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The doppler effect

by Manraj singh
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Manraj singh
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Mar29-14, 03:20 AM
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So is this because there is so much pressure exerted on the moisture that it condenses?
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Mar29-14, 07:45 AM
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So is this because there is so much pressure exerted on the moisture that it condenses?
not quite, read the first paragraph in that wiki link again

" The condensation is caused by the sudden change in pressure across the shock waves"


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Mar30-14, 11:40 AM
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Hi guys
I've a question,that is why for example when a source of sound get closer to an observer with the same speed as an observer get closer to a source of sound the frequancy that observer heard is not same?
Please help me
ElmorshedyDr
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Mar30-14, 12:41 PM
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Why doesn't the color of cars change with respect to the observer due to Doppler effect ??
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Mar30-14, 01:17 PM
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Why doesn't the color of cars change with respect to the observer due to Doppler effect ??
The light actually does doppler shift up or down in frequency depending on the motion of the cars. The issue is that our eyes and brain are simply not sensitive enough to notice the change.


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