### Is oscillation a wave?

NO,oscillation is not necessarily a wave because energy is not transported in oscillation.In oscillation there is no space periodicity.An oscillation is periodic in time only where as a wave is periodic in time and space both.

### What is undamped oscillation?

An oscillation in which the amplitude remains constant with respect to time.

### What is a subsequent oscillation?

It is an oscillation that occurs constantly or in order with respect to the perod of oscillations

### What is a sentence using the word oscillation?

The object has an oscillation frequency of 23 hz.

### What is torsional oscillation?

Torsional oscillation is the vibration on a motor shaft that is caused by harmonics in the motor.

### What is light an oscillation of?

Light is an electromagnetic wave, that is, an oscillation of both the electric and the magnetic fields.

### What is un damped oscillation?

Oscillation that increases without limit. Eventually it will destroy things.

### Is oscillation not a factor in sound generation of a synthesizer?

Oscillation IS a factor in sound generation of a synthesizer.

### How damping progressively reduces the amplitude of oscillation?

When energy is lost from the oscillating system, the amplitude of oscillation decreases. When that happens progressively, we say that the oscillation is "damped". "Damping" is a description of the decrease, not its cause.

### What is the swing of a pendulum?

The swing of a pendulum is called an oscillation. The furthest point in each oscillation is the amplitude.

### How does surface area affect damping of an oscillation?

The larger the surface area, the larger the damping of an oscillation

### Howmuch amplitude for one oscillation?

Frictional forces is one of the oscillation. T the moment this is at rest.

### What is amplitude of oscillation?

The maximum distance that pendulum moves away from its position at rest is called the amplitude of oscillation.

### What is he meaning of oscillation?

oscillation is nothing but producing an sine wave with constant amplitudes or silmply we can say a vibrations.

### What quantity measures the number of complete cycles an oscillation makes per second?

That's the "frequency" of the oscillation.

### How to troubleshoot the Integrated circuit?

A: Each IC has unique operating parameters never the less it require instruments. A VOM can solve some problems but never all of them. For instance an amplifier oscillation it may Lock like a bad part but there is nothing wrong with the component if the oscillation is stopped. An oscilloscope can display the problem visually and it can be fixed, The oscilloscope may display the problems but interpreting the display is an art by… Read More

### Define damped oscillation?

Any oscillation in which the amplitude of the oscillating quantity decreases with time is referred as damped oscillation. Also known as damped vibration, http://www.answers.com/topic/damped-harmonic-motion

### Mass and pendulum oscillation?

Mass oscillation time period = 2 pi sq rt. (m/k) Pendulum oscillation time period = 2 pi sq rt. (l/g)

### What is torsion oscillation?

Torsion = turning Oscillation = repeated motion toraion oscillation is repeated turing back and forth. Imagine you have a weight hanging on the end of a piece of string. Twist the weight and, when released, it will oscillate torsionally.

### The length of one complete wave or cycle of oscillation?

The length of one complete wave or cycle of oscillation is a wavelength.

### What are the natural frequencies of oscillation formed in a pipe?

The definition of the word oscillation is "movement back and forth at a regular speed."

### What is negative damping?

It is the opposite of normal damping (oscillation decreases), so in negative damping to get even bigger oscillation.

### Difference between damped and forced oscillation?

Damped (or free) oscillation occurs when an object is set to vibrate at its natural frequency while forced oscillation involves the application of a force to keep an object in constant or repetitive motion.

### Difference between wave and oscillation?

an oscillation is a disturbance in space that does not move in time and a wave is a propagated distrbance in space and time.

### What is center of oscillation?

center of oscillation means the point at the pendulum which oscillate by making higher displacement through it than other points.

### Why a occilator requires positive feedback?

A: How else can it sustain oscillation. If the feedback dies so does the oscillation it must have a continuous positive input.

### When was Ubiquitous Frequency Oscillation - UFO - created?

Ubiquitous Frequency Oscillation - UFO - was created on 2009-07-02.

### What is a baryon acoustic oscillation?

A baryon acoustic oscillation is one of the regular periodic fluctuations in the density of the visible baryonic matter of the universe.

### Please give two examples of 'oscillation'?

A clock pendulum swinging back and forth. A weight on a spring moving up and down.

### What is the slight rotational oscillation of the steering wheel when driving on road surfaces?

A steering wheel oscillation is an indication of a bad tire or bent rim.

### What are free and forced oscillations?

In absence of any external force, the body would oscillate indefinitely with a constant amplitude a, then it is called free oscillation. When a body, being acted by an external periodic force ,oscillates with the frequency of the force, then the oscillation of the body is called forced oscillation.

### How many normal modes of oscillation or natural frequencies does a simple pendulum have?

simple pendulum would have 1 normal modes of oscillation or natural frequencies.

### Pendulum oscillation period is equal to 0.5 s What is the pendulum oscillation frequency?

T=1/f .5=1/f f=2

### What do the letters AOI stand for?

AOI is an acronym with many different meanings and uses. For instance, it may refer to software known as Art of Illusion. It may also mean Articles of Incorporation. Other meanings are Age of Innocence and Antarctic Oscillation Index.

### Why oscillation important for physics?

Oscillation is a common phenomenon in physics.Sound and electromagnetic radiation (radio, light, x-rays etc propagate as sinusoidal waves which are oscillations about a mean value. Springs, pendulums (penduli?) oscillate about their rest position in simple harmonic motion, which is oscillation about the mean.

### What is thte Accurate way to measure the time for one oscillation of the pendulum?

We could reduce random errors by taking the average of the time taken for one oscillation.

### What is the past tense and past participle of oscillation?

Oscillation is a noun and doesn't have any tenses. Oscillate is a verb. Oscillated is the past tense and past participle of oscillate.

### Why is it necessary for oscillation to occur in a circuit?

It is not "necessary" for oscillation to occur in any "arbitrary" circuit. It depends on the design objectives. Please be more specific, and restate the question.

### What is oscillation?

Oscillation is a noun that means "movement back and forth at regular speeds." In Physics, it means "regular variation in magnitude or position around a central point.