A simple, fundamental experimental study was conducted to better understand acoustic wave propagation is fluid-filled pipes. Three experiments were undertaken: the first with zero flow and a closed outlet end, the second with turbulent flow and an open outlet end and the third with zero flow and an open outlet end. The intent was to obtain data for model comparison and to determine the effect of turbulent flow on the system response. New insights are obtained and reported.

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