



Engineering Noise Control: Theory and PracticeAlthough this fourth edition follows the same basic style and format as the first, second and third editions, the content has been considerably updated and expanded, yet again. This is partly in response to significant advances in the practice of acoustics and in the associated technology during the six years since the third edition and partly in...   Geometry, Topology and Physics, Second Edition (Graduate Student Series in Physics)This book provides an introduction to the ideas and techniques of differential geometry and topology. It starts with a brief survey of quantum field theory, gauge theory, general relativity, vector spaces, and topology. Using many illustrations, exercises, and problems, the author demonstrates more elaborate concepts of topology and geometry,...   Underwater Acoustic Modeling: Principles, techniques and applicationsThe subject of underwater acoustic modeling deals with the translation of our physical understanding of sound in the sea into mathematical formulas solvable by computers. This book divides the subject of underwater acoustic modeling into three fundamental aspects: the physical principles used to formulate underwater acoustic models; the... 

Room AcousticsWe all know that a concert hall, theatre, lecture room or a church may have good or poor ‘acoustics’. As far as speech in these rooms is concerned, it is relatively simple to make some sort of judgement on their quality by rating the ease with which the spoken word is understood. However, judging the acoustics of a concert hall or an...   Acoustic Diffusers and Absorbers: Theory, Design and ApplicationEvery book tells a story and there is a story behind every book. This story begins in 1980, in the conference room of the laboratory for the structure of matter at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) in Washington, DC, where Peter D’Antonio was employed as a diffraction physicist. Knowing Peter’s interest in music, a colleague handed...   




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