On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 04:41:46PM -0500, Charles Henry wrote:
No, this is wrong. The gradient is 90 degrees out of
phase w.r.t. pressure, and rises by 6 dB/oct w.r.t.
The velocity vector is the time integral of the
gradient, and consequently it is in phase with
pressure, and the P/V ratio is independent of
frequency (assuming far field).
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