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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We also have other treatments such as split end correction, hair-fall treatment, cuts,
ARI 260 uses the effective diameter to derive the following end corrections.
Ziegel, "Estimation of end corrections in capillary flow," paper at Society of Rheology, Nov.