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Random Excitation Technique for Measurement of Acoustic Properties

  • Gaurav Sharma
  • Arpan GuptaEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Management and Industrial Engineering book series (MINEN)

Abstract

This chapter presents a case study approach for Modelling and Simulation of Random Excitation Technique for Measurement of Acoustic Properties like acoustic impedance and reflection coefficient. The basic theory, experimental formulation and set-up required are discussed in detail. Adequate options are suggested, if there is a variation of requirements from the given scenario.

Keywords

Acoustic impedance Spectral density Microphone ADC 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Indian Institute of TechnologyMandiIndia

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