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Posted By: fostertom A new ooze-edge advances at a speed of m/s.
Posted By: mike7With infinitely small elements and perfect accuracy the arrival of heat at the far end would in theory be instantaneous, although infinitely small!
Posted By: barneykeep in mind that increasing thickness increases the delay and dampens the swings and that where you place insulation is hugely important
Posted By: barneygo and look at the "Dynamic Thermal Properties Calculator"
Posted By: mike7the sluggish and momentumless flow I saw in seasonal heat store simulations. This contrasted with the notion that seemed to be abroad at the time of sprightly waves of heat traveling in to heat stores and obligingly bouncing back out again in the required direction at the right time with worthwhile amplitude...
Posted By: mike7The speed of sound does seem a likely limit to the speed of propagation.
Posted By: fostertomSo velocity of propagation is not fixed for ea material, but depends also on frequency of the oscillation.
Posted By: fostertomOn p532, 3 different mechanisms of wave propagation are discussed:Electrical conduction - drift velocity of electrons due to external electrical field
Posted By: djhPosted By: fostertomSo velocity of propagation is not fixed for ea material, but depends also on frequency of the oscillation.Yes, that's true for pretty much all waves. It's why we see rainbows, for example
Posted By: fostertomIf "The speed of light is always 3.00e8 m/s"
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