Effect of striking point and striking dynamics on the amplitude spectrum of piano signals;
There are two strings, with a four- or five-octave range.
An instrument with wire strings of graduated lengths stretched over a sound box, played by striking with two padded hammers or by plucking.
Study of Big Mileage High Accuracy Read Directly Rorce Sensor for Pulling Force Measurement of Anchor Rope;
Study on construction control technologies for long-span prestressed beam string structure
Research on Temperature Sensitivity in Vibrating Wire Sensor to Earth Pressure
Research on the Static Sensitivity and Dynamic Characteristic of Bar-type and Sine Fiber Optic Hydrophone Unit;
The percussion section of an orchestra.
he instrument has two strings with a four-octave range, and it is played with a horsetail-hair bow on the outside of the strings.
can be turned to regulate the pitch of the strings of a stringed instrument.
It is slow to reload and lacks the distance of drawn bows but makes up for it in power.
a stringed instrument that is played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike tuned strings and produce sounds.
The range is normally five octaves, and sometimes four in special cases.
A gravitating Dirac-Born-Infeld gobal string
Study on Dynamic Property and Dynamic Responses of Beam String Structure with Double-layer Strings;
The orchestra's performance last night was flawless.
the percussion (players of)percussion instrumentsin an orchestra
The strings of a piano vibrates when the keys are struck.