acoustic power


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Noun1.acoustic power - the physical intensity of soundacoustic power - the physical intensity of sound  
intensity, intensity level, strength - the amount of energy transmitted (as by acoustic or electromagnetic radiation); "he adjusted the intensity of the sound"; "they measured the station's signal strength"
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Supplier to take drawing approval before manufacturing qty: 25 no 5)duty lable for 1430 kva acoustic power pack as per bhel drawing no.
[1.] Panuszka, R.J., "The Influence of Stiffness and Boundary Conditions of Thin Rectangular Plates on Radiated Acoustic Power," Applied Acoustics 46, 1995.
Effects of vortex in acoustics have also been studied by Oosterhuis et al., [6] who predicted the relationship between pressure drop and acoustic power dissipation.
For operating in air, transducers for distance measurement were found to provide good acoustic power, consistent resonant frequency, and are available at a low-price.
The safety valve noise can be predicted by Lighthill's theory of calculating the acoustic power of steam discharge.
If the acoustic power is more than the predetermined threshold, then the input is detected as an event.
The method can be applied to obtain an approximation of the contribution from rigid boundaries of the solid body to the total acoustic power. Some applications of the method in basic models such as in a single model of side mirror [18] were carried out, but no application for the prediction of exterior wind noise in full scale production vehicle has been reported.
The acoustic power radiated by plates in bending vibration is estimated using Statistical Energy Analysis by Rumerman [9].
Acoustic power is the total energy radiated by the ultrasonic source per unit of time; it can be calculated from acoustic intensity and the area of the radiating surface [47].
The intense cavitation was induced close to the probe tip for high acoustic power and might absorb a great part of the acoustic wave energy, resulting in preventing the sound from penetrating deeply in the liquid.
Since the aim is to maximize the acoustic power, x is chosen so that <[P.sub.inc]> = a*a and <[P.sub.refl]> = b*b.
It was rare that range of frequency and acoustic power produced by the larynx were not immediately related to range of frequency and power received by the auditory system.

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