Vibrational Modes of the (0,3) ModeWe need to respect others' space and clean up our own orbit. - Patsy Clairmont
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Vibrational Modes of the (0,3) Mode

The (0,3) mode has two circular nodal points and vibrates at 3.598 times the frequency of the (0,3) mode. The first nodal point is hard to see in this example but occurs near the center. This mode adds to the sound of the thump when the drum is struck in the middle, but not to the musical quality of the drum.

 

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