Results for: Resonance

In Cars & Vehicles

What is a resonator?

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 (MORE)
In Science

When can a resonance occur?

An object is set to oscillates with maximum amplitude by another object. Resonance occurs when a standing wave is created.
In Nuclear Physics

Examples of resonance?

\nTakoma bridge, breaking a wine glass with a high note, a pneumatic drill... there is loads
In Uncategorized

What is resonant converter?

They are combination of converter topologies or switching strategies that result in zero voltage and/or zero current switchings.
In Uncategorized

The resonableness standard is?

When a law is allowed to stand because it is reasonably related to a legitimate government interest.
In Diamonds

What does diamonds resonate at?

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."
In Waves Vibrations and Oscillations

What are the causes for the resonance?

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 (MORE)
In Electronics Engineering

What is resonance and what is resonant frequency?

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 (MORE)
In Electrical Engineering

What is mant by resonance?

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In Chemical Bonding

What is resonance give an example of resonance?

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 (MORE)