Earthquake Science 11

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40.89 MB

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This App lets you interactively explore the science behind earthquakes using illustrative 3D animations and simulations. You can visualize the movement of body waves and surface waves using 3D animations. You can create 2D longitudinal/transverse waves in the simulations to gain a deeper understanding of how the particles move in body waves. Also checkout a real working seismograph in this App that will plot the graph as you move your iPad!
Note - The content is available for offline use once downloaded onto your iPad
List of interactive explorations and simulations -
1. Interactively explore the causes for earthquakes
2. Types of faults
3. Create a longitudinal wave yourself, play around with parameters like frequency & amplitude to gain a deeper understanding of how p-waves form and move
4. Create a transverse wave yourself and see how s-waves could cause more damage than p-waves
5. Understand why p-waves are faster than s-waves and why body waves are faster than surface waves
6. See surface waves in action in 3D animation!
7. Play around with a real working seismograph!
8. Interactively explore why only body waves move through Earth's internal structure.
9. An illustrative animation to show how body waves and surface waves can damage a house.
10. See how body waves move through the Earth's internal structure and how shadow zones are formed.
While interactively exploring, you can find out answer to many interesting questions such as -
a. Why only body waves move through earth's internal structure?
b. Is the earthquake felt at the opposite end of the earth? Why or why not?
c. Which waves cause more damage and why?
d. Out of p-waves, s-waves and surface waves, which of these waves reach a seismic station first and why?
For Enthusiasts / Parents - Parents can use this app effectively to make your child practice and learn Science skills from these highly interactive & touch enabled game-like simulations that children would love to play with.
For Students - Students can perform the activities on the simulations presented on several figures.
For Teachers - This app can be used as a classroom tool to supplement teaching that enhances productivity. This app boosts your classroom productivity & provides a fun filled lab experience in your classroom

Earthquake Science is a free trial software application from the Teaching & Training Tools subcategory, part of the Education category. The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2015-08-30. The program can be installed on Android.

Earthquake Science (version 11) has a file size of 40.89 MB and is available for download from our website. Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 3 times. We already checked that the download link to be safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus.

Program Details


Publisher Ravindra Kompella
Released Date 2015-08-30
Languages English


Category Education
Subcategory Teaching & Training Tools

System requirements

Operating systems android

Download information

File size 40.89 MB
Total downloads 3


License model Free Trial
Price $3.00

Version History

Here you can find the changelog of Earthquake Science since it was posted on our website on 2016-09-29. The latest version is 11 and it was updated on on 2017-07-02. See below the changes in each version:

version 11

posted on 2015-08-30

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Release Date: 2015-08-30
Publisher: Ravindra Kompella
Operating System: android
Type: Free Trial