Wavefunction: superposition of an infinite number of plane waves traveling along the x-axis

Wavefunction: superposition of an infinite number of plane waves traveling along the x-axis

50 randomised then superimposed plane waves (made in MATLAB) [2560x1080] - See more on Classy Bro

50 randomised then superimposed plane waves (made in MATLAB) [2560x1080] - See more on Classy Bro

Car waxing beauty polishing disc wheel self-adhesive wool ball polishing machine plane wave sponge disk

Car waxing beauty polishing disc wheel self-adhesive wool ball polishing machine plane wave sponge disk

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Virtual aircraft (a) and its physical counterpart (b). The computer model includes the fuselage, the furniture and a cable harness. The virtual aircraft is assumed to be in free space, and exposed to a plane wave.

Virtual aircraft (a) and its physical counterpart (b). The computer model includes the fuselage, the furniture and a cable harness. The virtual aircraft is assumed to be in free space, and exposed to a plane wave.

"I thresholded 5 summed plane waves to generate the following point distribution. The Fourier transform of this lattice looks more like what one might expect for a crystal." - Michael Rule

"I thresholded 5 summed plane waves to generate the following point distribution. The Fourier transform of this lattice looks more like what one might expect for a crystal." - Michael Rule

Huygens' principle applied to a plane wave front @ http://www.wonderwhizkids.com/physics/waves-and-optics/interference-and-diffraction

Huygens' principle applied to a plane wave front @ http://www.wonderwhizkids.com/physics/waves-and-optics/interference-and-diffraction

This image depicts the interaction of nine plane waves—expanding sets of ripples, like the waves you would see if you simultaneously dropped 9 stones into a still pond. The pattern is called a quasicrystal because it has an ordered structure, but the structure never repeats exactly. The waves produced by dropping four or more stones into a pond always form a quasicrystal. Harvard physicist Eric Heller created this computer rendering and added color to make the pattern’s structure easier to…

This image depicts the interaction of nine plane waves—expanding sets of ripples, like the waves you would see if you simultaneously dropped 9 stones into a still pond. The pattern is called a quasicrystal because it has an ordered structure, but the structure never repeats exactly. The waves produced by dropping four or more stones into a pond always form a quasicrystal. Harvard physicist Eric Heller created this computer rendering and added color to make the pattern’s structure easier to…

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