Fresnel Diffraction 1.1a

A Java based simulation that generates Fresnel diffraction patterns
Fresnel Diffraction
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Fresnel Diffraction is a free and Java based physics simulator that will help you generate Fresnel diffraction patterns, which are the shadows cast by small apertures when using a plane source of monochromatic light as a light source.

When you start up the applet, a circular aperture will be used. This is the pattern generated when a plane source of monochromatic light is shined on a small circular hole (about 5 mm across) in an otherwise opaque object.

The red line is the outline of the geometrical shadow (the shadow which would be cast if there were no diffraction).

You can select a different aperture shape (such as a half plane, double slit, triple slit, rectangle, etc.) from the Aperture popup. Or you can change the size of the circle by dragging the red line with the mouse.

last updated on:
August 22nd, 2014, 11:46 GMT
file size:
97 KB
price:
FREE!
license type:
Freeware
developed by:
Paul Falstad
operating system(s):
Mac OS X
binary format:
Universal Binary
category:
Home \ Math/Scientific
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