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University of Maryland
Physics Lecture-Demonstration Facility
PHYSICS 102

Selected Demonstrations arranged by chapter and section in:

Berg and Stork: The Physics of Sound, THIRD edition
Last updated on 04/24/2008 09:48:35

Chapter 1: Simple Harmonic Motion and Applications

1.1 Fundamental Definitions
Videotape: POWERS OF TEN
A1-31 VOLUME MEASURE DEMONSTRATION
A1-11 LENGTHS - METER AND YARD
A1-01 MASSES - KILOGRAM AND POUND
F1-11 HYDRAULIC PRESS
H3-61 BEAKER BREAKER

1.2 Simple Harmonic Motion
B4-01 HOOKE'S LAW
G1-11 COMPARISON OF SHM AND UCM
G1-12 PENDULUM AND ROTATING BALL
G1-01 EXAMPLES OF SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
G1-42 LARGE TORSIONAL PENDULUM
G1-51 INVERTED SPRING PENDULUM
G1-52 STRINGLESS PENDULUM
G1-56 INVERTED PENDULUM - SABER SAW
G1-82 PENDULUM WAVES

1.3 Application to Sound
H1-13 WAVEFORM GENERATOR, SPEAKER, AND OSCILLOSCOPE
H1-11 MICROPHONE AND OSCILLOSCOPE
H1-12 VISIBLE WAVEFORMS ON LARGE SPEAKER
H4-55 YAMAHA DX7 DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER

1.4 Damped and Driven Oscillations
G2-01 MASS ON SPRING - HAND HELD
G1-37 MASS ON SPRING WITH ULTRASONIC RANGER
G2-02 FORCED HARMONIC MOTION WITH DAMPING - LARGE
G2-04 DAMPED OSCILLATIONS
G2-12 BARTON'S PENDULUMS
G2-21 COUPLED PENDULA
G2-22 BAR-COUPLED PENDULA
G2-23 SPRING-COUPLED PHYSICAL PENDULA
G2-41 WILBERFORCE PENDULUM
G2-42 ELASTIC PENDULUM
G2-07 PSYCHOACOUSTIC VIBRATION TRANSDUCER
H2-52 BEATS AND RESONANCE - TUNING BARS
H3-61 BEAKER BREAKER
H3-62 TEACUP STANDING WAVES
Loop: Takoma Narrows Bridge Collapse
Videotape: Takoma Narrows Bridge Collapse

1.5 Combinations of Simple Harmonic Motion
G1-71 LISSAJOUS FIGURES - SAND PENDULUM
G1-72 LISSAJOUS FIGURES - X-Y RECORDER
G1-73 LISSAJOUS FIGURES - FOURIER SYNTHESIZER
G1-74 LISSAJOUS FIGURES - LASER AND LOUDSPEAKER
G1-81 OUIJA WINDMILL
H4-13 PLAYING IN JUST INTONATION
H4-14 LISSAJOUS FIGURES - VOICE
H1-27 SPEED OF SOUND - LISSAJOUS FIGURES
Loop: Oscilloscope Art - C1

Chapter 2: Waves and Sound

2.1 Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
G3-01 SHIVE WAVE MACHINE - TRAVELING WAVES
G3-28 SUSPENDED SLINKY
G3-21 TRANSVERSE WAVES ON A LONG SPRING
H1-01 BELL IN VACUUM
H1-21 SPEED OF SOUND - PHASE CHANGE
H1-22 SPEED OF SOUND - USING PULSES
K8-01 ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE - MODEL
N1-05 SPECTRA - VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE
H1-02 SPEAKER AND CANDLE

