Continuous Oscillatory Baffed Reactor Demonstration of NiTech's Continuous Oscillatory Baffled Reactor - for plug flow reaction of soilds over 1/2 hour
Oscillatory Kolbe reaction Rhythmic bubble formation and removal during the Kolbe reaction
Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids: Supplemental Video 6a A supplemental video from the 2012 review by Patricia Ern, Frédéric Risso, David Fabre, and Jacques Magnaudet, "Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids," from the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics: Supplemental Videos 6a and 6B show an infinitely thin disk with I* = 0.06 undergoing (a) a highly nonlinear fluttering motion for Ar = 83 and (b) a tumbling motion for Ar = 156 [from a DNS by Auguste (2010)]. The wake is visualized with an isosurface of the λ2 criterion (Jeong & Hussain 1995), the color reflecting the sign and magnitude of the streamwise vorticity.
Briggs-Rauscher Iodine Oscillation Reaction.mp4 The spectacular Briggs-Rauscher oscillatory reaction played out on a large scale!!
The Mortal Oscillatory Rate. Suppressed medical technology from the 1930's.
Undulation vs. Oscillation Batoid fishes (sawfishes, skates, stingrays) are morphologically ***ogous having dorsoventrally flattened bodies and greatly expanded pectoral fins. Batoids can be divided into two subgroups based on their method of propulsion through the water (for review see Rosenberger 2001): using the body and tail (axial-based locomotion) or large pectoral fins (pectoral fin-based locomotion). Pectoral fin-based locomotion has traditionally been divided into two further categories; oscillation and undulation. Undulation of the pectoral fins is defined by having more than a single wave present on the fins at a time (Webb 1994). Batoid fishes that use this method include most stingrays and skates. By contrast, oscillation of the pectoral fins has less than half a wave on the fins at a time (Webb 1994). This group includes the pelagic rays such as manta, cownose, eagle and bat rays. A recent study by Rosenberger (2001) showed that most species demonstrating pectoral fin-based locomotion fall along a continuum between undulation and oscillation. For example, the southern stingray (Dasyatis americana) exhibits both forms of pectoral fin locomotion determined by swimming behavior and speed. As their velocity increases they shift from the oscillatory to the undulatory form. The following footage shows D. americana exhibiting first undulatory and then oscillatory swimming patterns as they slow down; and the spotted eagle ray (Rhinoptera bonasus) demonstrating only the oscillatory behavior ...
Improved Gas Liquid Mixing using Oscillatory Baffled Column Demonstration of gas dispersion within liquid using Oscillatory Baffled Column. Liquid is pulsed through the column and generates very effective mixing around baffles. Gas is dispersed into uniform small bubbles.
Gomora's Hyper Oscillatory Wave I threw this together to act as a vehicle for the roar, so I can use it later, but I guess other people can enjoy it, too. Done in Pencil
Cracking sheets: Oscillatory fracture paths in thin elastic sheets Pedro M. Reis, Basile Audoly, and Benoit Roman Chaos 18, 041108 (2008) A blunt cutting tool is forced through a thin elastic sheet that is held along its lateral boundaries, a strikingly regular wavy cut can be left behind. The thin film is brittle, hence it undergoes negligible irreversible deformation besides fracture. the coupling of classical theories for elastic plates and for crack propagation can be reduced to a simple set of geometrical rules which explain this experimentally observed oscillatory crack behavior in thin brittle films.
Jalpen: An Oscillatory Oblivion of Confusion 'The Pivot Musical' An older Jalpen track: This is the music video to 'An Oscillatory Oblivion of Confusion' off the first Jalpen album 'A Random Cascade of Events', it has also been branded the 'Pivot Musical' enjoy. (lyrics coming soon)
 High Force Oscillatory Voice Coil Positioning Stage High Force Oscillatory Voice Coil Positioning Stage H2W's voice coil positioning Stage (P/N VCS12-1000-LB-C) is an open loop system that can be used for high force, oscillatory applications that required sinusoidal motion. The stage is driven by an NCC moving coil type linear actuator and is guided by two ceramic coated shafts sliding within two precision linear bushings. Each voice coil has a 1.2" [30.5 mm] stroke, generates 100 lbs [445 N] of continuous force and 300 lbs [1362 N] of peak force. It can be supplied with springs so that the voice coil will operate as a balanced spring mass system. Digital output linear encoders are available as an option. Features: - High Force - High acceleration available - Low maintenance - Custom strokes and force configurations available For more information on Voice Coil Positioning Stages, please visit: www.h2
Oscillatory Motion Example 2 Part 2.avi This video illustrates how to ***yze the subsequent motion of a block and spring which is hit by another block by applying conservation of momentum.
Oscillatory natural convection in a square enclosure Natural convection of a low-Prandtl-number fluid is computed for a square enclosure in which one vertical wall is heated and the opposing vertical wall is cooled both isothermally while other two horizontal walls are adiabatic.
