What does ‘MACH’ in the name, MACH REACTOR, mean?
The MACH Reactor TM took inspiration for its unique name from an Austrian physicist and philosopher named, Ernst Mach. This brilliant man brought incredible knowledge into the field of physics, specifically into the understanding of shockwaves. This was the inspiration for the naming of the MACH Reactor TM
What does MACH mean?
In fluid mechanics, MACH number is the ratio of the velocity of a fluid to the velocity of sound in that fluid. In the case of an object moving through a fluid, the Mach number is equal to the velocity of the object relative to the fluid divided by the velocity of sound in that fluid.
When the speed of the object equals that of the speed of sound in the local medium, then this is termed as Mach 1. Speeds below that of the speed of sound is termed sub-sonic and speeds above that of the speed of sound is termed super-sonic. When the speed of the object is double that of the speed of sound in the local medium, then this is termed Mach 2, and so on.
The speed of sound in air is 331.29m/s.
What is the speed of the MACH?
The MACH harnesses the power of liquid jets that move at supersonic speeds. The speeds of these jets can create pressures up to 1,000 atmospheres.
Ernst Mach’s involvement in physics and science also inspired Gold Ore as Adrian Singh, the inventor of the MACH REACTOR
The MACH REACTOR
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