WHAT ARE THE PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF RESONANCE?

Ever experienced the voice of a highly trained singer break a wine glass? Or when a bridge you are walking on suddenly starts vibrating. These are the effects of a well known process called resonance. Every object vibrates, rather oscillates at a certain natural frequency. Frequency is the number of oscillations a wave creates per unit of time and amplitude is its maximum range, it is a measure of intensity, loudness or power of a wave such as sound wave.

SOUND WAVES

A great fascination for us is beaches and its waves. We like sitting at the edges of a beach, in a serene environment, listening to the sounds of the waves

OSCILLATIONS

The oscillatory motion is defined as the to and fro motion of a body over a fixed path at regular intervals of time.

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