Definition of Acoustical. Meaning of Acoustical. Synonyms of Acoustical

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Definition of Acoustical

Acoustical
Acoustical A*cous"tic*al, a. Of or pertaining to acoustics.

Meaning of Acoustical from wikipedia

- ****ociation Acoustical Society of America Institute of Noise Control Engineers National Council of Acoustical Consultants Institute of Acoustic in UK Physics...
- in technology. Acoustical engineers are typically concerned with the design, analysis and control of sound. One goal of acoustical engineering can be...
- Music portal Acoustic music is music that solely or primarily uses instruments that produce sound through acoustic means, as opposed to electric or electronic...
- Acoustical oceanography is the use of underwater sound to study the sea, its boundaries and its contents. Interest in developing echo ranging systems began...
- sound is transferred between two materials depends on how well their acoustical impedances match. Musical instruments are generally designed to radiate...
- Acoustical Intelligence (ACOUSTINT, sometimes ACINT) is an intelligence gathering discipline that collects and processes acoustic phenomena. It is a subdiscipline...
- Polyurethane Sorbothane Soundproofing Styrofoam Vibration isolation "Acoustical Foam". universalpowerconversion.com. "Effects of egg crate foam as acoustics...
- Acoustic may refer to: Acoustic (Bayside EP) Acoustic (Britt Nicole EP) Acoustic (Joey Cape and Tony Sly album), 2004 Acoustic (Coldplay EP), 2000 Acoustic...
- exhibiting arbitrary frequency power-law dependency,” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 115(4), pp. 1424-1430. Carcione J. M., Cavallini F...
- develops and builds audio or musical technology working under terms such as acoustical engineering, electronic/electrical engineering or (musical) signal processing...
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