end correction

end correction

[′end kə‚rek·shən]
(acoustics)
A correction that must be made to the assumption that an antinode exists at an open end of a pipe in which air is vibrating, in order to take into account the radiation of sound waves from the pipe.
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1) is proposed for the end correction to interface slip.
2 mm was calculated as end correction for the geometry and material properties of the SCC girders studied in this paper.
We also have other treatments such as split end correction, hair-fall treatment, cuts,
Also, the low L/D ratio of the die makes the data subject to an unassessed end correction.
ARI 260 uses the effective diameter to derive the following end corrections.
To obtain an estimate of the validity of the end corrections under ideal test conditions, boundary element models were constructed using typical duct cross sections and lengths for ARI 260 testing.
Ziegel, "Estimation of end corrections in capillary flow," paper at Society of Rheology, Nov.