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You have a violin string at a known initial frequency, tension and mass/length, ie. knowing everything. You retune another string on teh same bridge, and thus changing the geometry of this string as well (it becomes a bit shorter). If you know the new geometry of the possition of the string(by use of laser), and everything else except the tension and frequency in the string is known, how is the relation between the geometry (length, mass per length, etc) of the string compared to the tension in the string, and how can this be calculated? Greetings Kirsten
Re: Knowing the geometry changes of a string, how to calculate new tension?
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