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Sample Note On Closed Pipe

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This sample note will tell you the Formation of stationary waves in closed pipe.

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    Formation Of Stationary Waves: 1. When sound wave is sent through an organ pipe, the waves get reflected at the open end. 2. These incident and reflected waves of same frequency travelling in opposite direction superpose to form stationary waves. 3. At the open end, where the particles are free to vibrate, always an antinode is formed. I Harmonic: The I harmonic should have at least two antinodes and a node included between them. I = length of the pipe v = velocity of sound wave m = fundamental frequency 11 = wavelength I = 11/4 Il 41 41 Closed Pipe: An organ pipe with one end closed and the other end open is known as closed pipe. =1:3:5 4 4 513 4 Ill Harmonic: The Ill harmonic will have at least three antinodes and two nodes. I = length of the pipe v = velocity of sound wave n3 = fundamental frequency 13 = wavelength 1 = 313/4 13 = 41/3 1--13 = 3 41 1-13 = 3m V Harmonic: The V harmonic will have at least three antinodes and two nodes. I = length of the pipe v = velocity of sound wave n5 = fundamental frequency 15 = wavelength 1 = 515/4 15 = 41/5 115 = 5m

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