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Theoretical and experimental study of quasisteady‐flow separation within the glottis during phonation. Application to a modified two‐mass model
Most flow models used in numerical simulation of voiced sound production rely, for the sake of simplicity, upon a certain number of assumptions. While most of these assumptions constitute reasonableExpand
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An in vitro setup to test the relevance and the accuracy of low-order vocal folds models.
An experimental setup and human vocal folds replica able to produce self-sustained oscillations are presented. The aim of the setup is to assess the relevance and the accuracy of theoretical vocalExpand
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Influence of a constriction in the near field of the vocal folds: physical modeling and experimental validation.
The involvement of the ventricular folds is often observed in human phonation and, in particular, in pathological and or some throat-singing phonation. This study aims to explore and model theExpand
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Influence of collision on the flow through in-vitro rigid models of the vocal folds.
Measurements of pressure in oscillating rigid replicas of vocal folds are presented. The pressure upstream of the replica is used as input to various theoretical approximations to predict theExpand
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Numerical and experimental study of expiratory flow in the case of major upper airway obstructions with fluid–structure interaction
Abstract This study deals with the numerical prediction and experimental description of the flow-induced deformation in a rapidly convergent–divergent geometry which stands for a simplified tongue,Expand
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Self-entrainment of the right and left vocal fold oscillators.
This article presents an analysis of entrained oscillations of the right and left vocal folds in the presence of asymmetries. A simple one-mass model is proposed for each vocal fold. A stiffnessExpand
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Experimental validation of some issues in lip and vocal fold physical models
Insight into vocal fold and lip oscillation mechanisms is important for the understanding of phonation and the sound generation process in brass musical instruments. In general, a simplified analysisExpand
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Aeroacoustics of musical instruments
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SommarioMediante semplici modelli fisici di strumenti musicali a fiato e loro soluzioni numeriche si può generare il suono. Expand
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In vitro validation of some flow assumptions for the prediction of the pressure distribution during obstructive sleep apnoea
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An in vitro experimental and theoretical study of steady pharyngeal fluid flow is presented for different constriction heights and upstream pressures. Expand
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Description of the flow through in-vitro models of the glottis during phonation. Application to voiced sounds synthesis
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In this paper we present results of calculations derived in an earlier paper. Expand
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