Mechanical Engineering
 

(Me En-Phscs 660) Acoustic Systems

(Me En-Phscs 660) Acoustic Systems
Analyzing and modeling electro-mechano-acoustic systems. Transducers, calibration, and acoustical measurements. Sound sources, arrays, coupling, radiation, and directivity. Duct acoustics and acoustic filters.
ME EN
562
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesPHSCS 561; or instructor's consent.
 TaughtWinter
Course Outcomes: 

Electro-Mechano-Acoustic Systems

Model and analyze electro-mechano-acoustic systems using various theoretical, numerical, and experimental tools.

System Modeling and Analysis

Work independently and collaborate with others on problems involving system modeling and analysis, acoustical measurements, analogous circuits, source radiation, source coupling, arrays, the Kirchhoff-Helmholtz integral theorem, self and mutual radiation impedance, transducers, duct acoustics, electro-mechano-acoustic filters, and energy-based acoustics.

Prepare for Research

Develop skills and proficiencies in all of these areas and become aware of key resources for further study.

Prepare for a Career in Acoustics

Become more effective researchers and designers for future work in academics or industry.