Although the computation of vibrations in solid structures is routine, visualization of time-dependent vibrations within structures is a relatively undeveloped field. Ceinture Louis Vuitton Vrai Ou Fausse In this paper, visualization methods are applied to vibrations in underwater structures excited by continuous incident sound. Visualization provides a more explicit understanding and reveals features of the underlying Chaussure Louis Vuitton Bebe elastic-wave behavior not previously known. In particular it is shown that the elastic-wave behavior is dominated by waves whose displacement moves along paths around a center of oscillation. Small-scale rotational waves in this type or turbules, are shown to occur even inside thin shells where their function is to change the direction of flexural displacement as the incident-wave excitation moves over the exterior of the structure. Computed results are presented for canonical shapes such as spheres, and spherical shells. It is expected that the features of elastic-wave behavior will be similar for more general body shapes and for other types of excitation. Visualization results are also presented for sound-power flow around and through a solid sphere. The principal Chaussures Louis Vuitton Homme Pas Cher application of the visualization of elastic vibrations is believed to be in noise and vibration control.