Acoustic Cloaking Through MEMP Design
Acoustic scattering is used in both communication and detection of submerged structures such as submarines.
Constructed in 1994 by Willam Clayton, the chamber offers an acoustically isolated testing facility with highly absorptive walls for students and faculty to use.
Energy Intensity Boundary Element Method
The distribution of acoustic energy within an enclosure is directly influenced by structural design.
Multi-Element Multi-Path Design
Simple lightweight and flexible structures act as building blocks for larger more intricate systems.
Reflection and Transmission from Elastic Barriers
This work develops models for the coupled structural-acoustic vibration of boundaries that reﬂect and transmit sound.
Turbine Wake Steering
Wind turbines placed within a wind farm are prevented from being too close because of the so-called wake shielding problem, which occurs when less energetic wakes coming off upstream turbine impinges on the downstream turbines.