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Revision Notes on Waves and Sound Waves

Waves

Wave motion:- Wave motionis the disturbance, set up in the medium, due to the repeated

periodic motion of the particles of the medium and travels from the particle to particle,

the particles themselves keep vibrating about their mean positions.

Wave Equation:- d

2

y/dt

2

= v

2

(d

2

y/dx

2

)

Transverse wave motion:-It is the type of wave motion in which the particles of the

medium are vibrating in a direction at right angles to the direction of propagation of

wave.

(a) Velocity of transverse wave,V

t

= T/m = T/r

2

(b) Vibrations of the particles of medium are normal to the direction of wave

propagation.

Longitudinal wave motion:-It is the type of wave motion in which the particles of the

medium vibrate in the direction of propagation of wave.

(a) Velocity of longitudinal wave, V

l

= E/

(b) Vibrations of the particles are parallel to the direction of wave propagation.

Terms related to wave motion:-

(a) Wave length():-

(i)It is defined as the distance travelled by a wave during the time particle executing

SHM completes one vibration.

(ii)It is the distance between two consecutive particles executing SHM in same phase.

(iii)It is the distance between two consecutive crests or troughs.

(b) Wave number (n):- Wave-number of a wave is defined as the reciprocal of

wavelength of weave.

n = 1/

Unit of weave number is meter.

(c) Velocity of wave:- It is the distance ()travelled by the wave during the time (T), a

particle completes one vibration.

velocity of wave = (frequency) (wavelength)

v=f

(d) Phase:- Phase of a particle is its state which expresses its position and direction of

motion.

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partilce

oscillation

P

A

Q

R

Wave

P,S and T are in same phase

P

Q

T S

R

P and R are in opposite phase

(e) Phase difference ():-Phase difference, between two particles, is the difference

between their instantaneous phases.

Relation between phase difference () and path difference ():-

= (2/)(path difference)

Simple Harmonic Motion:-A wave which originates from a source, undergoing simple

harmonic motion, is called a simple harmonic wave.

Equation:-y=rsint

= r sin2ft

= rsin2(v/)t

= r sin2x/

Equation of progressive wave:- A relation between the instantaneous displacement of a

particle executing SHM and time is called equation of progressive wave.

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y = r sin2 (t )

y = r sin [(t (2/)x]

y = r sin (t kx)

y = r sin 2 (t/T x/)

y = r sin 2/ (vt x)

Angular wave number (k):

k = 2/

Relation between particle velocity (V) and wave velocity (v):-

V = (2r/) vcos[(2/)(vtx)]

V

max

= (2r/) v

Energy transmission in a progressive wave:-

E = m

2

r

2

Energy per unit volume:-

E = r

2

2

Here is the density of medium.

Intensity of a wave:-

I = 2

2

vf

2

r

2

Intensity of a wave varies directly as the square of its amplitude.

So, Ir

2

Velocity of transverse wave in stretched string:-v = (T/m)

Here,T is the tension in the string.

Interference:- Interference is the phenomenon by virtue of which there is a modification

in the distribution of energy due to super position of two or more waves.

y

1

= a

1

sint, y

2

= a

2

sin(t+)

y = y

1

+y

2

Amplitude, A = [a

1

2

+a

2

2

+2 a

1

a

2

cos])

Intensity, I = kA

2

and I = I

1

+I

2

+2( I

1

I

2

) cos

Here, I

1

= ka

1

2

andI

2

= ka

2

2

Angle, = tan

-1

[a

2

sin/(a

1

+a

2

cos)]

Constructive interference:-

Phase difference, = 2n, n = 0,1,2,3

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A = a

1

+a

2

I

max

= [I

1

+I

2

]

2

Path difference, x = 2n(/2)

Destructive interference:-

Phase difference, = (2n+1), n = 0,1,2,3

A = 2acos/2

I = 4a

2

k cos

2

/2

I

max

= 4a

2

k

I

min

= 0

Path difference, x = (2n+1)(/2)

Condition for interference:-

(a) The two sources must emit continuous waves having same frequency and wavelength.

