Offered Every Fall
|Prerequisites:||ME 6760 or AE 6760 or equivalent or with the consent of the instructor.|
|Catalog Description:||Radiation and scattering of sound waves in fluids, duct acoustics, dissipation phenomena. Crosslisted with AE 6761.|
|Textbooks:||David T. Blackstock, Fundamentals of Physical Acoustics, 1st Edition, John Wiley, 2000.
Allan D. Pierce, Introduction to Physical Principles and Applications, 1st Edition, Springer-Verlag, 1989 (an Acoustical Society publication).
|Instructors:||Anyone in the Acoustics group; Jerry Ginsberg, Kenneth Cunefare|
|Audience:||Graduate students in Engineering or Physics interested in theoretical acoustics.|
|Goals:||The goal of this course is to expose students to an in-depth understanding of the fundamental principles governing the radiation and scattering of sound waves in fluids, the propagation of sound in ducts, and dissipation phenomena in acoustics.|