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Physical And Applied Acoustics

Author : Erwin Meyer
ISBN : 9780323150682
Genre : Science
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Physical and Applied Acoustics: An Introduction explores the mechanical-acoustical or acoustical-electrical analogies that are based on common theoretical relationships. This book is composed of 11 chapters that discuss the theory, experiment, and technological applications of physical and applied acoustics. The introductory chapters deal with the sound wave propagation in liquids and gases, as well as the statistical theory of room acoustics. These topics are followed by discussions on sound absorption in different medium; the concept of sound radiation pressure; directional characteristics of sound sources; measurement and calibration of acoustics; and the fundamental physical and psychological facts of acoustics. The subsequent chapters cover the use of electroacoustics for the transmission of speech and music. A chapter examines the production and detection of extremely high-frequency sound, called quantum acoustics. The concluding chapter highlights the interaction phenomena between sound and flow in a medium.

Physikalische Und Technische Akustik

Author : Erwin Meyer
ISBN : 9783322910868
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Electromagnetic Waves

Author : Carlo G. Someda
ISBN : 1420009540
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Adapted from a successful and thoroughly field-tested Italian text, the first edition of Electromagnetic Waves was very well received. Its broad, integrated coverage of electromagnetic waves and their applications forms the cornerstone on which the author based this second edition. Working from Maxwell's equations to applications in optical communications and photonics, Electromagnetic Waves, Second Edition forges a link between basic physics and real-life problems in wave propagation and radiation. Accomplished researcher and educator Carlo G. Someda uses a modern approach to the subject. Unlike other books in the field, it surveys all major areas of electromagnetic waves in a single treatment. The book begins with a detailed treatment of the mathematics of Maxwell's equations. It follows with a discussion of polarization, delves into propagation in various media, devotes four chapters to guided propagation, links the concepts to practical applications, and concludes with radiation, diffraction, coherence, and radiation statistics. This edition features many new and reworked problems, updated references and suggestions for further reading, a completely revised appendix on Bessel functions, and new definitions such as antenna effective height. Illustrating the concepts with examples in every chapter, Electromagnetic Waves, Second Edition is an ideal introduction for those new to the field as well as a convenient reference for seasoned professionals.

Eshbach S Handbook Of Engineering Fundamentals

Author : Ovid Wallace Eshbach
ISBN : 0471890847
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The standard reference work in engineering for over fifty years.now updated and revised Eshbach′s Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals Fourth Edition The Fourth Edition of Eshbach′s Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals provides comprehensive coverage of major engineering subdivisions, including electronics, controls, fluids, and more, with special emphasis on mechanical engineering. Chapters have been rewritten and revised to combine solid coverage of engineering fundamentals with up–to–date developments in the field since the publication of the previous edition. The Handbook reflects the computer′s growing role in engineering design, practice, and research: ∗ provides new material on electromagnetics, circuit theory, and electronic applications ∗ includes new material on computer electronics with orientation toward nonelectrical engineers ∗ provides expanded coverage of computers and controls ∗ treats the field of aerospace engineering with separate chapters on aeronautics and astronauts Revisions acknowledge the universal use of the hand–held calculator: ∗ omits traditional mathematical tables such as sines, cosines ∗ includes up–to–date material on units, standards, and measurements The book also treats the increased importance of control technology with an expanded chapter on the theory and application of control methodology. Eshbach′s Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals provides engineers and students with a single source guide to engineering fundamentals and cutting edge engineering technology.

The Shock And Vibration Digest

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007165868
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Acoustics Of Nanodispersed Magnetic Fluids

Author : V. Polunin
ISBN : 9781498733946
Genre : Science
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Acoustics of Nanodispersed Magnetic Fluids presents key information on the acoustic properties of magnetic fluids. The book is based on research carried out by the author as well as on many publications in both the Russian and foreign scientific literature from 1969 onwards. It describes a wide variety of topics, which together lay the foundation of a new scientific research area: the acoustics of nanodispersed media. The book examines the nanoscale structure of matter in specific areas and discusses the following: Model theory and known features of the propagation of sound waves in magnetised fluids Acoustomagnetic and magnetoacoustic effects in magnetic fluids Acoustomagnetic spectroscopy of vibrational modes in the liquid-shell system Vibration and rheological effects of magnetised magnetic fluids Acoustometry of the shape of magnetic nanoaggregates and non-magnetic microaggregates Acoustogranulometry, a new method for studying the physical properties of magnetic nanoparticles dispersed in a carrier fluid The book is a valuable resource for engineers and researchers in the fields of acoustics, physical acoustics, magnetic hydrodynamics, and rheology physics. The experimental methods, which are described in this book, are based on incompatible features of magnetic fluids, i.e. strong magnetism, fluidity and compressibility. As a result, this can find industrial application in advanced technology. It is also useful for both advanced undergraduate and graduate students studying nanotechnology, materials science, physical and applied acoustics.

Auralization

Author : Michael Vorländer
ISBN : 9783540488309
Genre : Science
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This is the first focused and detailed textbook on acoustic virtual reality. Auralization is the creation of audible acoustic sceneries from computer-generated data. The term "auralization" is to be understood as being analogue to the well-known technique of "visualization". In visual illustration of scenes, data or any other meaningful information, in movie animation and in computer graphics, we describe the process of "making visible" as visualization. In acoustics, auralization is taking place when acoustic effects, primary sound signals or means of sound reinforcement or sound transmission, are processed to be presented by using electro-acoustic equipment. This book is organized as a comprehensive collection of basics, methodology and strategies of acoustic simulation and auralization.

Physically Based Real Time Auralization Of Interactive Virtual Environments

Author : Dirk Schröder
ISBN : 9783832530310
Genre : Computers
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Analogous to visualization, the auralization of virtual environments describes the simulation of sound propagation inside enclosures where methods of Geometrical Acoustics are mostly applied for a high-quality synthesis of aural stimuli that go along with a certain realistic behavior. In the course of this thesis, the design and implementation of the real-time room acoustics simulation software RAVEN will be described, which is a vital part of the implemented 3D sound-rendering system of RWTH Aachen University's immersive Virtual Reality system. RAVEN relies on present-day knowledge of room acoustical simulation techniques and enables a physically accurate auralization of sound propagation in complex environments including important wave effects such as sound scattering, airborne sound insulation between rooms and sound diffraction. Despite this realistic sound field rendering, not only spatially distributed and freely movable sound sources and receivers are supported at runtime but also modifications and manipulations of the environment itself. All major features are evaluated by investigating both the overall accuracy of the room acoustics simulation and the performance of implemented algorithms, and possibilities for further simulation optimizations are identified by assessing empirical studies of subjects operating in immersive environments

Encyclopedia Of Applied Physics

Author : George L. Trigg
ISBN : 1560810521
Genre : Physics
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Author : Richard K. Gardner
ISBN : UOM:49015003053478
Genre : Best books
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