Fundamentals of Sound with Applications to Speech and Hearing

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William J. Mullin
Allyn and Bacon, Jan 1, 2003 - Medical - 225 pages
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Fundamentals of Sound with Applications to Speech and Hearing presents a clear and precise treatment of the physics of sound while using a level of math suitable for readers in the speech, language, hearing, and health sciences.This book provides the reader with an understanding of the science of sound. Simple mathematics, graphics, and qualitative descriptions are demonstrated to explain wave concepts, spectrograms, intensity and decibels. Concepts are applied to the physics of speech and hearing. Speech pathologists, communication disorders specialists

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Contents

Standing Waves in Ropes and Strings
27
Standing Waves in Air Columns
41
Resonance
51
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