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A textbook of Sound by N Subrahmanyam, Brij Lal
Book description
Paperback: 300 pages.
Publisher: Vikas Publishing, 2nd edition 1995, Reprint 2000
Language: English

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A treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Elasticity by Augustus Edward Hough Love
Book description This book is a second edition of one with the same title which was published by the Cambridge University Press in two volume bearing the dates 1892 and 1893. At the time, about five years ago, when it first became necessary to think about a new edition, a number of friends had sent me criticism of particular sections of the book and suggestion for improvements in matters of detail. Among these friends Prof. W. J. Lewis and Prof. W. M. F. Orr must me named with especial gratitude. I knew then that two are three chapters ought to be written, and that the results of several new researches to be incorporated, but I did not contemplate a very extension revision. The task of rearranging the old matter, with some considerable addition and a few slight omissions become distasteful, and the result appear to unsatisfactory, that at the length I abandoned the attempt, and wrote a new book containing some extracts form the old one. The science of of Elasticity  the mechanics of solid bodies ad they really are  is so important in itself, and the physical nations and analytic processes belonging to the theory are so widely used in other branches of Physics, that no apology seems to be necessary for the course that has been pursued.
In the selection, and the mode of presentation, of the matter three objects have been kept in view: to make the book useful to engineers, or others, whose aims are chiefly practical, to emphasize the bearing of the theory on general questions of natural physiology, to afford a reasonably complete picture of the state of the science as it is the today. The desire to be useful had let me to undertake some rather laborious arithmetical computations, physical interest has promoted some thing more than a passing reference to several matter which lie outside the strict scope of the mechanical theory, completeness has be required the inclusion of some rather long analytical investigations.
Paperback: 643 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications; 4th edition
Language: English

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Acoustic fields and waves in solids (2 volúmenes) by Bertram Alexander Auld
Book description This twovolume set begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (such as strain, stress, viscous clamping) and coordinates in both tensor and matrix notation. The second volume applies the material developed in Volume One to various boundary value problems.
Volume One begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (strain, stress, stiffness and compliance, viscous clamping) and coordinate transformations in both tensor and matrix notation. The basic elastic field equations are then written in a form analogous to Maxwell's equations. This analogy is then pursued when analyzing wave propagation in both isotropic and anisotropic solids. Piezoelectricity and bulk wave transducers are treated in the final chapter. Appendixes list slowness diagrams and material properties for various crystalline solids. Volume Two applies the material developed in Volume One to a variety of boundary value problems (reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, composite media, waveguides, and resonators). Pursuing the electromagnetic analogue, analytic techniques commonly used in electromagnetism (for example, normal mode emissions), are applied to elastic problems. Two final chapters treat perturbation and variational methods. An appendix lists properties of Rayleigh surface waves on single crystal substrates.
Hardcover: 413 pages.
Publisher: John Wiley and sons (Vol. 2)
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Acoustic fields and waves in solids (2 volúmenes) by Bertram Alexander Auld
Book description This twovolume set begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (such as strain, stress, viscous clamping) and coordinates in both tensor and matrix notation. The second volume applies the material developed in Volume One to various boundary value problems.
Volume One begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (strain, stress, stiffness and compliance, viscous clamping) and coordinate transformations in both tensor and matrix notation. The basic elastic field equations are then written in a form analogous to Maxwell's equations. This analogy is then pursued when analyzing wave propagation in both isotropic and anisotropic solids. Piezoelectricity and bulk wave transducers are treated in the final chapter. Appendixes list slowness diagrams and material properties for various crystalline solids. Volume Two applies the material developed in Volume One to a variety of boundary value problems (reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, composite media, waveguides, and resonators). Pursuing the electromagnetic analogue, analytic techniques commonly used in electromagnetism (for example, normal mode emissions), are applied to elastic problems. Two final chapters treat perturbation and variational methods. An appendix lists properties of Rayleigh surface waves on single crystal substrates.
Hardcover: 432 pages.
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company (Vol 2)
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Acoustic fields and waves in solids (2 volúmenes) by Bertram Alexander Auld
Book description This twovolume set begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (such as strain, stress, viscous clamping) and coordinates in both tensor and matrix notation. The second volume applies the material developed in Volume One to various boundary value problems.
Volume One begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (strain, stress, stiffness and compliance, viscous clamping) and coordinate transformations in both tensor and matrix notation. The basic elastic field equations are then written in a form analogous to Maxwell's equations. This analogy is then pursued when analyzing wave propagation in both isotropic and anisotropic solids. Piezoelectricity and bulk wave transducers are treated in the final chapter. Appendixes list slowness diagrams and material properties for various crystalline solids. Volume Two applies the material developed in Volume One to a variety of boundary value problems (reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, composite media, waveguides, and resonators). Pursuing the electromagnetic analogue, analytic techniques commonly used in electromagnetism (for example, normal mode emissions), are applied to elastic problems. Two final chapters treat perturbation and variational methods. An appendix lists properties of Rayleigh surface waves on single crystal substrates.
Hardcover: pages.
Publisher: John Wiley and sons (Vol 1 + Vol 2)
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Acoustic fields and waves in solids (2 volúmenes) by Bertram Alexander Auld
Book description This twovolume set begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (such as strain, stress, viscous clamping) and coordinates in both tensor and matrix notation. The second volume applies the material developed in Volume One to various boundary value problems.
Volume One begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (strain, stress, stiffness and compliance, viscous clamping) and coordinate transformations in both tensor and matrix notation. The basic elastic field equations are then written in a form analogous to Maxwell's equations. This analogy is then pursued when analyzing wave propagation in both isotropic and anisotropic solids. Piezoelectricity and bulk wave transducers are treated in the final chapter. Appendixes list slowness diagrams and material properties for various crystalline solids. Volume Two applies the material developed in Volume One to a variety of boundary value problems (reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, composite media, waveguides, and resonators). Pursuing the electromagnetic analogue, analytic techniques commonly used in electromagnetism (for example, normal mode emissions), are applied to elastic problems. Two final chapters treat perturbation and variational methods. An appendix lists properties of Rayleigh surface waves on single crystal substrates.
Hardcover: 878 pages.
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company (Vol 1 + Vol 2)
Language: English

