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nitin singh Grade: 12
        

ve never really worked with Acoustics before but have been looking into acoustic raditation, effects in cavitation, acoustic fields, sonar, etc. However, it has been pretty difficult to find any information on equations or modeling of the collision of the acoustic waves.

The example problem I am looking at is:
what would happen if two frequency waves (maybe two high frequency...or two low frequency...or one of each) collided or interrputed each others acoustic field? Like an emitter colliding with an echolocation type chirp.

6 years ago

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SAGAR SINGH - IIT DELHI
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Dear nitin,


To first order, acoustic waves don't 'collide' per se, they superpose--thats how you hear numerous sounds simultaneously.




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