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Unformatted text preview: ront direction (show via a drawing)? 3. Calculate the missing values for a spherical outgoing wave propagating in the two liquids. distance from source (m) frequency (kHz) angular frequency (kr/s) propagation speed (m/s) ambient temperature (C) wavenumber (1/m) wavelength (m) equilibrium density (kg/m3) ratio of specific heats () equilibrium pressure (kPa) isothermal bulk modulus (GPa) adiabatic bulk modulus (GPa) peak particle displacement amplitude (m) peak particle velocity amplitude (mm/s) peak particle acceleration amplitude (m/s2) peak condensation amplitude (x10-6) peak acoustic pressure amplitude (kPa) peak excess density amplitude (g/m3) SPL (re: 1 Parms) characteristic acoustic impedance (Mrayl) average potential energy density (mJ/m3) average kinetic energy density (mJ/m3) average energy density (mJ/m3) average acoustic intensity (W/m2) total power of source (kW) 2. Problem 5.12.8 in Kinsler et al. Use sea water at 13C. 0.1 3 1500 20 0.1 30 1500 20 1000 1.01 100 1000 1.01 100 1.0 1.0...
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  • Fall '08
  • Wavelength, Sound pressure, Kinsler, peak condensation amplitude, acoustic pressure amplitude, excess density amplitude

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