2.2 Basic Phenomena and Properties of Waves

(Reflection)
G3-28 SUSPENDED SLINKY
A2-13 ELLIPSE DRAWING BOARD
H2-01 FOCUSING OF SOUND WITH CONCAVE REFLECTORS
H2-02 PARABOLIC MICROPHONE
H2-03 ACOUSTIC RADAR
L2-01 OPTICAL BOARD - PLANE MIRROR
L3-11 OPTICAL BOARD - CONCAVE SPHERICAL MIRROR
L3-16 FOCUSING OF HEAT WAVES BY MIRRORS
Loops: Straight Wave Reflection from Straight Barrier
Circular Wave Reflection from Various Barriers
Reflection of Waves from Concave Barriers
Reflection at Plane and Curved Surfaces

(Refraction)
H2-11 SOUND LENS
I5-15 ADIABATIC EXPANSION OF CARBON DIOXIDE
Slide: H-bomb Mushroom Cloud
L6-01 OPTICAL BOARD - CONVERGING SPHERICAL LENS
Loops: Refraction of Waves
Refraction
Glass in Liquids

(Interference)
H2-21 AUDIBLE YOUNG'S EXPERIMENT - GROUP LISTENING
H2-23 INTERFERENCE - KLINGER TRANSPARENT SLIDES
H2-24 AUDIBLE YOUNG'S EXPERIMENT - MIC AND SCOPE
H2-26 PHASE REVERSAL BETWEEN STEREO SPEAKERS
H2-27 PHASE REVERSAL BETWEEN STEREO SPEAKERS - OSCILLATOR
H2-25 QUINCKE'S INTERFERENCE TUBES
M1-13 INTERFERENCE - KLINGER TRANSPARENT SLIDES
Loops: Superposition of Pulses - C2
Interference of Waves - C2
VIDEOTAPE: Noise Cancellation Technologies: Demonstration Tape

(Diffraction)
H2-31 ACOUSTIC COLLIMATOR
H2-32 SPEAKER WITH BAFFLE
H2-33 SPEAKER WITH EXPONENTIAL HORN
Loops: Single Slit Diffraction
Diffraction and Scattering Around Obstacles

(Polarization)
M7-05 ROPE AND COOKIE COOLERS
M7-03 POLAROIDS AND GOOSENECK LAMP
M8-01 POLAROIDS AND KARO SYRUP

2.3 Addition of Waves
H4-01 FOURIER SYNTHESIS
Loops: Single Pulses in a Spring
Superposition of Pulses in a Spring

2.4 Beats
H2-51 BEATS - OSCILLATORS, SPEAKERS, AND OSCILLOSCOPE
H2-52 BEATS AND RESONANCE - TUNING BARS

2.5 Doppler Effect
H2-41 DOPPLER BALL
H2-42 DOPPLER EFFECT - TUNING FORK ON STRING
G4-03 RIPPLE TANK - DOPPLER EFFECT
H1-52 AUDIOTAPE - SCIENCE OF SOUND - LONG VERSION(Doppler effect)
Loop: Doppler Effect

2.6 Shock Waves and Sonic Booms
F4-41 DRUM AND CANDLE
J4-32 DISCHARGE OF CAPACITOR WITH 'BANG'
G3-43 WHIP
Loop: Sources Moving at Speeds Below and Above Wave Speed - C2

2.7 Ultrasonics
H1-41 ULTRASONIC MOTION DETECTOR
H1-42 ULTRASONIC PEST CONTROLLER
H1-43 ULTRASONICS AND HEARING
Slide: Sonograph of Triplets in Uterus
Slide: Sonograph of fetus near full term (detailed)
Slide: Ultrasonic Blood Flow (Doppler shift)
SVHS Videotape: Videotape of blood flow in normal and abnormal hearts

2.8 Infrasonics

Chapter 3: Standing Waves and the Overtone Series

3.1 Transverse Standing Waves
G3-28 SUSPENDED SLINKY
G3-04 SHIVE WAVE MACHINE - STANDING WAVES
G3-51 ROPE WAVE GENERATOR - FREQUENCY VS WAVELENGTH
G3-53 STANDING WAVES IN A STRING
H3-01 STANDING SOUND WAVES - TWO SOURCES
H3-02 STANDING SOUND WAVES - REFLECTION
H4-01 FOURIER SYNTHESIS(addition of waves)
Loops: Transverse Standing Waves in a Spring - Wave Groups
Transverse Stand Waves in a Spring - Contin Wave Trains
Reflection of Waves in a Spring - Free and Fixed End

