Acoustics is a branch of physics that studies sound, or more precisely, mechanical waves in gases, liquids, and solids. Its origins began with the study of mechanical vibrations and the radiation of these vibrations through mechanical waves, and still continues today. Research was done to look into the many aspects of the fundamental physical processes involved in waves and sound and into possible applications of these processes in modern life. This book covers theoretical and experimental aspects of basic and applied acoustics.
Print ISBN: 978-1-68251-396-5 | $155 | 2018 | Hardcover
Editor: William K Philips