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Acoustics, 1

Acoustics, 1

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Publisher Springer Nature Customer Service Center GmbH
Year 01/01/2019
Edition First
Pages 768
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9783030112134
Categories Wave mechanics (vibration & acoustics), Geographical information systems (GIS) & remote sensing, Dynamics & vibration, Building construction & materials, Pollution control, Acoustic & sound engineering
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This corrected version of the landmark 1981 textbook introduces the physical principles and theoretical basis of acoustics with deep mathematical rigor, concentrating on concepts and points of view that have proven useful in applications such as noise control, underwater sound, architectural acoustics, audio engineering, nondestructive testing, remote sensing, and medical ultrasonics. Since its publication, this text has been used as part of numerous acoustics-related courses across the world, and continues to be used widely today. During its writing, the book was fine-tuned according to insights gleaned from a broad range of classroom settings. Its careful design supports students in their pursuit of a firm foundation while allowing flexibility in course structure. The book can easily be used in single-term or full-year graduate courses and includes problems and answers. This rigorous and essential text is a must-have for any practicing or aspiring acoustician.

Acoustics, 1

Table of contents

Preface

List of Symbols

Chapter 1 The Wave Theory of Sound

1-1 A Little History

1-2 The Conservation of Mass

1-3 Euler's Equation of Motion for a Fluid

1-4 Pressure-Density Relations

1-5 Equations of Linear Acoustics

1-6 The Wave Equation

1-7 Plane Traveling Waves

1-8 Waves of Constant Frequency

1-9 Speed of Sound and Ambient Density

1-10 Adiabatic versus Isothermal Sound Speeds

1-11 Acoustic Energy, Intensity, and Source Power

1-12 Spherical Waves

Problems

Chapter 2 Quantitative Measures of Sound

2-1 Frequency Content of Sounds

2-2 Proportional Frequency Bands

2-3 Levels and the Decibel

2-4 Frequency Weighting and Filters

2-5 Combining of Levels

2-6 Mutually Incoherent Sound Sources

2-7 Fourier Series and Long-Duration Sounds

2-8 Transient Waveforms

2-9 Transfer Functions

2-10 Stationary Ergodic Processes

2-11 Bias and Variance

Problems

Chapter 3 Reflection, Transmission, and Excitation of Plane Waves

3-1 Boundary Conditions at Impenetrable Surfaces

3-2 Plane-Wave Reflection at a Flat Rigid Surface

3-3 Specific Acoustic Impedance

3-4 Radiation of Sound by a Vibrating Piston within a Tube

3-5 Sound Radiation by Traveling Flexural Waves

3-6 Reflection and Transmission at an Interlace between Two Fluids

3-7 Multilayer Transmission and Reflection

3-8 Transmission through Thin Solid Slabs, Plates, and Blankets

Problems

Chapter 4 Radiation from Vibrating Bodies

4-1 Radially Oscillating Sphere

4-2 Transversely Oscillating Rigid Sphere

4-3 Monopoles and Green's Functions

4-4 Dipoles and Quadrupoles

4-5 Uniqueness of Solutions of Acoustic Boundary-Value Problems

4-6 The Kirchhoff-Helmholtz Integral Theorem
4-7 Sound Radiation from Small Vibrating Bodies

4-8 Radiation from a Circular Disk

4-9 Reciprocity in Acoustics

4-10 Transducers and Reciprocity

Problems

Chapter 5 Radiation from Sources Near and on Solid Surfaces

5-1 Sources near Plane Rigid Boundaries

5-2 Sources Mounted on Walls: The Rayleigh Integral; Fresnel-Kirchhoff Theory of Diffraction by an Aperture

5-3 Low-Frequency Radiation from Sources Mounted on Walls

5-4 Radiation Impedance of Baffled-Piston Radiators

5-5 Far-Field Radiation from Localized Wall Vibrations

5-6 Transient Solution for Baffled Circular Piston

5-7 Field on and near the Symmetry Axis

5-8 Transition to the Far Field

Problems

Chapter 6 Room Acoustics

6-1 The Sabine-Franklin-Jaeger Theory of Reverberant Rooms

6-2 Some Modifications

6-3 Applications of the Sabine-Franklin-Jaeger Theory

6-4 Coupled Rooms and Large Enclosures

6-5 The M

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