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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thinksound[TM] headphones are made with real wood, creating a more natural resonance and unparalleled acoustics.
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.
The songs of the Appalachians mountains and the Southern States of America find a natural resonance throughout most of Ulster and especially in Tyrone.
Instead, their ambition is that their choice will have a natural resonance with (and relevance to) British architectural culture.
It is a marvellous venue for this kind of (largely) acoustic country/folk where the natural resonance of the building aids the performers, particularly singers.
Because the mechanical properties of the cell wall remained constant but experiments yielded different frequencies, Gimzewski says the vibration couldn't result from the wall's natural resonance.
The Penn State group has developed loudspeakers that not only operate near their natural resonance frequencies but also use metal bellows that replace loudspeaker cones to compress the gas used for chilling.
The company's SurfaceSound technology employs small "exciters" to utilize the natural resonance frequencies of stiff, light panels in order to produce sound.
The Penn State group has developed loudspeakers that operate near their natural resonance frequencies, and replace loudspeaker cones with metal bellows that compress the gas used for chilling.
The frequency was manually swept through the lower audible range until the lowest natural resonance of the cavity was evidenced by clearly discernable reverberation of the chamber.
Another innovation in the transaction is AIR's ACM(TM), which models buildings as complex configurations of individual structural and non-structural components, each of which responds uniquely to the natural resonance between the building and incoming seismic waves.

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