hypersonic

Hypersonic vs Sonic - What's the difference?

hypersonic | sonic |

Hypersonic is a see also of sonic.


As adjectives the difference between hypersonic and sonic

is that hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound while sonic is of or relating to sound.

Hypersonic vs Scramjet - What's the difference?

hypersonic | scramjet |


As a adjective hypersonic

is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound.

As a noun scramjet is

(aviation) a jet engine capable of propelling an aircraft at hypersonic speeds; combustion of the fuel/air mixture occurs at supersonic speeds.

Plasmasonic vs Hypersonic - What's the difference?

plasmasonic | hypersonic | Related terms |

Plasmasonic is a related term of hypersonic.


In context|of a speed|aeronautics|lang=en terms the difference between plasmasonic and hypersonic

is that plasmasonic is (of a speed|aeronautics) far enough above the speed of sound as to cause ionization of the air through shock heating deriving from the sonic shockwave, with resultant radio blackout, and plasma sheath surrounding the object travelling at speed while hypersonic is (of a speed|aeronautics) far enough above the speed of sound as to cause significant differences in behaviour due to chemical reactions or disassociation of the air.

As adjectives the difference between plasmasonic and hypersonic

is that plasmasonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, ten times the speed of sound while hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound.

Greater vs Hypersonic - What's the difference?

greater | hypersonic |


As adjectives the difference between greater and hypersonic

is that greater is (great) while hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound.

Equal vs Hypersonic - What's the difference?

equal | hypersonic |


As adjectives the difference between equal and hypersonic

is that equal is (label) the same in all respects while hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound.

As a verb equal

is (mathematics) to be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to.

As a noun equal

is a person or thing of equal status to others.

Hypersonic vs Supersonic - What's the difference?

hypersonic | supersonic | Related terms |

Supersonic is a related term of hypersonic.

Hypersonic is a related term of supersonic.


As adjectives the difference between hypersonic and supersonic

is that hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound while supersonic is (of a speed) greater than the speed of sound (in the same medium, and at the same temperature and pressure).

Hypersonic vs Subsonic - What's the difference?

hypersonic | subsonic | Related terms |

Subsonic is a related term of hypersonic.

Hypersonic is a related term of subsonic.


As adjectives the difference between hypersonic and subsonic

is that hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound while subsonic is (of a sound) having a frequency too low to be audible.

Hypersonic vs Transonic - What's the difference?

hypersonic | transonic | Related terms |

Transonic is a related term of hypersonic.

Hypersonic is a related term of transonic.


As adjectives the difference between hypersonic and transonic

is that hypersonic is (of a speed|aviation) equal to, or greater than, or capable of achieving, five times the speed of sound while transonic is just below, or just above the speed of sound (08 < ma < 12 approximately).

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