Visually, a Ruben’s tube showcases standing waves. When the speaker inputs sound into the tube, it creates pressure waves. At the right frequency (ie. The fundamental frequency or resonant frequency of the tube), high pressure peaks leaving the speaker will consistently meet up with a low pressure trough reflecting back from the closed end of… Continue reading How does it work?
Since I’m using LPG/Propane gas, the speed of sound in it is 258 m/s. (v) The length of my pipe is 2.4m. (L) Therefore, to calculate the wavelength, it will be: λ = 4L λ = 4*2.4 λ = 9.6 Therefore, the frequency will be: f = v/λ f = 258/9.6 f = 26.875 Now… Continue reading First Tube Frequencies: 2.4m
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Some of the feedback I’ve received about my game rules, is that it can be difficult to follow at times. When showing my drafted rule book to my Dad, he suggested a flow chart would be the best way to ensure easy understanding of how to play. Below is…
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