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ISSN: 0137-5075

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Gdańsk University of Technology

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A 2017 20
A 2016 15
A 2015 15
A 2014 15
A 2013 20
A 2011 15
B 2008 9


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  • Creating Dynamic Maps of Noise Threat Using PL-Grid Infrastructure

    The paper presents functionality and operation results of a system for creating dynamic maps of acoustic noise employing the PL-Grid infrastructure extended with a distributed sensor network. The work presented provides a demonstration of the services being prepared within the PLGrid Plus project for measuring, modeling and rendering data related to noise level distribution in city agglomerations. Specific computational environments,...

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  • Detection of Objects Buried in the Sea Bottom with the Use of Parametric Echosounder

    The paper contains results of a in situ research main task of which was to detect objects buried, partially or completely, in the sea bottom. Object detecting technologies employing acoustic wave sources based on nonlinear interaction of elastic waves require application of parametric sound sources. Detection of objects buried in the sea bottom with the use of classic hydroacoustic devices such as the sidescan sonar or multibeam...

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  • Features of Nonlinear Sound Propagation in Vibrationally Excited Gases

    - Archives of Acoustics - 2013

    Weakly nonlinear sound propagation in a gas where molecular vibrational relaxation takes place is studied. New equations which govern the sound in media where the irreversible relaxation may take place are derived and discussed. Their form depends on the regime of excitation of oscillatory degrees of freedom, equilibrium (reversible) or non-equilibrium (irreversible), and on the comparative frequency of the sound in relation to...

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    Study of the sea noise has been a subject of interest for years. The first work of this scope were published at the turn of the twentieth century by Knudsen (KNUDSEN et al., 1948) and G. Wenz (WENZ, 1962). Disturbances called "shipping noise" are one of the important components of the sea noise. In this work the results of an experimental research of underwater noise produced by a small ship of a classic propulsion are...

  • Acoustic heating produced in the boundary layer

    : Instantaneous acoustic heating of a viscous fluid flow in a boundary layer is the subject of investigation. The governing equation of acoustic heating is derived by means of a special linear combination of conservation equations in the differential form, which reduces all acoustic terms in the linear part of the final equation but preserves terms belonging to the thermal mode. The procedure of decomposition is valid in a weakly...

  • Editor's Farewell

    By this occasion, I would like to mention the major milestones Archives of Acoustics experienced during the last years. For some years, we concentrated our efforts on introducing Archives of Acoustics to the ISI Web of Knowledge and the Journal Citation Report databases.We achieved this aim, and since 2007 Archive of Acoustics has been referenced in the Journal Citation Report. Accordingly, our next object was to obtain the Impact...

  • Nonlinear Influence of Sound on the Vibrational Energy of Molecules in a Relaxing Gas

    Dynamics of a weakly nonlinear and weakly dispersive flow of a gas where molecular vibrational relaxation takes place is studied. Variations in the vibrational energy in the field of intense sound is considered. These variations are caused by a nonlinear transfer of the acoustic energy into energy of vibrational degrees of freedom in a relaxing gas. The final dynamic equation which describes this is instantaneous, it includes a...

  • Objectivization of Audio-Visual Correlation analysis

    Simultaneous perception of audio and visual stimuli often causes the concealment or misrepresentation of information actually contained in these stimuli. Such effects are called the ''image proximity effect'' or the ''ventriloquism effect'' in literature. Until recently, most research carried out to understand their nature was based on subjective assessments. The Authors of this paper propose a methodology based on both subjective...

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  • Sample Rate Conversion with Fluctuating Resampling Ratio

    In this paper a sample rate conversion with continuously changing resampling ratio has been presented. The proposed implementation is based on variable fractional delay filter implemented using a Farrow structure. It have been demonstrated that using the proposed approach instantaneous resampling ratio can be freely changed. This allows for simulation of audio recored on magnetic tape with nonuniform velocity as well as removal...

  • Signatures and acoustic images of objects moving in water

    Observation of underwater space is part of a generaltrend, which primary purpose is to protect and increasesafety in the selected area. The basic aim of the paper ispresentation of designated acoustic characteristics typicalfor objects moving on the water surface and under water,which represent some knowledge about detection of theseobjects. Create a catalog of acoustic signature and not onlyacoustic, as well as acoustic images...

  • Theoretical studies of nonlinear generation efficiency in a bubble layer

    Celem pracy jest teoretyczna analiza propagacji fal o dużym natężeniu w warstwie z pęcherzykami. Przedstawiono model matematyczny zjawiska w tym omówiono problem wyznaczania prędkości fazowej, współczynnika tłumienia i częstotliwości rezonansowej pęcherzyków. Badano zmiany amplitud pierwszej i drugiej harmonicznej ciśnienia fali odbitej i bieżącej w funkcji grubości warstwy oraz względnej koncentracji pęcherzyków. Rozważano pęcherzyki...

  • Tinnitus Therapy Based on High-Frequency Linearization Principles - Preliminary Results

    - Archives of Acoustics - 2012

    The aim of this work is to present problems related to tinnitus symptoms, its pathogenesis, hypotheses on tinnitus causes, and therapy treatment to reduce or mask the phantom noise. In addition, the hypothesis on the existence of parasitic quantization that accompanies hearing loss has been recalled. Moreover, the paper describes a study carried out by the Authors with the application of high-frequency dither having specially formed...

  • Acoustic Heating Produced in the Thermoviscous Flow of a Shear-Thinning Fluid

    This study is devoted to the instantaneous acoustic heating of a shear-thinningfluid. Apparent viscosity of a shear-thinning fluid depends on the shear rate. Thatfeature distinguishes it from a viscous Newtonian fluid. The special linear combi-nation of conservation equations in the differential form makes it possible to derivedynamic equations governing both the sound and non-wave entropy mode inducedin the field of sound. These...

  • Application of Vector Sensors to Acoustic Surveillance of a Public Interior Space

    Przedstawiono metodę precyzyjnej detekcji i lokalizacji źródeł dźwięku w pomieszczeniach. Wykorzystano wektorowe czujniki akustyczne, dostarczające sygnałów ciśnienia akustycznego i prędkości cząsteczek powietrza. Zaprezentowano metodę lokalizacji źródeł dźwięku na widowni wydarzenia publicznego. Przedstawiono demonstracyjny system zainstalowany w sali wykładowej. System poddano ocenie dokładności na podstawie przeprowadzonych...

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  • Comparison of various speech time-scale modificartion methods

    The objective of this work is to investigate the influence of the different time-scale modification (TSM) methods on the quality of the speech stretched up using the designed non-uniform real-time speech time-scale modification algorithm (NU-RTSM). The algorithm provides a combination of the typical TSM algorithm with the vowels, consonants, stutter, transients and silence detectors. Based on the information about the content and...

  • Creating Acoustic Maps Employing Supercomputing Cluster

    The implemented online urban noise pollution monitoring system is presented with regard to its conceptual assumptions and technical realization. A concept of the noise source parameters dynamic assessment is introduced. The idea of noise modeling, based on noise emission characteristics and emission simulations, was developer and practically utilized in the system. Furthermore, the working system architecture and the data acquisition...

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