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What is the definition of resonance?
In physics, resonance is the tendency of a system to oscillate at maximum amplitude at certain frequencies. In music, resonance is the characteristic of sound waves vibrating in either the open air or within an enclosed structure, which can include a musical instrument. Like in a violin, when the strings are bowed, the sound resonates within the box (the hollow part of the instrument) and thus becomes a bit more amplified for us to hear. The Link below gives a simple and lively explanation of the concept of resonance. http://analog-design-for-chickenbrain.blogspot.com/2009/05/what-heck-is-resonance.html
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In acousitcs, a device used to increase resonance(like echo effects) of a soud and usually apparent volume there are both acoustic(on some guitars such as the Resophonic) and …electronic resonators. Of course if you recorxed in a bent conrete tunnel like those culverts in central park this would be a natural resonator llike the higher noise of a train in a tunnel, the sound reverberating off the walls. Phil Spector made good use of resonance and(wall of Sound) in his recordings many of which could not be performed live for optimum effect. crimson and clover has resonator effects. On an automobile it is a devise , like a muffler, used to lower the sound output.
An object is set to oscillates with maximum amplitude by another object. Resonance occurs when a standing wave is created.
Resonance is the tendency for something to oscillate or vibrate at certain frequencies more than other frequencies. The two most recognized and noticeable types of resonance …are mechanical and electrical although many other examples may be cited. We are able to notice resonant frequencies in a variety of situations. A string in a musical instrument will vibrate at a specific frequency due to its resonant frequency. A child's swing will move at a constant frequency, also due to the resonant frequency. In electrical circuits, resistance, capacitance and inductance can be used to generate oscillations at certain frequencies.
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redistribution of electron that can take place in unsaturated tertialy in conjugated system where pi bond involve called resonance or mesomeric effect .
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A diamond may resonate emotionally, but you cannot vibrate a diamond in the sense that to resonate is to "...produce or be filled with a deep, full, reverberating sound."
Resonance is actually the tendency of vibrating body to increase its amplitude when applied frequency becomes equal to its natural frequency. When we apply a frequency equal t…o the natural frequency of vibrating body (i.e by giving a push to a swing FOR EXAMPLE). This push (force) makes amplitude double. Because Amplitude directly varies with Force but Time Period or Frequency does not change.
The frequency at which the impedance of the circuit becomes zero is known as resonance frequency. Actually at resonance resistance only presence in the circuit. That means th…e impedance of the inductor and capacitor will automatically vanish.
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In physics, resonance is the tendency of a system to oscillate at maximum amplitude at certain frequencies, known as the system's resonance frequencies (or resonant frequencie…s). this are common examples of resonance: One familiar example is a playground swing, which acts as a pendulum. Pushing a person in a swing in time with the natural interval of the swing (its resonance frequency) will make the swing go higher and higher (maximum amplitude), while attempts to push the swing at a faster or slower tempo will result in smaller arcs. This is because the energy of the person pushing the swing is maximized when the pushes are at the resonance frequency, while some of this energy is canceled out by the inertial energy of the swing when they are not. Resonance occurs widely in nature, and is exploited in many man-made devices. Many sounds we hear, such as when hard objects of metal, glass, or wood are struck, are caused by brief resonant vibrations in the object. Light and other short wavelength electromagnetic radiation is produced by resonance on an atomic scale, such as electrons in atoms. Other examples are: 1. acoustic resonances of musical instruments and our vocal cords 2. the oscillations of the balance wheel in a mechanical watch 3. the tidal resonance of the Bay of Fundy 4. orbital resonance as exemplified by some moons of the solar system's gas giants 5. the resonance of the basilar membrane in the cochlea of the ear, which enables people to distinguish different frequencies or tones in the sounds they hear. 6. electrical resonance of tuned circuits in radios that allow individual stations to be picked up 7. creation of coherent light by optical resonance in a laser cavity 8. the shattering of crystal glasses when exposed to a musical tone of the right pitch (its resonance frequency). please see the source for more details... i hope it can help you..
Resonance is the tendency of a system to oscillate with larger amplitude at some frequencies than at others. These are known as the system's resonant frequencies. At these fre…quencies, even small periodic driving forces can produce large amplitude oscillations, because the system stores vibrational energy. Resonances occur when a system is able to store and easily transfer energy between two or more different storage modes (such as kinetic energy and potential energy in the case of a pendulum). However, there are some losses from cycle to cycle, called damping. When damping is small, the resonant frequency is approximately equal to a natural frequency of the system, which is a frequency of unforced vibrations. Some systems have multiple, distinct, resonant frequencies.
just like it sounds series resonant has capacitor & inductor in seriesparallel resonant has capacitor & inductor in parallel
A resonator guitar is a subset of the acoustic guitar type. The noise is made by the use of spun metal cones or discs which are called resonator cones. They are quite common.