dipole sound field

dipole sound field

[′dī‚pōl ′sau̇nd ‚fēld]
(acoustics)
A sound field generated by an oscillating dipole source.
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Changes in circulation or area of a vortex ring gives rise to a dipole sound field. When this sound source couples with a resonator, large amplitudes may be generated.