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SUBJECTIVE PROBLEMS:

Q 1.

AB is a cylinder of length 1 m fitted with a thin flexible diaphragm C at the middle and other thin flexible

diaphragms A and B at the ends. The portions AC and .BC contain hydrogen and oxygen gases

respectively

frequency of these vibrations for which diaphragm C is a node? (Under the conditions of experiment

Q 2.

A copper wire is held at the two ends by rigid supports. At 30 C, the wire is just taut, with negligible

Given: Young modulus of copper = 1.3 x 1011 N/m2. Coefficient of linear expansion of copper = 1.7 x 10-5

Q 3.

A tube of a certain diameter and of length 48 cm is open at both ends. Its fundamental frequency of

resonance is found to be 320 Hz. The velocity of sound in air is 320 m/sec. Estimate the diameter of the

One end of the tube is now closed. Calculate the lowest frequency of resonance for the tube.

Q 4.

A metal wire of diameter 1 mm is held on two knife edges separated by a distance of 50 cm. The tension

in the wire is 100 N. The wires, vibrating with its fundamental frequency and a vibrating tuning fork

together produce 5 beats/ sec. The tension in the wire is [hen reduced to 81 N. When the two are

(ii) The density of the material of the wire. (IIT JEE 1980 4 Marks)

Q 5.

A source of sound of frequency 256 Hz is moving rapidly towards wall with a velocity of 5m/sec. How

many beats per second will be heard if sound travels at a speed of 330 m/sec?

Q 6.

A string 25 cm long and having a mass of 2.5 gm is under tension. A pipe closed at one end is 40 cm long.

When the string is set vibrating in its first overtone and the air in the pipe in its fundamental frequency,

8 beats per second are heard. It is observed that decreasing the tension in the string decreases beat

frequency. If the speed of sound in air is 320 m/s, find the tension in the string.

Q 7.

A Sonometer wire under tension of 64 Newtons vibrating in its fundamental mode is in resonance with a

vibrating tuning fork. The vibrating portion of the sonometer wire has a length of 10 cm and a mass of 1

gm. The vibrating tuning fork is now moved away from the vibrating wire with a constant speed and an

observer standing near the sonometer hears one beat per second. Calculate the speed with which the

tuning fork is moved if the speed of sound in air is 300 m/ s. (IIT JEE - 1983 - 6 Marks)

Q 8.

A uniform rope of length 12 m and mass 6 kg hangs vertically from a rigid support. A block of mass 2 kg

is attached to the free end of the rope. A transverse pulse of wave length 0.06 m is produced at the

lower end .of the rope. What is the wavelength of the pulse when it reaches the top of the rope?

(IIT JEE - 1984 6 Marks)

Q 9.

A steel of length 1m, mass 0.1 kg and uniform cross sectional area 10-6 m2 is rigidly fixed at both ends.

The temperature of the wire is lowered by 20 C. If transverse waves are set up by plucking the string in

Q 10.

The vibrations of a string length 60 cm fixed at both ends are represented by the equation

(iv) Write down the equations of the component waves whose superposition gives the above wave.

Q 11.

Two tuning forks with natural frequencies of 340 Hz each move relative to a stationary observer. One

fork moves away from the observer, while the other moves towards him at the same speed of the

Q 12.

The following equations represent transverse waves: (IIT JEE - 1987 7 Marks)

z1 = A cos (kx

Identify the combination (s) of the waves which will produce (i) standing wave (s), (ii) a wave travelling

in-the direction making an angle of 45 degrees with the positive x and positive y axes. In each case, find

Q 13.

A train approaching a hill at a speed of 40 km/hr sounds a whistle of frequency 580 Hz when it is at a

distance of 1 km from a hill. A wind with a speed of 40 km/hr is blowing in the direction of motion of the

(ii) The distance from the hill at which the echo from the hill is heard by the driver and its frequency.

Q 14.

A source of sound is moving along a circular orbit of radius 3 meters with an angular velocity of 10 rad

/s. A sound detector far away from the source is executing linear simple harmonic motion along the line

BD wi

The source is at the point A when the detector is at the point B. If the source emits a continuous sound

wave of frequency 340 Hz, find the maximum and the minimum frequencies recorded by the detector.

Q 15.

The displacement of the medium in a sound wave is given by the equation y1 = A cos (ax + bt) where A, a

and b are positive constants. The intensity of the reflected wave is 0.64 times that of the incident wave.

