M markosheehan May 2016 110 1 Ireland Thursday at 12:28 AM #1 The equations I have for speed of sound have the bulk modulus and density if air in them. So I am not sure where the temperature and time come in to solving this. Are there equations for this?

The equations I have for speed of sound have the bulk modulus and density if air in them. So I am not sure where the temperature and time come in to solving this. Are there equations for this?

romsek Math Team Sep 2015 2,875 1,608 USA Thursday at 6:43 AM #2 \(\displaystyle c_{air} \approx 331.3 + 0.606 T\) \(\displaystyle T \) in degC Reactions: markosheehan and topsquark

M markosheehan May 2016 110 1 Ireland Thursday at 9:20 AM #3 romsek said: \(\displaystyle c_{air} \approx 331.3 + 0.606 T\) \(\displaystyle T \) in degC Click to expand... So the speed is roughly 331+.606(12)= 338.272 m/s x 8.2 seconds =2.77 km. Thanks for your help

romsek said: \(\displaystyle c_{air} \approx 331.3 + 0.606 T\) \(\displaystyle T \) in degC Click to expand... So the speed is roughly 331+.606(12)= 338.272 m/s x 8.2 seconds =2.77 km. Thanks for your help