acoustic energy


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acoustic energy

[ə′küs·tik ′en·ər·jē]
(acoustics)
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This machine simply uses electrical energy to convert acoustic energy which emits a low-frequency acoustic waveform that permeates the body and triggers the body's natural healing process.
One of the limitations of nasometry consists of not making distinction between the type of acoustic energy captured, registering audible nasal air emission as vocal acoustic energy, leading to increased nasalance values.
Both the spectrogram and power spectrum reveal a great deal of acoustic energy in the upper harmonics of each singer.
Prasad's work in noise reduction, the harvesting of acoustic energy and acoustical design has helped to profoundly advance the understanding and application of acoustics to benefit society,” says Dr.
Using a patented, high-intensity, low-frequency process, RAM generates acoustic energy.
His essay investigates primarily the use of nylon and silk in qin string construction and thickness, but how this relates to production of acoustic energy is not immediately apparent.
Evoked OAEs are produced by either a click (evoked TOAEs) or two pure sounds (evoked DPOAEs), and they represent a release of acoustic energy picked up in the external auditory canal in response to the acoustic stimuli.
Additionally, because they are using acoustic energy, which is a physical pressure wave, the transducer faces are self-cleaning.
The greatest amount of continuous acoustic energy was recorded between 500 Hz and 16 000 Hz for the hand-held group of toys.
The acoustic energy from the music can pass through body tissue, causing the cantilever to vibrate.
Total acoustic energy of nightly chorus events was estimated by integration of the sound pressure amplitude with duration above a threshold based on daytime background levels.
These broadly include both the outside dynamic forces of nature as well as man-made, and give rise to unwanted mechanical vibration, shock and acoustic energy that can damage or destroy a structure or its surroundings as well as the physical health of humans.