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Acoustic fields and waves in solids (2 volúmenes) by Bertram Alexander Auld
Book description This twovolume set begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (such as strain, stress, viscous clamping) and coordinates in both tensor and matrix notation. The second volume applies the material developed in Volume One to various boundary value problems.
Volume One begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (strain, stress, stiffness and compliance, viscous clamping) and coordinate transformations in both tensor and matrix notation. The basic elastic field equations are then written in a form analogous to Maxwell's equations. This analogy is then pursued when analyzing wave propagation in both isotropic and anisotropic solids. Piezoelectricity and bulk wave transducers are treated in the final chapter. Appendixes list slowness diagrams and material properties for various crystalline solids. Volume Two applies the material developed in Volume One to a variety of boundary value problems (reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, composite media, waveguides, and resonators). Pursuing the electromagnetic analogue, analytic techniques commonly used in electromagnetism (for example, normal mode emissions), are applied to elastic problems. Two final chapters treat perturbation and variational methods. An appendix lists properties of Rayleigh surface waves on single crystal substrates.
Hardcover: 423 pages.
Publisher: John Wiley and sons (Vol 1)
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Acoustic fields and waves in solids (2 volúmenes) by Bertram Alexander Auld
Book description This twovolume set begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (such as strain, stress, viscous clamping) and coordinates in both tensor and matrix notation. The second volume applies the material developed in Volume One to various boundary value problems.
Volume One begins with a systematic development of basic concepts (strain, stress, stiffness and compliance, viscous clamping) and coordinate transformations in both tensor and matrix notation. The basic elastic field equations are then written in a form analogous to Maxwell's equations. This analogy is then pursued when analyzing wave propagation in both isotropic and anisotropic solids. Piezoelectricity and bulk wave transducers are treated in the final chapter. Appendixes list slowness diagrams and material properties for various crystalline solids. Volume Two applies the material developed in Volume One to a variety of boundary value problems (reflection and refraction at plane surfaces, composite media, waveguides, and resonators). Pursuing the electromagnetic analogue, analytic techniques commonly used in electromagnetism (for example, normal mode emissions), are applied to elastic problems. Two final chapters treat perturbation and variational methods. An appendix lists properties of Rayleigh surface waves on single crystal substrates.
Hardcover: 446 pages.
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company (Vol 1)
Language: English

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Acoustics applied to music. the evolution of ideas and methods by Howard F Pollard
Book description This book is written for musicians, music students, music lovers and nonspecialists
generally who are interested in exploring the fascinating relationships between music and
acoustics. Any technical terms, both musical and acoustical, that cannot be avoided are
fully explained. There is definitely no mathematics to worry the reader. Numerous
biographical sketches add some personal interest. Topics include the acoustics of rooms,
energy and music, effects of noise, sound measurement, recording, the role of the ear
and brain in the perception of music.
The author was associate professor of physics in charge of acoustics at UNSW until his
retirement. His research work has included investigations in physical acoustics and
musical acoustics. He has been active as a recital organist and has conducted adult
education courses in organ music. He was Chief Editor of Acoustics Australia for a
number of years.
: 218 pages.
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Acoustics of FluidStructure Interactions (Cambridge Monographs on Mechanics) by M. S. Howe
Book description Acoustics of FluidStructure Interactions addresses the absorption of noise and vibration by fluid flow. Howe presents useful background material on fluid mechanics and the elementary concepts of classical acoustics and structural vibrations. Using examples, many of which include complete worked solutions, he vividly illustrates the theoretical concepts involved. He provides the basis for all calculations necessary for the determination of sound generation by aircraft, ships, general ventilation and combustion systems, as well as musical instruments.
An enormous range of material, taken from nearly five hundred references, is arranged in a systematic way.
Hardcover: 572 pages.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Language: English

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Acoustics. an Introduction to Its Physical Principles and Applications by Allan D. Pierce
Book description Textbook introducing the physical principles and theoretical basis of acoustics, 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. Includes problems and answers.
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Acoustics. an Introduction to Its Physical Principles and Applications by Allan D. Pierce
Book description Textbook introducing the physical principles and theoretical basis of acoustics, 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. Includes problems and answers.
Hardcover: 678 pages.
Publisher: American Institute of Physics; Edición: illustrated edition (31 de diciembre de 1989)
Language: English

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Acústica (Tomo 1) by Manuel Recuero López
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Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid  EUIT Telecom.
Language:

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Acústica (Tomo 2) by Manuel Recuero López
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Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid  EUIT Telecom.
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Acústica (Vol. Apéndices) by Manuel Recuero López
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Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid  EUIT Telecom.
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Acústica musical . una aproximación didáctica by Jesús Mariano Merino de la Fuente, Eduardo Verde Romera, Loida MuñozRepiso Fernández
Book description
: 15 pages.
Publisher: Universidad de Valladolid. Secretariado de Publicaciones e Intercambio Editorial, 2012
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Acústica y psicoacústica de la música by Juan G. Roederer
Book description La psicoacústica intenta explicar los fenómenos que ocurren una vez el sonido entra por la oreja. Este libro intenta hacer una aproximación a este complejo mundo que involucra la física, la música y la neuropsicología. Y lo consigue pese a su gran complejidad.
Un excelente acercamiento a la acústica musical y la psicoacústica con interesantes explicaciones, de manera resumida, y apoyado con las investigaciones que se habían realizado en el momento de su escritura. El libro fue escrito en 1995, algunas de las investigaciones ya han sido superadas y otras ampliadas pero los fundamentos básicos siguen en plena vigencia.
Este libro trata de los sistemas físicos y procesos neuropsicológicos que intervienen en lo que llamamos "música". Combina una discusión de acústica musical tradicional con una presentación de los más recientes descubrimientos en psicoacústica y función cerebral. Usando el lenguaje preciso de la ciencia, pero sin matemática complicada, el autor presenta un cuadro coherente e integrado de la física, psicoacústica y neuropsicología de la música, analizando la relación entre ciertas características de las ondas sonoras con las sensaciones psicológicas evocadas, y describiendo cómo estas ondas son generadas en los instrumentos musicales, cómo se propagan a través del medio ambiente, y como son detectadas por el oído e interpretadas por el cerebro. Además de ser de interés general para un público bien informado, amante de la música, este libro puede servir como texto principal o de consulta en cursos de teoría musical; también se espera que sea de interés para psicólogos y terapistas. Encontrarán en los capítulos pertinentes una útil puesta al día de los más recientes resultados de investigación.
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Publisher: Melos Ediciones Musicales (2010)
Language: Castellano

