Subject: Is there a sound barrier under water and are the effects the same as in air
Date: Mon Jan 31 21:35:02 2000
Posted by Keith Lund
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City: Raleigh State/Province: NC
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Area of science: Physics
I understand that sound travels different speeds at different altitudes,
so I'm assuming it does at different water depths. What is that speed at
let's say one hundred feet? Is there a sound barrier underwater and can
it be exceeded? Are the effects the same as in the atmosphere, since both
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