What you need to know about mechanical waves

Mechanical waves are phenomena in which electrical currents are generated within a liquid that are then directed outward to produce electrical fields that generate mechanical waves.

They have been shown to be the cause of many of the phenomena seen in natural phenomena such as lightning.

Mechanical waves are not new, and the concept has been used in a number of disciplines including optics, electrical engineering, biology, and physics.

In this article, we will review the fundamentals of the topic and then take a closer look at the theory behind these phenomena.