acoustic


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a remedy for hearing loss or deafness

of or relating to the science of acoustics

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Due to lesser response time, passive nature, and wireless operation, acoustic wave sensors are gradually replacing conventional sensors for a variety of applications such as industrial, automotives, consumer electronics, military and aerospace, and healthcare segments.
With our product diversification efforts on full swing, Absol International is fully poised to tap this growth, as the region's first one-stop-shop acoustic solutions provider, offering a wide range of green specs complaint and traditional acoustic and noise control products," Sharma said.
Shen will be joined by a host of leading international and regional acoustic engineers and architects.
The interaction of the structure and acoustic medium are expressed in the following way in the formula of finite elements [7]
Rieter tested a floor underlay panel of nylon-tufted carpet backed with layers of nonwoven reinforcement fibers, latex adhesive, mixed-felt acoustic substrate, and multi-layer PE film.
Through to the early 1900s, the adjective "deaf" in common parlance might refer to anything from inattentiveness to a moderate hardness of hearing to complete deafness owing to the destruction of the acoustic nerve.
Glynne Balshaw-Jones, chairman, of Hodgson and Hodgson, said: 'The Salex business complements our existing group operations supplying acoustic and thermal insulation solutions and brings with it additional technologies.
To arrive at the new acoustic representation of people, Conti, de Rosny, and Roux, now at the University of California, San Diego, and David A.
This chapter deals in compelling detail with the schemes and design for Charles McKim's Symphony Hall in Boston and with Sabine's acoustic analysis.
A growing number of cases of malignant change following radiation of acoustic neuromas is being reported in the literature.
Rieter has acoustic integration responsibility on a 2003 GM platform.
Merrill's Music offers acoustic pianos and electric keyboards at 20 percent to 55 percent below retail prices.
Through damping methods and acoustic controls, it is possible to reduce noise levels that are dangerous to your workers.
An acoustic neurinoma is a benign tumor which may develop on the hearing and balance nerves near the inner ear.