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Frequency Response of an Air Resonance Tube--Some Computer-Interfaced Experiments
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Physics Education Volume 10, Number 3, ISSN 0031-9120

Abstract

Describes a measurement system for recording the frequency response of acoustic systems. The computer interface detects the characteristic modes, their relative strengths, and resonant shapes over a broad range of frequencies. Includes experimental data for tubes and analyzes the data to determine the optimal functional form for the resonant peaks. (AIM)

Citation

Jolly, P. (1993). Frequency Response of an Air Resonance Tube--Some Computer-Interfaced Experiments. Physics Education, 10(3), 221. Retrieved July 20, 2019 from .

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