Specification of the geometry of the human ear canal for the prediction of sound-pressure level distribution.

@article{Stinson1989SpecificationOT,
  title={Specification of the geometry of the human ear canal for the prediction of sound-pressure level distribution.},
  author={Michael R. Stinson and Betty Lawton},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  year={1989},
  volume={85 6},
  pages={2492-503}
}
The geometry of 15 human ear canals has been studied. Silicone rubber molds were made of the ear canals of human cadavers, and a mechanical probe system was used to obtain approximately 1000 coordinate points over the surface of each mold. The data points were accurate to about 0.03 mm in each of the three space directions, allowing ample resolution of surface detail. The measurements have been summarized as individual ear canal area functions, the area of cross-sectional slices normal to a… CONTINUE READING
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