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Energy Flux Streamlines versus Acoustic Rays for Modeling Interaction with Rigid Boundaries: Near Field of Sound from a Circular Loudspeaker
Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics
  • Cleon Dean, Georgia Southern University
  • James P. Braselton, Georgia Southern University
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
6-2-2013
DOI
10.1121/1.4799251
Disciplines
Abstract

Sound emitted by a circular loudspeaker can be treated as equivalent to a plane wave diffracted by a circular aperture in a rigid, sound absorbing screen. Axial symmetry leads one to expect constructive interference along the symmetry axis in the near field (the Poisson-Arago spot). An energy flux streamline model was developed to help visualize this and other features of the nearsound field. The model is used to draw out similarities and differences between energy flux streamlines and acoustic rays, particularly in the transition to the far field. © 2013 Acoustical Society of America

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Citation Information
Cleon Dean and James P. Braselton. "Energy Flux Streamlines versus Acoustic Rays for Modeling Interaction with Rigid Boundaries: Near Field of Sound from a Circular Loudspeaker" Montreal, CanadaProceedings of Meetings on Acoustics Vol. 19 Iss. 1 (2013) p. 1 - 5
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/cleon_dean/8/