(b) The amplitudes of two waves must either be equal or nearly equal.

(c) The two sources should be situated close to each other.

(d) The two sources should be coherent one.

Stationary Wave:-

Wave equation, y = 2acos (2/) x sin (2/) vt

Amplitude, A = 2acos(2/) x

Condition for maxima (anti-nodes), x = k(/2)

Condition for minima (nodes), x = (2k+1)(/4)

Frequency of transverse vibrations in stretched string:-

f=(1/2l) (T/m), Here l is the length, T is the tension and m is the mass.

f=(1/lD) (T/), Here l is the length, T is the tension, D is the diameter and is the density.

Harmonics in stretched strings:-

(a) First harmonic (fundamental frequency), f

0

=(1/2l) (T/m)

(b) Second harmonic (first overtone), f

1

= 2f

0

=(2/2l) (T/m)

(c) Third harmonic (second overtone), f

2

= 3f

0

=(3/2l) (T/m)

(d) p

th

harmonic (p-1 overtone), f

p-1

= pf

0

=(p/2l) (T/m)

Here, p=1,2,3

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Frequency of tuning fork:-

f(t/l )(E/)

Here, t is the thickness, l is the length, E is the elastic constant and is the density.

Phenomenon of Beats:-Periodicvariations of amplituderesulting from the superposition

of two waves of slightly different frequencies is known as phenomenon of beats.

If m is the number of beats per second, then, m = f

1

-f

2

. Here f

1

and f

2

are the frequencies

of the two waves.

y

1

= asin2f

1

t, y

2

= asin2f

2

t

y = y

1

+y

2

= Asin2ft

Amplitude, A = 2acos2(f

1

-f

2

/2)t, Frequency, F = f

1

-f

2

/2

(a) Maxima:- t = f/f

1

-f

2

(b) Minima:- t = 2f+1/2(f

1

-f

2

)

Beat period (t

b

):- It is defined as the time interval between consecutive beats or it is the

time between two consecutive maxima or minima of intensity of sound.

t

b

= 1/f

1

-f

2

If m is the number of beats per second, then,

m = 1/beat period = f

1

-f

2

This signifies, the number of beats per second is equal to the difference in frequencies of

two waves.

Sound Waves

It is the form of energy which produces, in us, the sensation of hearing.

Properties:-

(a) Longitudinal in nature.

(b) It requires a material medium for its propagation.

(c) Sound waves can be reflected.

(d) Sound waves suffer refraction.

(e) Sound waves show the phenomenon of interference

(f) Sound waves shows diffraction

(g) Sound propagates with a velocity much smaller than that of light.

(h) Sound gets absorbed in the medium through which it passes.

Loudness (L)or Intensity (I):-

LlogI

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So, L = K log

10

(I

1

/I

0

)

Unit of intensity of sound is bel.

Intensity (I) and Amplitude (A):- IA

2

Intensity(I) and distance from the source (r):- I1/r

2

Pitch or Shrillness:-Pitch is a sensation which determines the shrillness of sound. It is

subjective and cannot be measured quantitatively. It depends up on frequency and

relative motion between the sources and the listener.

Quality or Timber:- It is that characteristic of a musical sound which enables us to

distinguish between two notes of the same pitch and loudness produced by two different

sources.

Velocity u of longitudinal wave (sound) [Newtons Formula]:-

u =E/

Here E is the coefficient of elasticity and is the density of medium.

Velocity of sound in solids:-

u =Y/

Here Y is the youngs modulus of elasticity and is the density.

Velocity of sound in liquids:-

u =B/

Here B is the Bulk modulus of elasticity and is the density.

Velocity of sound in gases:-

u=P/

Here, (=c

P

/c

V

) is the adiabatic ratio, P is the pressure and is the density.

Various factors affecting velocity of sound:-

(a) Effect of density:- The velocity of sound in a gas varies inversely as the square root of

its density.

u

1

/ u

2

= [

2

/

1

]

(b) Effect of moisture:-u

m

/u

d

= [

d

/

m

]

Since,

m

<

d

, then, u

m

>u

d

This signifies sound travels faster in moist air.

