Arpit Katiyar

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A sound wave traveling in air causes oscillations in pressure above or below the ambient atmospheric pressure. In acoustic theory, a sound source is mainly characterized by its amplitude and frequency (f). The acoustic incident pressure field (p) at an observation point, x, due to a point source located at xs is given by Equation 1 where, ω = 2πf , c0 is(More)
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