[Bell Historians] Re: Wandering carillon

Roderic Bickerton rodbick at Nzfq5s36dX8My4PM9H5p_K0aQ2nA7JMHMWV7nzUp6GNDwytJ9wDuUl4FkmvcPlqZf_h-ALHGewml0K1ZZgHmrA.yahoo.invalid
Wed Nov 14 06:54:39 GMT 2007

Mix and resultant metallic properties must be researched and available.
It should not be that difficult to relate that to changes in resonant
frequencies and the Q factor of the various resonances.
To much tin causes a brittle mix.

It would be interesting to have an idea how much variance is available
before tone or brittleness become are compromised.

Most definitely: a higher the copper content produces a much softer 
bell metal and a much duller toned bell.


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