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Standing Sound Waves

Q. You know that certain musical notes sound good together -harmonious - whereas others do not. This harmony is related to the various harmonics of th...

Solved • Aug 18, 2020

Standing Sound Waves

Q. You know that certain musical notes sound good together -harmonious - whereas others do not. This harmony is related to the various harmonics of th...

Solved • Jul 13, 2020

Standing Sound Waves

Q. A child has an ear canal that is 1.3 cm long. Assume the speed of sound is v = 344 m/s. At what sound frequencies in the audible range will the chi...

Solved • Jul 13, 2020

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Q. The normal modes of this system are products of trigonometric functions. (For linear systems, the time dependance of a normal mode is always sinuso...

Solved • Jul 1, 2020

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Q. In a resonating pipe which is open at both ends, thereA) are displacement antinodes at each end.B) is a displacement node at one end and a displace...

Solved • Jun 2, 2020

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Q. A piano tuner stretches a steel piano wire with a tension of 765 N. The steel wire has a length of 0.900mand a mass of 6.75 g . Part A What is the ...

Solved • May 21, 2020

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Q. An organ pipe is made to play a low note at 27.5 Hz, the same as the lowest note on a piano. Assuming a sound speed of 343 m/s, a. What length open...

Solved • Apr 22, 2020

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Q. The lowest frequency in most humans' audible range is 20 Hz.a. What is the length of the shortest open-open tube needed to produce this frequency?L...

Solved • Apr 8, 2020

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Q. Draw a picture of standing waves with n=3 and n=5 in a pipe with one open end. Consider the following variables: frequency f, wavelength (lamda λ),...

Solved • Mar 18, 2020

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Q. Using the two measured pipe lengths (L1 = 66cm and L2 = 40 cm), work out the wavelength of the sound wave. Use this to determine the mode numbers a...

Solved • Mar 11, 2020

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Q. You are attempting to create a standing wave with n = 7 in a pipe .50m in length and filled with air. The top of the pipe is open to the air and th...

Solved • Mar 11, 2020

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Q. An organ pipe of length L is open at one end and closed at the other. A tuning fork is brought near the pipe, exciting the air in the pipe with thr...

Solved • Oct 6, 2017

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Q. Consider another organ pipe which has one end open and one end closed. Determine the wave length of the sound wave in this hollow pipe. 1. λ = 4ℓ/...

Solved • May 18, 2017

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Q. The figure below represents a sound wave in a hollow pipe with both ends open. Determine the wave length of the sound wave in this hollow pipe.1. λ...

Solved • May 18, 2017

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Q. Consider two pipes of the same length: one pipe is open at both ends and the other pipe is closed on one end but open at the other end. If the fund...

Solved • Apr 11, 2017

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Q. An organ pipe is open at both ends, with a length of 1.2 m. What are the first two overtone frequencies of the organ pipe?

Solved • Apr 4, 2017

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Q. A 0.7 m long wind instrument is open at one end and closed at the other. What is the fundamental harmonic frequency and first possible overtone fre...

Solved • Mar 28, 2017