Hydrodynamics of otoacoustic emissions
Keywords:Acoustic waves, Audition, Boundary conditions, Finite difference method, Flow of fluids, Hydrodynamics, Mathematical models, Cochlear hydrodynamics
AbstractThe basal boundary condition for the classical one-dimensional cochlear model was reconsidered. A revision of the basal boundary condition was derived by considering that the movement of the cochlear partition (CP) introduces additional fluid volume displacements to the stapedial pumping of the oval window. A preliminary simulation was constructed to test the effectiveness of this revised basal boundary condition.
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