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Hey! I'm and undergrad in the third year of my applied physics program. I'm taking a course in Special Relativity, and due to Corona the exam has been replaced by a pretty free project where we delve deeply into a topic related to the course.
I'm interested in music, so my professor suggested I...
Standing waves in a string fixed at one end is formed by incoming and reflected waves. If reflected waves are 180° out of phase with incoming wave, how could they combine to give an oscillating wave? Shouldn't it be completely destructive interference all the time across the whole length of string?
I am trying to understand an excerpt from an article describing the vibrations of a string (eg. guitar/piano) which reads as follows:
This is basically the wave equation with Δm representing a small piece of mass from an interval of the string and two forces added to the right side.
He...
Here is the picture on the system.
I have to find the period (T). The masses, R and dX is given. The systam at first is at rest, then at t = 0 we pull the plank to dX distance from its originial position.
In the thread...
A man tries to climb up a rope with acceleration, ## a ##. What does he actually do to climb up?
My Interpretation
Let the man pull the rope at point A. So the Point A will pull the man with Tension, ## T ##. But at the same time the man is holding the rope, so there will be some normal...
I cannot find the correct answer anywhere online and the answer I keep getting is 5.4 (incorrect)
Please show me the process to get to the answer! Thank you
Consider a massless string which can rotate about a fixed pulley (first picture). The coefficient of static friction is μ. Assuming that the motion is impending, the goal is to find the equation that describes the variation in tension of the string.
( T2/T1 = eμΦ where Φ is the subtended angle.)...
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_tennis_racket
Would like to know the impact for the table tennis game if the racket is changed to a String type Lawn tennis or Badminton racket?
Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
Homework Statement
A string (m = 1 kg) fixed at both ends is vibrating in its second harmonic mode. If the length of the string is 2 m and it feels 50 N of tension, which of the following is NOT a possible harmonic frequency for this string?
a) 1.25 Hz
b) 2.5 Hz
c) 5 Hz
d) 10 Hz
e) 20 Hz...
Homework Statement
mass of pulley is 8 kg
Homework Equations
m1a=T
m2g-T=m2a
The Attempt at a Solution
I solved question with neglecting mass of pulley but should I?
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
m:mass of solid cylinder
T: tension in string
w:angular velocity
The Attempt at a Solution
m(g-a)=T
mg-ma=T
a=v^2/r=w^2r
now what?
I derived a relationship between frequency and tension of a string, accounting for tension's effect in the linear density of the string.
So in a nutshell, the equation is more complicated and is in the form of
f^2=aT^2+bT (f is frequency, T is tension, ab are constants involving the control...
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A light elastic string of natural length 0.3m has one end fixed to a point on a ceiling. To the other end of the string is attached a particle of mass M. When the particle is hanging in equilibrium, the length of the string is 0.4m.
(a) Determine, in terms of M and g (take g...
Homework Statement
State the boundary condition which must be met at a point where the string of question 2 is fixed.
Hence find the real standing wave solutions to the wave equation, and determine the allowed oscillation frequencies, when such a string of length ##L## is fixed at its ends...
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Problem image: https://prnt.sc/gvhjso
In this case I have to find the reaction forces at the point E (the Fx, Fy, and the Moment at point E) by using the given data. The 20kN forces at the load AC are concentrated, and are 1.8m far from each other. The tension of the cable is...
Homework Statement
(Problem #1 on this page.)[/B]
Homework Equations
##v=\sqrt { \frac { T }{ \mu } } =\lambda f##
The Attempt at a Solution
I don't think there is enough information,
##v=\sqrt { \frac { Mg }{ m/L } } ##
m, the mass of the string is not given
Homework Statement
This is a common massless string and pulleys problem. I'd just like to understand why, according to the solution, l_2 + 2l_1 = constant. It doesn't seem to me that two times the l_1 lenght is equivalent to l_2. Can somebody explain?
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a...
Homework Statement
I'm having trouble understanding an example given in K&K's Intro to Mechanics textbook.
'A string with tension ##T## is deflected through an angle ##\theta_0## by a smooth fixed pulley. What is the force on the pulley'.
I don't understand how (in the first picture) they...
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A long rope with mass m = 10 kg is suspended from the ceiling and hangs vertically. A wave pulse is produced at the lower end of the rope and the pulse travels up the rope.
(a) Explain why the speed of the wave pulse change as it moves up the rope; does it increase or...
I have read the description of electrons as standing waves based on an analogy with a string vibrating at its natural frequencies: thus the different quantum levels are akin to the tones or harmonics of the string, right?
So far, so good, but then I have seen contradictory complementary views...
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transverse wave is traveling through a wire in a positive direction of the x-axes. Distance od the wire particles in the motion of the wave can be described as ##y(x,t)=53*10^{-6}sin(188t-3.14x)## Find the ratio of the phase wave speed and maximal speed of the wire particles...
For the case of a particle attached to an inextensible string which is hanging at rest and then provided an impulse horizontally, what conditions must the system meet in order to allow for COMPLETE circular motion. Im well aware the tension at the apex of the motion must be satisfy one of the...
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A light inextensible string of length l hangs on two pegs attached to parallel walls separated by a height. A small frictionless pulley of weight Wp is attached to a block of weight Wb. When it is placed on the string, the string becomes taut and pulley runs on the string...
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A horizontal bar with a mass of 3.2 kg and a length L of 64 cm is rigidly mounted to a vertical spindle of negligible mass such that the two objects spin together. The spindle has a diameter of 2.0 cm, and it is attached to the bar a distance of L /4 from its centre of mass...
On a test our teacher asked about a system composed of (string -> mass -> string -> mass) hanging, that began to oscillate up and down.
We all considered weight (mg) when applying Newton's second law to find the associated differential equation.
When we met our teacher again he said that we...
Is it possible to predict the damping coefficient of a string using a mathematical simulation that included the string's diameter, length, frequency (and therefore tension), material density, and elastic modulus (if not also its Poisson's ratio) as opposed to simply looking at the amplitudes of...
I have put together an equation whose purpose is:
With a desired 'magnitude of static friction' ( μ_s ), 'fundamental frequency' ( f ), and 'tension' ( T ),
initial conditions such as 'string breakover angle' ( Θ_0 ), 'nut-tuner distance' ( L_{h,0} ), and 'string diameter' ( d ),
and...
By considering the superposition of two waves propagating through a string, one representing the original or incident wave and the other representing the wave reflected at the fixed end, if both ends of the string is fixed then the waves can reflected and travel back and forth. Standing wave can...
A wave pulse on a string moving from left to right towards a free end will reflect and propagates from right to left with the same speed and amplitude as the incident wave, and with the same polarity.
My question is, why the slope and the vertical force must be zero at the free end? If the...