(a) -What are the wave length and frequency of incident wave? (IIT JEE - 1991 4 x 2 Marks)

(c) In the resultant wave formed after reflection, find the maximum and minimum values of the particle

(d) Express the resultant wave as a superposition of a standing wave and a travelling wave. What are

the. Positions of the antinodes of the standing wave? What is the direction of propagation of travelling

wave?

Q 16.

1 and

(i) Find the time interval between successive maxima of the intensity of the signal received by the

detector.

(ii) Find the time for which the detector remains idle in each cycle of the intensity of the signal.

Q 17.

A metallic rod of length lm is rigidly clamped at its mid point. Longitudinal stationary waves are set up in

the rod in such a way that there are two nodes on either side of the mid point. The amplitude of an

antinode is 2 x 10-6 m. Write the equation of at a point 2 cm from the mid point and those of the

Q 18.

A whistle emitting a sound of frequency 440 Hz is tied to a string of 1.5m length and rotated with an

angular velocity of 20 rad s-1 in the horizontal plane. Calculate the range of frequencies heard by an

observer stationed at a large distance form the whistle. (IIT JEE - 1996 3 Marks)

Q 19.

The first overtone of an o0pen organ pipe beats with the first overtone of a closed organ pipe with a

beat frequency of 2.2 Hz. The fundamental frequency of the closed organ pipe is 110 Hz. Find the

Q 20.

A band playing music it a frequency f is moving towards a wall at a speed vb. A motorist .is following the

band with a speed vm, If v is the speed of sound, obtain an expression for the beat frequency heard by

Q 21.

The air column in a pipe closed at one end is made to vibrate in its second overtone by a tuning fork of

frequency 440 Hz. The speed of sound in air is 300 m s -1. End corrections may be neglected. Let P0

variation.

(a) Find the length L of the air column. (IIT JEE - 1998 8 Marks)

(b) What is the amplitude of pressure variation at the middle of the column?

(c) What are the maximum and minimum pressures at the open end of the pipe?

(d) What are the maximum and minimum pressures at the closed end of the pipe?

Q 22.

A long PQR is made by joining two wires PQ and QR of equal radii PQ has length 4.8 m and mass 0.06 kg.

QR has length 2.56 m and mass 0.2 Kg. The wire PQR is under a tension of 80 N. A sinusoidal wave

pulse of amplitude 3.5 cm is sent along the wire PQ from the end P. No power is dissipated during the

Calculate

(a) the time taken by the wave pulse to reach the other end R of the wire, and

(b) the amplitude of the reflected and transmitted wave pulses after the incident wave pulse crosses

the joint Q.

Q 23.

A 3.6 m long vertical pipe resonates with a source of frequency 212.5 Hz when water level is at certain

height in the pipe. Find the height of water level (from the bottom of the pipe) at which resonance

close to its bottom and water is allowed to leak. Obtain an expression for the rate of fall of water level in

the pipe as a function of H. If the radii of the pipe and the hole are 2 x 10-2 m and 1 x 10-3 m respectively,

calculate the time interval between the occurrences of first two resonances. Speed of sound in air is 340

Q 24.

A boat is travelling in a river with a speed 10 m/s along the stream flowing with a speed 2 m/s. From this

boat, a sound transmitter is lowered into the river through a rigid support. The wavelength of the sound

emitted from the transmitter inside the water is 14:45 mm. Assume that attenuation of sound in water

(a) What will be the frequency detected by a receiver kept inside the river downstream?

(b) The transmitter and the receiver are now pulled up into air. The air is blowing with a speed 5 m/s in

the direction opposite the river stream. Determine the frequency of the sound detected by the air

receiver.

(Temperature of the air and water = 20 C; Density of river water = 103 kg/m3 ; Bulks modulus of the

water = 2.088 x 109 Pa ; Gas constant R = 8.31 J/mol K ; Mean molecular mass of air = 28.8 x 10-3

Q 25.

Two narrow cylindrical pipes A and B have the same length. Pipe A is open at both ends and is filled with

a monatomic gas of molar mass MA. Pipe B is open at one end and closed at the other end, and is filled

with a diatomic gas of molar mass MB. Both gases are at the same temperature.

(a) If the frequency of the second harmonic of the fundamental mode in pipe A is equal to the frequency

of the third harmonic of the fundamental mode in pipe B, determine the value of MA/MB.

(b) Now the open end pipe B is also closed ( so that the pipe is closed at both ends). Find the ratio of the

Q 26.