(c) Effect of pressure:-

u=P/=k = constant

This signifies, change of pressure has no effect on the velocity of sound.

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(d) Effect of temperature:-

u

t

/u

0

=

0

/

t

= T/T

0

Thus, velocity of sound varies directly as the square root temperature on Kelvins scale.

(e) Temperature coefficient of velocity of sound ():-

= u

0

/546 = (u

t

-u

0

)/t

Overtones in open pipe:-An open pipeis openat both ends. Since air is free to vibrate at

an open end, we must get an antinode at the open end.

N

A

A

L

1

2

1

4

1

2

1

4

A

A

A

A

N

N

1

4

1

2

1

4

A

A

A

N

N

N

A

1

2

(a)

(b)

(c)

(a) Fundamental frequency:-

Wavelength, =2l

Frequency, f=u/2l = (1/2l)(P/)

Here l is the length of the pipe and u is the velocity of sound.

(b) First overtone (Second Harmonic):-

Wavelength,

1

=l

Frequency, f

1

=2f

(c) Second overtone (Third Harmonic):-

Wavelength,

2

=2l/3

Wavelength, f

2

=3f

Overtones in closed pipe:-Since air, at a closed end, is not free to vibrate, there must be

a node at a closed end always.

N

A

A

L

1

4

1

4

1

2

A

A

N

N

1

4

1

2

A

A

N

N

N

A

1

2

(a)

(b)

(c)

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(a) Fundamental frequency:-

Wavelength, =4l

Frequency, F=u/4l = (1/4l)(P/)

Here l is the length of the pipe and u is the velocity of sound.

(b) First overtone (Third Harmonic):-

Wavelength,

1

=(4/3)l

Frequency, F

1

=3F

(c) Second overtone (Fifth Harmonic):-

2

=4l/5

F

2

=5F

Comparison of fundamental frequencies of a closed end of an open pipe:-

f = 2F

Dopplers Effect:-Theapparent change in pitch of a note, due to the relative motion

between the source and the listener is called Dopplers effect.

(a) Source in motion, listener at rest:-

(i) Source approaching the listener:-

Modifying wave length,

'

= V-a/f

Apparent frequency, f

'

= [V/V-a]f

Change in frequency, f = (a/V-a)f

Here V is the velocity of sound in air and a is the velocity of source when it moves

towards the listener.

(ii) Source going away from the listener:-

Apparent frequency,f

'

= [V/V+a]f

Change in frequency, f = -(a/V+a)f

(iii) Source crossing the listener:-

Apparent frequency of the source before crossing = (V/V-a) f

Apparent frequency of the source after crossing = (V/V+a) f

Change in frequency, f = -(2aV/V

2

-a

2

)f

(b) Source at rest, listener in motion:-

(i) Listener moving away from source:-

Apparent frequency,f

'

= [V-b/V]f

Change in frequency, f = (-b/V)f

Here b is the velocity of listener.

(ii) Listener moving towards the source:-

Apparent frequency:-f

'

= [V+b/V]f

Change in frequency, f = (+b/V)f

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(iii) Listener crossing the source:-

Apparent frequency of the source before crossing = (V+b/V) f

Apparent frequency of the source after crossing = (V-b/V) f

Change in frequency, f =-2fb/V

(c) Source and listener both in the medium:- Change in frequency due to relative

motion of source and listener.

Source

(S)#

Listener

(L) (X)

Nature of

velocities

Expression for f '

#

a

b

a

r

+ve, b

r

+ve

f ' = (V-b/V-a) f

#

a

b

a

r

+ve, b

r

-ve

f ' = (V+b/V-a) f

a

#

b

a

r

-ve, b

r

-ve

f ' = (V+b/V+a) f

a

#

b

a

r

-ve, b

r

+ve

f ' = (V-b/V+a) f

(d) Effect of motion of medium:-

Apparent frequency:-f ' = [(R-b)/(R-a)] f

Here, R = V+cos, is the velocity of wind, is the angle between direction of

propagation of sound and that of wind.

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