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Tubes of Rubens 2D: Basically, in this flamboyant instrument a constant flow of propane gas is passed in a sealed metal box, the gas can go out, to produce the flame, through small holes located in the upper part of the box. On the other hand, on one of the walls of the box is a speaker connected to a voltage source (a music player, for example).

Thus, sound waves, which are pressure waves, travel from one end of the tube and are reflected at the other end. So, in the middle part of the box, areas of sound interference are formed. That is, regions of low and high pressure are formed, which are responsible for the production of larger or smaller flares. Of course, this effect happens according to the Bernoulli principle: the higher the flow, the greater the pressure.



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