acoustic wave


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Synonyms for acoustic wave

(acoustics) a wave that transmits sound

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Conservation of momentum determines the frequency shift in the acoustic wave through a vector equation requiring the momentum before the collision to equal the total momentum after the collision: [k.sub.L] = [k.sub.S] + [k.sub.ac], where the bold print represents vectors.
Model 1a exhibits characteristics of plane wave propagation up to about 1200Hz where 3D acoustic wave propagation starts.
The acoustic hole corresponding to the acoustic wave packet is static.
The surface acoustic wave velocity due to Cp-Lip1 SAW device calculation formula was derived.
The acoustic wave can be propagated faster and less attenuated in a rigid material than in the air.
RF360 Holdings offers a comprehensive portfolio of filters and filter technologies, including surface acoustic wave (SAW), temperature-compensated surface acoustic wave (TC- SAW) and bulk acoustic wave (BAW) solutions to support the wide range of frequency bands being deployed in networks across the globe.
In order to meet the demands of future hydrogen economy, there are various types of hydrogen ([H.sub.2]) sensors, which use different mechanisms (e.g., resistance based, optical based, catalyst based, electrochemical based, thin and thick film based, chemochromic based, Schottky based, MEMS-based, and surface acoustic wave (SAW) based) to detect [H.sub.2] gas [1].
The equation of one dimensional acoustic wave is derived from the kinetic equation, continuity equation, and state equation [17-19].
However, for the frequency band from 305 to 345 Hz, the maximum SPL reduction ascends first when the length increment interval is 1-13 cm, and then it remains constant at the maximum value among the interval of 13-17 cm, and, afterwards, it goes down with respect to the increment from 17 cm to 25 cm because of the reduction in the effect of the acoustic wave phases difference.
Here, at specific frequency ranges, gravity waves can actually produce an acoustic wave that has completely different properties--and that is amazing."
She developed a low-cost method to disinfect hospital rooms using surface acoustic wave devices.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global bulk acoustic wave (BAW) RF filter market to grow at a CAGR of 30.86% during the period 2016-2020.
For example, an acoustic wave of 100 kilohertz (kHz), traveling through air, has a wavelength of 3.4 millimeters (mm) -- so it couldn't achieve image resolution smaller than 1.7 mm.
Crystek designed the module using proprietary circuitry and surface acoustic wave resonator technology to provide ultra-low jitter/phase noise performance with true SineWave output.