Jacobs Journal of Computer Science

Sound Resonance and Wave Properties in Gases and Liquids Investigating the Nature of Sound waves

*Ruslan Pozinkevych MS
Department Of Computer Science, Lesya Ukrainka Ukraine, Ukraine

*Corresponding Author:
Ruslan Pozinkevych MS
Department Of Computer Science, Lesya Ukrainka Ukraine, Ukraine
Email:galagut@protonmail.com

Published on: 2019-06-04

Abstract

A mathematical model is used which presents a system of waves as a sum or difference of two vectors which is the resulting vector or a shockwave It is a model that has been obtained after using detailed analysis of both longitudinal and transverse waves. The purpose of my research is to make a phenomenon such as interference of waves to be studied as a means of creating of energy that can be utilized for the purposes of engineering physics research and mathematical description. My research is called Sound resonance and wave Properties in Gases and liquids investigating the nature of sound waves.

Keywords

Constructive/destructive interference; Exponential form; Longitudinal waves; Shockwave; Sound resonance; Strength of wave; Transverse waves; Vector sum/difference; Wave vector

Introduction

Our research is an attempt to derive mathematical formula to describe the state of a system created by two or more waves resulting in a shockwave production. The shockwave produced is a carrier of an energy that can be used for motion in gases and liquids. To be able to utilize this energy we must be able to describe the state of a system of two or more waves at any given time thus deriving a formula that links energy produced to the component characteristics of the wave e.g. frequency amplitude etc. A mathematical model is used which presents a system of waves as a sum or difference of two vectors which is the resulting vector or a shockwave It is a model that has been obtained after using detailed analysis of both longitudinal and transverse waves. The purpose of my research is to make a phenomenon such as interference of waves to be studied as a means of creating of energy that can be utilized for the purposes of engineering physics research and mathematical description. My research is called “Sound resonance and wave Properties in Gases and liquids investigating the nature of sound waves.”