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The Energy and Power of Waves Calculator with calculate the:

- Energy of mechanical waves produced by an oscillating spring or rope.
- Power of mechanical waves produced by an oscillating rope.

The energy of mechanical waves produced by an oscillating spring or rope is J |

The power of mechanical waves produced by an oscillating rope is W |

Energy of mechanical waves calculation |
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E = 2 × m × A^{2} × π^{2}/T^{2}E = 2 × × ^{2} × ^{2}/^{2}E = 2 × × × /E = /E = |

Power of mechanical wave calculation |

P = 2 × μ × v × A^{2} × π^{2}/T^{2}P = 2 × × × ^{2} × ^{2}/^{2}P = 2 × × × × /P = /P = |

Energy And Power Of Waves Calculator Input Values |

Mass of spring or rope (m) kg |

Amplitude (A) m |

Period of wave (T) s |

Archimedes constant (π) |

Linear mass density (μ) kg/m |

Speed of wave (v) m/s |

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E = *2 × m × A*^{2} × π^{2}*/**T*^{2}

The Energy of mechanical waves formula derives from the combination of two other formulae

P = *2 × μ × v × A*^{2} × π^{2}*/**T*^{2}

The Power of mechanical wave formula derives from the combination of two other formulae

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