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Acústica y psicoacústica de la música by Juan G. Roederer
Book description La psicoacústica intenta explicar los fenómenos que ocurren una vez el sonido entra por la oreja. Este libro intenta hacer una aproximación a este complejo mundo que involucra la física, la música y la neuropsicología. Y lo consigue pese a su gran complejidad.
Un excelente acercamiento a la acústica musical y la psicoacústica con interesantes explicaciones, de manera resumida, y apoyado con las investigaciones que se habían realizado en el momento de su escritura. El libro fue escrito en 1995, algunas de las investigaciones ya han sido superadas y otras ampliadas pero los fundamentos básicos siguen en plena vigencia.
Este libro trata de los sistemas físicos y procesos neuropsicológicos que intervienen en lo que llamamos "música". Combina una discusión de acústica musical tradicional con una presentación de los más recientes descubrimientos en psicoacústica y función cerebral. Usando el lenguaje preciso de la ciencia, pero sin matemática complicada, el autor presenta un cuadro coherente e integrado de la física, psicoacústica y neuropsicología de la música, analizando la relación entre ciertas características de las ondas sonoras con las sensaciones psicológicas evocadas, y describiendo cómo estas ondas son generadas en los instrumentos musicales, cómo se propagan a través del medio ambiente, y como son detectadas por el oído e interpretadas por el cerebro. Además de ser de interés general para un público bien informado, amante de la música, este libro puede servir como texto principal o de consulta en cursos de teoría musical; también se espera que sea de interés para psicólogos y terapistas. Encontrarán en los capítulos pertinentes una útil puesta al día de los más recientes resultados de investigación.
Tapa blanda: 240 pages.
Publisher: Ediciones Ricordi Americana
Language: Castellano

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An introduction to physical acoustics by Howard F Pollard, R W Harris
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Architectural Acoustics Illustrated, 2 edition by Michael A. Ermann
Book description Architectural Acoustics Illustrated translates the quantitative and qualitative content of acoustics into the graphic language of architecture. This highlyvisual guide includes over 350 illustrations that outline the physics of sound and the best design practices for limiting or mitigating noise in buildings by using the latest in materials and techniques. Each chapter includes a summary checklist of design guidelines to help prevent mistakes and oversights, and the Instructor?s website offers video animations demonstrating acoustical concepts. Designed as a "first look" at the interaction of sound and space, the book explains the principles of architectural acoustics and their practical applications, providing a comprehensive guide for designing with acoustics in mind.
Architectural acoustics is more than just concert halls  it may determine building placement, division of interior space, exterior construction, and even siting. When addressed early in the design process, the resulting space can be free of unwanted sound and promote good hearing; if left unaddressed, the problems with the space can lead to lawsuits and costly postconstruction remediation. Architectural Acoustics Illustrated helps designers solve most acoustical problems in advance, by enabling readers to:
Understand the physical science underlying the behavior of sound
Consider the interactions of sound and space in the initial design approach
Mitigate building sounds such as those produced by HVAC and plumbing with early design planning
Design spaces for listening, and incorporate acoustics best practices into every plan
The highly visual format of the book helps readers grasp complex concepts quickly, and thorough discussion of each concept?s realworld application ties the science directly into the design process. All design professionals need to have a fundamental understanding of acoustics, and Architectural Acoustics Illustrated is a comprehensive, practical guide in an easytoread format.
Hardcover: 272 pages.
Publisher: Wiley
Language:

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Encyclopedia of Acoustics (4 Volume Set) by Malcolm J. Crocker
Book description Acoustics, sound, and vibration effects everything from the design of a concert hall to the workings of a stereo system to the intricacies of the human ear. This book examines all aspects of acoustics. It covers engineering aspects (aerodynamics and jet noise, interaction of fluid motion and sound, infrasound, ultrasonics, quantum acoustics, etc.) and scientific aspects (auditory function, acoustical properties of the outer and inner ear, psychological speech perception, music and musical acoustics, hearing and sound perception among vertebrate/invertebrate animals).
Hardcover: 2096 pages.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc,  Interscience. En 4 volúmenes
Language: English

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Estudio acústico de los materiales by Manuel Recuero López
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Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Madrid  EUIT Telecom.
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Fundamentals of Acoustics by Lawrence E. Kinsler, Austin R. Frey, Alan B. Coppens, James V. Sanders
Book description The classic acoustics reference! This widelyused book offers a clear treatment of the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, and reception of acoustic waves and their application to numerous fields. The authors analyze the various types of vibration of solid bodies and the propagation of sound waves through fluid media. The publisher, John Wiley & Sons. A clear treatment of the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, and reception of acoustic waves and their application to numerous fields. Analyzes the various types of vibration of solid bodies and 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, and environmental acoustics. Material on absorption, hearing, architectural acoustics, and underwater sound has been expanded and updated.
Hardcover: 480 pages.
Publisher: John Wiley & sons, (3rd edition)
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Fundamentals of Acoustics by Lawrence E. Kinsler, Austin R. Frey, Alan B. Coppens, James V. Sanders
Book description The classic acoustics reference! This widelyused book offers a clear treatment of the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, and reception of acoustic waves and their application to numerous fields. The authors analyze the various types of vibration of solid bodies and the propagation of sound waves through fluid media. The publisher, John Wiley & Sons. A clear treatment of the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, and reception of acoustic waves and their application to numerous fields. Analyzes the various types of vibration of solid bodies and 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, and environmental acoustics. Material on absorption, hearing, architectural acoustics, and underwater sound has been expanded and updated.
Hardcover: 560 pages.
Publisher: Wiley; 4th edition
Language: English

