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  • 1. Chapter 2 Sound Subject : Physics Teacher : Piyanuch Plaon
  • 2. Sound Energy is transferred from particle to particle through matter. How we hear?
  • 3. Video about How we Hear?
  • 4. How we hear? a. Outer ear collects sound. b. Middle ear amplifies sound. c. Inner ear converts sound.
  • 5. Longitudinal Wave (คลื่นตามยาว) wave particles vibrate back and forth along the path that the wave travels.
  • 6. Transverse waves (คลื่นตามขวาง) wave particles vibrate in an up-and-down motion.
  • 7. Parts of a Longitudinal Wave Compressions Rarefactions
  • 8. Rarefactions (ส่วนขยาย) are regions of low air pressure Compressions (ส่วนอัด) are regions of high air pressure Compressions Rarefactions
  • 9. Sound Waves • Like other waves, a sound wave can be described by its wavelength and frequency. • Wavelength is the distance from one compression to another or one rarefaction to another. • The frequency of a sound wave is the number of compressions or rarefactions that pass at a given point in one second.
  • 10. Sound waves also reflect, refract, diffract, and interfere.
  • 11. Propagationof sound Medium (ตัวกลาง) - Material that sound waves can travel through. - It can travel through solids, liquids and gases but not through a vacuum.
  • 12. The Speed of Sound • The speed of sound is usually fastest in solids, where molecules are closest together, and slowest in gases, where molecules are farthest apart.
  • 13. Speed of Sound Depends on: 1. Type of medium (ชนิดของตัวกลาง) - travels better through liquids and solids and gas can’t travel through a vacuum. 2. Temperature of medium (อุณหภูมิของตัวกลาง) - travels faster at higher temperature. 3. Density (ความหนาแน่น) - sound moves well through dense materials.
  • 14. Video about relation between amplitude and frequency
  • 15. Intensity and loudness (ความเข้มเสียง และความดัง) 1) Intensity depends on the energy in a sound wave. 2) Loudness is human perception of intensity. 3) Loudness is measured on the decibel scale. Properties of sound
  • 16. Amplitude and Energy • Sound waves with greater amplitude carry more energy and sound louder. • Sound waves with smaller amplitude carry less energy and sound quieter. • The higher the amplitude of the wave is, the more compressed the particles in the compression are and the more spread out they are in the rarefactions.
  • 17. Relation between amplitude and loudness
  • 18. - High frequency means more vibrations hitting the ear. - Pitch is how high or how low a sound seems to be. - Healthy humans can hear from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz - We are most sensitive from 440 Hz to 7,000 Hz. Frequency and pitch
  • 19. Relation between frequency and pitch
  • 20. - Ultrasonic sound has a frequency greater than 20,000 Hz. a) Dogs (up to 35,000 Hz) b) Bats (over 100,000 Hz) - Infrasonic sound has a frequency below 20 Hz Frequency and pitch (Con.)
  • 21. Range of frequency

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