By Rajiv Padhye, Rajkishore Nayak (eds.)
This booklet highlights the producing and purposes of acoustic textiles in a number of industries. it is also examples from diversified industries within which acoustic textiles can be utilized to soak up noise and aid decrease the influence of noise on the place of work. Given the significance of noise aid within the operating setting in numerous industries, the booklet deals a useful consultant for corporations, educators and researchers concerned with acoustic materials.
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Sound is a mechanical disturbance that travels through an elastic or viscous medium at a speed depending on the characteristic of that medium . Sound is a wave motion in an elastic media such as air, water or a rock. While air tubulates, the mass and momentum sources of a material are ultimately sound generators . Fig. 1 Sound generation Medium Source Receiver Basics of Acoustic Science 35 3 Sound Wave Propagation Sound propagation is essentially a wave phenomenon. Acoustic signals require a mechanically elastic medium for propagation and therefore cannot travel through vacuum, unlike electromagnetic light waves.
V. Kadam Á R. au © Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016 R. Padhye and R. V. Kadam and R. Nayak elastic or viscous), or the superposition of such propagated oscillation. (b) Auditory sensation evoked by the oscillation described in (a)”. Hence, acoustics is a study of sound generation and propagation in different media. Sound originates when a material or object vibrates. These vibrations propagate in solid, liquid or gas medium in a wave form from the emitter to the receiver. Thus, a sound wave is the transfer of energy emitted by a source material or object into the medium as it travels.
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Acoustic Textiles by Rajiv Padhye, Rajkishore Nayak (eds.)