3.2 Resonance and the Overtone Series
H4-11 SAVART'S DISKS
H4-32 VIBRAPHONE
H3-14 TWIRL-A-TUNE
H3-15 TWIRL-A-TUNE AND VACUUM CLEANER
H3-71 STROKED ALUMINUM ROD
H4-31 VIOLIN
H4-01 FOURIER SYNTHESIS

3.3 Mersenne's Laws
G3-51 ROPE WAVE GENERATOR - FREQUENCY VS WAVELENGTH
G3-52 ROPE WAVE GENERATOR - ROPE TENSION VS. WAVELENGTH
H3-51 SONOMETER WITH TUNING PEGS
H3-52 SONOMETER WITH WEIGHTS

3.4 Longitudinal Standing Waves
G3-28 SUSPENDED SLINKY
H3-03 REFLECTION OF PULSES IN TUBE
H3-05 KUNDT'S TUBE - OSCILLATOR DRIVEN
Slides: Kundt's tube air motion
H3-24 OPEN AND CLOSED PIPES
H3-23 RESONANCE TUBE - OSCILLATOR, PLUNGER AND MICROPHONE
H3-11 TUNING FORKS AND RESONANT TUBE
H3-21 SOUND RESONANCE IN WATER TUBE
H3-17 FLAME TUBE
H4-36 LIP-BLOWN TUBE
H4-37 FLEXIBLE TRUMPET
H4-38 CORNET
H4-39 PLASTIC TUBE FLUTE
H4-40 PLASTIC TUBE CLARINET
H3-12 ROARING TUBE - 4FT
H3-13 ROARING TUBE - 8 FT
Loops: Standing Sound Waves
Standing Waves in a Gas
H1-23 SPEED OF SOUND IN ALUMINUM

3.5 Other Standing Waves and Applications
G3-46 STANDING WAVES IN A WIRE LOOP
G4-22 CHLADNI FIGURES - OSCILLATOR DRIVEN
H3-71 STROKED ALUMINUM ROD
H3-61 BEAKER BREAKER (with stroboscope to see brim oscillations)
H3-62 TEACUP STANDING WAVES
Loops: Soap Film Oscillations
Vibrations of a Drum
Vibrations of a Wire
Vibrations of a Metal Plate
Chladni Plates - Standing Wave Patterns
Rubber Membrane - Standing Wave Patterns
Vibrating Soap Bubbles (Application to nuclear fission)
Videodisk: Takoma Narrows Bridge Collapse

Chapter 4: Analysis and Synthesis of Complex Waves

4.1 Synthesis of Complex Waves
H4-01 FOURIER SYNTHESIS
Loop: Fourier Series

4.2 Fourier Analysis and Fourier Spectra
H4-02 FOURIER ANALYSIS - WAVE SHAPE AND SPECTRUM
H3-21 SOUND RESONANCE IN WATER TUBE
H1-52 AUDIOTAPE 82 MIN - SCIENCE OF SOUND - LONG VERSION
(Section on overtones)

4.3 Analysis of Tone Quality
H5-15 EFFECT OF HARMONIC CONTENT ON TONE QUALITY
H6-01 FOURIER ANALYSIS OF VOICE
H1-52 AUDIOTAPE - SCIENCE OF SOUND - LONG VERSION
(Section on tone quality)
H6-02 VOCAL FORMANTS