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Fundamentals of Acoustics by Lawrence E. Kinsler, Austin R. Frey, Alan B. Coppens, James V. Sanders
Book description The classic acoustics reference! This widelyused book offers a clear treatment of the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, and reception of acoustic waves and their application to numerous fields. The authors analyze the various types of vibration of solid bodies and the propagation of sound waves through fluid media. The publisher, John Wiley & Sons. A clear treatment of the fundamental principles underlying the generation, transmission, and reception of acoustic waves and their application to numerous fields. Analyzes the various types of vibration of solid bodies and 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, and environmental acoustics. Material on absorption, hearing, architectural acoustics, and underwater sound has been expanded and updated.
Softcover: pages.
Publisher: John Wiley & sons, (3rd edition)
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Fundamentals of Physical Acoustics by David T. Blackstock
Book description Mathematical results and physical explanations go hand in hand, and a unique feature of the book is the balance it strikes between timedomain and frequencydomain presentations. Fundamentals of Physical Acoustics is intended for a twosemester, firstyear graduate course, but is also suitable for advanced undergraduates. Emphasis on plane waves in the first part of the book keeps the mathematics simple yet accommodates a broad range of topics: propagation, reflection and transmission, normal modes and simple waveguides for rectilinear geometries, horns, inhomogeneous media, and sound absorption and dispersion. The second part of the book is devoted to a more rigorous development of the wave equation, spherical and cylindrical waves (including the more advanced mathematics required), advanced waveguides, baffled piston radiation, diffraction (treated in the time domain), and arrays. Applications and examples are drawn from:. Atmospheric acoustics. Noise control. Underwater acoustics. Engineering acoustics. Acoustical measurements. Supplemented with more than 300 graphs and figures as well as copious endofchapter problems, Fundamentals of Physical Acoustics is also an excellent professional reference for engineers and scientists.
Hardcover: 560 pages.
Publisher: WileyInterscience
Language: English

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Handbook of Acoustics by Malcolm J. Crocker
Book description Acoustical engineers, researchers, architects, and designers need a comprehensive, singlevolume reference that provides quick and convenient access to important information, answers and questions on a broad spectrum of topics, and helps solve the toughest problems in acoustical design and engineering. The Handbook of Acoustics meets that need. It offers concise coverage of the science and engineering of acoustics and vibration. In more than 100 clearly written chapters, experts from around the world share their knowledge and expertise in topics ranging from basic aerodynamics and jet noise to acoustical signal processing, and from the interaction of fluid motion and sound to infrasound, ultrasonics, and quantum acoustics. Topics covered include:. General linear acoustics. Nonlinear acoustics and cavitation. Aeroacoustics and atmospheric sound. Mechanical vibrations and shock. Statistical methods in acoustics. Architectural acoustics. Physiological acoustics. Underwater sound. Ultrasonics, quantum acoustics, and physical aspects of sound. Noise: its effects and control. Acoustical signal processing. Psychological acoustics. Speech communication. Music and musical acoustics. Acoustical measurements and instrumentation. Transducers. The Handbook of Acoustics belongs on the reference shelf of every engineer, architect, research scientist, or designer with a professional interest in the propagation, control, transmission, and effects of sound. The publisher, John Wiley & Sons. This concise handbook focuses on the fundamentals of acoustics and vibration as they relate to engineers, researchers and designers (covering topics such as basic aerodynamics and jet noise, interaction of fluid motion and sound, infrasound, ultrasonic, quantum acoustics, etc.); while spending little time on what could be described as the "science and art" of acoustics (such as auditory function, acoustical properties of the outer and inner ear, psychological speech perception, music and musical acoustics, hearing and sound perception among vertebrate/invertebrate animals)
Hardcover: 1488 pages.
Publisher: WileyInterscience
Language: English

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Handbook of Acoustics by Thomas D. Rossing (editor) y otros
Book description Springer Handbook Of Acoustics (THomas D. Rossing)
Hardcover: 1182 pages.
Publisher: Springer
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Ingeniería Acústica by Manuel Recuero López
Book description Este libro va dirigido a estudiantes de Ingeniería, Arquitectura y Ciencias, que deseen conocer los Fundamentos de la Acústica, así como algunas de sus ramas y campos de aplicación.
Incluye un CD con el texto completo del libro.
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Publisher: Paraninfo
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Master Handbook of Acoustics by F. Alton Everest, Pohlmann
Book description The goal of this book is to apply the principles of acoustics to the audio arts. This involves serving as an interpreter of major trends and the literature for students and practitioners in the audio field. Along with covering the more theoretical aspects of acoustics, the book applies the theory to the design of specialized audio spaces such as the home listening room, the control room, and the multitrackrecording studio.
Book Info
Explains acoustics simply and informally for the general acoustics enthusiast, with easily read translations of difficult subjects and very little mathematics. Guides the reader to achieve professional sound for home electronics.
Paperback: 592 pages.
Publisher: McGrawHill/TAB Electronics; 4 edition (September 22, 2000)
Language: English

