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Nearfield Structure-Borne-Sound Holography

Acoustical Nearfield Holography is a common method for the reconstruction of wave fields in the fluid medium surrounding a vibrating structure. Although NAH has been used to visualize structural vibration since its inception, this has been exclusively done by back-propagating the wave field of the surrounding fluid medium, based on measurement of sound pressure. So far, however, the holographic procedure has not been used to project structure-borne sound fields directly, based on structural vibration measurement. The present research therefore aims at implementing the core concept behind classic Nearfield Acoustical Holography in a structure-borne sound scenario. There is reason to believe that this might open up interesting ways to deal with certain problems in the practice of structural vibration analysis.



Near-field Structure-borne Sound Holography: Theory vs. Practice.
Citation key Greussing2013
Author D. Greussing
Year 2013
Journal In: Proc. Noise-Con 2013, Denver, Colorado, USA
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