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Sound and Hearing2 The Action of a Vibrating Body
FORCED VIBRATION AND RESONANCE
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absorption acoustic adjusted air column alternating current amplifier amplitude anode antinodes apparatus audible beats calculate cause clarinet coil combination tones compression constant curve cycle damping Describe diameter diaphragm direction disc displacement distance disturbance Doppler effect effect electric equal equation force fundamental frequency give given increase instrument Intensity Level interval Kundt's tube longitudinal longitudinal waves loudness maximum medium method metres microphone Modulus motion moving musical natural frequency nodes note emitted oboe observer obtained octave organ pipe oscillation phase piston pitch plate position pressure produced propagation proportional ratio reflected resonance tube result reverberation rotating scale sensation level Simple Harmonic Simple Harmonic Motion sonometer sound in air sound waves specific heats speed stationary waves temperature tension tone transverse transverse waves travelling tuning fork tuning-fork valve variation varies velocity of sound wave-form wavelength wind wire Young's Modulus