All resonances are forced vibrations

When a body capable of vibration is subjected to the action of an external periodic force, the vibrates irregularly at initial stage but later on......

All harmonics are overtones

In a sample of musical note the tone, which have minimum frequency is called fundamental tone. Except the fundamental tone all other tones are called......

What is the difference between musical sound and noise?

The difference between musical sound and noise are: Musical Sound: A sound which produces a pleasant effect on our mind is called musical sound. Singing......

What is Intensity?

Intensity: The rate of flow of sound energy through unit area placed normal to the direction of propagation of sound is called intensity. Intensity of......

What is Tone?

Tone: A musical sound having a single frequency is called tone. A musical sound, generally consists of a number of components having different frequencies, is......

Free vibration and Forced vibration

Free vibration: When a body capable of vibration is displaced slightly from its equilibrium position and then left to itself, the body begins to vibrate......

Difference between beats and interference

Difference between beats and interference are: Beats: 1. When two sets of waves of nearly equal frequencies and amplitude are superposed it is found that......

Show graphically how beats are produced?

Graphical analysis of beats: Beats: When two sets of waves of nearly equal frequencies and amplitude are superposed it is found that the amplitude of......

What are Beats?

Beats: When two sound waves of slightly different frequencies, travelling in a medium along the same direction and superimpose on each other, the intensity of......