Obtaining the complex pressure field at the hologram surface for use in near-field acoustical holography when pressure and in-plane velocities are measured

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Acoustical-based imaging techniques have found merit in determining the behavior of vibrating structures. These techniques are commonly used in numerous applications to obtain detailed noise source information and energy distributions on source surfaces. Source reconstructions using near-field acoustical holography NAH are reliant upon accurate measurement… (More)

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@inproceedings{Harris2006ObtainingTC, title={Obtaining the complex pressure field at the hologram surface for use in near-field acoustical holography when pressure and in-plane velocities are measured}, author={Michael C. Harris and Jonathan D. Blotter and Scott D. Sommerfeldt}, year={2006} }