Phillip Joseph

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  • Fabrício Almeida, Michael Brennan, Phillip Joseph, Stuart Whitfield, Simon Dray, Amarildo Paschoalini
  • 2014
Acoustic techniques have been used for many years to find and locate leaks in buried water distribution systems. Hydrophones and accelerometers are typically used as sensors. Although geophones could be used as well, they are not generally used for leak detection. A simple acoustic model of the pipe and the sensors has been proposed previously by some of(More)
The spatial correlation has previously been investigated for tonal and narrow-band sound fields. This letter presents an experimental investigation of the spatial correlation coefficients in a reverberation chamber driven by broadband signals. The main objective is to verify recent theoretical results for broadband spatial correlation in diffuse sound(More)
BACKGROUND People of South Asian origin suffer a high burden of premature myocardial infarction (MI). South Asians form a growing proportion of the Canadian population and preventive strategies to mitigate the risk of MI in this group are needed. Prior studies have shown that multimedia interventions are effective and feasible in inducing health behavior(More)
The presence of a "ladder" structure in the airfoil tonal noise was discovered in the 1970s, but its mechanism hitherto remains a subject of continual investigation in the research community. Based on the measured noise results and some numerical analysis presented in this letter, the variations of four types of airfoil tonal noise frequencies with the flow(More)
Ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) fatigue is a critical factor affecting the longevity of total knee replacement (TKR) bearings. With the increased need for laboratory studies to mimic near in vivo conditions for accurate characterization of material performance, the present study investigated the role of hyaluronic acid (HA) in testing(More)
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