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velocity =[tex]\sqrt{\frac{B+\frac{4*n}{3}}{density}}[/tex]
B bulk modulus
n modulus of rigidity
velocity =[tex]\sqrt{\frac{B+\frac{4*n}{3}}{density}}[/tex]
B bulk modulus
n modulus of rigidity
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Bulk Modulus is a measure of a material's resistance to compressibility. It represents the ratio of stress to strain when a material is under uniform compression.
Bulk Modulus can be calculated by dividing the change in pressure by the corresponding change in volume. It is often represented by the symbol K and has the units of pressure.
Modulus of Rigidity, also known as Shear Modulus, is a measure of a material's resistance to shearing or twisting forces. It represents the ratio of shear stress to shear strain.
Modulus of Rigidity can be calculated by dividing the shear stress by the corresponding shear strain. It is often represented by the symbol G and has the units of pressure.
Bulk Modulus and Modulus of Rigidity are both related to the speed of sound in a material. The speed of sound can be calculated by taking the square root of the ratio of Bulk Modulus to density, or the square root of the ratio of Modulus of Rigidity to density. This relationship is important in understanding the propagation of sound waves through different materials.