How can we derive the velocity of sound in air , water and iron ?
Asked by naman1 | 26th Jan, 2010, 08:24: PM
It comes from the wave equation, and it's derivation starts with application of Newton's laws to displacement of medium particles.
It's given by,
V = (B/ρ)
where V is the speed of sound in medium of modulus B and density ρ.
Answered by | 26th Jan, 2010, 10:48: PM
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