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!)("/# Feb13-13 11:42 AM

Sound interference experiments
 
Hi everyone! I have to do an experiment in the lab related with interference in sound waves with same frecuency. Im just looking for ideas or suggestions.

Thanks!.

ZapperZ Feb13-13 11:46 AM

Re: Sound interference experiments
 
You have given very little information here.

What level of experiment is this? Is this related to a school work? At what level? What equipment or facilities do you have available?

You have to realize, at the very least, that it would be a waste of time for us to describe something that is either way above the level that you can understand, or contains equipment that you don't have and can't acquire.

Zz.

!)("/# Feb13-13 11:55 AM

Re: Sound interference experiments
 
The equipment is an osciloscope, a function generator and an emisor of sound waves and a receptor, it will be for a college level. It will be a great help if the experiment is explained in a book.

Thanks!.


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