It's called Constructive. (:
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make a bigger wave its Constructive. : D
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This is called interference. Positive interference makes bigger waves, Negative interference makes smaller waves.
Constructive interference occurs when waves combine to make a wave with a larger amplitude.
There are two types of interference: constructive and destructive. Constructive interference happens when two waves join together to make a larger wave.
Constructive interference occurs when two waves interfere in phase with one another. Destructive interference occurs when two waves interfere out of phase by 180 degrees or PI radians.combinedwaveformwave 1wave 2Constructive interference Destructive interferenceConstructive interference occurs when the phase difference between the waves is a multiple of 2π, whereas destructive interference occurs when the difference is π, 3π, 5π, etc.Constructive interference occurs whenever two waves combine to make a wave with a larger amplitude.Destructive interference is when the amplitudes of two waves combine with each other producing a smaller amplitude.
That is called destructive interference.
because the sound waves combine to make a bigger louder wave
No. Waves that are out of phase (negative interference) will essentially cancel each other out. Waves that are in phase with each other (positive interference) will combine to create a larger wave.
Two sound waves may make an interference pattern.
Because the constructive interference of the sound waves.
I'd call that 'constructive interference'.
The amplitude of two waves combine, causing the loudness of the sound to change. When interferance is constructive, compressions of waves occur at the same place and the amplitudes combine. The rusulting sound is louder than either of the two oringinal sounds.
If they are the same voltage a logic gate could combine them in various ways. A ring modulator fed from two square waves would make interesting sounds. An op-amp would combine the waves. A single fet would combine them. One signal flowing from source to drain modulated by the second frequency applied to the gate.
The amplitudes of combining waves make a smaller wave or no wave at all so your ears don't get hurt.
Normally, two waves do not combine to form a new wave. Two waves approaching from almost the same direction will slowly cross each other. At the point where the waves cross, they will briefly make one wave. Its height can be calculated by a formula which multiplies the height of each wave by a sine function and adds the results.
To alternate between constructive and destructive interference requires different frequencies.
how to combine color to make it violet
Combine is a verb, as in to combine the ingredients to make a cake.
Electrical interference is messing with my radio reception.
That depends on what kind of wave you are talking about. In the case of electromagnetic waves, the smaller wavelengths indeed represent more energetic radiation.