Wave phenomena in a ripple tank 3D model

The angle of incidence and angle of reflection will be the same. If a concave parabolic obstacle is used, a planewave pulse will converge on a point after reflection. This point is the focal point of the mirror. Circular waves can be produced by dropping a single drop of water into theripple tank.

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