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I am a senior in high school, and my school has a 0.5 credit 'senior project' requirement for graduation. I'm building and comparing three different types of sine wave oscillators for the purpose of building a theoretical additive synthesizer. I've built two of these and found resources for understanding how they work. However, the third and final oscillator is actually an example circuit from Linear Technologies, intended to demonstrate the capabilities of their 'LT1028' Opamp. Building it shouldn't be a problem, but I need to be able to understand how it works, and I have no idea where to begin research on this, because the documentation for the circuit is extremely minimal.
The schematic is located here along with its 'full' description:
If there are any Electrical Engineers around or other people who happen to know anything about how this functions or even what the name of this particular type of oscillator is, please help me out. Any guidance is appreciated; as it is, I don't even know what to google in order to learn more.
Need basic information about oscillator circuit detailed in link, I can't identify the type, need pointers to further my research.
Holy shit that was way longer than it needed to be, my bad.
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Hello you lovely industrious folks.
I have a cool water bottle with a wide mouth, a cap with a rubber straw, and a screw-on bottom that holds snacks.
I like it a lot, but it was cheap and is not very water-tight. It has a big domed screw-on cap, kinda like pic, and is of a similar quality or a little better. If I shake it a lot (basically any time I walk fast or run) water will crawl into the seal and drip out every once in a while.
I was thinking a little food wax in there would help, but I don't know. What do you guys think?