rayl


rayl
Unit of acoustic impedance. 1 r. = 1 kg × m−2 × sec−1. [Baron Rayleigh (John W. Strutt), Eng. physicist]

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  • Rayl — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En física, rayl es una de las dos unidades de impedancia acústica, que equivale a la presión del sonido de una DINA/cm², dividida por la velocidad de 1 cm/s. Cuando las ondas acústicas pasan a través de cualquier… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Rayl —   [reɪl; nach J. W. Rayleigh] das, / , nichtgesetzliche Einheit für die spezifische Schallimpedanz; 1 Rayl = 10 Pa · s/m …   Universal-Lexikon

  • rayl — Unidad característica de la impedancia acústica. Sus unidades fundamentales son Kg/m2/s. Diccionario Mosby Medicina, Enfermería y Ciencias de la Salud, Ediciones Hancourt, S.A. 1999 …   Diccionario médico

  • Rayl — [reil] das; , <nach dem engl. Physiker Sir Rayleigh, 1842 1919> alte Maßeinheit für die spezifische Schallimpedanz …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • Rayl — Einheit Norm cgs Einheitensystem Einheitenname Rayl Einheitenzeichen Rayl, rayl …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Rayl — A rayl is one of two units of acoustic impedance. When sound waves pass through any physical substance the pressure of the waves causes the particles of the substance to move. The sound impedance is the ratio between the sound pressure and the… …   Wikipedia

  • rayl —    one of two units of sound impedance. When sound waves pass through any physical substance the pressure of the waves causes the particles of the substance to move. The sound impedance is the ratio between the pressure and the particle velocity… …   Dictionary of units of measurement

  • rayl — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Jimmy Rayl — Jimmy Rayl, Indiana Pacers. Born (June 21, 1941) in Kokomo, Indiana. Parents were Dude Rayl a local Pontiac dealer and Lucille a musician. Jimmy was the 1959 Mr. Basketball and 1959 Trester Award winner for the state of Indiana. Rayl went on to… …   Wikipedia

  • railbird — /rayl berrd /, n. Informal 1. a horse racing fan who watches races or workouts from the railing along the track. 2. any kibitzer or self styled critic or expert. [1890 95, Amer.; RAIL1 + BIRD in sense frequenter, as in JAILBIRD, YARDBIRD] * * * …   Universalium


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