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Generation of sound waves

Principle

Sounds are generated by oscillations. The sound volume is influenced by their relative amplitude, while the sound pitch depends on their frequency. This relationship is examined based on three examples: oscillating ruler, tuning fork, string of a ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010000

Propagation of sound in air

Principle

This experiment demonstrates, particularly clearly, the propagation of sound waves in air and, thereby, the working principle of the eardrum that is caused to oscillate by pressure waves. The movement of the membrane is transferred to the neighbouring air molecules, which in turn ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010100

Propagation of sound in solid bodies

Principle

The transmission (or conduction) of sound through a solid body means: One end of the solid body is caused to oscillate (e.g. by placing a tuning fork on it). This oscillation propagates through the solid body to the other end of the solid body. The transmission through the solid ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010200

Propagation of sound in water

Principle

The aim of this experiment is to enable the students to find out that sound can also propagate in other media, e.g. liquids. For this purpose, they study the propagation of the sound of a tuning fork in a tube that can be filled with air or water. For comparison, the sound ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010300

Sound as a sine wave

Principle

The aim of this experiment is to familiarise the students with the "measure Acoustics" software. First, the students record the sounds of two tuning forks with a microphone. Then, they analyse the frequency spectrum and the course of the amplitude of the recorded signal over ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010400

Sound and noise

Principle

Oscillations can be transferred through a medium (e.g. air or wood) in the form of sound waves. An oscillation with exactly one oscillation frequency is called harmonic oscillation or pure oscillation. In the amplitude-time-diagram, such an oscillation corresponds to a sine ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010500

Lower and upper hearing threshold

Principle

The human ear registers deep and high sounds as well as faint and loud sounds. Are there limits or can we hear any kind of high and deep sounds? In this experiment, the students learn that the human ear can perceive sound only within a limited frequency range. For this purpose, ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010600

Directional hearing

Principle

The human sense of hearing is not only used to perceive sound, it even enables us to localise the direction from which we hear sound signals. On the horizontal plane of orientation (left/right, front/back) as well as on the vertical plane of orientation (top/bottom, front/back), ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010700

Visualization of the vibrations of a tuning fork

Principle

In this experiment, the students visualise the oscillations of tuning forks by plotting the oscillations of a pen-equipped tuning fork on a sheet of paper. They see that the sine curve is the course of an oscillation over time, and they compare the frequencies and amplitudes of ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6010900

Beat frequency

Principle

If several sound signals reach our ears simultaneously, these signals superpose, thus forming a resulting signal. If the individual signals all have the same frequency, the resulting signal can also be heard with this frequency. The volume, however, varies. If one hears two sound ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6011000

Measurement of sound velocity

Principle

In this experiment, the students determine the velocity of sound in air. For this purpose, they measure the difference in the propagation time of a sound signal of two spatially offset stereo loudspeakers with the "measure Acoustics" software.

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Numéro d´article: P6011100

Reflection and echo

Principle

In this experiment, the students observe the reflection of sound pulses in a glass tube - with a sealed and also with an open end. They record the signal and echo with a microphone and analyse the differences in the propagation time with the "measure Acoustics" software in order ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6011200

Standing waves

Principle

When the sound wave of a sound propagates in air, this wave causes all of the air particles that it reaches to oscillate. If the sound is generated continuously, all of the particles are constantly in motion. In this experiment, the students observe the generation of standing ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6011300

Resonance

Principle

There are so-called resonance boxes for tuning forks that can increase the sound volume of the tuning forks to a considerable extent. A resonance box is a hollow body with certain dimensions and it is usually made of wood or metal. Resonance boxes, or sound boxes, are part of ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6011400

Bone conduction

Principle

In this experiment, the students can observe that sound can reach the inner ear not only via the outer and middle ear but also via the human bones. In medicine, bone conduction is used for diagnostic purposes. Based on the Rinne and Weber tests, which are used for medical ...

 
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Numéro d´article: P6011500

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