Absorption of Sound in Air versus Humidity and Temperature

@inproceedings{Leonard2004AbsorptionOS,
  title={Absorption of Sound in Air versus Humidity and Temperature},
  author={D Leonard},
  year={2004}
}
Measurements have been made of the absorption of sound in air at «-octave frequency intervals from 2000 to 12 500 Hz, as a function of humidity, at six temperatures in the range from --0.5 ø to 25.1øC at normal atmospheric pressure. The results of the new study are presented and compared with those of past investigations. Then a "best fit" is obtained to existing data. The resulting information is presented in both tabular and graphical form, useful for the solutions to problems of the… CONTINUE READING
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