A TEXTBOOK OF OSCILLATIONS, WAVESAND ACOUSTICS, 5/e

A TEXTBOOK OF OSCILLATIONS, WAVESAND ACOUSTICS, 5/e

Authors : DR. M. GHOSH & DR. D. BHATTACHARYA

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About the Author

DR. M. GHOSH :-  
D.Sc. Griffith Memorial Prize Man, Calcutta University; Associate Fellow of the Institute of Physics, London; Principal and Head of the Physics Department (Retd.),City College, Calcutta; Formerly, Head of the Physics Department, Burdwan Raj College; Lecturer (BES), Presidency College, Calcutta, Lecturer; Post-Graduate Physics Department, Calcutta University, Formerly, Professor (part time), Ram Krishna Mission Residential College, Narendrapur.


DR. D. BHATTACHARYA :-  
Ph.D. Head of the Department Reader of Physics (Retd.), Barrackpore Rastraguru Surendranath College, Formerly Lecturer, Ramsaday College, Amta, Howrah.
 

About the Book

 
This book introduces to acoustics. It is mainly written for undergraduate students of science and engineering. This book is based on the U.G.C. curriculum. Some new articles are also included. A few university problems are solved and some questions are also included in this edition.
 

Table of Content

 
Sound and its Character • Simple Harmonic Motion • Free, Damped and Forced Vibration • Coupled Vibration • Fourier Analysis • Anharmonic (Asymmetric) Vibration and Combinational Tones • Wave Motion • Reflection, Refraction, Interference, Diffraction, Stationary Wave, Beats, Phase Velocity and Group Velocity, Doppler Effect • Velocity of Acoustic Waves (Longitudinal and Transverse Wave) • Transverse Vibration of Stretched String and Stringed Musical Instruments • Vibration of a Bar • Vibration of Membranes and Plates • Vibration of Air Column • Heat Maintained Sound • Velocity of Sound and its Measurements • Frequency and its Measurement • Intensity and its Measurement • Speech and Hearing • Musical Sound • Microphones and Loud Speakers • Recording of Sound and Reproduction • Shock Waves — Explosive Sound • Ultrasonics • Architectural Acoustics • Electrical Analogy of Acoustic Vibration • Introduction