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Effects on an explosions force based on varied gas densities?

by Matrixmage
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Matrixmage
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Jul31-14, 03:21 PM
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I'm looking for an equation that can give me the the amount an explosions force dissipates based on varied gas densities. I've already posted this in r/AskPhysics, r/AskScience, and r/Physics, and thought posting it here might give it better exposure. Oh, and before someone asks, this isn't homework!
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Jul31-14, 04:23 PM
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Please define "explosions force".
Which gas density do you mean? Gas of the environment?
Matrixmage
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Jul31-14, 04:29 PM
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Quote Quote by mfb View Post
Please define "explosions force".
Which gas density do you mean? Gas of the environment?
Explosions force as in the pressure, and yes, gas of the environment.


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