Blackstock (mechanical engineering, U. of Texas) presents an introductory textbook on the physics of sound written for a two-semester graduate-level course. For part of the book, he attempts to keep the mathematics at a fairly basic level, while covering such topics as propagation, reflection and tr.Most topics requiring the use of nonplanar waves are postponed to the last half of the book (the second semester). ... for example, propagation, reflection and transmission, refraction, normal modes (rectangular geometry), horn theory, and ... waveguides, directional radiation, and diffraction. ... The author feels strongly that since the wave equation is fundamental to the study of physical acoustics at theanbsp;...

Title | : | Fundamentals of Physical Acoustics |

Author | : | David T. Blackstock |

Publisher | : | John Wiley & Sons - 2000-04-24 |

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