1.12.4C
Speed and displacement are graphed.
Displacement is the solid line.
Speed is the dashed line.
From the graphs below zero amplitude occurs when the phase shift is 180 degrees
Example code
t = [0:.01:10]
x = 5*sin(5*t)
y = 5*sin(5*t+degtorad(360)
z
% This program describes a moving 1-D wave
% using the finite difference method
clc
close all;
clear all;
%-%
% Initialization
Nx = 101;
% x-Grids
dx = 1;
% Step size
x(:,1) = (0:Nx-1)*dx;
mpx = (Nx+1)/2; % Mid point of x axis
% ( Mid pt of 1 to 101 = 51
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15. Measured time constant and how does it compare to the theoretical value for this gain?
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The
function y = pluck(len,d,r,x,viz)
% y = pluck(l,d,r,x,v)
Plucked string synthesis via pair of waveguide 'rails'
%
l is the length of each waveguide in samples.
%
d is the number of output samples to produce (default 10000).
%
r is the refelection FIR at t
n =
m =
c =
x =
t =
for
end
11 %These are the initial periods to run over
101 %This is the maximum time
1 %This is the speed of the wave
linspace(0,1,m)
0
i=1:n
for j=1:m
x2 = c*t + x(j);
if x2 < .4 | x2 > .6
y1(j) = 0
else
y1(j) = -50*(x2-.5)^2+.5
end
x2
%SaitisPianoModel(midiNum,midiVel)
%Richard Moore
%June 14, 2014
%rkm31415@yahoo.com
%This is an implementation of the piano model presented in Charalampos Saitis'
0issertation. It's implemented here as a finite difference method
approximation
%of the fou
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