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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Fundamental Frequency, Square Root, Sine Wave

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17 Oct 2016
6
Amount of vibratory displacement; distance molecules are displaced from object at rest. 4 ways to measure amplitude: instantaneous. Amount of vibratory
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sound Intensity, Headphones, Reverberation

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1 Nov 2016
2
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fundamental Frequency, Musical Tone

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20 Oct 2016
3
Until now, waves have been discussed as traveling infinitely in space (cid:523)(cid:498)completely free boundary(cid:499)(cid:524) Part of the wave is
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Frequency Response, Tuning Fork, Vocal Tract

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1 Nov 2016
2
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Stria Vascularis Of Cochlear Duct, Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Cochlear Nucleus

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4 Oct 2016
3
There are 2 priamry direct current (dc) potentials measured in the cochlea with no stimulation necessary: endocochlear potential. Generated by stria va
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Limbu People, Labyrinths, Saccule

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13 Sep 2016
1
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tuning Fork, Frequency Response, Damping Ratio

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15 Nov 2016
1
Although the tone at the resonant frequency becomes louder, it vibrates for a shorter time: energy from the tuning fork tines is being imparted to the
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tuning Fork, Sine Wave, Frequency Response

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15 Nov 2016
2
Amplitude: (cid:498)strength of vibration(cid:499) object at rest. Exam 2: amount of vibratory displacement; distance molecules are displaced from, psy
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Vestibular Duct, Ossicles, Ear Canal

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4 Oct 2016
7
Vibration of air molecules in air leads to vibration of air molecules in the external auditory canal: sound is traveling in the medium of air. Perilymp
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Rubber Band, Simple Harmonic Motion, Rarefaction

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4 Oct 2016
12
What is sound: a disturbance of particles in a medium. There are 3 necessary components for sound production: energy source, body capable of vibration,
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ear Canal, Oval Window, Basilar Membrane

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22 Sep 2016
3
Vibration of air molecules in air leads to vibration of air molecules in the external auditory canal: sound is traveling in the medium of air. Perilymp
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URICMD 278Milner BethanyFall

CMD 278 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Vestibulocochlear Nerve, Audiogram, Stria Vascularis Of Cochlear Duct

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27 Sep 2016
3
There are 2 primary direct current (dc) potentials measured in the cochlea with no stimulation necessary: endocochlear potential, the largest potential
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