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Acoustics

DEBBEI DEBS

HI YA ALL ACOUTICS PROS
I NEED TO CALCULATE THE OUTPUT FRUQ. AND THE WAVELENGTH OF EACH SOUND WAVE.
A = 10MS
B = 01MS
how do this. ms is milliseconds. 340 is speed of sound. i know you have to use the decimal ??? i millisecond is one thousand of a second. so ? 0.010 x ? confused again. i did get some help from das but had computer problems and is deleted.
or 10ms = 10 x 10(-3) =
:(
October 15, 2001 @02:21pm
CaptainAnalogue

Originally posted by DEBBEI DEBS

HI YA ALL ACOUTICS PROS
I NEED TO CALCULATE THE OUTPUT FRUQ. AND THE WAVELENGTH OF EACH SOUND WAVE.
A = 10MS
B = 01MS
how do this. ms is milliseconds. 340 is speed of sound. i know you have to use the decimal ??? i millisecond is one thousand of a second. so ? 0.010 x ? confused again. i did get some help from das but had computer problems and is deleted.
or 10ms = 10 x 10(-3) =
:(

Frequency is the reciprocal of period: f= 1/10mS= 100Hz, 1/1mS= 1000Hz
Wave length is period times the speed of sound: W= 10mS x 340 M/S=3.4M (or 11')
One must remember that the speed of sound varies with air density. Elevation, temperature, and relative humidity all affect the speed of sound in air.
September 10, 2002 @07:45am