4.4 Resonance Curves and Musical Sound Production
H4-21 EDGE TONES
H4-22 BOTTLE BAND
H3-32 RESONANCE IN TUBE - POURING WATER
H3-33 RESONANCE FROM WHITE NOISE IN VARIABLE TUBE
H3-41 RESONANCE CURVES - HELMHOLTZ RESONATORS
H3-42 RESONANCE CURVES - OPEN AND CLOSED TUBES
N1-02 PRISMATIC SPECTRUM OF WHITE LIGHT - INCANDESCENT

Chapter 5: Electronic Music and Synthesizers

5.1 Combination of Waves and Modulation
H4-51 SIGNAL MODULATION - AM AND FM
H4-52 SPECTRUM ANALYSIS OF MODULATION

5.2 Analog Synthesizers and Synthesis of Musical Sounds
H4-56 SYNTHESIZER INTRODUCTION - VOLTAGE CONTROL OF FREQUENCY
H4-54 ARP 2600 ANALOG SYNTHESIZER
H4-53 MOOG ROGUE SYNTHESIZER
Audiotapes of synthesizer music:
Switched-On Bach
A Clockwork Orange

5.3 Digital Synthesizers and Keyboards
H4-57 FREQUENCY MODULATION BY FEEDBACK
H4-55 YAMAHA DX7S DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER
Videotaped or live Synthesizer Lecture

5.4 MIDI

Chapter 6: The Human Ear and Voice

6.1 Peripheral Audio System
H5-02 ANATOMY OF THE EAR - SLIDES AND ATLAS
H5-01 EAR MODEL

6.2 Place Theory of Hearing
H5-11 WAVETEK AND AUDIO CART - FREQUENCY RANGE OF HEARING
H5-12 WAVETEKS AND AUDIO CART - CRITICAL BAND
H5-20 HEARING SCIENCE LABORATORY - FREQUENCY JND
H5-43 AUDIOTAPE 6 MIN - SHEPARD'S TONES
Movie: A Pair of Paradoxes (VHS tape)

6.3 Amplitude Response of the Ear

6.4 Logarithms and Sound Intensity Scales
H1-32 WAVETEK AND AUDIO CART - EQUAL SOUND LEVEL STEPS
H5-21 THREE DECIBELS
H1-52 AUDIOTAPE 82 MIN - SCIENCE OF SOUND - LONG VERSION (Intensity Section)

6.5 Periodicity Pitch and Fundamental Tracking
H4-01 FOURIER SYNTHESIS

6.6 Aural Harmonics
H5-19 SUM AND DIFFERENCE TONES
H5-18 DIFFERENCE FREQUENCIES - AUDIO CART

6.7 Ohm's Law of Hearing
H5-17 WAVETEKS AND AUDIO CART - QUALITY BEATS
H5-16 OHM'S LAW OF HEARING - FOURIER SYNTHESIZER

6.8 Masking
H5-13 WAVETEKS AND AUDIO CART - MASKING
H5-14 ARP SYNTHESIZER - MASKING BY NARROW-BAND NOISE

6.9 Binaural Effects
H5-31 DIPLACUSIS AND BINAURAL BEATS

6.10 Hearing Loss

6.11 Anatomy of the Vocal Tract
F5-01 BERNOULLI'S PRINCIPLE - TOY CAR AND BALL
F5-03 BERNOULLI'S PRINCIPLE - THIN METAL SHEETS
F5-06 BERNOULLI'S PRINCIPLE - BEACH BALL
F5-07 BERNOULLI'S PRINCIPLE - SPOOL AND CARDBOARD

6.12 Vocal Formants
H4-02 FOURIER ANALYSIS - WAVE SHAPE AND SPECTRUM
H6-02 VOCAL FORMANTS
H6-03 VOCAL FORMANTS - MODEL
H6-04 HELIUM VOICE
H6-05 SULFUR HEXAFLUORIDE VOICE
H6-01 FOURIER ANALYSIS OF VOICE
H6-11 AUDIOTAPE 60 MIN - MUSIC OF TIBET(Use a few minutes.)
H6-13 COMPACT DISC - HUUN-HUUR-TU
H6-12 AUDIOTAPE 60 MIN - THE HARMONIC CHOIR(Use a few minutes.)
H6-06 ARP SYNTHESIZER - WOW

