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Yes, Pressure Is Dv^2

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Posted by Alexander on March 19, 2001 22:57:27 UTC

But I got different values: p=Dv^2=1.4x10^-5 x (3x10^4 m/sec)^2=1.3x10^4 Pa (=N/m^2) = 1.3 kg/cm^2 = 18 lb/inch^2 only

This is just slightly higher than the atmospheric pressure (= 1 kg/cm^2)

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