vertical displacement of a different point is measured. When the source and response points are interchanged, the same displacement occurs within experimental error. The deviation could be due to nonlinearity, because reciprocity only holds for linear systems, but careful experiments show that the deviations are due to inaccuracies in the measurements of the displacements. Reciprocity also holds for flexure in the more general case where the drive is oscillatory. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

Reciprocity: Examples And Quantitative Confirmation

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 Reciprocity is a very remarkable and useful symmetry that exists in many different types of physical systems. Simply stated, if a system is driven at one point, and the response is detected at another point, the same response occurs if the source and receiver are interchanged. Linear passive electrical circuits are all reciprocal: If voltage source is inserted at one point, and the current is measured at another point, the same current occurs if the voltage and current points are interchanged. Reciprocity is important for sound in the ocean because it quantifies the fact that all standard underwater transducers can act as sources or sensors, and that the radiation and receiving patterns are essentially the same. In addition, reciprocity allows for an absolute calibration of a transducer without a calibrated transducer. This method is routinely used to calibrate transducers. The apparatus is due to Thomas Hofler, who was a professor at NPS. One end of a contorted aluminum strip is clamped to a table. A hanging weight is applied at a point, which causes a static flexure of the strip. The resultant vertical displacement of a different point is measured. When the source and response points are interchanged, the same displacement occurs within experimental error. The deviation could be due to nonlinearity, because reciprocity only holds for linear systems, but careful experiments show that the deviations are due to inaccuracies in the measurements of the displacements. Reciprocity also holds for flexure in the more general case where the drive is oscillatory. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

[DEMONSTRATION] Period of Simple Harmonic Motion

 A 1.0 kg mass is vertically suspended from a demonstration spring. A stop-clock shows that the period of vertical oscillations is independent of the amplitude. This behavior is a hallmark of simple harmonic motion, which can occur not only in oscillators but also waves. An example is sound in the ocean. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3401 (Sonar Equations), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH3452 (Underwater Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction), PH4455 (Sound Propagation in Ocean), EO2402 (Linear Systems), EO3402 (Signals and Noise), OC3260 (Ocean Acoustics).

[DEMONSTRATION] Period of Simple Harmonic Motion

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 A 1.0 kg mass is vertically suspended from a demonstration spring. A stop-clock shows that the period of vertical oscillations is independent of the amplitude. This behavior is a hallmark of simple harmonic motion, which can occur not only in oscillators but also waves. An example is sound in the ocean. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3401 (Sonar Equations), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH3452 (Underwater Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction), PH4455 (Sound Propagation in Ocean), EO2402 (Linear Systems), EO3402 (Signals and Noise), OC3260 (Ocean Acoustics).

[DEMONSTRATION] - Parametric Instability

 The demonstrations begin with a mass suspended from a spring, which is used in the video “Period of Simple Harmonic Motion.” The original 1.0 kg mass is then replaced with a 0.5 kg mass, and the longitudinal oscillations are now observed to be unstable when the amplitude exceeds a threshold value. This remarkable behavior is due to the phenomenon of parametric excitation, which is explained and demonstrated in the video “Parametric Excitation.” The instability of the mass-and-spring system is explained as an internal parametric excitation, where the longitudinal mode parametrically drives a transverse mode. This effect can occur for ships at sea, where waves excite vertical oscillations which then parametrically drive rocking oscillations. Substantial damage has been caused due to this effect! Finally, internal parametric excitation is exhibited in the normal modes of a system of two coupled pendulums. A journal article can be found here. drive.google.com/open?id=17W_GVlizWSEt8FSVEtiuMa54vW8wWCd3 Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

[DEMONSTRATION] - Parametric Instability

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 The demonstrations begin with a mass suspended from a spring, which is used in the video “Period of Simple Harmonic Motion.” The original 1.0 kg mass is then replaced with a 0.5 kg mass, and the longitudinal oscillations are now observed to be unstable when the amplitude exceeds a threshold value. This remarkable behavior is due to the phenomenon of parametric excitation, which is explained and demonstrated in the video “Parametric Excitation.” The instability of the mass-and-spring system is explained as an internal parametric excitation, where the longitudinal mode parametrically drives a transverse mode. This effect can occur for ships at sea, where waves excite vertical oscillations which then parametrically drive rocking oscillations. Substantial damage has been caused due to this effect! Finally, internal parametric excitation is exhibited in the normal modes of a system of two coupled pendulums. A journal article can be found here. drive.google.com/open?id=17W_GVlizWSEt8FSVEtiuMa54vW8wWCd3 Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

[DEMONSTRATION] - Parametric Excitation

 Several different types of driving mechanisms can excite and maintain the motion of an oscillator. The standard mechanism is a direct drive, where an oscillating force is exerted on the mass. Another mechanism, which is seldom taught in classes, is parametric excitation. This mechanism has fundamentally different properties than those of a direct drive. We first demonstrate the parametric excitation of a simple pendulum in two different ways: by modulating the length of the pendulum, and by modulating gravity. We then demonstrate the cases a toy called a “clacker,” a rod pendulum, and a large spinning button. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

[DEMONSTRATION] - Parametric Excitation

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 Several different types of driving mechanisms can excite and maintain the motion of an oscillator. The standard mechanism is a direct drive, where an oscillating force is exerted on the mass. Another mechanism, which is seldom taught in classes, is parametric excitation. This mechanism has fundamentally different properties than those of a direct drive. We first demonstrate the parametric excitation of a simple pendulum in two different ways: by modulating the length of the pendulum, and by modulating gravity. We then demonstrate the cases a toy called a “clacker,” a rod pendulum, and a large spinning button. Supports the following NPS courses: PH3119 (Oscillation and Waves), PH3451 (Fundamental Acoustics), PH4454 (Sonar Transduction).

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