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Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Wave Propagation WAVES 2003 by Eliane Bécache,
Antoine Chaigne,
Grégoire Derveaux,
Patrick Joly
Book description This volume includes articles on the mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of various wave phenomena. For many years Waves 2003 and its five prior conferences have been an important forum for discussions on wave propagation. The topic is equally important for fundamental sciences, engineering, mathematics and, in particular, for industrial applications. Areas of specific interest are acoustics, electromagnetics, elasticity and related inverse and optimization problems. This book gives an extensive overview of recent developments in a very active field of scientific computing.
Hardcover: 931 pages.
Publisher: Springer; Edición: 2003 (17 de junio de 2003)
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Mathematical and Numerical Aspects of Wave Propagation WAVES 2003 by Eliane Bécache,
Antoine Chaigne,
Grégoire Derveaux,
Patrick Joly
Book description This volume includes articles on the mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of various wave phenomena. For many years Waves 2003 and its five prior conferences have been an important forum for discussions on wave propagation. The topic is equally important for fundamental sciences, engineering, mathematics and, in particular, for industrial applications. Areas of specific interest are acoustics, electromagnetics, elasticity and related inverse and optimization problems. This book gives an extensive overview of recent developments in a very active field of scientific computing.
Softcover: pages.
Publisher: Springer; reprint of the original 1st ed. 2003 (13 de noviembre de 2012)
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Mathematical Foundations of Elasticity by Jerrold E. Marsden, Thomas J. R. Hughes
Book description This graduatelevel study approaches mathematical foundations of 3dimensional elasticity using modern differential geometry and functional analysis. It is directed to mathematicians, engineers and physicists who wish to see this classical subject in a modern setting with examples of newer mathematical contributions. The authors have incorporated relevant problems throughout the text. Jerrold E. Marsden is Professor of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley. Thomas J. R. Hughes is Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University. 1983 edition.
Paperback: 556 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications; Reprint edition
Language: English

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Mécanique de la corde vibrante by Claude Valette, ChristianCuesta
Book description Cet ouvrage montre que les cordes réelles ne sont pas réductibles à la corde vibrante. Elles sont le siège de phénomènes vibratoires complexes, avec des amortissements d'origine diverse et des couplages de modes provenant des nonlinéarités intrinsèques. Ces couplages interviennent en particulier dans le transitoire d'attaque. Des aspects structurels sont abordés, notamment dans les cordes filées. Dans certaines applications (instruments à chevalets plats ), des effets fortement non linéaires sont induits par une condition aux limites d'appui directionnel. Tous ces mécanismes conditionnent à des degrés divers les applications musicales (choix des cordes) et interviennent, d'une façon générale, dans les applications industrielles des fils précontraints.
: 448 pages.
Publisher: Hermes Science Publications
Language: Français

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Mécanique de la corde vibrante by Claude Valette, ChristianCuesta
Book description Cet ouvrage montre que les cordes réelles ne sont pas réductibles à la corde vibrante. Elles sont le siège de phénomènes vibratoires complexes, avec des amortissements d'origine diverse et des couplages de modes provenant des nonlinéarités intrinsèques. Ces couplages interviennent en particulier dans le transitoire d'attaque. Des aspects structurels sont abordés, notamment dans les cordes filées. Dans certaines applications (instruments à chevalets plats ), des effets fortement non linéaires sont induits par une condition aux limites d'appui directionnel. Tous ces mécanismes conditionnent à des degrés divers les applications musicales (choix des cordes) et interviennent, d'une façon générale, dans les applications industrielles des fils précontraints.
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Music, Sound and Sensation. A Modern Exposition (Dover Books on Physics) by Fritz Winckel; Thomas Binkley (Translator)
Book description This excellent text offers thorough, nontechnical coverage of psychoacoustics: loudness, dissolution power of the ear, influence of hall properties, function of time variation, sound spectrum, musical space, electroacoustic sound structure, and other key topics. New translation of the 1960 German edition by Thomas Binkley. 111 figures.
: 208 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications; New impression edition (April 19, 2012)
Language: English

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Nonlinear Acoustics by Robert T. Beyer
Book description A concise overview of the depth and breadth of nonlinear acoustics with an appendix containing references to new developments.
Hardcover: 405 pages.
Publisher: American Inst. of Physics; 1 edition (1974)
Language: English

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Nonlinear Acoustics by Robert T. Beyer
Book description A concise overview of the depth and breadth of nonlinear acoustics with an appendix containing references to new developments.
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Publisher: PN (1974)
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Nonlinear Acoustics. Theory and Applications by Mark F. Hamilton, David T. Blackstock
Book description Nonlinear Acoustics: Theory and Applications is an introductory text on the theory and applications of nonlinear acoustics. This book develops the theory on nonlinear acoustics from physical principles. The first half of the book develops the physical concepts, mathematical models, and classical methods of solution that form the theoretical framework of nonlinear acoustics. Benchmark experiences are described and many applications are discussed in detail. The second half covers special topics and applications, both theory and experiment. The material is accessible to anyone familiar with the principles normally encountered in a basic course on the physical aspects of linear acoustics. Each chapter is written by experts in their respective fields.
Hardcover: 455 pages.
Publisher: Academic Press; 1st edition (January 15, 1998)
Language: English

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Origins in Acoustics. The Science of Sound from Antiquity to the Age of Newton by Frederick Vinton Hunt
Book description
Hardcover: 196 pages.
Publisher: Yale University Press; First Edition edition (August 1978)
Language: English

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Origins in Acoustics. The Science of Sound from Antiquity to the Age of Newton by Frederick Vinton Hunt
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Publisher: Yale Univ Pr (1978)
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Physical Acoustics by Bruce Lindsay
Book description Recopilación de interesantes artículos
: 480 pages.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Physical Acoustics (Benchmark Papers in Acoustics, Vol 4) by R. Bruce Lindsay. (R. Bruce Lindsay, Brown University Editor)
Book description Recopilación de interesantes artículos
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Publisher: Dowden Hutchinson & Ross Inc.
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Physics of the Piano by Nicholas J. Giordano Sr
Book description Why does a piano sound like a piano? A similar question can be asked of virtually all musical instruments. A particular note  such as middle C  can be produced by a piano, a violin, a clarinet, and many other instruments, yet it is easy for even a musically untrained listener to distinguish between these different instruments. A central quest in the study of musical instruments is to understand why the sound of the "same" note depends greatly on the instrument, and to elucidate which aspects of an instrument are most critical in producing the musical tones characteristic of the instrument. The primary goal of Physics of the Piano is to investigate these questions for the piano. The explanations in this book use a minimum of mathematics, and are intended for anyone who is interested in music and musical instruments. At the same time, there are many insights relating physics and the piano that will likely be interesting and perhaps surprising for many physicists.
Hardcover: 170 pages.
Publisher: Oxford U. Press, New York
Language: English

