Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 17:06:10 -0700

Author: Tim Cook

Subject: Pendulum Waves

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Hello all:

Say, does anyone know how large the pendulum waves apparatus can be made as
a practical matter? Any idea Dick(Berg)? I remember hearing somewhere
fairly recently about a bowling ball sized attempt which flopped, possibly
due to undesired coupling. I'm thinking of making a good sized one for a
large display case. Thanks for any comments.

Tim


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Tim Cook
Physics and Astronomy Instructional Resource Team Leader
Arizona State University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
PO Box 871504, Bldg. PS Rm. F470
Tempe, Arizona 85287-1504

Phone: 480-965-4020
FAX: 480-965-7954
timcook@asu.edu

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Hello all:



Say, does anyone know how large the =
pendulum waves apparatus can be made as a practical matter? Any idea =
Dick(Berg)?  I remember hearing somewhere fairly recently about a =
bowling ball sized attempt which flopped, possibly due to undesired =
coupling. I'm thinking of making a good sized one for a large display =
case. Thanks for any comments.



Tim





FACE=3D"Geneva">******************************************

Tim Cook

Physics and Astronomy =
Instructional Resource Team Leader


Arizona State =
University


Department of Physics and =
Astronomy


PO Box 871504,  Bldg. =
PS   Rm. F470


Tempe, Arizona  =
85287-1504



Phone: 480-965-4020

FAX: 480-965-7954

timcook@asu.edu





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