|Feb13-13, 11:42 AM||#1|
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.
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|Feb13-13, 11:46 AM||#2|
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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.
|Feb13-13, 11:55 AM||#3|
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.
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