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Physics of Waves by William C. Elmore, Mark A. Heald
Book description Ideal as a classroom text or for individual study, this unique onevolume overview of classical wave theory covers wave phenomena of acoustics, optics, electromagnetic radiations, and more. Topics include fundamentals, Bessel functions, waveguides, elasticity theory, hydrodynamic waves, and special phenomenon of wave diffraction. With problems.
Paperback: 477 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications; Reprint edition (October 1, 1985)
Language: English

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Physique des vibrations. a l'usage des ingénieurs by A. Fouillé; Y. Rocard (préface)
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Publisher: Dunod (January 1, 1954)
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Principles of Vibration and Sound by Thomas D. Rossing, Neville H Fletcher
Book description This book discusses the physics of mechanical vibrating systems, emphasizing normal modes of vibration. Beginning with the basics of free and forced motions of a simple harmonic oscillator (with electrical analogs indicated where appropriate), it goes on to discuss vibrations in onedimensional systems, such as strings and bars, and twodimensional systems, such as membranes and plates. The discussion of coupled systems includes strong as well as weak coupling and presents both mechanical and electrical examples. The treatment includes nonlinear systems and selfexcited oscillators, as well as a brief explanation of modal analysis, including finiteelement methods and modal testing. The concluding third of the book discusses the propagation of sound in air, including radiation, transmission, absorption, and diffraction. The treatment of radiation covers point, dipole, line, plane, and other sources, both with and without baffles. Propagation of sound in various kinds and shapes of pipes, horns and other acoustic components is discussed. Suitable as a text for advanced undergraduates, the book provides the foundations needed to understand the acoustics of rooms and musical instruments as well as the basics for scientists and engineers interested in noise and vibration.
Hardcover: 330 pages.
Publisher: Springer; 2nd edition (January 8, 2004)
Language: English

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Scientific Papers of Lord Rayleigh. Volumes IVI (18691919) by Rayleigh, John William Strutt
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Publisher: Acoustical Society of America (ASA)
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Sonics. Techniques for the use of sound and ultrasound in engineering and science by Theodor F. Hueter, Richard H. Bolt
Book description Work encompassing the analysis, testing, and processing of materials and products by the use of mechanical vibratory energy.
Hardcover: 456 pages.
Publisher: Acoustical Society of America through the American Institute of Physics (2000)
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Sound A Physical TextBook by E.G. Richardson
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Publisher: Edward Arnold; Second edition edition (1935)
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Sound Propagation. An Impedance Based Approach by YangHann Kim
Book description In Sound Propagation: An Impedance Based Approach, Professor YangHann Kim introduces acoustics and sound fields by using the concept of impedance. Kim starts with vibrations and waves, demonstrating how vibration can be envisaged as a kind of wave, mathematically and physically. Onedimensional waves are used to convey the fundamental concepts. Readers can then understand wave propagation in terms of characteristic and driving point impedance. The essential measures for acoustic waves, such as dB scale, octave scale, acoustic pressure, energy, and intensity, are explained. These measures are all realized by onedimensional examples, which provide mathematically simplest but clear enough physical insights.
Kim then moves on to explaining waves on a flat surface of discontinuity, demonstrating how propagation characteristics of waves change in space when there is a distributed impedance mismatch. Next is a chapter on radiation, scattering, and diffraction, where Kim shows how these topics can be explained in a unified way, by seeing the changes of waves due to spatially distributed impedance. Lastly, Kim covers sound in closed space, which is considered to be a space that is surrounded by spatially distributed impedance, and introduces two spaces: acoustically large and small space. The bulk of the book is concerned with introducing core fundamental concepts, but the appendices are included as the essentials as well to cover other important topics to extend learning.
•Offers a less mathematicallyintensive means to understand the subject matter
•Provides an excellent launching point for more advanced study or for review of the basics
•Based on classroom tested materials developed over the course of two decades
•Companion site for readers, containing animations and MATLAB code downloads
•Videos and impedance data available from the author's website
•Presentation slides available for instructor use
Sound Propagation is geared towards graduate students and advanced undergraduates in acoustics, audio engineering, and noise control engineering. Practicing engineers and researchers in audio engineering and noise control, or students in engineering and physics disciplines, who want to gain an understanding of sound and vibration concepts, will also find the book to be a helpful resource.
Hardcover: 416 pages.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Sound Visualization and Manipulation by YangHann Kim, JungWoo Choi
Book description Unique in addressing two different problems – sound visualization and manipulation – in a unified way
Advances in signal processing technology are enabling ever more accurate visualization of existing sound fields and precisely defined sound field production. The idea of explaining both the problem of sound visualization and the problem of the manipulation of sound within one book supports this interrelated area of study. With rapid development of array technologies, it is possible to do much in terms of visualization and manipulation, among other technologies involved with the spatial distribution of sound. This book aims to explore various basic functions for the visualization and manipulation and demonstrate to the reader how these properties determine the quality of visualization and manipulation. The first half of the book introduces some basic and general concepts and theories and the second part of the book explains a number of techniques in sound visualization and manipulation. It offers a unified presentation to two very different topics  sound field visualization techniques based on microphone arrays, and techniques for generation of controlled sound fields using loudspeaker arrays. The authors emphasize the similarities between these two physical problems and between the mathematical methods used for solving them.
With extensive examples throughout the book, chapters include: Acoustic Wave Equation and its Basic Physical Measures, Acoustic Wave Equation and its Basic Physical Measures, Basic Theory of Sound Visualization, Acoustic Holography, Beamforming, Basic Theory of Sound Manipulation, Sound Focusing, and Sound Field Reproduction.
•The first book to combine both the visualization and manipulation of sound technologies in one comprehensive volume
•Presents the basic concepts using simple one dimensional cases and then extends the concept to three dimensional cases, enabling easier understanding of the fundamental concepts through the use of minimum mathematics
•Provides a solid understanding of associated physics as well as mathematical concepts for understanding the technologies, addressing diffraction problems in an integrated format by using KirchhoffHelmholtz integral equation
•Uses extensive examples demonstrating the benefits and drawbacks of various applications, including beamforming and acoustic holography
A valuable resource forpost/graduate students, acoustic engineers, audio and noise control system developers.
Hardcover: 400 pages.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Sound waves in solids by Howard F Pollard
Book description
Hardcover: 366 pages.
Publisher: Law Book Co of Australasia
Language: English

