Fundamentals of Acoustics
J. Wiley & Sons, 1962 - Architectural acoustics - 524 pages
A clear treatment of the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, & reception of acoustic waves & their application to numerous fields. Analyzes the various types of vibration of solid bodies & the propagation of sound waves through fluid media. The third edition features discussions of antiresonance concert hall acoustics, detection theory, canonical equations, normal mode propagation in the ocean, & environmental acoustics. Material on absorption, hearing, architectural acoustics, & underwater sound has been expanded & updated.
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absorption coefficient acoustic energy acoustic impedance acoustic output acoustic power acoustic pressure acoustic waves angle assumed attenuation axis basilar membrane characteristic impedance circuit complex computed constant corresponding crystal curve cycles/sec decibels density derived diaphragm direction displacement amplitude distance driving effective electrical equal expression fluid force function fundamental frequency given by equation harmonic Helmholtz resonator horn horn speaker hydrophone increase infinite baffle input intensity level kc/sec length loudspeaker low frequencies magnetostrictive mass maximum measured mechanical impedance medium membrane meter microbar microphone modes of vibration motion newtons/m2 noise normal obtained oscillator phase piezoelectric pipe piston plane waves pressure amplitude produced propagation radiation radius ratio reactance reflected relative resistance resonant frequency response resulting reverberation Sect sonar sound pressure level sound waves speaker cone standing waves stiffness string surface transducer transmission transmitted transverse velocity amplitude voice-coil voltage walls wave equation wavelength zero