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Will a resonator change its Freq while energy is added? 
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Aug614, 02:11 PM

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Consider this, will resonator change its frequency while energy is being added or removed?
Why? Should not matter if the resonator is mechanical or electrical. 


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Aug614, 02:21 PM

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To make an obvious comment about a real word resonator  if you add enough energy, something will break (mechanical) or burn out (electrical). 


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So considering two tuning forks, same resonant frequency without load, coupled k~0.1 and freely swinging in synchronization. Now when one adds energy to the first tuning fork and dampen, not excessively, the second fork, they would move out of synchronization? 


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