A coherent image source method for sound prediction in long spaces with a sound absorbent ceiling
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- INTERNOISE 2014 - 43rd International Congress on Noise Control Engineering: Improving the World Through Noise Control, 2014
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Sound absorbing boundaries can attenuate noise propagation in a long space, but they may lead the sound field hard to be accurately predicted. This paper presents a coherent image source model for sound field in long spaces with a sound absorbing ceiling. In this model, the reflections on the absorbent boundary are separated from those on reflective ones during applying refection coefficients. The model is compared with the classic wave theory, the existing coherent ray-based model and a scale-model experiment. The results show that the proposed model has considerate accuracy and distinct advantage over the existing model for sound prediction in long spaces with an absorbent ceiling.
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