The Doppler Effect in Sound Waves Calculator will calculate the:
|Sound Source Properties (choose one)|
|Detector (Sound receiver) Properties (choose one)|
|The frequency of sound due to the Doppler Effect is Hz (Hertz)|
|Frequency of sound due to the Doppler Effect calculation|
|f = v ± vd/v ± vs × f0|
f = / ×
f = / ×
f = ×
|The Doppler Effect In Sound Waves Calculator Input Values|
|Speed of sound wave (v) m/s|
|Original sound frequency (f0) Hz|
|Speed of the sound source (vs) m/s|
|Speed of detector (receiver) (vd) m/s|
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The following sign rules apply to the values entered into the The Doppler Effect In Sound Waves Calculator when computed within the formula:
The appropriate math sign is applied within the formula based on the properties of the problem (source moving towards the detector, source moving away from the detector, detector moving towards the source, detector moving away from the source or both source and detector and stationary).
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