Longitudinal waves travel in a medium due to alternate compression & rarefactions ie. they travel due to variation in pressure.
when large waves join
When operating a boat in large waves and high wind, you are advised to reduce your speed and head into the waves at a slight angle.
It moves with the same frequency and amplitude as the seismic waves, while the large mass suspended within it is damped from these oscillations due to it's own inertia. The relative movement between this stationary mass and the frame can then be recorded.
It makes large waves larger.
Waves in the eye of a hurricane are large and unpredictable. The powerful winds of the eye wall generate large waves that can interact with one another in the eye.
Large storm waves usually carry sand AWAY FROM the beach.
both the radio waves and infrared waves travels at the same speed but different in their frequency and wavelength Radio waves: In radio waves wavelength is large(1 to 100km) and frequency is small Radio waves are less energetic than infrared waves Infrared waves: In infrared waves wavelength is small (0.7-30 micrometer) and frequency is large Infrared waves are more energetic than radio waves
Tsunamis or tidal waves.
Yes, hurricanes can produce very large waves.
Why scientist think that large crashing waves split apart large rocks by compressing air in the cracks?
becaues large, crashing waves have a force large enough to put enough pressure on the rocks to crack them
Sound waves are resulted due to vibrations.
Ocean waves are a result of underwater earthguakes where as surface waves are due to the wind blowing over the ocean surface
The Sun doesn't create waves on the ocean and large bodies of water. The waves are caused by the wind.
It means large waves that will wreck seaside towns.
Large, slow brain waves associated with relaxation and falling asleep.
Both are produced due to the disturbance of the particles of the medium.
Water waves are formed on oceans due to movement of air in the atmosphere. Deep waves ae formed due to attraction of moon, they get to the coast to add on with natural waves.
Gamma rays are very high energetic rays whereas radio waves are very weak in strength. However, radio waves can travel far distances and have large wavelength. Radio waves have large application in the field of telecommunication.
Mechanical Waves: 1.Mechanical waves need a material medium for their propagation. 2.These waves are produced due to the vibrations of the particles of the medium. 3.They have low speed. Electromagnetic Waves: 1.Electromagnetic waves do not need any material medium for their propagation. 2.They are caused due to change in electric and magnetic fields. 3.They have high speed.
The large waves has a giant ship on it so that the waves could move the large chunk of rocks Answer When the large wave stirkes the rock, the wave recedes back to the sea taking with it all of the smaller pebbles and sand that support the large rock. If the weight of the water in the wave behind the rock exceeds that of the rock it will take the rock with it. Given… Read More
Tsunami are waves caused by sudden movement of the ocean due to earthquakes, landslides on the sea floor, land slumping into the ocean, large volcanic eruptions or meteorite impact in the ocean.
I think as tidal waves generate due to the gravitational attraction force of sun and the moon. due to this attraction sea water pulled up and down.
Surface waves due to their high amplitudes.
P waves do not cause significant damage to buildings, due to their bigger amplitudes.
It propagates by the to and fro motion of air particles along the direction of wave propagation. Compressions (regions of high air density and pressure) and rarefactions (regions of low air density and pressure) are set-up in the process. Its propagation is aided due to the fact that sound can diffract through very large angles. This is due to the large wavelength of the sound waves.
Waves commonly move in a circular pattern. This is due to the transfer of energy from air molecules. Waves can either be transverse or longitudinal.
Yes. The Sun emits electromagnetic waves in a large range of frequencies, including radio waves.
In order for a Tsunami to form a large amount of water in the ocean has to be displaced. When an Earthquake occurs under the sea (due to the sudden release of pressure between tectonic plates) the sea bed moves causing water to be displaced. As the water rushes upwards it creates a series of large waves, Tsunami waves which travel extremely fast and can be devastating upon coastal cities.
Wave energy is energy produced by waved that is used to generate electricity or pump water. It is strongest on the seacoasts due to waves driven by winds crossing large areas of the ocean.
Most water waves are not dangerous, however, sometimes they are very large. Large waves at sea would be caused by high winds, and can sink boats. Large wave on the shore are the result of earthquakes, and can cause enormous damage to buildings that are near the shore, as well as drowning people.
P-waves and primary waves are the same thing. They may also be known as pressure waves (or compression waves) due to their mode of propagation, the way they move through the Earth.
Subduction and Earthquakes
Large waves produced by earthquakes are known as tsunamis. Define: Tsunami - A very large and destructive wave, generally caused by a tremendous disturbance in the ocean, such as an undersea earthquake or volcanic eruption.
P or Primary waves may also be known as pressure waves due to their mode of propagation (the way the move) through the Earth.
Electric waves produced due to lightning and radio waves (Long waves) are invisible electro magnetic radiations.
No. Large waves and storm surges are a product of hurricanes.
Different types of waves (sound waves, electromagnetic waves, water waves, etc.) travel by different methods. It can be a sequence of collisions, each colliding particle carrying the wave forward to the next collision, or it can be a matter of force fields that vary in a sine-wave pattern due to the motion of the particle that generates them, or it can be an oscillation due to gravity, etc.
Because of their low frequency, long duration, and large amplitude
Yes because a large disturbance requires so much energy
due to exiting electrons
the normal waves are produced due to the attractional or gravitational force between the earth and the moon but the tsunamis are caused due to the movement of the tectonic plates undet the ocean.
the definition that tsunami is a tidal wave is a misperception..... by the way ,it is not a tidal wave,but a series of large waves caused due to an undersea landslide or volcano.... I learnt it in 6th grade dude...
This is perhaps due to the fact that electromagnetic waves do not require a medium to travel in. They can move through a vacuum without being diminished.
title waves or tsunami's
head into waves at a slight angle and reduce speed
Head into the waves at a slight angle and reduce speed
Head into the waves at a slight angle and reduce speed
Waves need not require medium to travel through. Only Mechanical waves like sound waves require medium to travel through. Electromagnetic waves travel in vaccum like light waves. Some waves transmitted in a medium due to disturbances in the medium .