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## MCQ on Oscillators for Students

## Longitudinal and transverse waves of sound can be distinguished by using the property of

1. polarization

2. interference

3. reflection

4. diffraction

Option 1 – polarization

## A tuning fork of frequency 160 is sounded along with a sonometer wire of length 25 cm stretched to a tension of 1.25 kg. wt. The no. of beats produced is

1. 15

2. 20

3. 10

4. 5

Option 2 – 20

## In a sonometer chord of length 24.7 cm resonance, at fundamental vibrations, occurs with a tuning fork of frequency 256 Hz, the velocity of the wave is

1. 126 m/s

2. 130m/s

3. 332 m/s

4. 350 m/s

Option 1 – 126 m/s

## An open organ pipe has a fundamental frequency of 300 Hz. The first overtone of this organ pipe is the same as the first overtone of a closed organ pipe. The length of the closed organ pipe is

1. 0.90m

2. 0.68m

3. 0.82m

4. 0.41m

Option 4 – 0.41m

## ………. is defined as the tangential force per unit area required to maintain a unit velocity gradient

1. viscosity

2. thermal conductivity

3. transport phenomenon

4. none of the above

Option 2 – thermal conductivity

## The coefficient of viscosity of a gas is directly proportional to the square root of its

1. pressure

2. density

3. mass

4. temperature

Option 4 – temperature

## The small damping ratio of the response at resonance to the response at zero driving frequency (p=0) is equal to the of the system.

1. quality factor

2. damping factor

3. resonance factor

4. none of the above

Option 1 – quality factor

## For tight coupling of the oscillators, resonance occurs at

1. two widely separated frequencies

2. single high frequency

3. two close frequencies

4. None of above

Option 1 – two widely separated frequencies

## A stiffness-coupled system consists of 4 simple pendulums. In how many normal modes a system can oscillate at a time

1. 3

2. 4

3. 1

4. 2

Option 1 – 3

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