thank you very much for your answer,
do you know of any book/article where the theoretical limit of movement for creating an acoustic wave is calculated/shown (considering the pressure/temperature as you have mentioned)?
thank you again for your help
Dara
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I have a question regarding the implication of mean free path and pressure acoustics.
I have seen several publications on the internet and also calculated the minimum displacement of a wave in air using the formula
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The values of displacement can...
Thank you for your question and sorry for the late reply
(I had to read a bit and get confused again before answering :-))
These should be the assumptions for the Bernoulli equation:
Inviscid flow (ok in this example)
Constant density (respected in this example)
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I have a question regarding radians and the unit of rotational energy (which has been probably asked several times elsewhere but is still confusing for me :-) ).
As I understand radian (rad) is a UNIT that is dimensionless (thus cannot be omitted), correct ?
Now if I want to...
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I am stuck with a problem about voltages (electrostatic potential) and forces.
According to capacitor equations the energy stored in the capacitor is:
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