Recent measurements of total energy density using a unique transducer array
Keywords:Acoustic noise, Kinetic energy, Mathematical models, Potential energy, Probability density function, Reverberation, Transducers, Reverberant field, Sound power, Total energy density
AbstractMeasurements of total energy density using a unique transducer array were carried out. Probability density functions for potential, kinetic, and total energy densities were modeled in a reverberant sound field. Observations revealed that the measurements were similar to those predicted by statistical models. This method offered greater accuracy over traditional measurements.
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