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chain rule:

0y1x, t2

0t

0y1x, t2

0t

=

=

d1u2 0u2

du

0t

du

0x

d1u2 0u2

=

=

d1u2

du

1-v2

d1u2

du

De -1Bx - Ct2 , where B, C, and D are all positive constants. What is

the speed of this wave?

15.66 ... CP A vertical, 1.20-m length of 18-gauge (diameter of

1.024 mm) copper wire has a 100.0-N ball hanging from it. (a)

What is the wavelength of the third harmonic for this wire? (b) A

500.0-N ball now replaces the original ball. What is the change in the

wavelength of the third harmonic caused by replacing the light ball

with the heavy one? (Hint: See Table 11.1 for Youngs modulus.)

15.67 . (a) Show that Eq. (15.25) can also be written as

Pav = 12FkvA2, where k is the wave number of the wave. (b) If the

tension F in the string is quadrupled while the amplitude A is kept

the same, how must k and v each change to keep the average

power constant? [Hint: Recall Eq. (15.6).]

15.68 ... CALC Equation (15.7) for a sinusoidal wave can be

made more general by including a phase angle f, where

0 f 2p (in radians). Then the wave function y1x, t2 becomes

between the slope of the graph of y1x, t2 versus x and the value of

P1x, t2. In particular, explain what is happening at points where

P = 0, where there is no instantaneous energy transfer. (c) The

quantity P1x, t2 always has the same sign. What does this imply

about the direction of energy ow? (d) Consider a wave moving in

the -x-direction, for which y1x, t2 = A cos1kx + vt2. Calculate

P1x, t2 for this wave, and make a graph of y1x, t2 and P1x, t2 as

functions of x for a given time t (say, t = 0). What differences

arise from reversing the direction of the wave?

15.72 .. A vibrating string 50.0 cm long is under a tension of

1.00 N. The results from ve successive stroboscopic pictures are

shown in Fig. P15.72. The strobe rate is set at 5000 ashes per

minute, and observations reveal that the maximum displacement

occurred at ashes 1 and 5 with no other maxima in between. (a)

Find the period, frequency, and wavelength for the traveling waves

on this string. (b) In what normal mode (harmonic) is the string

vibrating? (c) What is the speed of the traveling waves on the

string? (d) How fast is point P moving when the string is in (i)

position 1 and (ii) position 3? (e) What is the mass of this string?

(See Section 15.3.)

Figure P15.72

P

y1x, t2 = A cos1kx - vt + f2

(a) Sketch the wave as a function of x at t = 0 for f = 0,

f = p>4, f = p>2, f = 3p>4, and f = 3p>2. (b) Calculate the

transverse velocity vy = 0 y> 0 t. (c) At t = 0, a particle on the

string at x = 0 has displacement y = A> 22. Is this enough information to determine the value of f? In addition, if you are told that

a particle at x = 0 is moving toward y = 0 at t = 0, what is the

value of f? (d) Explain in general what you must know about the

waves behavior at a given instant to determine the value of f.

15.69 ... A sinusoidal transverse wave travels on a string. The

string has length 8.00 m and mass 6.00 g. The wave speed is

30.0 m>s, and the wavelength is 0.200 m. (a) If the wave is to

have an average power of 50.0 W, what must be the amplitude of

the wave? (b) For this same string, if the amplitude and wavelength are the same as in part (a), what is the average power for

the wave if the tension is increased such that the wave speed is

doubled?

15.70 ... CALC Energy in a Triangular Pulse. A triangular

wave pulse on a taut string travels in the positive x-direction with

speed v. The tension in the string is F, and the linear mass density

of the string is m. At t = 0, the shape of the pulse is given by

0

h1L + x2>L

y1x, 02 = d

h1L - x2>L

0

if x 6 - L

for - L 6 x 6 0

for 0 6 x 6 L

for x 7 L

y1x, t2 at all times t. (c) Find the instantaneous power in the wave.

Show that the power is zero except for -L 6 1x - vt2 6 L and

that in this interval the power is constant. Find the value of this

constant power.

15.71 ... CALC Instantaneous Power in a Wave. (a) Graph

y1x, t2 as given by Eq. (15.7) as a function of x for a given time t

(say, t = 0). On the same axes, make a graph of the instantaneous

4

3

4

5

1.5 cm

3

1.5 cm

2

1

playing with the clothesline in Example 15.2 (Section 15.3). One

end of the clothesline is attached to a vertical post. Throcky holds

the other end loosely in his hand, so that the speed of waves on the

clothesline is a relatively slow 0.720 m>s. He nds several frequencies at which he can oscillate his end of the clothesline so that

a light clothespin 45.0 cm from the post doesnt move. What are

these frequencies?

15.74 ... CALC A guitar string is vibrating in its fundamental

mode, with nodes at each end. The length of the segment of the string

that is free to vibrate is 0.386 m. The maximum transverse acceleration of a point at the middle of the segment is 8.40 * 10 3 m>s2 and

the maximum transverse velocity is 3.80 m>s. (a) What is the amplitude of this standing wave? (b) What is the wave speed for the transverse traveling waves on this string?

15.75 .. CALC A string that lies along the +x-axis has a free end

at x = 0. (a) By using steps similar to those used to derive

Eq. (15.28), show that an incident traveling wave y11x, t2 =

A cos1kx + vt2 gives rise to a standing wave y1x, t2 =

2A cos vt cos kx. (b) Show that the standing wave has an antinode

at its free end 1x = 02. (c) Find the maximum displacement, maximum speed, and maximum acceleration of the free end of the string.

15.76 .. A string with both ends held xed is vibrating in its third

harmonic. The waves have a speed of 192 m>s and a frequency of

240 Hz. The amplitude of the standing wave at an antinode is

0.400 cm. (a) Calculate the amplitude at points on the string a distance of (i) 40.0 cm; (ii) 20.0 cm; and (iii) 10.0 cm from the left

end of the string. (b) At each point in part (a), how much time does

it take the string to go from its largest upward displacement to its

largest downward displacement? (c) Calculate the maximum

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