This volume consists of papers originally presented at a Symposium in November 2009 at the University of Southampton, in honour of the life and work of Professor Geoffrey Lilley. Selected for this volume are the papers specific to aeroacoustics, covering aerodynamic noise theory, airframe noise, flow control, and experimental jet noise studies.
This book contains a collection of papers on the measurement, prediction and control of sound transmission. It is in five sections: sound transmission in buildings; measurement methods, sources of sound and vibration, vibration isolation, lightweight building structures. The range of topics included cannot be exhaustive, because of the book page limit, but the editors believe the papers reflect important interests and concerns of contributors and readers.
The International Journal of Aeroacoustics publishes developments in all areas of fundamental and applied aeroacoustics, including: advances in understanding aeroacoustics phenomena; applied topics include all aspects of civil and military aircraft, automobile and high speed train aeroacoustics, and the impact of acoustics on structures.
by Ettore Cirillo and Francesco Martellotta
This book analyses how developments in worship demanded new physical surroundings - so that sound, whether spoken, sung, or played, could be properly heard; and analyses the other driver, developments in architectural technology, which made possible new shapes, which in turned opened up new musical possibilities.
Edited by Ganesh Raman
Computational Aeroacoustics (CAA) deals with the simulation of sound generated by unsteady flows and is a rapidly growing area due to advances in computational power and the significant projected growth in global transportation.
Edited by Ganesh Raman
Jet Aeroacoustics is a growing area, a function of the significant projected growth in global air transportation. This book includes developments in the area of jet aeroacoustics theory, computations and experiments. Topics include: jet noise theories, simulation methodologies, predicting noise from complex geometries, design of jet noise facilities and jet noise measurements.
This book contains a collection of papers on room acoustics and environmental noise. Room acoustics is split into four sections: auditorium acoustics, acoustics of religious buildings, acoustics in schools, and absorption, diffusion and reverberation time; five papers on the technically related topic of environmental noise complete the book. The range of issues covered by the book cannot be exhaustive, but the editors believe that current concerns of researchers and practitioners are well addressed. The book includes papers by distinguished figures such as Leo Beranek, R. J. Orlowski, Fergus Fricke and Murray Hodgson, among others.
Building Acoustics is a quarterly journal concerned with acoustics in the built environment.The contents includes contributions on room acoustics, industrial noise, building services noise, transportation noise and vibration in buildings.
The phenomena of low frequency noise and vibration and their powerful effects on man, animals and the environment, spreads across several disciplines; studies of these topics are to be found at present in the periodical literature of acoustics, geophysics, architecture, civil and mechanical engineering, psychology and zoology.
Noise Notes covers all aspects of noise in the context of its being an environmental nuisance - thus noise from transport (air/road/rail); noise within buildings (construction and HVAC issues); 'social' noise (the capacity of individuals to generate intolerable noise levels for neighbours); medical aspects (stress, depression, low frequency induced illness); legislation, regulation and court decisions are all reported.
Edited by Colin H. Hansen
The effect of low frequency noise and vibration on people is an important issue for communities around many industrial facilities and an transportation systems. This book brings together, for the first time in one set of covers, over thirty papers on the effects of low frequency noise and vibration on people.
Noise and Vibration in Industry covers the effects of noise and vibration on individuals at work, the effects of vibration on machines and buildings, the impact of industrially-generated noise on the community, hearing protection, audiology and audiometry.
Noise and Vibration Bulletin reports on all aspects of this wide-ranging topic: effects on the human and animal organism, instrumentation standards and regulations; mechanisms involved in road and rail transport, aircraft, domestic and other noise sources; reduction and control.
Noise and Vibration Worldwide (NVWW) is the WORLD'S LEADING MAGAZINE on all aspects of the cause, effect, measurement, acceptable levels and methods of control of noise and vibration, keeping you up-to-date on all the latest developments and applications in noise and vibration control.
Editors: Dr W. Tempest and Dr H. G. Leventhall
This volume contains the 40-plus papers presented at the 11th international meeting on low frequency noise and vibration and its control, at Maastricht in September 2004. As such, it represents the state-of-the-art in low frequency research. The phenomena of low frequency noise and vibration and their powerful effects on man, animals and the environment spread across several disciplines including psychology, civil and mechanical engineering, architecture, geophysics and acoustics.
Edited by: Ganesh Raman and K. Srinivasan
Frontiers in Aeroacoustics includes recent developments that are both fundamental and applied. Aeroacoustics is a growing specialization that has received fresh emphasis due to advances in air, ground and space transportation. We need significant advances in aeroacoustics to reduce community and cabin noise from subsonic aircraft and to prepare for the possible large-scale entry of supersonic aircraft into civil aviation. We also need new research and effective communication about results to meet higher noise-certification levels and to pre-empt further regulatory burdens