An aeroacoustic approach to phonation.

  title={An aeroacoustic approach to phonation.},
  author={Richard S. McGowan},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={83 2},
A fluid mechanical, or aeroacoustic, point of view is followed to study possible sources of sound during phonation. Concentration is on two features of the vocal tract during phonation: abrupt area change from the glottis to the vocal tract and the finite length of the vocal tract. With these features, a source of sound distinct from the volume velocity source can be identified and a preliminary account of its effect on the acoustic field given. This source of sound is an oscillating force… CONTINUE READING

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