6.13 Analysis of Vocal Sounds
H6-14 AUDIOTAPE 5 MIN - SYNTHETIC SPEECH
H6-21 BIRD SONGS - AUDIOTAPES, SLIDES AND SPECTROGRAMS

Chapter 7: Sound Recording and Reproduction

7.1 Electrical Circuits and Ohm's Law
K5-31 OHM'S LAW

7.2 Reproduction and Amplification Systems
AUDIO CART - COMPLETE AUDIO SYSTEM

7.3 Microphones
J4-01 PARALLEL PLATE CAPACITOR
J4-51 THEREMIN
SONY ELECTRET CONDENSER MICROPHONE
K2-03 FARADAY'S EXPERIMENT ON INDUCTION
K2-04 FARADAY'S EXPERIMENT - EME SET - 20, 40, 80 TURN COILS
K2-01 EARTH INDUCTOR (also with small magnet)

7.4 Loudspeakers
AUDIO CART - LARGE ADVENT SPEAKERS
H1-12 VISIBLE WAVEFORMS ON LARGE LOUDSPEAKER
K1-03 FORCE ON CURRENT IN MAGNETIC FIELD
K2-61 THOMSON'S COIL
H4-65 CROSSOVER NETWORK FOR SPEAKERS
H4-66 CROSSOVER NETWORK - LARGE ADVENT

7.5 Preamplifiers
AUDIO CART - PREAMPLIFIER
H1-52 AUDIOTAPE 82 MIN - SCIENCE OF SOUND -LONG VERSION(Section on filtering)

7.6 Power Amplifiers
AUDIO CART - STEREO AMPLIFIER
H4-64 DISTORTION IN AUDIO AMPLIFIER

7.7 AM-FM Tuners
H4-58 AMPLITUDE MODULATION IN RADIO

7.8 Tape Recorders
J7-22 MAGNETIC DOMAINS WITH TV
J7-21 HYSTERESIS
H4-61 HARMONIC DISTORTION OF TAPE RECORDER

7.9 Digital Sound Reproduction and the Compact Disc
H4-67 CD WITH HOLE
DEMONSTRATION CD

7.10 Digital Compression and MP3
H4-68 MP3 COMPRESSION

Chapter 8: Room and Auditorium Acoustics

8.1 Criteria in Acoustical Design

8.2 Problems in Acoustical Design

8.3 Control of Reverberation Time

REVERBERATION TIME OF LECTURE HALL

8.4 Design of Auditoriums
H4-71 AUDIOTAPE 20 MIN - ACOUSTICS FOR THE MUSIC EDUCATOR

8.5 Home listening Rooms

Chapter 9: Musical Temperament and Pitch
H4-01 FOURIER SYNTHESIS (Chords in true temperament)
H4-32 VIBRAPHONE
H4-13 PLAYING IN JUST INTONATION
H4-17 AUDIOTAPE 16 MIN - MUSICAL TEMPERAMENT
H4-55 YAMAHA DX7S DIGITAL SYNTHESIZER

Chapter 10: Woodwind Instruments
H4-39 PLASTIC TUBE FLUTE
H4-40 PLASTIC TUBE CLARINET

Chapter 11: Brass Instruments
H4-36 LIP-BLOWN TUBE
H4-37 FLEXIBLE TRUMPET
H4-38 CORNET

Chapter 12: String Instruments
H4-34 GUITAR AND OSCILLOSCOPE
H4-31 VIOLIN

Chapter 13: The Piano

Chapter 14: Percussion Instruments

H3-74 TUNING BAR PARADOX - EFFECT OF WIDTH

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For comments or constructive criticism of this document
please e-mail Dr. Richard Berg, reberg@physics.umd.edu,
or send comments by phone or to the mailing address on the home page.
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