Squat Rx #13: Box SQ, Pause SQ, OI SQ Box, pause, and oscillatory isometric squats are discussed.
Oscillatory vibration in telescope piers A brief introduction to oscillatory vibration that can occur in telescope piers. Presented by Robert J Dalby Produced by The Astronomy and Nature Centre.
Oscillatory Motion Example 1 Part 3.avi This video illustrates how to set up and solve for the equations of motion of a block and spring with some given initial conditions.
Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids: Supplemental Video 2a A supplemental video from the 2012 review by Patricia Ern, Frédéric Risso, David Fabre, and Jacques Magnaudet, "Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids," from the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics: An approximately oblate spheroidal air bubble with χ ≈ 2.0 and Re ≈ 760 rising in water (the sphere of same volume would have a diameter of 2.5 mm). The path is close to a planar zigzag. From experiments by Riboux et al. (2010).
3100A High Frequency Oscillatory Ventilator 20 Year Celebration Hear from real patients, familes and doctors on how the 3100A HFOV helped give another chance at life.
Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids: Supplemental Video 1b A supplemental video from the 2012 review by Patricia Ern, Frédéric Risso, David Fabre, and Jacques Magnaudet, "Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids," from the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics: Supplemental Videos 1a, 1b, 1c, and 1d show a sequence of the first four unsteady bifurcated states in the wake of a short cylinder of aspect ratio χ = 3 held fixed at normal incidence in a uniform stream. From a DNS by Auguste et al. (2010). Supplemental Video 1b: Knit-knot state with two frequencies and no reflectional symmetry for Re = 187.
Measuring oscillatory velocity fields due to swimming algae.mp4 Video for Physics Update of Monday 18 October 2010
Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids: Supplemental Video 1a A supplemental video from the 2012 review by Patricia Ern, Frédéric Risso, David Fabre, and Jacques Magnaudet, "Wake-Induced Oscillatory Paths of Bodies Freely Rising or Falling in Fluids," from the Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics: Supplemental Videos 1a, 1b, 1c, and 1d show a sequence of the first four unsteady bifurcated states in the wake of a short cylinder of aspect ratio χ = 3 held fixed at normal incidence in a uniform stream. From a DNS by Auguste et al. (2010). Supplemental Video 1a: Reflectional symmetry preserving (RSP) state for Re = 182.
Genemco's Used Stokes Oscillatory Granulator Stock No: HDPH556.17 Compression Components & Service, LLC (formerly Stokes) Oscillatory Granulator. Model: 43-A. The oscillating granulator is extensively used wherever tablets or pellets are produced. Oscillatory granulator is used for both wet and dry granulation processes. All parts in contact with the product to be granulated are of high quality stainless steel. Included are: (7) Stainless steel screens that range from 0.185 in. to 0.020 in. mesh. Hopper inlet: 15-1/2 in. L x 15 in. W x 7-1/2 in. SW. Hopper outlet: 15 in. L x 6 in. W. Overall dimensions: 3ft. 3 in. L x 2 ft. 10 in. W x 4 ft. 8 in. H. For more information, visit:
Basics of Rheometry - Oscillation Here are some impressions from the third and final rheo-course with Joe Flow, on the basics of oscillatory rheological testing. www.anton-
Converting steady laminar flow to oscillatory flow through a hydroelasticity approach at microscales Video related to Communication appearing in Lab on a Chip. HM Xia et al., "Converting steady laminar flow to oscillatory flow through a hydroelasticity approach at microscales". Read the Communication at
Fountains of droplets in oscillatory meniscus From "A fountain of droplets," authored by D. Terwagne, G. Delon, N. Adami, N. Vandewalle, H. Caps, S. Dorbolo (GRASP, Département de Physique, Université de Liège, Belgium), Submitted to ArXiv on 15 Oct 2010: "A vessel is plunged upside down into a pool of 50 cSt silicone oil. An air bell is then created. This bell is vertically shaken at 60 Hz that leads to the oscillation of the air/oil interface. The edges of the immersed vessel generate surface waves that propagate towards the center of the bell. When the amplitude of the oscillation increases, wave amplitude increases. We study the influence of the angle between successive sides on the wave patterns. Two kinds of vessel have been studied: a triangular and a square prism. The shape of the air/oil meniscus depends on the angle between the sides of the considered prism. As the amplitude of the oscillation is increased, the triple line, which is the contact line between the solid and the air/oil interface, moves up and down. Above a given acceleration that depends on the immersion depth and on the shape vessel, wave goes under the corner edge of the bell. During the oscillation, the wave generates at the edges presents a singularity that leads eventually to a jet and a drop ejection. A drop is ejected at each oscillation. More complicated ejection can be produced with further increase of the amplitude. This is a sample arXiv article illustrating the use of fluid dynamics videos."
