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Unformatted text preview: Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.1 Mass and Spring Analogy for Vibrating Object Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Displac ement (mm) Chapter 2 - Figure 2.2 A 1-Hz sinwave with a peak amplitude (A) of 10 mm, a period (Pr) of 1 sec., and zero-degree starting phase. 10 5 0 5 -10 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 Time-sec +A A Pr - -A 1 Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.3 A 5-Hz sinusoid. Period determined between points A and C, but not between A and B. Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.4 A complex periodic waveform. Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.5 A sinusoid with a 180 degree starting phase. Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.6 A sinusoid with a 90 degree starting phase. Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Displacement (mm) Chapter 2 - Figure 2.7 A sinusoid with marks every 45 degrees. 10 5 0 -5 -10 0 45 90 135 180 225 270 315 360 Phase-degs Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.8 Two sinusoids of the same frequency but different starting phases (90 degrees difference). Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.9 Two sinusoids of the different frequencies but the same starting phases. Instantaneous phase difference differs at different points in time (D,E,F). Fundamentals of Hearing: A Workbook W.A. Yost Chapter 2 - Figure 2.10 A damped sinusoid caused by friction. ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course SPA 3101 taught by Professor Troche during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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