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Transverse Normal Modes of a Stretched Rubber Band

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Transverse Normal Modes of a Stretched Rubber Band
Alternative Title
Transversale Eigenschwingungen eines Gummibandes
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62
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C 14858
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Release Date
2004
Language
English
Producer
IWF (Göttingen)
Production Year
2003

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Video-Clip ; F, 1 min 52 sec

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Abstract
A rubber band clamped at its two ends can be excited to a large number of normal modes of transverse vibrations. These modes can also be described as superposition of two equal waves travelling in opposite directions, forming standing waves.
Keywords acoustics normal modes standing waves
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1st normal mode of the stretched rubber band is excited with the Newton and an accent the scale of the
top of the picture shows the frequency the after doubling the frequency the 2nd normal mode appears of further increases in the frequency make higher modes appear
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