[ mˈɑːk wˈe͡ɪvz], [ mˈɑːk wˈeɪvz], [ m_ˈɑː_k w_ˈeɪ_v_z]
How to use "Mach waves" in context?
Mach waves (also known as strange waves, harmonic waves, or periodic waves) are mathematical waves that have a relatively slow period and a relatively fast period. The slow period is called the sound wave period, and the fast period is called the vibration wave period.
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