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a remedy for hearing loss or deafness

of or relating to the science of acoustics

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Specifically, these components will differ from those in previous lots in two material characteristics: the acoustic impedance of the mold compound and the acoustic attenuation of the mold compound.
The key factors driving the global acoustic sensing market include,
Handbook of Contemporary Acoustics and Its Applications
Acoustic insulation materials have found wide acceptance in various industries such as building & construction, transportation, and others because of their superior acoustic and environmental resistance characteristics.
Liverpool Acoustic is joining forces with Acoustic Dustbowl for a joint Christmas Party to see out 2013 in (acoustic) style.
The company is targeting Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Saudi Arabia for its new green specs-complaint product line-up that includes Canadian thermal and acoustic insulation product-Monoglass and German/Australian acoustic underlay-Damtec, both considered to be the best-in-class.
Contractors are implementing acoustic enhancement systems in venues of all types, both indoors and outdoors.
One of the widely used methods to create the acoustic models is the finite element method (FEM).
The C-SAM, or C-Mode Scanning Acoustic Microscope, is an ultra-high-frequency ultrasonic imaging system that looks inside opaque samples and reveals internal features such as defects and construction details.
It is more difficult to excuse the absence of reference to such seminal work as The Tuning of the World (Knopf, 1977) by the Canadian composer and acoustic ecologist R.
Salex, based in Braintree, Essex, supplies acoustic components to specialist-vehicle manufacturers.
In an effort to join all things acoustic, Thomas and lead guitarist Adam Gaynor broke it down without the rest of the band - Kyle Cook (guitar), Paul Docette (drums) and Brian Yale (bass) - on ``If You're Gone'' from 2000's ``Mad Season.
This new acoustic description "should have application everywhere a human is embedded in an acoustic sound scape," comments acoustics specialist Vincent Gibiat of the Universite Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, France.
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.
Kveton, MD, report the tragic case of a 14-year-old girl who had bilateral acoustic neuromas treated by stereotactic radiotherapy, with subsequent rapid growth of the irradiated tumors and brain-stem compression resulting in death.