Patch near field acoustic holography based on particle velocity measurements

Yong-Bin Zhang, Finn Jacobsen, Chuan-Xing Bi, Xin-Zhao Chen

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    Abstract

    Patch near field acoustic holography (PNAH) based on sound pressure measurements makes it possible to reconstruct the source field near a source by measuring the sound pressure at positions on a surface. that is comparable in size to the source region of concern. Particle velocity is an alternative input quantity for NAH, and the advantage of using the normal component of the particle velocity rather than the sound pressure as the input of conventional spatial Fourier transform based NAH and as the input of the statistically optimized variant of NAH has recently been demonstrated. This paper examines the use of particle velocity as the input of PNAH. Because the particle velocity decays faster toward the edges of the measurement aperture than the pressure does and because the wave number ratio that enters into the inverse propagator from pressure to velocity amplifies high spatial frequencies, PNAH based on particle velocity measurements can give better results than the pressure-based PNAH with a reduced number of iterations. A simulation study, as well as an experiment carried out with a pressure-velocity sound intensity probe, demonstrates these findings.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalAcoustical Society of America. Journal
    Volume126
    Issue number2
    Pages (from-to)721-727
    ISSN0001-4966
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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