[n] - (physics) the point of maximum displacement in a periodic system
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For a particular mode of vibration, a line around the bell parallel to the rim, or a line from rim to crown, where the amplitude of the vibration is maximum. See also nodal circle and nodal line.
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Point of maximum displacement. The location may change with time and frequency for complex systems. If dealing with sound waves, this is the point where the sound is the loudest. See also: Anti Resonance.
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noun (physics) the point of maximum displacement in a periodic system
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(from the article `standing wave`) ...times there are positions (N) along the rope, called nodes, at which there is no movement at all; there the two wave trains are always in ... ...two positions occurring at time intervals of one-half period. In the centre of the string is the point at which the s...
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antinode, antinodal 1. For a standing wave, the region or point of maximum amplitude between adjacent nodes in a standing wave. 2. A point, or region, of maximum amplitude of a wave characteristic in a system in which the wave form is stationary in time.
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in a medium where a standing wave exists, point at which the amplitude of a specified time-dependent quantity has a maximum value NOTE - If the antinode is not an isolated point, the terms 'antinodal line', 'antinodal point' or 'antinodal surface' are used.
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point, line or surface in a standing wave where some specified characteristic of the wave field has maximum amplitude NOTE - The appropriate modifier should be used before the word 'antinode' to signify the type that is intended; e.g. displacement antinode, particle velocity antinode, sound pressure...
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• Either of the two points on an orbit where a line in the orbit plane, perpendicular to the line of nodes, and passing through the focus, intersects the orbit. • CELESTIAL MECHANICS • A point, line, or surface in a standing wave where some characteristic of the...
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