Graham, Thomas S. - Dissertation G7420-101

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Long Wavelength Acoustic Holography, 1969, PhD Thesis in Engineering Acoustics (Pennsylvania State University). Topics: Acoustic Holography

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Type of resource mixed material
Date created 1969
Language English
Digital origin reformatted digital

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Creator Graham, Thomas S.

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Biographical/Historical note A graduate student working under Eugen Skudzryk at the Pennsylvania State University department of Physics. His thesis (included here) on "Long Wavelength Acoustic Holography" (1969) shows that this method can be used as a means of studying sound radiation from vibrating objects. This method was based on long wavelengths, but it was not until a further development by Earl Williams, another of Skudzryk's students, using short wavelengths that it could be applied to the surface of a violin.
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Location https://purl.stanford.edu/dp594dm9476
Location M1711
Repository Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives

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Musical Acoustics Research Library collection, 1956-2007

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