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" A' as much as possible, the corresponding value of a' is one half of its maximum. CHAPTER VI. TRANSVERSE VIBRATIONS OF STRINGS. 118. AMONG vibrating bodies there are none that occupy a more prominent position than Stretched Strings. From the earliest... "
The Theory of Sound - Page 170
by John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1894 - 984 pages
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The Theory of Sound, Volume 1

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Sound - 1877 - 984 pages
...corresponding value of a is one half of its maximum. CHAPTEE VI. TRANSVERSE VIBRATIONS OF STRINGS. 118. AMONG vibrating bodies there are none that occupy...employed in music. We shall afterwards see how to take account of any small deviations from complete flexibility and uniformity. The vibrations of a string...
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The theory of sound, Volume 1

John William Strutt (3rd baron Rayleigh.) - 1877
...corresponding value of a' is one half of its maximum. CHAPTER VI. TRANSVERSE VIBRATIONS OF STRINGS. 118. AMONG vibrating bodies there are none that occupy...employed in music. We shall afterwards see how to take account of any small deviations from complete flexibility and uniformity. The vibrations of a string...
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Sound and Music

John Augustine Zahm - Music - 1892 - 452 pages
...which characterize the vibration of wires and strings. By the term string, in acoustics, we mean " a perfectly uniform and flexible filament of solid matter stretched between two fixed points." It thus includes wires as well as strings properly so-called. An acoustic string, however, is quite...
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The Theory of Sound, Volume 1

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Sound - 1894 - 984 pages
...corresponding value of a.' is one half of its maximum. CHAPTER VI. TRANSVERSE VIBRATIONS OF STRINGS. 118. AMONO vibrating bodies there are none that occupy a more...employed in music. We shall afterwards see how to take account of any small deviations from complete flexibility and uniformity. The vibrations of a string...
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Preparatory Physics: A Short Course in the Laboratory

William John Hopkins - Physics - 1894 - 147 pages
...modes of vibration and the effects upon the ear. When we speak of a string, in acoustics, we mean a uniform and flexible filament of solid matter, stretched between two fixed points. We consider only the transverse vibrations of such a string ; that is, the vibrations across the direction...
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The Elements of Experimental Phonetics

Edward Wheeler Scripture - Phonetics - 1902 - 627 pages
...must consider the distribution of the mass of the string along its length. The ideal musical string is ' a perfectly uniform and flexible filament of solid matter stretched between two fixed points.' The strings of most musical instruments approach the ideal closely. The free vibrations of a string...
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