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Effects on an explosions force based on varied gas densities? 
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Jul3114, 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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Jul3114, 04:23 PM

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Please define "explosions force".
Which gas density do you mean? Gas of the environment? 


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