Wave Apparatus Demo, Metal - Longitudinal and Transverse Motion - Eisco Labs


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Wave Apparatus Demo, Metal - Longitudinal and Transverse Motion - Eisco Labs
Wave apparatus demonstration model shows the fundamentals of longitudinal and transverse wave motions. Made of high quality metal. Consists of a number of eccentric discs supporting a series of metal rods revolving on a handle. Handle is rotated to cause a series of cams to rotate which, in turn, cause a set of 16 vertical rods to rise and fall. Their motion follows that of a sine wave (vertical motion is caused by circular rotary motion). Transverse motion is visible by observing the tips of the rods (like a ripple in a water tank or a vibrating guitar string). A scale placed behind the handle divides the rotary motion into degrees of rotational angle so that the relationship or 'phase' between the rotary and the vertical motions may also be studied.
A great way to demonstrate and explain various physics principles. Eisco Labs proudly manufactures its own products using state-of-the-art equipment, and following the highest standards of quality control.
Each product is carefully designed by a team of laboratory professionals and experienced engineers with quality and durability in mind. They are manufactured with only the highest grade, raw materials and according to international quality standards to ensure that they can withstand use in even the toughest laboratory environments.
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BrandEisco ManufacturerEisco Product TypeScience Gifts MpnPH0712
ADVANCED MODEL || Wave apparatus demonstration model shows the fundamentals of longitudinal and transverse wave motions
HIGH QUALITY INSTRUMENT || Made of high quality metal - Consists of a number of eccentric discs supporting a series of metal rods revolving on a handle
SHOWS MULTIPLE WAVE MOTIONS || Handle is rotated to cause a series of cams to rotate which, in turn, cause a set of 16 vertical rods to rise and fall. Their motion follows that of a sine wave (vertical motion is caused by circular rotary motion). Transverse motion is visible by observing the tips of the rods
like a ripple in a water tank or a vibrating guitar string)
USED TO STUDY RELATIONSHIP || A scale placed behind the handle divides the rotary motion into degrees of rotational angle so that the relationship or
phase' between the rotary and the vertical motions may also be studied
EXCELLENT RESOURCE || A great way to demonstrate and explain various physics principles Check out my other items.
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