Mechanical Engineering
 

(Me En-Phscs) Fundamentals of Acoustics

(Me En-Phscs) Fundamentals of Acoustics
Vibrating systems, elastic media, mechanical energy, and radiation. Sound generation, transmission, reflection, and reception.
ME EN
561
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesPHSCS 318; or equivalent; Phscs 461 or concurrent enrollment.
 RecommendedPhscs 318, 321; or equivalents.
 TaughtFall
Course Outcomes: 

Vibration and Sound

Conceptualize and solve problems in fundamental areas of vibroacoustics, including: strings, rods, membranes, beams, plates, plane and spherical waves, reflection and transmission phenomena, and radiation of sources.

Analyze Acoustical Data

Acquire and analyze acoustical data for physical understanding, and document the results in the form of technical laboratory reports.