Jorgen Hald

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  • Jorgen Hald
  • The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
  • 2009
To avoid the requirement set by standard near-field acoustical holography (NAH) to measure an area that fully covers the source, a set of so-called patch NAH methods has been introduced. One such method is the statistically optimized NAH (SONAH). In this method, the acoustic quantities on a mapping surface near the measurement surface are calculated by(More)
The potential of spherical-harmonics beamforming (SHB) techniques for the auralization of target sound sources in a background noise was investigated and contrasted with traditional head-related transfer function (HRTF)-based binaural synthesis. A scaling of SHB was theoretically derived to estimate the free-field pressure at the center of a spherical(More)
The spherical wave expansion with a single origin is sometimes used in connection with near-field acoustical holography to determine the sound field on the surface of a source. The radiated field is approximated by a truncated expansion, and the expansion coefficients are determined by matching the sound field model to the measured pressure close to the(More)
The Spatial Transformation of Sound Fields (STSF) technique involves a scan using an array of transducers over a (planar) surface close to the source under investigation. From cross spectra measured during the scan, a principal component representation of the sound field is extracted. Any power descriptor of the near field (intensity, sound pressure, etc.)(More)
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