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Acoustic emission
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Acoustic emission (often abbreviated as AE) refers to the waves of the ultrasound and sound that are normally yielded following internal changes/ deformations in a substance due to forces that are external. It is basically those waves of sound that a substance emits after… nown as AE sensors and the substance is normally left un-impacted since the energy…
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Acoustic Emission and Vibration
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Both acoustic emission and vibration sensors have been applied in the development of several monitoring systems that have been conditioned due to their early detection application when it comes to faults arising due to important machinery components… The process of early detection has proved to be a very crucial factor in condition monitoring as well as…
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Mechanical properties and acoustic behaviour of screed
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Apart from this, it can be used to increase the structural strength of the base floor slab while increasing the depth of the slab as well. Screed is a well defined mixture of cement… The topping thus made is a layer of high strength concrete, with better mechanical properties than other finishing matrial used ordinarily on the surface bases........(1)…
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Acoustic simulation of cochlear implants in reverberation
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The cochlear implant is a minute electronic device that aids a profoundly deaf person or a person with hearing difficulties to sense a sound signal. This implant is also referred to as the bionic ear.The device works by stimulating the auditory nerves located inside the cochlea with an electric pulse.… The cochlear implant is a minute electronic device that…
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IDEAL ACOUSTIC AND INTERIOR DESIGN FOR A JAZZ CLUB
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Not only the right acoustics can keep the occupants content and pleased, it can also increase productivity. The right acoustical design of certain spaces like class rooms and health facilities demand… Very often the when dealing with small, closed places, such as a club, there are a few vital aspects that need to be taken into consideration. One such aspect is…
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Don't Fret, Just Strum: A Comparison and Contrast of the Electric and Acoustic Guitar
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Don't Fret, Just Strum: A Comparison and Contrast of the Electric and Acoustic Guitar To an uninformed individual, all guitars are essentially the same, meaning they are all pieces of wood furnished with strings, which one plucks at or strums to make sounds.… The acoustic and electric guitars are the most fascinating guitars.…
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Oceanography
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I will analyze the uses and application of underwater imaging, the methods used, goals of underwater imaging and applications of underwater imaging. First the paper discusses the following: In this paper I have… More so, underground imaging is applied in the military, commercial sector and scientific…
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Condition monitoring
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Acoustic method for detecting partial discharge Introduction A partial discharge in electrical technology is defined as a dielectric breakdown of an electrical insulation system under conditions like high voltage that leads to a breakdown of the gap between two conductors separated by the dielectric space.… Common electrical components like transformers and…
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Speech Perception and Language Processing
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Nittrouer (2002) examined an acoustic approach to speech perception and language processing by reviewing most of the experiments done to establish developmental stages in speech perception. These developmental stages determine the phonetic structure because each stage enhances… In this regard, any intervention that aims at developing the language of children,…
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To demonstrate a number of artefacts encountered in the practice in ultrasound, which should enhance understanding of the physical principles of diagnostic ultrasound
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This study shall discuss the number of artefacts encountered in the practice in ultrasound, which should enhance understanding of the physical principles of diagnostic ultrasound. This literature review will focus on three artefacts which are chosen because of relevance.… Ultrasound artefacts are therefore sonographic display errors which are caused by…
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Artifacts
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The following essay is focused on the peculiarities of artifacts. Notably, artifacts are considered to be anomalies or errors in images and are usually caused by physical processes which impact on the ultrasound beam and often affect the assumptions which the operator would make on the beam. … Ultrasound artifacts are therefore sonographic display errors which…
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Skinput
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Contemporary computer technology is essentially concerned with the limits of computer-human interaction. Recent technological advancements reveal that computing becomes increasingly natural and intuitive. Intuitive computing started with the famous SixthSense technology by Pranav Mistry and his wearable gestural interface (Roginski, 2010).… In general terms,…
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Underwater Communication
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Underwater communication is one of the most important prerequisite in any form of explorations or venture under water due to the fact that it can ensure safety and can guide divers or vessels in different activities. … Underwater Communication The paper is aimed to present the different methods and forms of underwater communication.To communicate with the…
