natural resonance

natural resonance

[′nach·rəl ′rez·ən·əns]
(physics)
Resonance in which the period or frequency of the applied agency maintaining oscillation is the same as the natural period of oscillation of a system.
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Filipinos have a natural resonance toward Disney and Marvel, whether it's through music or characters,' says Cabalinan.
Our headphones are made with real wood, creating a more natural resonance and unparalleled acoustics.
Composers who follow this school are interested in the natural resonance of sounds, causing them to write notes in their music with very specific tunings, also outside of Equal Temperament.
They use simulation programs to better understand and design for the natural resonance of bridges, buildings, and other structures.
To their surprise, Hunt and her colleagues also learned that, by providing an impulse on the surface of the massive mound of sand--a simple hammer blow on a plate, for example--they could trigger the natural resonance within the dune.
The importance of Albertan playwright Elsie Park Gowan's The Last Caveman to Sydney Risk's Vancouver-based Everyman Theatre Company in the 1940s, Risk's involvement in theatre in both provinces, the easy travel across the borders by artists like Sharon Pollock, George Ryga, Margo Kane, and Morris Panych, suggest a natural resonance between these two political entities.
k] is the eigenvalue or the natural resonance of a single NP due to the charges on the surface denoted by polar distance r, and d[S.
Effective intonation work involves matching stopped notes to open strings to enhance the instrument's natural resonance.
It's one with a natural resonance for the middle class, for Latinos, for African-Americans, for believers of all kinds -- indeed for anyone.
According to Caltech, the laser wavelength is chosen to match a natural resonance in the gold particles, and those particles in the small spot (approx.

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