Nature of Physical World and Measurement
Laws of Motion
Work, Energy and Power
Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Bodies
Properties of Matter
Heat and Thermodynamics
Kinetic Theory of Gases
- Ripples and wave formation on the water surface
- Formation of waves on stretched string
- Formation of waves in a tuning fork
- Characteristics of wave motion
- Mechanical wave motion and its types
- Transverse wave motion
- Longitudinal wave motion
Consider two organ pipes of the same length in which one organ pipe is closed and another organ pipe is open. If the fundamental frequency of closed pipe is 250 Hz. Calculate the fundamental frequency of the open pipe.
Consider the following function-
- y = x² + 2 α tx
- y = (x + vt)²
which among the above function can be characterized as a wave?
Why is it that transverse waves cannot be produced in a gas? Can the transverse waves be produced in solids and liquids?
A transverse wave moves from a medium A to a medium B. In medium A, the velocity of the transverse wave is 500 ms-1 and the wavelength is 5 m. The frequency and the wavelength of the wave in medium B when its velocity is 600 ms-1, respectively are: