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stationary wave

[′stā·shə‚ner·ē ′wāv]
(physics)
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2]) (settled at 3/4 [lambda]) is open, all other taps being closed, now in (c) point, the pressure variation is always zero, none energy will be absorbed by the engine, and the stationary wave will persist in the entire length of the pipe.
c) If the engine is connected at the intermediate point, a part from the energy will be absorbed by the engine, or stationary wave will persist with reduced amplitude between the generator (g) and engine, the liquid state between it could be considered as result of two overlapped waves: one stationary wave and one progressive wave.
w] used stationary waves and Kundt tub is approximately, such as other methods, but has the advantage of small size.
This method of measurement of phonic-absorbent coefficient with stationary waves and Kundt tub is simple and of lab technique.