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Acoustic Array Systems: Theory, Implementation and Application

Acoustic Array Systems: Theory, Implementation and Application

Acoustic Array Systems: Theory, Implementation and Application. Chapter 9. Application Examples 9.1 Scooter: Transient Sources 9.2 Compressor 9.3 Vacuum Cleaner 9.4 Automotive Internal Combustion Engine 9.5 Transient Wave Propagation over an Impacted Thin Plate 9.6 IT Equipment

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Wave Propagation

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Wave Propagation

Wave Propagation

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Wave Propagation

Wave Propagation

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Wave Propagation

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Wave Propagation

Wave Propagation

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Radio Wave Propagation

Radio Wave Propagation

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Seismology: Wave Propagation

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Plane wave propagation

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Electromagnetic Wave Propagation

Electromagnetic Wave Propagation

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Seismology:  Wave Propagation

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