Infinity Science Press LLC, 2008, 436 pages, ISBN: 1934015083. Written by a noted authority in the subject area, this book is a comprehensive study of the theory and practical application of acoustics to numerous fields. It may be used as a reference by scientists and engineers or as a senior-undergraduate or graduate-level course. Several of the chapters include notes and numerical results from the author s involvement in specific projects, and contain hitherto unpublished material. Items in this category are aero-acoustic instabilities, flow interaction with acoustic resonators, sound propagation in the atmosphere, sound generation by fans, aspects of nonlinear acoustics, the analysis of an oscillator with dry friction, and a discussion of the frequency response of the ear.Introduction. Oscillations. Sound Waves. Sound Reflection, Absorption, and Transmission. The Wave Equation. Room and Duct Acoustics. Flow-induced Sound and Instabilities. Sound Generation by Fans. Atmospheric Acoustics. Mean-flow Effects and Nonlinear Acoustics.
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4th Edition. Spon Press, 2009. 748 p. ISBN:0415487072, 0415487064
The practice of engineering noise control demands a solid understanding of the fundamentals of acoustics, the practical application of current noise control technology and the underlying theoretical concepts. This fully revised and updated fourth edition provides a comprehensive explanation of these key areas...
This book is a companion volume to Fundamentals of Noise and Vibration
published in 1998, which was based upon material presented in the first
semester course of the one-year ISVR postgraduate Masters programme
‘Sound and Vibration Studies’ and was essentially pedagogic in form,
content and purpose. This successor is based partly on material covered
in a selection of elective...
Sрringеr, 2008. — 1911 p. — ISBN: 0387776982 9780387776989 9780387304410
This book presents signal processing as it is practiced in the field of acoustics. It brings together a wide range of perspectives from over 100 authors to reveal the interdisciplinary nature of signal processing in acoustics. Success in acoustic applications often requires juggling both the acoustic and...
John Wiley, 2000. — 568 p.
Credit for the longevity of this work belongs to the original two authors, Lawrence Kinsler and Austin Frey, both of whom have now passed away. When Austin entrusted us with the preparation of the third edition, our goal was to update the text while maintaining the spirit of the first two editions. The continued acceptance of this book in advanced...
The science of acoustics deals with the creation of sound, sound transmission
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Учебное пособие. Авторизованный дополненный перевод с украинского. — Київ: Наукова думка, 2007. — 640 с. — ISBN 978-966-00-1022-2.
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