Sound Energy

In physics, sound energy is a mode of energy. Sound is a mechanical wave and as such subsist physically in oscillatory elastic compression and in oscillatory displacement of a fluid. Sound energy is the form of energy created when a body vibrates. Once formed through vibrations, sound energy is transferred in waves through mediums such as air and water before it reaches your ears.

Sound energy is commonly measured by its intensity and pressure, in special units known as Pascal’s and decibels. In light of the evidence that sound is a mechanical wave, it develop physically in oscillatory elastic compression as well as in oscillatory displacement of fluid. 


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