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1IntroductionPDF unavailable
2Vibration versus WavesPDF unavailable
3Nature of SoundPDF unavailable
4The Decibel ScalePDF unavailable
5Some Key TermsPDF unavailable
6Adding DecibelsPDF unavailable
7Modeling Sound PropagationPDF unavailable
8The Momentum EquationPDF unavailable
9The Continuity Equation & The Gas LawPDF unavailable
101-D Wave EquationPDF unavailable
11General Solution for 1-D Wave EquationPDF unavailable
12Complex Time Signal & Transfer FunctionsPDF unavailable
13Transmission line equationsPDF unavailable
14Planar Waves in Closed TubesPDF unavailable
15Planar Waves in 1-D Open TubesPDF unavailable
16A Semi-Infinite Tube and Overall SummaryPDF unavailable
171-D Tubes with Imperfect TerminationsPDF unavailable
18Measuring Impedance Through Kundt’s ApparatusPDF unavailable
19Classification of MicrophonesPDF unavailable
20Classification of Microphones- ContinuationPDF unavailable
21Classification of Microphones by ApplicationPDF unavailable
22Microphone SensitivityPDF unavailable
23Microphone Sensitivity- ContinuationPDF unavailable
24Selecting the Right MicrophonePDF unavailable
25Fourier Series ExpansionPDF unavailable
26Fourier Series Expansion - ContinuationPDF unavailable
27Fourier IntegralPDF unavailable
28Fourier Integral - ContinuationPDF unavailable
29Fourier TransformPDF unavailable
30Fourier Transform - ContinuationPDF unavailable
31Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT)PDF unavailable
32Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT)- ContinuationPDF unavailable
33 DFT: Calculating Frequencies and PaddingPDF unavailable
34 DFT: Influence of Duration and Sampling frequency on resolutionPDF unavailable
35FFT and Inverse FFTPDF unavailable
36Considerations while deciding instrumentationPDF unavailable
37Considerations while selecting instruments for noise measurementsPDF unavailable
38Measuring impedance through two microphone methodPDF unavailable
39Designing an impedance measurement tubePDF unavailable
40Octave band analysisPDF unavailable
41Calculating results in octave bandsPDF unavailable
42 WeightingPDF unavailable
43Short time Fourier transforms (STFT)PDF unavailable
44SpectrogramsPDF unavailable
45Reverberation timePDF unavailable
46Anechoic roomsPDF unavailable
47STC, NRC and sound attenuationPDF unavailable
48Reverberant rooms PDF unavailable


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