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When the nozzle becomes obstructed, there is a plume of water suspended in the air, the jet beneath it having been diminished. This plume falls to the surface of the fountain pond with greater energy than the water which is coming from the obstructed nozzle. This causes the wave to be. Downward, adding energy to the wave so that it sloshes outward again. So, if energy is always being added to the wave, why doesn't the wave get so big that it sloshes right over the side of the fountain? An exhibit at the ...
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