Occlusion effects, Part II: A study of the occlusion effect mechanism and the influence of the earmould properties

Mie Østergaard Hansen

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    Abstract

    The present report studies the mechanism of the occlusion effect by means of literature studies, experiments and model estimates. A mathematical model of the occlusion effect is developed. The model includes the mechanical properties of the earmould and the airborne sound as well as the body conducted sound from own voice. These aspects are new in the sense that previous studies disregard the earmould mechanics and includes only one sound source placed in the ear canal.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherDepartment of Acoustic Technology, Technical University of Denmark
    VolumeReport 73
    Number of pages226
    Publication statusPublished - 1998

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    Occlusion effects caused by earmoulds

    Hansen, M. Ø.

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    01/12/199431/03/1998

    Project: Research

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    Hansen, M. Ø. (1998). Occlusion effects, Part II: A study of the occlusion effect mechanism and the influence of the earmould properties. Department of Acoustic Technology, Technical University of Denmark.