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PHYS276, S09 Chapter 17 1 Chapter 17: Sound Waves Demos: http://www.physics.umd.edu/deptinfo/facilities/lecdem/lecdem.htm G3-28: hanging slinky H1-01: bell in vacuum H1-02 speaker and candle H2-41: Doppler Ball Thanks to Prof LaPorta and “Peer Instruction” by Eric Mazur

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Sound PHYS276, S09 Chapter 17 2 What is sound? • What is the relation between loudness and power? • Doppler effect and sonic boom
Chapter 16 Sound Waves Sound is a longitudinal wave (displace in same direction as propagation direction) It also may be described as a pressure wave.

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Sound PHYS276, S09 Chapter 17 4 H1-01 Bell Jar H1-02: speaker and candle Longitudinal pressure waves in a media (air, water, etc) Source: some kind of mechanical vibration that pushes the media (often air): vibrations of the cone of a speaker, your vocal chords, a hammer that hits a bell, your lungs blowing into an instrument, etc pressure wave Δ P= Δ P max sin( kx ω t ) Δ P max is the change from the equilibrium pressure s = s max cos( kx ω t ) s max is the maximum displacement of a particle in the medium from its equilibrium position
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