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00:13 Aug-13-2004
Balachander L
RE: UT longitudinal wave velocity tables

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Don's suggestion to use the relation between material properties and velocity is perfectly all right. If you do not have access to the parameters required, a more approximate value can be obtained by calculating sqrt(E/p), which is the velocity in a single dimension rod. Multiplying this value by 1.16 will give you an approximate velocity value for a bulk medium, taking into account the added stiffness by virtue of poisson's effect.



 


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