acoustic measurement

acoustic measurement

[ə′küs·tik ′mezh·ər·mənt]
(acoustics)
The process of quantitatively determining one or more properties of sound.
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ac] in diameters (nm) of primary aggregates determined by acoustic measurement of particle size distribution satisfy equation (A) shown below:
Using perceptual and quantifiable acoustic measurement, the question is: "Does the amount of habitual glottal fry in a conversational partner influence one's use of glottal fry in their own speech?
I studied Stonegate through acoustic measurement techniques and virtual models in order to explore both its modern and sixteenth-century acoustics.
com)-- The company's Theory and Practice of Noise Measurement course is aimed at environmental practitioners and consultants unfamiliar with the basics of acoustic measurement.
An acoustic measurement technology was chosen as the most appropriate automated concentration monitoring technique for the aqueous-based cleaning agents.
Topics addressed at conferences in the last couple of years include flow-induced vibration, vibration and acoustic measurement techniques and facilities, rotating machinery noise, and sound propagation in the atmosphere.
The topics include normal vowel development, the acoustic measurement of vowels, recurring patterns and idiosyncratic systems in some English children with vowel disorders, vowel production in childhood and acquired apraxia of speech, vowel perception in listeners with cochlear implants, and the clinical phonology of vowel disorders.
Navy operates its primary acoustic engineering measurement facility in the Pacific: the Southeast Alaska Acoustic Measurement Facility (SEAFAC).
Designed for audio testing, acoustic measurement, and vibration analysis applications, the DT9837C dynamic signal acquisition module for USB from Data Translation features high-performance, 24-bit resolution and is available in a board-level OEM version for embedded test applications, or installed in a metal mini-XLR or BNC connection box.
The subsea leak monitor has a dual-sensor configuration to achieve a combination of small signal sensitivity and acoustic measurement accuracy throughout a wide range of signal levels.
The acoustic measurement technique and a variety of its applications have been well documented (de Rosny and Roux, 2001; Conti and Demer, 2003; Demer and Conti, 2003; Demer et al.

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