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The Helmholtz equation has been used for modeling the sound pressure field under a harmonic load. Computing harmonic sound pressure fields by means of solving Helmholtz equation can quickly become unfeasible if one wants to study many different geometries for ranges of frequencies. We propose a...
In this paper, a micro-perforated panel (MPP) composite structure consisting of an inhomogeneous MPP (IMPP) backed with J-shaped cavities of different depths for low-frequency sound absorption is proposed. The goal is to increase the low-frequency (≤ 500 Hz) sound absorption performance of the...
The flow noise for the acoustic vector hydrophone in the flank array is studied in this paper. The hydrophones are usually mounted above the baffle and are protected by a dome. This paper simplifies the flank array to be an infinite dome placed above an infinite baffle model, and the acoustic...
This work proposes and validates two computational tools for synthesizing distance-dependent head-related transfer function (HRTF), which is vital in spatial sound reproduction. HRTF is an anthropometric feature-dependent function that yields the direction-dependent gain of the auditory system....
In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated that transport noise is the second biggest environmental problem affecting people’s health, after air pollution. The Australian Environmental Health Standing Committee (enHealth) also provides suggested health-based limits for transport noise...
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