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2.6 - Radial stationary waves

The produced layers L form a radial standing wave.

Radial stationary waves

Illustration 2.6.1 – Radial stationary waves


The resulting layer frequencies and wavelengths can be calculated:


2.6.1 - Equation: wavelength


Each generated layer L can also be understood as radial standing wave.

radial basic wave

Illustration 2.6.2 – radial basic wave


The antinodes of oscillation so the oscillation maxima are always on the layer, as shown in Chapter 2.4 at the basic frequency.

To this basic oscillation suitable harmonics still come:

harmonic waves

Illustration 2.6.3 – radial harmonic waves


2.6.2 - Equation: wavelength n = 1,2,3,4,...


2.6.3 - Theorem: The layers are stationary extremal states and form radial standing waves.

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