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Waves in a Pipe

by Jared Rovny
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    The lecture Waves in a Pipe by Jared Rovny is from the course Sound.


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    1. Open air can always move freely to equilibrate the pressure
    2. The open end cannot resonate like a closed end
    3. The air cannot bounce off the walls of a closed end to create pressure
    4. The open air is unable to be moved, and cannot create pressure
    5. The open end of a pipe cannot store energy for pressure to accumulate
    1. The same frequencies are allowed
    2. The closed pipe can have frequencies twice as high
    3. The open pipe can have frequencies twice as high
    4. The closed pipe can have frequencies 3/2 higher
    5. The open pipe can have frequencies 3/2 higher
    1. The pressure is extremized and can be compressed or rarefaction
    2. The pressure must be at its extremal compression
    3. The pressure must be at its extremal rarefaction
    4. The pressure must be at zero
    5. The pressure must be at atmospheric pressure

    Author of lecture Waves in a Pipe

     Jared Rovny

    Jared Rovny


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