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Studied physics,

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Plays at making music.


Apr
14
answered How to model “Doppler Distortion” of speakers?
Apr
13
comment How to model “Doppler Distortion” of speakers?
"this model also seems applicable to real audio speakers" - many times you have a single cone trying to reproduce the entire spectrum.
Apr
11
comment How to model “Doppler Distortion” of speakers?
@ChrisMueller that's the article linked to in this question.
Apr
11
revised How to model “Doppler Distortion” of speakers?
added emphasis on single-cone
Apr
11
comment How to model “Doppler Distortion” of speakers?
I care about normal, single cone speakers, but introduced the idea of a tweeter mounted on a woofer as a way to make obvious the idea that the slower motion of the cone will impart a Doppler shift onto to frequency components of the signal.
Apr
11
comment How to model “Doppler Distortion” of speakers?
Related to trying to solve this question music.stackexchange.com/q/16691
Apr
11
asked How to model “Doppler Distortion” of speakers?
Mar
19
comment Write down equations for the electric field and magnetic fields components of a linearly polarized plane wave
You need to recognize that the $E$ and $B$ fields are vector quantities: $\vec{E}( z,t)$, $\vec{B}(z,t)$.
Mar
15
revised Failure of a simple stat mech simulation
added chemical potential version
Mar
14
answered Failure of a simple stat mech simulation
Dec
11
comment Do superheating and supercooling only occur from liquid?
c.f. cloud chambers for an application of vapor->liquid transition
Nov
8
answered Bathroom photons from the edge at the universe
Nov
6
comment Infinite Mirror Face to Face With Infinite Two Way Mirror
I can't tell where the observer is relative to the mirrors.
Nov
6
revised What exactly is the 'lift' of a sailboat as explained by Bernoulli principle
looking for a good way to emphsize that you shouldn't conflate Bernouli's principle with the equal times fallacy.
Nov
6
revised What exactly is the 'lift' of a sailboat as explained by Bernoulli principle
weasel words; fixed grammer, added visualization
Nov
6
comment What exactly is the 'lift' of a sailboat as explained by Bernoulli principle
The sailboat's keel resists (via drag in the water) motion perpendicular to the keel of the boat.
Nov
6
revised What exactly is the 'lift' of a sailboat as explained by Bernoulli principle
directly answered question
Nov
6
revised What exactly is the 'lift' of a sailboat as explained by Bernoulli principle
summary paragraph.
Nov
6
answered What exactly is the 'lift' of a sailboat as explained by Bernoulli principle
Nov
5
answered Relativistic Time Difference