A tuning fork of frequency 480 Hz resonates with a tube closed at one end of length 16 cm and diameter

5 cm in fundamental mode. Calculate velocity of sound in air. (IIT JEE - 2003 2 Marks)

Q 27.

Q 28.

A whistling train approaches a junction. An observer standing at junction observes the frequency to be

2.2 KHz and 1.8 KHz of the approaching and the receding train respectively. Find the speed of the train

Q 29.

A transverse harmonic disturbance is produced in a string. The maximum transverse velocity is 3 m/s

and maximum transverse acceleration is 90 m/s2. If the wave velocity is 20 m/s then find the waveform.

(IIT JEE - 2005 4 Marks )

Waves Solutions

SUBJECTIVE PROBLEMS:

Sol 1.

It is given that C as a node. This implies that at A and B antinodes are formed. Again it is given that the

= v1

= v2

Sol 2.

11

x 1.7 x 10-5 x 20/9 x 103 = 70 m/s

Sol 3.

= 163 Hz

Sol 4.

Now, v1

10

M = 1/100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (ii)

Sol 5.

v1 = v[c v0/c + vs] = c/c + vs [ v0 = v m/s]

v1 = 400 x 300/300 + vs

Since the beat frequency is I and as the tuning fork is going away from the observer, its apparent

Or vs = 0.75 m/s

Sol 8.

Where t is the tension and m is the mass per unit length. Since the tension in the string will increase as

we move up the string (as the string has mass), therefore the velocity of wave will also increase. (m is

2 = 21 = 2 x 0.06 = 0.12 m

Sol 9.

Sol 10.

At x = 5m

c = 15 n

(iv) y = 4 s

= y1 + y2

Where y1

And y2 = -

Sol 11.

The apparent frequency from tuning fork T1 as heard by the observer will

be

v1 = c/c v x v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (i)

The apparent frequency from tuning fork T2 as heard by the observer will be

v2 = c/c + v x v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (ii)

Given v1 v2 = 3

Sol 12.

(i) When two progressive waves having same amplitude and period, but travelling in opposite direction

The following two equations quality the above criteria and hence produce standing wave

Z1 = A cos (k x

Z2

z = A cos (kx

Where n = 0, 1, 2, . . . . . . .

z1 = A cos (k x -

z3 = A cos (k y -

Combine to produce a wave travelling in the direction making an angle of 45 with the positive y axes.

z = A cos (k x - -

The resultant intensity will be zero when

k(x (x

Sol 13.

(ii) Let echo from the hill is heard by the driver at B which is at a

t1 = 1 x/40 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (i)

t2 = tAH + tHB

where tAH = time taken by sound from A to H with velocity (1200 + 40)

tHB = time taken by sound from H to B with velocity 1200 40 From (i) and (ii)

x = 0.935 km

The frequency of echo as heard by the driver can be calculated by considering that the source is the

acoustic image.

Sol 14.

The angular frequency of the detector matches with that of the source.

When the detector is at C moving towards D, the source is at A1 moving leftwards. It is in this

Again when the detector is at C moving towards B, the source is at A3 moving rightward. It is in this

Sol 15.

= a

Intensity of

2 0.64 I 2

0.64 A2 2 0.8A

= -Ab [sin axcos bt + cos ax sin bt + 0.8 sin ax cos bt 0.8 cos ax sin bt]

The maximum velocity will occur when sin ax = 1 and cos bt = 1 under these condition cos ax = 0

And sin bt = 0

|vmax| = 1.8 Ab

Also, |vmin| = 0

= [0.8 A cos (ax + bt) + 0.2 A cos (ax + bt)] [0.8A cos (ax bt)]

= 0.8 A [-2 sin {(ax + bt) + (ax bt)/2} Sin {(ax + bt) (ax bt)/2}] 0.2 A cos (ax + bt)]

NOTE : Antinodes of the standing waves are the positions where the amplitude is maximum,

-1)n

x = [n + (-1)n

Sol 16.

y1 1 t

y2 2 t

The equation of resultant wave according to superposition principle

y = y1 + y2 1 2 t

1 2 t]

1 2 1 2 )t/2

1 + v2 1 v2) t

1 v2) t

Now, intensity (Amplitude)2

I 2

I 4A2 cos2 1 + v2) t

The intensity will be maximum when

Cos2 1 v2) t = 1

1 + v2) t = 1

1 v2

1 2 1 2

1 2 - 2(n 1 2 1 2 3 sec

Time interval between two successive maximas is

-3 sec

(ii) For the de 2

1 v2

1 v2 1 2

1 2) t/2] is between

1 2

t1 1 2 and t2 1 2)

The time gap = t1 t2

1 2 1 2 1 2)

-3 sec.

