On Fri, Jan 03, 2014 at 05:01:33PM -0600, Charles Z Henry wrote:
> The peak pressure difference occurs where the volume velocity is zero.
I don't think acoustic levitation can be explained as long as
linearity is assumed - because in that case there can't be any
constant term in the forces that he acoustic waves generate.
So what's going on here is probably a lot more complex than
we imagine, and the way it's 'explained' in the video is
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