AT Collections – Acousticians of Note
Over the years, Acoustics Today has had articles that focus on the careers of ASA members and others who have made very substantial contributions to acoustics. We look forward to adding to this list over the next few years.
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Do fish hear? What do fish hear? How do fish hear? These are questions that have been around since at least the times of Aristotle and Pliny the Elder
Carleen Hutchins taught herself acoustical physics, applied it to making a better violin, and then invented a new family of violins.
To view or download the full issue, click the cover image.To read an individual article, click its title. Leo Beranek’s Role in the Acoustical Society of America – Charles E. Schmid Leo Beranek’s Contributions to Noise and Vibration Control – William W. Lang and...
The dolphin Heptuna participated in over 30 studies that helped define what is known about biosonar
The 19th century innovator of electromagnetic theory and gas kinetic theory was more involved in acoustics than is oft en assumed.