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Definition of the noun acoustic wave
What does acoustic wave mean as a name of something?
- (acoustics) a wave that transmits sound
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by Dipak K. Basu
ion acoustic wave where A is the amplitude, α, β are constants, t is the time, and x is the position. Hence, as the amplitude increases the speed increases, while the width shrinks. Solitons are related to shock waves through a quasi-potential ...
by Ronald G. Driggers
The traveling acoustic wave induces a strain in the medium, which causes a change in its index of refraction n given by:'3s...
by Martin Weik
See also acoustics, acoustic wave, ...
Dictionary of Physics (2010)
by Sanjay Yadav
acoustic wave: 1. Syn. sound ...
by Herman F. Mark
however, a surface or Rayleigh wave, called a surface acoustic wave, can also be propagated. A surface acoustic wave probe for polymers has been developed. Periodic distortions in piezoelectric substrates are induced by application of r-f ...
by Ian Sinclair
Acoustic waves are also usedinwave FILTERS.See DELAY LINE; SURFACE ACOUSTIC WAVE. acoustic feedbackthe unwanted feedback of sound waves.
by Dipak Basu
They can be described with the one- dimensional equation of motion, the acoustic wave equation, which relates the second derivative of sound pressure p along the direction of propagation x to the second derivative of the sound pressure with ...
by Martin H. Weik
acoustic wave. See sound wave. acoustooptic (a-o). Pertaining to the interaction of optical and acoustic waves. Also see acoustooptic effect. acoustooptic ...
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