Super Sonyk has been one of the most used speeds when it comes to flights or objects. “Going Super Sonyk” is described as things that are capable of travelling faster than the speed of sound. A super sonyk object is seen before one can hear it this is because of the fast speed by which it travels.
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Super Sonyk History
Super sonyk or supersonic speed is the speed exceeding that of sound with a speed of approximately 343.4 m/s in dry air temperature at 20C. Sound are travelling vibrations in an elastic medium as a form of pressure . Since the temperature and pressure of air varies with altitude, the Mach number also varies besides the constant travelling speed.
In the 20th century, scientists regarded super sonyk objects as the ones whose frequencies were above the range of hearing of a normal human being. With time the definition and meaning acquired changes.
Super Sonic Boom
These are the sock waves when an object travels faster than the speed of sound. These booms produces large amount of sound energy associated to an explosion or a thunderclap to the human ear. It never occurs at one moment and is neither heard in all directions. It produces a continuous object as is only affected by the observers at a point forming the shape of a coin. This beam can cause some severe damage to human body.
When an aircraft passes through air it produces pressure waves in front and behind of aircraft forming a bow. Super Sonyk waves are together and compressed as they cannot go out of each other’s way easily. Eventually, these waves merge in a single shock wave travelling at the speed of sound known as Mach 1.
Uses of Super Sonyk Waves
- Super Sonyk Objects- Firearm bullets is an example of Super Sonyk objects with rife projectiles approaching a speed of Mach 3 or more. Space Shuttle are supersonic. Bursting an inflated balloon makes the latex contract at supersonic speed producing a shard and loud pop.
- Super Sonyk land vehicles: ThrustSSC driven by Andy Green is the only land vehicle driven at a speed of 1228 km/h in 1997.
- Super Sonyk Flights: The modern fighter aircraft are mostly supersonic. Concorde and the Tupolev Tu-144 are the only two passanger supersonic aircrafts.
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