CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS CHAPTER 25 VIBRATIONS AND WAVES ANSWERS

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Vibration of a Pendulum  Vibration – a wiggle in time  A vibration cannot exist in one immediate, but needs time to relocate."— Presentation transcript:


1 Vibrations and Waves Chapter 25

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2 Vibration of a Pendulum  Vibration – a wiggle in time  A vibration cannot exist in one instant, yet requirements time to relocate back and also forth  Wave – a wiggle in space and also time  A wave cannot exist in one area, yet should extfinish from one place to another  Period – the moment of a back-and-forth swing of a pendulum, depends only on the size of the pendulum and the acceleration of gravity (T = 2π√(L/g))  A lengthy pendulum has actually a much longer duration than a much shorter pendulum

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3 Wave Description  Simple Harmonic Motion – the back-and- forth vibratory motion of a swinging pendulum  When a pendulum is put over a moving conveyor belt, which enables a map of the movement, the pendulum will trace out a sine curve  A sine curve is a pictorial depiction of a wave

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4 Simple Harmonic Motion

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5 Wave Description  Crest – high allude on a wave  Tunstable – low allude on a wave  Amplitude – the distance from the midpoint to the cremainder  The amplitude equates to the maximum displacement from equilibrium  Wavesize – the distance from the peak of one cremainder to the height of the following one (or between successive identical components of the wave)  Frequency – explains how regularly a vibration occurs, devices are in Hertz (Hz = 1 cycle/second) Frequency = 1/Period (Hz) Period = 1/Frequency (s)

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6 Wave Description

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7 Wave Motion  When power is transferred by a wave from a vibrating source to a remote receiver, tright here is no move of matter in between the two points  The energy moved from a vibrating source to a receiver is carried by a disturbance in a tool, not by issue relocating from one area to another within the medium

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8 Wave Motion

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9 Wave Speed  The speed of a wave counts on the tool through which it travels  Whatever the tool, the rate, wavesize, and also frequency of the wave are related Wave rate = wavesize X frequency (measured in m/s) v = λf  Sound waves relocate at speeds of about 330 m/s to 350 m/s in air, and also 4 times much faster in water

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10 Wave Speed Problem The water waves listed below are traveling via a speed of 2 m/s and splashing periodically versus the Wilbert"s perch. Each surrounding crest is 4 meters apart and splashes Wilbert’s feet upon reaching his perch.

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How a lot time passes in between each succeeding drenching?
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11 Transverse Waves  Transverse Waves – the activity of the tool is at right angles to the direction in which the wave travels  Examples: stretched strings in musical instruments, waves on surencounters of liquids, radio waves, light waves, and also s-waves (earthquakes)

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12 Transverse Waves

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13 Longitudinal Waves  Longitudinal Waves – particles relocate alengthy the direction of the wave fairly than at ideal angles to it  Examples: sound waves and p-waves (earthquakes)

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14 Longitudinal Waves

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15 Interference  Interference Pattern – within a pattern, wave effects might be increased, decreased, or neutralized  Constructive Interference (reinforcement) – the cremainder of one wave overlaps the crest of an additional, their individual results include together producing an increased amplitude  Destructive Interference (cancellation) – the cremainder of one wave overlaps the tunstable of one more, their individual impacts are diminished  When waves develop areas of zero amplitude, they are “out of phase”  When the crest of one wave overlaps the crest of an additional, they are “in phase”

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16 Interference

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17 Standing Waves  Standing Wave – particular components of the wave remain stationary, once the incident wave and also reflected wave meet  Nodes – part of the standing wave which does not move and also has no amplitude (at equilibrium)  Antinodes – place on a standing wave which has actually the largest amplitude  When two waves of equal amplitude and also wavelength pass via each various other in oppowebsite directions, they are constantly out of phase at the nodes and also in phase at the antinodes

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18 Formation of Standing Waves

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19 The Doppler Effect  Doppler Effect – the obvious adjust in frequency because of the movement of the source (or receiver)  Spherical sound or light wave crests ahead of a moving resource are closer together than those behind the source and also enrespond to a receiver more typically  Blue Shift – an increase in frequency in the direction of the high-frequency, or blue, end of the light spectrum (light resource is relocating towards receiver)  Red Shift - a decrease in frequency towards the low-frequency, or red, end of the light spectrum (light source is relocating ameans from the receiver)  Distant galaxies present a red transition in the light they emit, indicating that the world is widening (or relocating additionally apart)

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20 The Doppler Effect

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21 Blue Shift and Red Shift

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22 Bow and also Shock Waves  Bow Wave – when the speed of the source in a medium is as good, or greater, than the speed of the wave it produces it will certainly catch approximately the wave crests and pass them developing a v-form  Shock Wave – prefer a bow wave, however in three dimensions, produces a cone-shape  Sonic Boom – produced once the conical shell of compressed air that sweeps behind a supersonic jet reaches listeners on the ground below

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23 Bow and Shock Waves

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24 Assignment  Read Chapter 25 (pg. 372-386)  Do Chapter 25 Assessment #21-41 (pg. 388-389)

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