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By Paul Filippi, Aime Bergassoli, Dominique Habault, Jean Pierre Lefebvre

The booklet is dedicated to the very foundation of acoustics and vibro-acoustics. The physics of the phenomena, the analytical equipment and the trendy numerical ideas are awarded in a concise shape. Many examples illustrate the elemental difficulties and predictions (analytic or numerical) and are usually in comparison to experiments. a few emphasis is wear the mathematical instruments required by way of rigorous idea and trustworthy prediction methods.

  • A series of functional difficulties, which mirror the content material of every chapter
  • Reference to the most important treatises and primary fresh papers
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It is then necessary to distinguish interfaces between the fluid and an elastic object from interfaces between the fluid and a perfectly rigid obstacle (or so little penetrable that there is no need to consider what happens behind the interface). 4): [~3. if]r, - 0 continuity of normal velocity [cr. e. e. n-" and for an interface between two perfect fluids [p l]r~ = 0 continuity of acoustic pressure. 72) [p 1]r~ - 0 continuity of acoustic pressure In terms of the acoustic velocity potential, { [v~.

The characteristics of the two main fluids, air and water, can also be considered as references for the two states of fluids" the gaseous and liquid states. These two states, the first characterized by strong compressibility and the second by weak compressibility, have homogeneous characteristics within a state and characteristics that differ greatly from one state to the other. Characteristics are given at standard pressure and temperature: p 0 _ 1 a t m 10 5 N m -2, T o - - 2 0 ~ 293 K. 2 x 10 -6 m 2 N -1, so that c ~ 340 m s -1 and Z = pc 408 k g m -2 s -1 (408 rayls).

59 A C O U S T I C S OF E N C L O S U R E S p,c iOt ~Ct 0 L Fig. 2. Scheme of the one-dimensional enclosure. where /5(x, t) (resp. /5'(x, t)) stands for the acoustic pressure in the first (resp. (x, t) and V'(x, t) are the corresponding particle velocities; Y(t) is the Heaviside step function ( = 0 for t < 0, = 1 for t > 0). Because the aim of this academic problem is to point out the main phenomena which occur in room acoustics, attention will be paid to the function P(x, t) only. It is useful to associate to /5(x, t) (resp.

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