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Compare and contrast the scientific principles of Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound
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Scientific Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Ultrasound: A Comparative Essay Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound are both radiographic imaging techniques which are commonly known in terms of safety, mainly for its non-use of ionizing radiation common in other diagnostic procedures like x-ray and computerized tomography.…
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Echo cancellation and applications
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Cancelling the effect of echo is called echo cancellation.Echo is the delayed and distorted voice of the original sound.There are certain techniques for the echo cancellation called the echo canceller, corresponding to the field of adaptive filtering… Cancelling the effect of echo is called echo cancellation.Echo is the delayed and distorted voice of the…
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Paraphrase
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One of the most significant advancements in the instruments for clinical use has been that of tympanometry as a means of analysing middle-ear function. It is suggested in the technical note, "Recommended procedure for tympanometry", that the calibration of the instrument needs to be checked every day with test cavities that have dimensions at 226 Hz, along with checking the performance of the instrument frequently.…
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Characterization of the Automotive Interior Cabin Noise
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Refining the noise and vibrating features of private vehicles has been a headache for the automotive industry. They are working tirelessly to ensure that these noise and vibrating levels are kept to a minimum.… Consequently, interior trims such as the car-seats and roof covering play a very vital role in the observation of interior noise and vibrations…
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Voice Analysis and Resynthesis
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This paper "Voice Analysis and Resynthesis" discusses the spectral characteristics as well as the analysis and re-synthesis of author's voice spectrogram which was recorded a year ago during the first workshop.… The spectrogram particularly presented the various steady state vowels in my recorded voice to which were useful in the determination of the phonatory…
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Role of Phoneme Perception
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This assignment talks about the role of phoneme perception on the information provided to the face and language which is natural for a human being to perceive speech easily under various conditions. However, most people do not understand that what is considered routine underlies complex processes.… Thie assignment "Role of Phoneme Perception" analyzes how…
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Intelligence Collection
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Materials sampling refers to the collection and assessment of particulates, trace elements, debris and effluents. These kinds of materials are emitted into the environment, earth or water by a broad array of industrial activities and military operations. Materials sampling is… These vessels leave behind traces of chemicals while moving which are detected by…
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Forensic phonetics
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Forensic Phonetics Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Preliminary assessments that should be carried out on forensic analysis speech samples to establish their adequacy for speaker comparison and identification analysis The use of voice recognition for forensic investigations goes back to several centuries back with the first case to employ the use of voice recognition in a case being the trial of William Hulet in 1660.…
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Forensic phonetics
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The use of voice recognition for forensic investigations goes back to several centuries back with the first case to employ the use of voice recognition in a case being the trial of William Hulet in 1660. The use of voice recognition in forensic investigation is employed in… e success of voice recognition is pegged on the ability of the witness to correctly…
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Sensation and Perception
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Therefore, the process of the brain perceiving language starts with the sound signal levels then the audition processing. This leads to the production of the initial auditory signals that are… The signals of the speech sound usually contain numerous acoustic cues that are vital in speech perception. The clues are significant in helping in separating or…
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A New Empirical Model for Predicting the Sound Absorption of Polyfelt Fibrous Materials for Acoustical Applications
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A New Empirical Model for Predicting the Sound Absorption of Polyfelt Fibrous Materials for Acoustical Applications I. Introduction Accurate modeling of the acoustical properties of porous materials is of considerable interest to acoustic and noise engineers and material manufacturers.… Empirical models do not require detailed knowledge of the internal…
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How do people understand speech In your answer, discuss two of the factors covered in the lectures on this topic and refer to relevant theories and studies of speech comprehension
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Nonetheless, currently there is a massive accumulation of evidence asserting that the understanding of speech does not need a comprehensive spectral painting of the… The acoustic system can obtain the cogent information through processing of the low-frequency intonation scale in the sound cortex, and this representation delivers a principled foundation for the…
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