Tag Archives: Acoustics

Tracking Forces with Sound

Acoustic emission from a ruptured liquid film reveals the forces that drive the liquid’s flow. Continue reading

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A broad acoustic bandwidth helps listeners understand fragmented speech

High-frequency audibility is critical for understanding speech in crowded social settings. Continue reading

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Broad bandwidth helps listeners understand fragmented speech

High-frequency audibility is singled out as essential for comprehension in crowded settings. Continue reading

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Acoustic metasurface creates quiet locations in a room

With its tunable panels, the specially designed surface can sculpt soundscapes on the fly. Continue reading

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Quieting a room with metamaterial wall panels

Specially designed surface sculpts sound waves in a room. Continue reading

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Making Shear Waves for Ultrasonic Imaging

New filter allows shear waves to be produced efficiently, which could lead to higher resolution ultrasound images. Read more in Continue reading

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