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By Michael Vorländer
"Auralization" is the means of production and replica of sound at the foundation of machine facts. With this device is it attainable to foretell the nature of sound signs that are generated on the resource and converted through reinforcement, propagation and transmission in structures reminiscent of rooms, constructions, automobiles or different technical units. This booklet is geared up as a accomplished selection of the fundamentals of sound and vibration, acoustic modelling, simulation, sign processing and audio copy. Implementations of the auralization procedure are defined utilizing examples drawn from a variety of fields in acoustic’s examine and engineering, structure, sound layout and digital reality.
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Sound hitting a mass layer The absorption coefficient is α= 1 ⎛ ω m" ⎞ ⎟⎟ 1+⎜⎜ ⎝ 2Z 0 ⎠ 2 . 8) If ω m" » 2Z0, the equation can be simplified to 2 2 ⎛ 2Z ⎞ p' ≈ ⎜⎜ 0 ⎟⎟ . 9) For instance, assuming even a lightweight element such as a 6 mm glass pane with m" = 15 kg/m2, the term in brackets in Eq. 8) already exceeds 10 above 30 Hz. Mass layer in front of a hard wall We now consider the combined impedance from a mass layer mounted with an air gap to the rigid wall. At first, the air gap alone is considered.
3. Figure-of-eight directionality of a dipole source. Note the rotational symmetry in the vertical axis The distance between the two sources is assumed small (kd « 1). Then Eq. 22) reduces to p≈ jωω0Qˆ 4πr e j (ωt −kr ) ⋅ jkd cosϑ = − ρ0c k 2 d Qˆ cosϑ ⋅ e j (ωt −kr ) . 23) The result of the sound pressure is composed of a monopole term including the “differentiation effect” of the sound field (jω ) and the 1/r distance law. ” In this case it has a figure-of-eight characteristic. Directional characteristics are present for any kind of source with a surface velocity distribution differing from spherical uniformity.
22) 4π ∑ n rn reads in this case, p= jωω0Qˆ r1 r d/2 r2 d/2 Fig. 2. 4 Multipoles and extended sources 29 J Fig. 3. Figure-of-eight directionality of a dipole source. Note the rotational symmetry in the vertical axis The distance between the two sources is assumed small (kd « 1). Then Eq. 22) reduces to p≈ jωω0Qˆ 4πr e j (ωt −kr ) ⋅ jkd cosϑ = − ρ0c k 2 d Qˆ cosϑ ⋅ e j (ωt −kr ) . 23) The result of the sound pressure is composed of a monopole term including the “differentiation effect” of the sound field (jω ) and the 1/r distance law.