Avison E . J . Martens

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The speed of propagation of a disturbance in a fluid depends to some extent upon the "strength" of the disturbance. The reason for this nonlinear effect is twofold. First, the speed of the disturbance at a point is the sum of the local speed of sound and the particle velocity at that point and, second, the local speed of sound depends on the pressure and(More)
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