Sol 17.

The placements of the nodes and antinodes on the rod are shown in

the figure

+ /4 = 0.5 = 0.4m

Also, the velocity of waves produced in the rod,

Since, amplitude of antinodes = 2 x 10-6 m

2a = 2 x 10-6 m a = 10-6 m

The equation of wave moving in the positive X direction will

be

y1 (vt x)

y1 = 10-6 x)

The equation of wave after reflection and moving in X axis is

y2 = 10-6

vt

y = 2 x 10-6

Equation of wave at x = 2 cm

y = 2 x 10-6 y = 2 x 10-6

Sol 18.

The whistle which is emitting sound is being rotated in a circle. We know that -1

When the source is instantaneously at the position A, then the frequency heard by the observer will be

when the source is instantaneously at the position B, then the frequency heard by the observer will be

Sol 19.

0=

(v1)0 = v/ 0 0

Fundamental frequency

c = 1/4 1 c

(v1 c = 10 Hz (given)

Sol 20.

Motorist will listen two sound waves. One directly the sound source and other reflected from the fixed

For Direct Sound : V m will be positive as it moves towards the source and tries to increase the apparent

frequency. V b will be taken positives as it move away from the observer and hence tries to decrease the

apparent frequency value.

f = v + v m/v + v b f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (1)

f1 = v/v v b f

After reflection of sound waves having frequency f1 fixed wall acts as a stationary source of frequency f1

for the moving observer i.e. motorist. As direction motion of motorist is of opposite to direction of

+ v m/v f1 = v + v m /v v b f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (2)

b (v + vm) f / v2 vb2

Sol 21.

Also, v = v

0 0 x

0 0

(c) At open end of pipe, pressure is always same i.e. equal to mean pressure

max = Pmin = P0

(d) At the closed end : Maximum Pressure = P0 0 Minimum Pressure = P0 - 0

Sol 22.

m1 = 0.06/4.8 kg/m

Velocity of wave in PQ is

v1 1 -1 [ T = 80 N given]

Velocity of wave in QR is

v2 2

= tPQ + tQR

(b) When the wave which initiates from P reaches Q (a denser medium ) then it is partly reflected and

partly transmitted.

Sol 23.

0 = 212.5

corresponding to the 3rd harmonic, 5th harmonic, 7th harmonic etc. Then

1) = 212.5 1 = 1.2 m;

2 = 212.5 2 = 2.0 m;

3) = 212.5 3 = 2.8 m;

4) = 212.5 4 = 3.6 m;

Or heights of water of water level are (3.6 0.4) m, (3.6 1.2) m, (3.6 2.0) m and (3.6 2.8) m.

Therefore heights of water level are 3.2 m, 2.4 m, 1.6 m and 0.8 m.

Let A and a be the area of cross sections of the pipe and hole respectively. Then

-2 2 -3 -2

) = 1.26 x 10 m

-3 2 -6 2

) = 3.14 x 10 m

-d H/dt)

(-

Substituting the values, we got

Between first two resonances, the water level falls from 3.2 m to 2.4 m.

-1.11 x 10-2 dt

= -(1.11 x 10-2) - -(1.1 x 10-2) t t = 43 second

Sol 24.

also in motion.

NOTE : Sign convention for Vm is as follows : If medium is moving from s to O then +ve and vice versa.

Similarly v0 and vs are positive if these are directed from S to O and vice versa.

(a) Situation 1.

V 9/103

5 Hz

(b) Situation 2.

In air c =

Sol 25.

2 (v0)A ART/MA

3(v0) B BRT/MB

Given v A = v B

y ART/MA BRT/MB

Sol 26.

/4 = v/4f

Sol 27.

/2 or

dE =1/2 (dm) A2 2 2 2

2 2 a2 sin2 kx dx

But v = v

v = v/ v2 = v2/2 2 [

2 2 a2 sin2

0 2 2 a2 sin2 2 Ta2

Sol 28.

V = v vS / v S - v T

v = v vS/vS + vT

vT = 30 m/s

Sol 29.

Given v max

2

. . . . (vi)

From (iv), (v) and (vi) the wave form is

y = 0.1 sin [30 t 3/2 x ]

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