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TEORI GELOMBANG Gelombang Pengertian Gelombang Gelombang adalah suatu bentuk dari getaran yang merambat pada suatu

medium. tert entu Pada gelombang yang merambat adalah gelombangnya, bukan zat medium perantar anya. Satu gelombang dapat dilihat panjangnya dengan menghitung jarak antara lem bah dan bukit (gelombang tranversal) atau menhitung jarak antara satu rapatan de ngan satu renggangan (gelombang longitudinal). Cepat rambat gelombang adalah jar ak yang ditempuh oleh gelombang dalam waktu satu detik. 2. Gelombang longitudinal Gelombang longitudinal adalah gelombang yang merambat dalam arah yang berimpitan dengan arah getaran pada tiap bagian yang ada. Gelombang yang terjadi berupa ra patan dan renggangan. Contoh gelombang longitudinal seperti slingki / pegas yang ditarik ke samping lalu dilepas. TEORI GELOMBANG * Superposisi Gelombang * Dispersi * Kecepatan fase * Kecepatan group SUPERPOSISI GELOMBANG & DISPERSI * Superposisi Gelombang : penjumlahan dua gelombang atau lebih dapat melintasi ruang yang sama tanpa ada ketergantungan satu gelombang dengan yang lain. Elastisitas medium akan mempengaruhi bentuk gelombang yang dihasilkan. * Dispersi : fenomena superposisi gelombang yang menghasilkan bentuk gelombang yang berbeda. Contoh medium Tak Dispersif : gelombang suara di udara, gelombang elektromagnetik pada medium vakum. Contoh medium Dispersif : Gelombang laut, Gelombang cahaya melewati pandu gelombang. KECEPATAN FASE & KECEPATAN GROUP * Kecepatan fase atau cepat rambat gelombang (cw) : nilai kecepatan pada gelombang sinusoidal tunggal ? = ?0 sin k(x - ct) * Kecepatan grup atau c g Kecepatan tertentu dari deretan gelombang kontinyu merupakan perpaduan dari beberapa gelombang tunggal dengan panjang gelombang atau frekeunsi tertentu (merambat dengan satu panjang gelombang dan satu frekuensi tertentu). Read more: mR

What is GIS? A geographic information system (GIS) integrates hardware, software, and data fo r capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically ref erenced information. GIS allows us to view, understand, question, interpret, and visualize data in ma ny ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends in the form of maps, glo bes, reports, and charts. A GIS helps you answer questions and solve problems by looking at your data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared.

GIS technology can be integrated into any enterprise information system framewor k.

GIS benefits organizations of all sizes and in almost every industry. There is a growing awareness of the economic and strategic value of GIS. The benefits of G IS generally fall into five basic categories: Cost Savings and Increased Efficiency Better Decision Making Improved Communication Better Recordkeeping Managing Geographically Map Where Things Are Mapping where things are lets you find places that have the features you're look ing for and to see patterns. Map Quantities People map quantities to find places that meet their criteria and take action. A children's clothing company might want to find ZIP Codes with many young famili es with relatively high income. Public health officials might want to map the nu mbers of physicians per 1,000 people in each census tract to identify which area s are adequately served, and which are not. Map Densities A density map lets you measure the number of features using a uniform areal unit so you can clearly see the distribution. This is especially useful when mapping areas, such as census tracts or counties, which vary greatly in size. On maps s howing the number of people per census tract, the larger tracts might have more people than smaller ones. But some smaller tracts might have more people per squ are mile a higher density. Find What's Inside Use GIS to monitor what's happening and to take specific action by mapping what' s inside a specific area. For example, a district attorney would monitor drug-re lated arrests to find out if an arrest is within 1,000 feet of a school--if so, stiffer penalties apply. Find What's Nearby GIS can help you find out what's occurring within a set distance of a feature by mapping what's nearby. Map Change Map the change in an area to anticipate future conditions, decide on a course of action, or to evaluate the results of an action or policy. By mapping where and how things move over a period of time, you can gain insight into how they behav e. For example, a meteorologist might study the paths of hurricanes to predict w here and when they might occur in the future.