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By Rajiv Padhye, Rajkishore Nayak (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9811014744

ISBN-13: 9789811014741

ISBN-10: 9811014760

ISBN-13: 9789811014765

This booklet highlights the producing and functions of acoustic textiles in numerous industries. it is usually examples from various industries during which acoustic textiles can be utilized to soak up noise and support lessen the effect of noise on the office. Given the significance of noise aid within the operating setting in numerous industries, the publication bargains a beneficial consultant for firms, educators and researchers concerned with acoustic materials.

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V. V. Kadam Á R. au © Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016 R. Padhye and R. V. Kadam and R. Nayak elastic or viscous), or the superposition of such propagated oscillation. (b) Auditory sensation evoked by the oscillation described in (a)”. Hence, acoustics is a study of sound generation and propagation in different media. Sound originates when a material or object vibrates. These vibrations propagate in solid, liquid or gas medium in a wave form from the emitter to the receiver. Thus, a sound wave is the transfer of energy emitted by a source material or object into the medium as it travels.

4. 1 X. Qiu Propagation For the sound wave propagating in porous textiles, the porous gas-filled medium is often treated as an equivalent uniform medium for analysis purpose; so a propagation factor ejxt−cx is used to describe the dependence of the propagating wave on time t and the propagation coordinate x [3]. Here, x = 2pf is the angular frequency and f is the wave frequency. The propagation constant c is also called the propagation coefficient, which is a complex number and can be described by, c ¼ a þ jk ð1:1:2Þ where the propagation wavenumber k = x/c is also called the phase coefficient, a is called the attenuation coefficient, and c is the speed of sound in the medium.

These phenomenons are described in Fig. 3. When all the emitted sound waves are absorbed by the receiver, sound absorption occurs. It is exactly like sponge absorbing water. Sound absorption is an important phenomenon as far as sound insulation is concerned. There are different materials available for sound absorption. The sound absorbers may be porous or resonant type. Porous absorbents are classified as fibrous materials and open-celled foams. Fibrous materials convert acoustic energy into heat energy when sound waves impinge the absorber.

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