Presentation Summary : Sound Waves Sources of Sound Sound begins with a vibration. Pencils on glass Speakers Vocal chords Air is pushed by the vibration – this is sound.
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Presentation Summary : Waves & Sound A. Waves 1. The nature of waves a. A wave is a rhythmic disturbance that transfers energy. b. All waves are made by something that vibrates.
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Presentation Summary : Waves and Sound AP Physics B What is a wave A WAVE is a vibration or disturbance in space. Two types of Waves The first type of wave is called Longitudinal.
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Presentation Summary : Telecommunication. Sound Waves. Sound energy travels in the form of waves. Sound can travel through solids , liquids and gases by vibrating the particles in the three ...
Source : http://www.worldofteaching.com/powerpoints/physics/telecommunication-sound.ppt
Presentation Summary : Physics of Sounds Overview Properties of vibrating systems Free and forced vibrations Resonance and frequency response Sound waves in air Frequency, wavelength, and ...
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Presentation Summary : CPO Science Foundations of Physics Unit 5, Chapter 15 Unit 5: Waves and Sound 15.1 Properties of Sound 15.2 Sound Waves 15.3 Sound, Perception, and Music Chapter 15 ...
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Presentation Summary : Sound Waves Three things to know about sound waves: There must be a source for a sound wave, that source will be a vibrating object. The energy transferred from the ...
Source : http://appohigh.enschool.org/ourpages/auto/2013/9/3/51786689/Sound%20Waves.ppt
Presentation Summary : Sound . Sound waves carry energy through a medium without the particles of the medium traveling along. A common medium is air. It travels as a longitudinal wave.
Source : http://www.somersetacademy.com/ourpages/auto/2014/12/3/58941167/Waves_%20sound%20_%20Light.pptx
Presentation Summary : Sound Waves You Have to Hear This!!!! Producing a Sound Wave Like all waves, sound waves are produced by a vibration. A tuning fork vibrates to produce a sound.
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Presentation Summary : Properties of Sound Waves Loudness Loudness describes your perception of the energy of a sound. Loudness depends on : The amount of energy it takes to make the sound ...
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Presentation Summary : SOUND WAVES PRODUCTION Vibrating prongs set the air molecules in motion Top: molecules closer together high air pressure (compression) Bottom: molecules spread apart ...
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Presentation Summary : Waves and Vibrations Physics: Mr. Maloney Waves are everywhere in nature Sound waves, visible light waves, radio waves, microwaves, water waves, sine waves ...
Source : http://web.mit.edu/nelsongroup/outreach/docs/waves.ppt
Presentation Summary : Waves and Sound Honors Physics What is a wave A WAVE is a vibration or disturbance in space. A MEDIUM is the substance that all SOUND WAVES travel through and need to ...
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Presentation Summary : Sound Mediums. A medium is a material through which sound, a form of energy, need to transfer. Speed of sound. Solid : Fast speed. Liquid : Medium speed
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Presentation Summary : Sound The Nature of Sound Ears and Speakers What IS Sound? Sound is really tiny fluctuations of air pressure units of pressure: N/m2 or psi (lbs/square-inch) Carried ...
Source : http://www.physics.ucsd.edu/~tmurphy/phys8/lectures/10_sound.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mechanical Waves and Sound Ch. 17 Physical Science * * * * * * * * * Standing Waves Occur because of interference! A standing wave is a wave that appears to stay in ...
Source : http://www.barringtonhigh.org/C19/C5/Physical%20Science/Document%20Library/Mechanical%20Waves%20and%20Sound%20Powerpoint%20Notes.ppt
Presentation Summary : Sound Waves Sound is a compressional or longitudinal wave The “wiggle” (compression) is in the same direction as the wave travels What it looks like . . .
Source : http://www.petoskeyschools.org/ochs.tf.t/Physics/Sound%20Waves%20Part%20I%202011.ppt
Presentation Summary : Speed = distance/time If a sound waves travels 2,300 feet in 2 seconds the sound is traveling at 1,150 ft/sec Examples of sound travel would be the time it takes ...
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Presentation Summary : Cool Tools for Color & Light Presented by Mike Horton *
Source : http://scienceinquirer.wikispaces.com/file/view/Color.ppt
Presentation Summary : sound waves in a gas (e.g. in air), compression waves in solids and liquids; it is the disturbance that advances, not the material medium
Source : http://www.hep.fsu.edu/~wahl/Quarknet/pepperlect/waves.ppt