Amplitude and Phase of Wave Packets in a Linear Potential.

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Summary of "Amplitude and Phase of Wave Packets in a Linear Potential."

We theoretically study and successfully observe the evolution of Gaussian and Airy surface gravity water wave packets propagating in an effective linear potential. This potential results from a homogeneous and time-dependent flow created by a computer-controlled water pump. For both wave packets we measure the amplitudes and the cubic phases appearing due to the linear potential. Furthermore, we demonstrate that the self-acceleration of the Airy surface gravity water wave packets can be completely canceled by a linear potential.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 124302


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