Worksheet
Doppler Effect
Printer Friendly Version
Use the hint buttons to assist you in answering these questions. Feel free to view correct answers as often as you need always remembering to try and make your first answers as accurate as possible. You must show all of your work on your papers and get then initialed and dated for your notebooks.
1. What is the frequency heard by a person driving at 15 m/sec toward a blowing factory whistle (f = 800 hz) if the speed of sound is 340.6 m/sec?
764.8 hz
793.6 hz
806.4 hz
835.2 hz
2. What frequency would he hear after passing the factory if he continues at the same speed?
Refer to the following information for the next three questions.
A car is racing away from a siren at 25 m/sec. The siren is emitting a frequency of 1200 hz. The air temperature is 30ºC.
What is the speed of sound at this temperature?
What frequency is heard by the person driving the car?
How fast would he have to travel to hear a frequency that is only 85% of the siren's true frequency?
Refer to the following information for the next question.
You are standing in the median between the lanes of a N-S highway, listening to five identical cars. At t = 0 sec, all five are at located 343 meters away from you and are moving as shown below. The sound from all five reach your ear one second later. This
physlet
shows how a moving source affects the apparent frequency heard by a stationary listener.
30 m/s, steady speed, away from you going N
30 m/s, steady speed, towards you going N
30 m/s, steady speed, towards you going S
30 m/s, steady speed, away from you going S
pulled off on the side of the road
Rank in order, from highest to lowest, the seven frequencies f
_{1}
to f
_{5}
that you hear at t = 1 s.
Refer to the following information for the next three questions.
In each diagram, information about the frequencies heard by the listener are based on time.
A
B
C
D
E
In which diagram(s) is the car initially (0 < t < 2) moving away from your position?
A
B
C
D
E
In which diagram(s) is the car initially (0 < t < 2) moving towards you at a faster rate than it when leaves?
A
B
C
D
E
In which diagram(s) does the car travel at a constant speed throughout the entire time?
A
B
C
D
E
Related Documents
Lab:
Labs -
Directions: Constructive and Destructive Interference
Labs -
Doppler Effect: Source Moving
Labs -
Frequency of Vibrating Strings
Labs -
Illuminance by a Light Source
Labs -
Inertial Mass
Labs -
Interference Shading
Labs -
Pipe Music
Labs -
Relationship Between Tension in a String and Wave Speed
Labs -
Relationship Between Tension in a String and Wave Speed Along the String
Labs -
Ripple Tank Checklists
Labs -
Ripple Tank Checklists
Labs -
Ripple Tank Sample Solutions
Labs -
Ripple Tank Student Involvement Sheet
Labs -
Simple Pendulums: Class Data
Labs -
Simple Pendulums: LabPro Data
Labs -
Speed of a Wave Along a Spring
Labs -
Speed of Sound in Air
Labs -
Speed of Sound in Copper
Labs -
Video: Law of Reflection
Labs -
Video: Law of Reflection Sample Diagram
Resource Lesson:
RL -
Barrier Waves, Bow Waves, and Shock Waves
RL -
Beats: An Example of Interference
RL -
Interference of Waves
RL -
Interference: In-phase Sound Sources
RL -
Introduction to Sound
RL -
Law of Reflection
RL -
Physical Optics - Thin Film Interference
RL -
Resonance in Pipes
RL -
Resonance in Strings
RL -
Ripple Tank Video Guides
RL -
SHM Equations
RL -
Simple Harmonic Motion
RL -
Sound Level Intensity
RL -
Speed of Waves Along a String
RL -
The Doppler Effect
RL -
Vibrating Systems - Simple Pendulums
RL -
Vibration Graphs
RL -
Wave Fundamentals
RL -
Waveform vs Vibration Graphs
REV -
Orbitals
Review:
REV -
Chapter 26: Sound
REV -
Honors Review: Waves and Introductory Skills
REV -
Physics I Review: Waves and Introductory Skills
REV -
Sound
REV -
Waves and Sound
REV -
Waves and Sound
Worksheet:
APP -
Echo Chamber
APP -
The Dog-Eared Page
CP -
Light Properties
CP -
Reflection
CP -
Shock Waves
CP -
Sound
CP -
Waves and Vibrations
NT -
Apparent Depth
NT -
Atmospheric Refraction
NT -
Concert
NT -
Light vs Sound Waves
NT -
Shock Cone
NT -
Sound Waves
NT -
Standing Waves
WS -
Beats
WS -
Beats, Doppler, Resonance Pipes, and Sound Intensity
WS -
Counting Vibrations and Calculating Frequency/Period
WS -
Doppler - A Challenge Problem
WS -
Fixed and Free-end Reflections
WS -
Fundamental Wave Terms
WS -
Illuminance 1
WS -
Illuminance 2
WS -
Interference: In-phase Sound Sources
WS -
Lab Discussion: Inertial and Gravitational Mass
WS -
More Practice with Resonance in Pipes
WS -
More Practice with the Doppler Practice
WS -
Practice with Resonance in Pipes
WS -
Practice with the Doppler Effect
WS -
Practice: Speed of a Wave Along a String
WS -
Pulse Superposition: Interference
WS -
Ripple Tank Review
WS -
Sound Vocabulary
WS -
Speed of Sound
WS -
Speed of Sound (Honors)
WS -
Standing Wave Patterns #1
WS -
Standing Wave Patterns #2
WS -
Standing Wave Patterns #3
WS -
Standing Wave Patterns #4
WS -
Vibrating Systems - Period and Frequency
WS -
Wave Phenomena Reading Guide
WS -
Wave Pulses
WS -
Waveform and Vibration Graphs #1
WS -
Waveform and Vibration Graphs #2
TB -
25A: Introduction to Waves and Vibrations
TB -
25B: Vibrations and Waves
TB -
25C: Wave Speed
TB -
25D: Interference
TB -
25E: Doppler
TB -
25F: Doppler Effect (continued)
TB -
26B: Speed of Sound
TB -
26C: Resonance
TB -
26D: Beats
TB -
26E: Decibels
TB -
27A: Light Properties
TB -
Decibels and Sound Intensity #1
TB -
Decibels and Sound Intensity #2
TB -
Interference Re-examined
TB -
Refraction Phenomena Reading Questions
TB -
Sound: Mixed Practice
TB -
Waves and Vibrations
PhysicsLAB
Copyright © 1997-2018
Catharine H. Colwell
All rights reserved.
Application Programmer
Mark Acton