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Old 3rd May 2010, 06:37 PM   #1
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Last week I went to Kalihari, which has an indoor wave pool. I realized that this pool was a conical horn section and was being driven by a pure cross mode. It was very interesting to watch the waves as one could clearly see how these HOMs propagated. Even though the principle mode was a cross mode, the wavefronts at the edges of the pool always moved parallel to the walls. It was a very interesting thing to see peaks and dips across the wavefront (they are actually stationary) as it propagated normal to this wavefront.

Check it out if you ever go. The water slides are a lot of fun as well.
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