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Studyguide for Musical Acoustics by Donald E. Hall
Book description Virtually all testable terms, concepts, persons, places, and events are included. Cram101 Textbook Outlines gives all of the outlines, highlights, notes for your textbook with optional online practice tests.
Accompanys: 9780534377281
Paperback: 186 pages.
Publisher: Cram101 (31 de mayo de 2011)
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The Acoustics of Orchestral Instruments and of the Organ by E. G. Richardson
Book description
Hardcover: 160 pages.
Publisher: Richardson Press (November 4, 2008)
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The Acoustics of Orchestral Instruments and of the Organ by E. G. Richardson
Book description
Paperback: 156 pages.
Publisher: Richardson Press (March 15, 2007)
Language: English

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The Dynamical Theory of Sound by Horace Lamb
Book description Teoría y ecuaciones interesantes.
A comprehensive mathematical treatment of the physical aspects of sound, this volume covers the theory of vibrations, the general theory of sound, and the equations of motion of strings, bars, membranes, pipes, and resonators. Author Horace Lamb also includes chapters on plane waves, spherical waves, and simple harmonic waves, thus giving a connected view of all the more important branches in the dynamics of sound. A concluding chapter extends the book’s domain to include physiological acoustics, with examinations of the analysis of sound sensations, the influence of overtones on quality, and the Helmholtz theory of audition. 1925 ed. 86 figures.
Hardcover: 320 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications; 2nd edition
Language: English

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The Foundations of AcousticsBasic Mathematics and Basic Acoustics by Eugen Skudrzyk
Book description Toda la matemática diferencial y muchas referencias
Hardcover: 790 pages.
Publisher: SpringerVerlag (June 1972)
Language: English

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The Foundations of AcousticsBasic Mathematics and Basic Acoustics by Eugen Skudrzyk
Book description Toda la matemática diferencial y muchas referencias
Hardcover: 790 pages.
Publisher: SpringerVerlag, Austria (December 31, 1971)
Language: English

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The Physics of Music. Readings from Scientific American by Carleen Maley Hutchins (Prólogo)
Book description Introduction by Carleen Maley Hutchins.
This book contains 8 articles from Scientific American concerned with the orderly relation between the physical properties of musical instruments and the sounds coming from them. Eight articles from Scientific American concerned with the orderly relation between the physical properties of musical instruments and the sounds coming from them. Illustrated. Index. Contributors include Frederick A. Saunders, Johan Sundberg, E. Donnell Blackham, Arthur H. Benade, Carleen Maley Hutchins, and Vern O. Knudsen.
Paperback: 92 pages.
Publisher: W H Freeman & Co. (1978)
Language: English

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The Physics of Music. Readings from Scientific American by Carleen Maley Hutchins (Prólogo)
Book description Introduction by Carleen Maley Hutchins.
This book contains 8 articles from Scientific American concerned with the orderly relation between the physical properties of musical instruments and the sounds coming from them. Eight articles from Scientific American concerned with the orderly relation between the physical properties of musical instruments and the sounds coming from them. Illustrated. Index. Contributors include Frederick A. Saunders, Johan Sundberg, E. Donnell Blackham, Arthur H. Benade, Carleen Maley Hutchins, and Vern O. Knudsen.
Paperback: pages.
Publisher: W H Freeman & Co. (1978)
Language: English

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The Physics of vibrations and waves by H.J.Pain
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Publisher: London, [etc]: John Wiley and Sons, 1976.
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The Science of Sound by Thomas D. Rossing, F. Richard Moore, Paul A. Wheeler
Book description The Science of Sound is widely recognized as the leading textbook in the field. It provides an excellent introduction to acoustics for readers without college physics or a strong background in mathematics. In the Third Edition, Richard Moore and Paul Wheeler join Tom Rossing in updating The Science of Sound to include a wide range of important technological developments in the field of acoustics. New exercises and review questions have been added to the end of each chapter to help readers study the material.
Hardcover: 680 pages.
Publisher: Addison Wesley; 3 edition (December 18, 2001)
Language: English

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The Sound Reinforcement Handbook by Gary Davis, Ralph Jones
Book description Sound reinforcement is the use of audio amplification systems. This book is the first and only book of its kind to cover all aspects of designing and using such systems for public address and musical performance. The book features information on both the audio theory involved and the practical applications of that theory, explaining everything from microphones to loudspeakers. This revised edition features almost 40 new pages and is even easier to follow with the addition of an index and a simplified page and chapter numbering system. New topics covered include: MIDI, Synchronization, and an Appendix on Logarithms.
: 432 pages.
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
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The Theory of Sound, Volume One by J. W. S. Rayleigh, Robert B. Lindsay
Book description Unabridged Second Revised Edition
Paperback: 480 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications; 2Rev Ed edition (June 1976)
Language: English

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The Theory of Sound, Volume Two (Dover Classics of Science & Mathematics) by J. W. S. Rayleigh, Robert B. Lindsay
Book description
Paperback: 504 pages.
Publisher: Dover Publications; 2Rev Ed edition (June 1976)
Language: English

