Publication detail

Linear microphone arrays for visualisation of sound fields

GRATZ, P.

Original Title

Linear microphone arrays for visualisation of sound fields

English Title

Linear microphone arrays for visualisation of sound fields

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper deals with the visualization of sound fields using linear microphone arrays and near field acoustical holography. With this technique it is possible to measure and analyze the sound pressure, sound intensity and sound power radiated from the stationary sound and vibration sources. An advantage of this method is that the 3D map of the acoustical quantities may by obtained from the data measured in plane. A linear array with the column of the 16 microphones has been realized and tested to obtain the precision of the sound field prediction.

English abstract

This paper deals with the visualization of sound fields using linear microphone arrays and near field acoustical holography. With this technique it is possible to measure and analyze the sound pressure, sound intensity and sound power radiated from the stationary sound and vibration sources. An advantage of this method is that the 3D map of the acoustical quantities may by obtained from the data measured in plane. A linear array with the column of the 16 microphones has been realized and tested to obtain the precision of the sound field prediction.

RIV year

2003

Released

16.06.2003

Publisher

Technical University - Sofia

Location

Plovdiv, Bulharsko

ISBN

954-8779-44-7

Book

Advanced Control Theory and Applications

Pages from

48

Pages to

55

Pages count

8

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT7720,
  author="Petr {Grätz}",
  title="Linear microphone arrays for visualisation of sound fields",
  annote="This paper deals with the visualization of sound fields using linear microphone arrays and near field acoustical holography. With this technique it is possible to measure and analyze the sound pressure, sound intensity and sound power radiated from the stationary sound and vibration sources. An advantage of this method is that the 3D map of the acoustical quantities may by obtained from the data measured in plane. A linear array with the column of the 16 microphones has been realized and tested to obtain the precision of the sound field prediction.",
  address="Technical University - Sofia",
  booktitle="Advanced Control Theory and Applications",
  chapter="7720",
  institution="Technical University - Sofia",
  year="2003",
  month="june",
  pages="48",
  publisher="Technical University - Sofia",
  type="conference paper"
}