Phy 211: General Physics I - PCC

Phy 212: General Physics II Chapter 17: Waves II Lecture Notes Sound 1. A longitudinal traveling wave 2. Produced by vibrations in a medium a. The disturbance is the local change in pressure generated by the vibrating object b. It travels because of the molecular interactions. 3. The region of increased pressure (compared to the undisturbed pressure) is called condensation 4. The region of lower pressure is called rarefaction. 5. The maximum increase in pressure (Pm) is the amplitude of the pressure wave. (measurable) 6. Frequency of perceivable sound: 20Hz to 20000Hz. a. Pressure waves below 20 Hz are called infrasonic waves b. Pressure waves over 20,000Hz are called ultrasonic waves. Description of Sound Waves 1. The propagation of sound waves occurs due to the oscillations of individual particles with the medium producing traveling waves of pressure fluctuations 2. The general form of particle oscillation: s(x,t) = smcos(kx- t)t) where sm is the magnitude of the particle displacement 3. The general equation for the pressure fluctuations:

P(x,t) = Pmsin(kx- t)t) 4. The pressure fluctuation magnitude is given by: Pm = vsvwavet) sm The Speed of Sound 1. Speed of sound (vsound) in a medium depends on the compressive properties of the medium. 2. Due to the high frequencies, the compressions & expansions are fast and no heat is exchanged (adiabatic). 3. Sound waves can travel in gases, liquids and solids. 4. The speed of sound in gases: Bgas kT vin gas= = 7/5 (for diatomic gases) k = 1.38x10-23 J/K (Boltzmanns Constant) mgas= avg mass of gas particle (mair= 4.74x10-26 kg) 5. The speed of sound in liquids: Bliquid is the adiabatic bulk modulus vsgas or vin liquid=

liquid is the liquid density 6. The speed of sound in solids: Ysolid is the Youngs modulus solid is the solid density vin solid = mgas Bliquid vsliquid Ysolid vssolid Sound Intensity Waves transport energy without transporting mass. The amount of energy transported per second is the power (P) of the wave (in W) Intensity is a measure of power transmitted by a wave per unit area: Power P 2 I =

= = vsmediumvwave 2sm Area A The energy transmission (power) of the sound wave is determined by the source. The power is distributed (spreads) in all directions. Far away from the source, the power is spread over a greater area. For a point source, intensity decreases inversely with the square of the distance from the source: P P I (r) = = A 4 r 2 vwave A2 A1 Power transmission source

Loudness & Decibels 1. The human does not perceive sound intensity linearly but rather logarithmically Perceived Loudness: I perceived log I actual 2. The average minimum perceivable sound intensity: Io~1x10-12 W/m2 3. The decibel scale was been developed to linearize the sound intensity to the human ear perception (): I = (10 dB) log Io where I o = 10-12 mW2 or = (10 dB) log I + 12 Comparison of 10W & 100W Sound Sources Consider 2 point sound sources with power outputs of 10 W and 100 W, respectively. 1. The ratio of sound intensity at 1 m is:

100W W 4 (1m)2 7.96 2 I 100W m = = = 10 W I 10W 10W 0.796 m2 4 (1m)2 2. The ratio of decibel levels at 1m is:

100W 10W I (10 dB) log 100W (10 dB) log I 100W -log I o Io = = I 10W (10 dB) log I 10W -log I o (10 dB) log I o (10 dB) log 7.96 +12 129 dB = = = 1.08 119 dB (10 dB) log 0.796 +12 Sound Interference & Beats 1. When 2 sound waves the resultant wave pattern exhibits

both constructive and destructive interference (link) 2. When the amplitudes of the 2 waves are similar but the frequencies are slightly different then: a. The frequency of the resultant wave is roughly the average frequency of the 2 waves b. The combined effect of interference produces periodic rises and drops in loudness called beats c. The frequency of the beats (fbeat) is equal to the difference between the 2 sound frequencies: fbeat = f1 - f2 3. Musicians often tune their musical instruments by listening to beat frequency (link) Beats The superposition of 2 sound waves: fwave1=159.2 Hz fwave1=148.0 Hz The resulting waveform exhibits a beat frequency of: fbeat= fwave1-fwave2 = 159.2 Hz - 148.0 Hz = 11.2 Hz Doppler Effect Physical Argument: The frequency of the source producing the wave equals the number of cycles per second. The frequency measured by an observer is the number of crests (condensations) encountered per second.

When both the source and the observer are at rest, the 2 frequencies are equal. Incoming Wave Source Outgoing Wave Observer When one or both are in motion, the source and observed frequencies are different. The difference between source and observed frequency is called Doppler shift Doppler Shift (Moving source, observer at rest) The apparent wavelength is changed because of the relative motion of source and observer Source moving toward observer 1

fobserver =fs 1- vs v wave Source moving away from the observer 1 fobserver =fs 1+ vs vwave

Notes: vs = speed of source vwave = speed of sound fs = frequency of source Doppler Shift (Moving observer, source at rest) The time between encountering 2 crests changes for the observer resulting in an altered perceived frequency (wave speed is observed to be altered!) Observer moving toward source v0 fobserver =fs 1+ vwave Observer moving away from source v0 fobserver =fs 1 vwave Notes: vo = speed of observer

vwave = speed of sound fs = frequency of source The Doppler Shift (General Form) The equations for both moving source and moving observer can be combined to yield the general equation for Doppler Shift: vo 1 v wave fobserver = fs 1 vs vwave Doppler Effect Application: The radar gun The doppler radar gun uses radio frequency light waves to measure vehicle speed (fgun= 24.2x109Hz & vwave=3.0x108 m/s). An emitted light wave undergoes a doppler shift as it reaches a moving

vehicle (moving observer). The reflected wave then undergoes a 2 nd doppler shift as it returns to the radar gun (moving source). Analysis: As the wave reaches the moving vehicle the shifted incident wave is: freflected =fgun The reflected wave is also shifted and observed wave freflected as measured by the detector is: freceived= 1- The measured speed of the vehicle is: vcar vwave vcar vcar 1+ v

wave vcar 1+ v wave = fgun 1- vcar vwave f vwave 2f gun

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