Professor French and his students wanted to develop a demonstration of how a de Laval nozzle (also called a convergent-divergent nozzle) converts subsonic gas flow into supersonic flow.
What does CON-DI stand for?
CON-DI stands for Convergent-Divergent (nozzles)
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The tunnel was configured with a convergent-divergent nozzle that resulted in a free-stream Mach number of 2.
CONVERGENT-DIVERGENT EVIDENCE OF VALIDITY A valid measure should correlate highly with known measures of the same (convergent) construct and less highly with measures of irrelevant (divergent) constructs (Campbell & Fiske, 1967)--that is, a valid test should measure only what it claims to measure.