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**sonic velocity**to reposition acoustic pressure nodes in a simple two-channel device. The approach is generalizable to other microfluidic platforms for rapid, high-throughput analysis. - The limiting
**velocity**is the**sonic****velocity****of**the**fluid**at the throat condition. The mass flux that corresponds to the**sonic****velocity**is known as the critical mass flux. The pressure at which ... Combining Eq. 2 and 3 and the definition of**sonic****velocity**, the mass flux relation for choked flow can be - A
**sonic**log is an acoustic log that emits sound waves which start at the ... A slow formation refers to a formation in which the compressional wave**velocity**measured in the borehole**fluid**exceeds encompassing shear wave velocities ... The dipole source produces a more consistent and accurate shear wave**velocity**for both slow and fast formations - Putting T=0 we obtain maximum attainable
**velocity**as, (40.5b) Considering the condition, when Mach number, Ma=1, for a compressible flow we can write from Eq. (40.2), (40.3) and (40.4), (40.6a) (40.6b) (40.6c) For diatomic gases, like air ζ = 1.4, the numerical values are . The**fluid****velocity**and acoustic speed are equal at**sonic**condition and ... - Calculate pressure, temperature,
**velocity**, and**sonic velocity**in throat and nozzle exits. Barometric pressure is 30 in. of mercury. Textbook Question. Chapter 12, Problem 58P. ... the pressure on the top of the**fluid**is 2.5 times normal atmospheric pressure. The density of gasoline is 737 kg/m3. a. What is the pressure at the bottom of the tank ...