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The Intensity of Polarized Light Calculator will calculate the:
Calculator Limitations: Sound waves are considered as standing.
|The intensity of sound waves when energy of sound and distance from the source are known is W/m2|
|The loudness of sound waves when their intensity is known is dB|
|Intensity of sound wave calculation|
|I = E × v/4π × r3|
I = × /(4 × ) × 3
I = / ×
I = /
|Loudness of sound wave calculation|
| L(dB) = 10 × logE × v × I0/4π × r3|
L(dB) = 10 × log × × /(4 × ) × 3
L(dB) = 10 × log/ ×
L(dB) = 10 × log/
L(dB) = 10 × log
L(dB) = 10 ×
|Intensity Of Polarized Light Calculator Input Values|
|Energy of sound waves (E) J|
|Speed of sound wave (v) m/s|
|Distance from the source (r) m|
|Archimedes constant (π)|
|Threshold of hearing (I0) W/m2|
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