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resonance
by anachu17 Leaving Cert Physics — 11/12/16 3

how would you find the position of the 2nd resonance in a one closed sided pipe


3 Comments
Mushroom12 — 07/11/16
This is a confusing question you're asking. Resonance is when a periotic force is applied to a body which is the same or very near the natural frequency of the body that body will vibrate with a very large amplitude. I don't think its possible to have two positions of resonance but if there is I don't think you need to know about it for the leaving cert. Hope this helps
Big dreamer — 22/11/16
do you mean the second harmonic/overtone?
ravioli — 11/12/16
if by 2nd resonance you mean harmonic/overtone. Then these are multiples of the certain frequency. For example if you have a frequency f the 1st harmonic will be 2f and so on
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