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A Specified Double-Layer Perforated Plate May be Used to Eliminate Low Frequency Noise in Large Wind Tunnel [2017-11-17]
Penetration-free Acoustic Data Transmission Achieves Effective Active Noise Control [2017-10-27]
Matching Pulse Waveforms Can Estimate Source Range in a Slope Environment [2017-09-26]
A New Compound Sound Absorber Improves Sound Absorptive Performance in Low- to Mid-Frequency Range [2017-09-15]
Impedance-Matching Acoustic Bend Improves Impedance Ratio and Increases Transmission [2017-09-15]
Iteration-based Time Delay Estimation Algorithm Speeds up Convergence [2017-09-06]
Knowledge-aided Method in Partially Homogeneous Clutter Enhances Detection Performances [2017-09-06]
Measurements of Ground Surface Vibrations Can Locate Buried Pipelines [2017-07-17]
Acoustic Signals Improving Correlation-based Leak Detection Techniques Performance [2017-07-17]
Theoretically and Experimentally Investigate Structural and Fluid Motions at Low Frequencies in Water Distribution Pipes [2017-07-17]
Passive Time Reversal “Listens” to the Ocean Remotely and Attentively [2017-06-16]
Stable and High Order Method Realizes Reverse Time Migration in Irregular Regions [2017-04-28]
High Speed Photography Finds Stability Mechanism of Cavitation Structures in Thin Liquid Layers [2017-03-21]
Particulate Thermophoresis Distribution Optimizes the Sensitivity of a SAW PM2.5 Monitor [2017-03-17]
Phase Difference Regression Localizes Multiple Speech Sources in a Robust Way [2017-02-13]
New Reverberation Suppression Method Enhances Sonar Target Detection Performance [2017-01-10]
Improved Noninvasive Way Detects Crackles More Accurately [2016-12-30]
Utilize Explosions as Active Sound Signals to Locate Underwater Targets [2016-12-28]
Bidirectional Turbo Equalizer Outperforms the Single Directional One for Underwater Acoustic Communications [2016-12-28]
Intelligibilities of Chinese Mandarin Sentences Differ among Various Frequency Regions [2016-12-20]

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