Simulation of Transverse Standing Waves

DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2014.48026   PDF   HTML     2,706 Downloads   3,320 Views  

Abstract

Solutions of a hyperbolic partial differential equation in one dimension with appropriate initial and boundary conditions are conducive to standing waves. We consider practical initial deformations not reported in literature. Utilizing a Computer Algebra System such as Mathematica we put the formulation into action simulating the standing waves.

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Sarafian, H. (2014) Simulation of Transverse Standing Waves. World Journal of Mechanics, 4, 251-259. doi: 10.4236/wjm.2014.48026.

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