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The acoustic nonlinearity parameter in Fluorinert up to 381 K and 13.8 MPa
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This work reports on the determination of the acoustic nonlinearity parameter, B/A, from measured sound speed data, in Fluorinert FC-43 at temperatures up to 381 K and pressures up to 13.8 MPa using the thermodynamic method. Sound speed was measured using Swept Frequency Acoustic Interferometry at 11 pressures between ambient and 13.8 MPa along 6 isotherms between ambient and 381 K. Second-order least-squares polynomial fits of measured sound speeds were used to determine temperature and pressure dependence. A room temperature B/A = 11.7 was determined and this parameter was found to increase by a factor of 2.5 over the temperature/pressure range investigated.
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