This video lecture series by Prof. Roger Moore from the University of Alberta includes both screencast lectures, as well as comprehensive laboratory experiments to explain a whole range of topics in fluid mechanics and wave motion. The lectures are all offered in HD quality.
Major topics include: elasticity, fluid statics, fluid dynamics, oscillations, and waves.
Prof. Moore explaining Wave Interference in great detail on the screencast portion of Lecture 27
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