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The important concept is that curvature makes force: the curved areas of a wave tend to experience forces resulting in an acceleration toward the mouth of the curve. Note, however, that an uncurved portion of the string need not remain motionless. It may move at constant velocity to either side. Free Waves Approximate treatment We now carry out an approximate treatment of the speed at which two pulses will spread out from an initial indentation on a string. For simplicity, we imagine a hammer blow that creates a triangular dent, n/1.

It doesn’t become brittle with repeated twisting as a copper wire would. 3. When twisted, it tends to settle in to a new equilibrium angle, rather than insisting on returning to its original angle. You can see this in panel 2, because although the experimenters initially twisted the wire by 33 degrees, the thread only performed oscillations with an amplitude much smaller than ±35 degrees, settling down to a new equilibrium at 27 degrees. 4. Over much longer time scales (hours), the thread eventually resets itself to its original equilbrium angle (shown as zero degrees on the graph).

The resonant frequency of the layer depends on how stiff it is and also on how deep it is. The ill-fated section of the Nimitz freeway was built on a layer of mud, and analysis by geologist Susan E. S. 5 Hz, and had a width covering a range from about 1 Hz to 4 Hz. 5 Hz frequency. 5 Hz as well! 5 Hz vibrations of the mud, causing sections of it to collapse. 3 Putting Energy Into Vibrations 33 Collapse of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge example 7 Let’s now examine the more conceptually difficult case of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge.

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