At its bi-annual meeting in Jacksonville Florida this week, the Acoustical Society of America approved the Strategic Leadership for the Future Plan.
The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) is seeking a Standards Manager to run the operational activities of the ASA Standards Office and participate with the ASA Committee on Standards (ASACOS) in the administration, policy-making, and development of ASA standards.
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) will publish a second special issue on Acoustic Metamaterials.
In four experiments listeners were rotated or were stationary. Sounds came from a stationary loudspeaker or rotated from loudspeaker to loudspeaker around an azimuth array. When either...
In a duct-flute such as the recorder, steady-state oscillations are controlled by two parameters, the blowing pressure and the frequency of the acoustic resonator. As in most feedback oscillators, the oscillation amplitude is determined by gain-saturation of the amplifier, and thus it cannot be controlled independently of blowing pressure and...
Diffraction phenomena studied in electromagnetism, acoustics, and elastodynamics are often modeled using integrals, such as the well-known Sommerfeld integral. The far field asymptotic evaluation of such integrals obtained using the method of steepest descent leads to the classical Geometrical Theory of Diffraction...
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