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Theoretical Acoustics by Philip M. Morse, K. Uno Ingard
Book description This volume, available for the first time in paperback, is a standard work on the physical aspects of acoustics. Starting from first principles, the authors have successfully produced a unified and thorough treatment of the subjects of generation, propagation, absorption, reflection, and scattering of compressional waves in fluids, progressing to such topics as moving sound sources, turbulence, and waveinduced vibration of structures. Material is included on viscous and thermal effects, on the acoustics of moving media, on plasma acoustics, on nonlinear effects, and on the interaction between light and sound. Problems, with answers in many cases, are given at the end of each chapter. They contain extensions to further applications, thus enhancing the reference value of the book. Many of the examples worked out in the text and in the problem solutions were not previously published. Anyone familiar with calculus and vector analysis should be able to understand the mathematical techniques used here.
: 960 pages.
Publisher: McGrawHill; First Edition edition (1968)
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Theoretical Acoustics by Philip M. Morse, K. Uno Ingard
Book description This volume, available for the first time in paperback, is a standard work on the physical aspects of acoustics. Starting from first principles, the authors have successfully produced a unified and thorough treatment of the subjects of generation, propagation, absorption, reflection, and scattering of compressional waves in fluids, progressing to such topics as moving sound sources, turbulence, and waveinduced vibration of structures. Material is included on viscous and thermal effects, on the acoustics of moving media, on plasma acoustics, on nonlinear effects, and on the interaction between light and sound. Problems, with answers in many cases, are given at the end of each chapter. They contain extensions to further applications, thus enhancing the reference value of the book. Many of the examples worked out in the text and in the problem solutions were not previously published. Anyone familiar with calculus and vector analysis should be able to understand the mathematical techniques used here.
Paperback: 949 pages.
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Language: English

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Theory of Vortex Sound (Cambridge Texts in Applied Mathematics) by M. S. Howe
Book description This is an introduction to the branch of fluid mechanics concerned with the production of sound by hydrodynamic flows. It is designed for a one semester introductory course at the advanced undergraduate or graduate level. Great care is taken to explain underlying fluid mechanical and acoustic concepts, and to describe fully the steps in a complicated derivation. The discussion deals specifically with low Mach number flows, which enables the sound produced by `vortexsurface' interactions to be analyzed using the `compact Green's function'. This provides a routine procedure for estimating the sound, and an easy identification of those parts of a structure that are likely to be important sources of sound.
Paperback: 200 pages.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1st edition
Language: English

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Thermoacoustics by Gregory Swift
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Publisher: Asoa; Includes Cdrom edition
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Underwater Acoustic System Analisys by William S. Burdic
Book description This text presents the fundamentals of underwater acoustics, acoustic signal generation, and acoustic signal processing.
Desarrollo general de ecuaciones en los capítulos 2 a 4 y 6 a 8
Paperback: 466 pages.
Publisher: Peninsula Pub; 2 edition (2003)
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Vibraciones y ondas by A. P. French, José Aguilar Peris (traductor).
Book description Indices.
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Publisher: Barcelona [etc.]: Reverté, cop. 1982.
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Vibration and sound by Philip McCord Morse
Book description Covers the broad spectrum of acoustics theory, including wave motion, radiation problems, propagation of sound waves, and transient phenomena.
: 468 pages.
Publisher: New York [etc]: Mac GrawHill, 1948. 2nd edition
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Vibration and sound by Philip McCord Morse
Book description Covers the broad spectrum of acoustics theory, including wave motion, radiation problems, propagation of sound waves, and transient phenomena.
Hardcover: 468 pages.
Publisher: Asoa (Jan 1986)
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Vibration and sound by Philip McCord Morse
Book description Covers the broad spectrum of acoustics theory, including wave motion, radiation problems, propagation of sound waves, and transient phenomena.
Paperback: 468 pages.
Publisher: American Institute of Physics for the Acoustical Society of America (1981)
Language: English

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Vibration problems by Arturs Kalnins
Book description
: 432 pages.
Publisher: Dowden Hutchinson and Ross; 1st edition (October 1970)
Language: English

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Vibrations and waves in physics by Iain G. Main
Book description Índice.
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
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Voice Science, Acoustics, and Recording by David M. Howard, Damian T. Murphy
Book description Written for voice professionals, their teachers and those who care for their voices, this unique book covers voice acoustics, the effect of the acoustics of spaces on the voice, and how to make a voice recording properly. The book is wholly practical and written in a manner which is rooted in science but which is designed to enable understanding by nonscientists and voice practitioners alike.
The authors provide an outline of acoustics and the human voice, before going on to cover ways in which voice users  from professional and amateur singers and performers, through lawyers, to school teachers  the largest group reporting to clinics with vocal problems  can improve vocal efficiency, regardless of location, and vocal health. Also covered are methods of amplification, whether through microphones, or simply by posture or stance and best methods for sound recording.
Hardcover: 206 pages.
Publisher: Plural Publishing Inc; 1 edition (September 15, 2007)
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Wave Motion in Elastic Solids by Karl F. Graff
Book description This highly useful textbook presents comprehensive intermediatelevel coverage of nearly all major topics of elastic wave propagation in solids. The subjects range from the elementary theory of waves and vibrations in strings to the threedimensional theory of waves in thick plates. The book is designed not only for a wide audience of engineering students, but also as a general reference for workers in vibrations and acoustics.
: 688 pages.
Publisher: Dover Books on Physics, Dover Publications (June 1, 1991)
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Waves and Compressible Flow (Texts in Applied Mathematics) by Hilary Ockendon, John R. Ockendon
Book description This books provides students and researchers with a basis for understanding the wide range of wave phenomena with which any mathematician may be confronted in applications. Compressible flow is the main focus of the book however the authors show how wave phenomena in electromagnetism and solid mechanics can be treated using similar mathematical methods. This book originated from a course at Oxford University and previous book by H. Ockendon and R. Taylor entitled "Inviscid Fluid Flows". This monograph has been retitled and revised throughly to reflect scientific interest. The book has exercises at the end of each chapter and should appeal to senior undergraduate and graduate students interested in fluid mechanics.
Hardcover: 188 pages.
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (January 27, 2004)
Language: English

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