Active Noise Control: Fundamentals for Acoustic Design, Volume 1
Active Noise and Vibration Control (ANVC) is a modern technology characterized by both high-tech components and an ever-increasing range of applications in disciplines as diverse as civil, mechanical and aeronautical engineering.
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Sources of sound linear and nonlinear sound fields radiation from surfaces
A superposition of sound fields in the vicinity of impedance and active surfaces
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absorption Acoust Soc acoustic field acoustic levitation active control active noise control active vibration control actuators Aeroacoustics algorithms amplitude analysis anti-phased ANVC application array attenuation boundary conditions Chap coefficient control of sound control point cylinder defined density developed diffraction dipole direction distance domain duct effect elastic electroacoustics and active Elliott equation example Figure finite fluid function Green's function Hence impedance surface Inter-Noise interaction linear loudspeakers low frequency mechanical method microphones monopole source motion moving sources noise and vibration noise cancellation non-linear obstacles obtained optimal otoacoustic emission Patent phase Phys piezoelectric plane wave plate point source primary source problem Proc quadrupole radiation of sound reduce reflection reverberation Rosenhouse secondary sources semi-active control sensors signal silencer simulation Skudrzyk solution sonoluminescence sound and vibration sound field sound pressure sound propagation sound radiation sound sources Sound Vib sound waves structures superposition theory tinnitus vector velocity potential