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Gokhan Savaroglu
Consultant, -
Osmangazi University, Turkey, Joined Oct 1999, 5

Gokhan Savaroglu

Consultant, -
Osmangazi University,
Turkey,
Joined Oct 1999
5
01:13 Jan-04-2000
ultrasonics property of water

I want to get note which is ultrasonics property of water.


 
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jean paul van Cuyck
Director
A2MS, Applied Acoustics, Materials and Systems, France, Joined Nov 1998, 13

jean paul van Cuyck

Director
A2MS, Applied Acoustics, Materials and Systems,
France,
Joined Nov 1998
13
01:40 Jan-05-2000
Re: ultrasonics property of water
: I want to get note which is ultrasonics property of water.

See in the Journal of the Acoustical society of america.
There was an article about ythe sound velocity of water in
function of the temperature. It was published almost five years ago.

I can find the reference if it's necessary


 
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Martin Schickert
R & D,
Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Germany, Joined Jan 2000, 18

Martin Schickert

R & D,
Institute for Materials Research and Testing,
Germany,
Joined Jan 2000
18
04:09 Jan-06-2000
Re: ultrasonics property of water
: I want to get note which is ultrasonics property of water.

Bilaniuk, Nykolai; Wong, George S.K.:
Speed of Sound in Pure Water as a Function of Temperature
J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 93 (1993) 1609-1612

published a 5th order polynomial of the sound velocity of water in the temperature range of 0 to 100°C.
The are no remarks as to measuring frequency or dispersion.


The classical text

Landolt, Börnstein:
Molekularakustik (Band 5 der Gruppe II)
Berlin: Springer 1967 (in German)

shows a similiar polynomial using the older (before 1990) temperature scale.


Selfridge, Alan R.:
Approximate Material Properties in Isotropic Materials
IEEE Trans. Sonics Ultrason. 32 (1985) 381-394

contains tables on temperature dependent sound attenuation in water.
Please note the obviously wrong exponential in the respective formula: 10^-7 should read 10^-17.
Actual tables are available on the net at http://www.ultrasonic.com/.



 
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marta castillo
marta castillo
07:59 Sep-12-2001
Re: ultrasonics property of water
i need table with speed of in pure water



 
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Ed Ginzel
R & D, -
Materials Research Institute, Canada, Joined Nov 1998, 1282

Ed Ginzel

R & D, -
Materials Research Institute,
Canada,
Joined Nov 1998
1282
09:11 Sep-12-2001
Re: ultrasonics property of water
The Chemical Rubber Co. Handbook of Chemistry and Physics listed the acoustic velocities of water in a table.
For distilled water at 25°C it is 1498m/s (density 0.998).
For sea water at 25°C (I suppose salinity is related to the temperature) it is 1531m/s and the density of that sea water is 1.025.
To establish your actual velocity at the temperature you are working the dV/dT for both distilled and sea water is -2.4m/s/°C

Ed


: i need table with speed of in pure water
.



 
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