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Sound: overview  related topics: Acoustic instruments, Acoustics, Sound animations, Speech technology, Waves
Acoustics primer acoustics, study of soundís physcal characteristics and their measurements, followed by a discussion of our perception of them
Fysische eigenschappen van geluid pdf file, in Dutch
Sound
Sound
Soundry an interactive and educational web site about sound
Sound waves and music the nature of sound as a longitudinal, mechanical pressure wave is explained and the properties of sound are discussed
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Sound topics  related topics: Acoustics, Sound animations, Speech technology, Waves
Doppler effect and sonic booms Doppler effect and sonic booms
Doppler effect the phenomenon, called the Doppler Effect, is a shift in the frequency and wavelength of waves, including sound and light, resulting from relative motion between the source of the wave and the medium. If the source and receiver approach each other, the perceived frequency will be higher. If they're separating, the perceived frequency will be lower
Doppler Effect
Doppler Effect
Dopplereffect bij geluid ambulance: het verschil in toonhoogte tussen het aankomen en wegrijden van de ambulance heet het Dopplereffect, in Dutch
Echoes Echoes can be used to tell how far away an object is, how fast the object is moving, and even its shape
Faster than sound
INTENSITY AND ENERGY IN SOUND WAVES
Longitudinal and transverse wave motion longitudinal and transverse wave motion
Modes of sound wave propagation modes of sound wave propagation. In air, sound travels by compression and rarefaction of air molecules in the direction of travel. However, in solids, molecules can support vibrations in other directions, hence, a number of different types (modes) of sound waves are possible
Nonlinear behavior of piano hammers the nonlinear behavior of piano hammers, and the effects of this nonlinearity on the hammer-string interaction
Physics of hearing loudness curves (Fletcher-Munson curves)
Picture of a sonic boom
Reflection of Sound The reflection of sound follows the law "angle of incidence equals angle of reflection", sometimes called the law of reflection
Sight of sound shock waves, sound barrier shockwave
Sound is a mechanical wave since a sound wave is a disturbance which is transported through a medium via the mechanism of particle interaction, a sound wave is characterized as a mechanical wave
Sound is a pressure wave pressure waves
Sound Power and Intensity
Sound propagation
Sound propagation sound propagation
Sound propagation sound is a disturbance of the atmosphere that human beings can hear. Such disturbances are produced by practically everything that moves, especially if it moves quickly or in a rapid and repetitive manner
Sound Spectrum A sound spectrum is a representation of a sound - usually a short sample of a sound - in terms of the amount of vibration at each individual frequency. It is usually presented as a graph of either power or pressure as a function of frequency
Sound wave interference explains what happens to the energy of sound waves when the waves interact, compare and contrast constructive interference and destructive interference
Sound wave propagation sound wave propagation. In air, sound travels by compression and rarefaction of air molecules in the direction of travel
Sound waves sound is a compression waveform that moves through air or other materials. Sound waves are created by the vibration of some object and are detected by causing a sensor to vibrate. Sound has the standard characteristics of any waveform
Standing waves and acoustic resonance
Speed of sound in a pure Gas
Speed of sound in materials speed of sound in materials
Speed of sound through Materials Speed of sound through Materials
Standing waves in an air column pdf file
Standing waves in an air column pdf file
Strings, standing waves and harmonics sound
Temperature and speed of sound speed of sound, part of Introduction to sound animated
Ultrasonic testing Ultrasonic Nondestructive Testing (UT) uses high frequency sound energy to conduct examinations and make measurements. Ultrasonic inspection can be used for flaw detection/evaluation, dimensional measurements, material characterization, and more
Ultrasonic wave propagation wave propagation in aerodynamics, shock waves
Ultrasound
Waves
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