Acoustic radiation pressure
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Definition of the noun acoustic radiation pressure
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- (acoustics) the pressure exerted on a surface normal to the direction of propagation of a sound wave
Acoustic radiation pressure is the apparent pressure difference between the average pressure at a surface moving with the displacement of the wave propagation and the pressure that would have existed in the fluid of the same mean density when at rest. Numerous authors make a distinction between the phenomena of Rayleigh radiation pressure and Langevin radiation pressure.
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The Audio Dictionary (2011)
Third Edition, Revised and Expanded by Glenn D. White, Gary J. Louie
Acoustic Radiation Pressure The steady state pressure exerted upon a surface exposed to a sound wave. This pressure is very small, but lord rayleigh, a prominent investigator in the nineteenth century, used the phenomenon to construct an ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
acoustic radiation pressure Acoustics, ...
by Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A., Mehdi
The contactless haptic devices depend on different technology such as air-jet, acoustic radiation pressure and laser (Arafsha, Zhang, Dong, & Saddik, 2015). Furthermore, to develop more complex haptic applications, haptic multimedia was ...
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