By Kumar Manoj

ISBN-10: 8182472261

ISBN-13: 9788182472266

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16. SONAR stands for (a) Sound not radiated (b) (c) Sound Navigation and radiation (d) Sound obstackes and radiantions. None of these. The sound wave of frequency more than 10 9 is known as \53\ (a) (c) 17. Ultrasonic Audible sound (b) (d) Infrasonic Hypersonics The time gap between the two sounds for an echo is 1 (a) 1 sec. (b) 10 (c) 1 min. (d) None of these. sec. VERY SHORT ANSWER TYPE QUESTIONS :- 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 1. 2. 3. 4. Define coefficient of absorption of sound.

2) INFRASONICS:- The sound of frequency less than 20 Hz which is not heard by the normal human ear is called infrasonics. These sounds can be used to break the rocks and similar other object. (3) ULTRASONICS:- The sound wave of frequency more 20 KHz or 20000 Hz are known as ultrasonics. This sound can not be heard by the human beings. But some animals like Dogs, Bats, Mosquito etc. heard the unltrasonics. PRODUCTION OF ULTRASONICS WAVES :- The untrasonics waves can be produced mainly by the following two methods.

04 2. 03 3. 06 4. Wooden Doors 400 m 2 100 no. 00 omu / seat 100 no. 00 omu I seat 6. Seats Cone. 8. 36 l. Plastered Ceiling 5. Seats Cushioned 7. sec. T2 Find the reverberation time for a hall of2600m 3 with a seating capacity of200 Persons (a) with empty (b) when ful with audience from the folIowing data. Surface 6. 89 [Ans. 05 sec. ] What is reverberation time of a hall of 3000m volume and 1850m 2 area. 2 omu. [Ans. ] A man shouts into a mine. 2 sec. If the velocity of sound is 340 m/s. Find the depthe of the mine.

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