Network Oscillations and Information Flow Changes in patterns of oscillatory activity may influence signal routing among interconnected brain areas. In this video abstract, Thomas Akam and Dimitri Kullmann take you on a personally guided tour of their study examining the mechanisms that enable oscillatory control of signal propagation. Read more in Akam and Kullmann et al., Neuron 67(2).
Voice Lesson - Vibrato and other Oscillatory functions Bellon the Wise talks about vibrato and other Oscillatory functions of the voice. Join the Bellon the Wise vocal forum to discuss vocal issues. Art (C) by Stephan Stölting http Thank you Stephan!
Oscillatory Motion Theory.avi This video describes the basic theory of undamped oscillatory motion including the equations of motion for position, velocity, acceleration and for potential and kinetic energy.
Scan Modulation Oscillatory Harmonics Scan Modulation Oscillatory Harmonics is an experiment in pure video synthesis. It attempts to explore the relationship of interacting background and foreground formations created entirely by linear transformation modulation geometry - distortion applied within the two-dimensional plane of the video frame. The Adobe Premier Wave Warp function was used to create the geometric distortions, often with second and third order processing to reach the desired optical effect. The basic concept was to emulate the scan modulation techniques similar in appearance to the Rutt-Etra Scan Processor or the incredibly versatile Scanimate system. These machines operated on an ***ogue transformation/modulation of an image, and could produce animated and fluid motions by patching in the appropriate waveforms to create the desired movement. The video uses modulation transformations to create a contemplative aural and visual meditation, one to ignite creative visualisation. An organic realisation is achieved in the animation using several kinds of additive image techniques, primarily negative and positive superimposition of forms. Shimmering moire effects are created by the superimposition of separately coloured sources. BACKGROUND Linear transformation of horizontal and vertical stripes. Second and third order modulation was applied using sine, triangle and square waves to greatly distort the lines. The moire effect was created by colouring the sources and using a form of negative ...
Mod-3 Lec-1 Viscously Damped Free Vibration Special Cases: Oscillatory Lecture Series on Mechanical Vibrations by Prof.Rajiv Tiwari, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Guwahati. For more details on NPTEL visit nptel.iitm.ac.in
Oscillatory flow over wave ripples Underwater video of oscillatory flow over wave ripples in a laboratory flume
Substrate bound plasmodial sheet formation and oscillation at different sensory coupling scales Synthetic plasmodium bound to substrate formation at sensory offset 15 Non inertial and inertial (oscillatory behaviour shown) Scale is then changed to SO 5 and later to SO 25 Increasing sensor offset scale distance produces larger and more stable oscillations and quicker minimisation in non-inertial mode.
Oscillatory Motion Example 1 Part 1.avi This video illustrates how to set up and solve for the equations of motion of a block and spring with some given initial conditions.
Oscillatory Stretching and Soft Tissue Release Demonstration of how to apply Oscillatory Stretching and both Passive and Active Soft Tissue Release
The Universal One-The Universal Pulse: All Motion is Oscillatory The Universal One by Walter Russel, chapter entitled The Universal Pulse:All Motion is Oscillatory (with diagram, although more in chapter). Music-Erik Satie:Pièces Froides - Trois Airs À Fuir
Oscillatory Motion Example 1 Part 2.avi This video illustrates how to set up and solve for the equations of motion of a block and spring with some given initial conditions.
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Oscillatory Ripples Experimental film depicting the movement of sand waves.
Oscillatory Thermopower Waves Based on Bi2Te3 Films Supplementary videos from the paper authored by Sumeet Walia, Rodney Weber, Kay Latham, Phred Petersen, Joel T. Abrahamson, Michael S. Strano, Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh, "Oscillatory Thermopower Waves Based on Bi2Te3 Films," Advanced Functional Materials 21: 2072--2079, June 7, 2011 See also the paper Joel T. Abrahamson, Wonjoon Choi, Nicole S. Schonenbach, Jungsik Park, Jae-Hee Han, Michael P. Walsh, Kourosh Kalantar-zadeh, and Michael S. Strano, "Wavefront Velocity Oscillations of Carbon-Nanotube-Guided Thermopower Waves: Nanoscale Alternating Current Sources," ACS Nano 5: 367--375, 2011
Physics: Waves and oscillations (1) Physics: Waves and oscillations. Period, frequency, angular frequency, wavelength, amplitude. Simple harmonic motion; springs; conservation ofenergy. This is a recording of a tutoring session, posted with the student's permission. These videos are offered on a "pay-what-you-like" basis. You can pay for the use of the videos at my website: www.freelance- For a list of all the available video series, arranged in suggested viewing order, go to my website. For a playlist containing all the videos in this series, click here: (1) Crests, troughs. Period (2) Continued. Frequency (3) Continued. Angular frequency (4) Continued. Wavelength (5) Continued (6) Continued. Simple harmonic motion; springs; k (7) Continued. Potential energy; restoring force (8) Continued. Amplitude (9) Continued. Springs; conservation of energy (10) Continued tags: education college student university exam test educational study campus school