Shubham Kumar posted an Question
June 21, 2021 • 22:07 pm 30 points
  • IIT JAM
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Example. six simple harmonic oscllations each of same frequency and equal amplitude are suderposed. the phase difference between any two consecutive oscillation

Example. Six simple harmonic oscllations each of same frequency and equal amplitude are SuDerposed. The phase difference between any two consecutive oscillations i.e., superposed. The constant, where , is the phase of the nh oscillation. If the resultant amplitude of the superposition is zero, what is the phase difference Aộ ? Ao is = Aộ is - (lIT JAM Physics 2011) (A) (B) 3 Tt (C) 2 (D) 2p Solution. (D) Resultant amplitude of the superposition of n SHM is asin(ns/2 sin(6/2) where, 8= no= A¢ R=- R- asin(no sin (nö /2) =0nð/2 0 sin (8/2) =T A =27

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    Ravi bhushan best-answer

    Here is the detailed solution. Option d is the correct answer.

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  • Shubham kumar Mahanta

    how to find resultant amplitude of superposition of SHM

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