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On Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 4:03 PM, Charles Z Henry wrote:
I got that wrong:
The peak pressure difference occurs where the volume velocity is zero.
The location of the peak spatial derivative of pressure coincides with the
location of peak volume velocity.
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On Fri, Jan 3, 2014 at 4:03 PM, Charles Z Henry &=
Why do we see this technique applied with high frequencies?=A0 At the n=
ode locations, there is the highest peak spatial derivative of the pressure=
while at the same time, the volume velocity of air goes to 0.
Vice-versa at the anti-nodes.I got that wrong:=A0 The peak pressure differe=
nce occurs where the volume velocity is zero.=A0 The location of the pe=
ak spatial derivative of pressure coincides with the location of peak volum=