Bordoni, Piero Giorgio - Technical

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Technical Papers: 1947 in Italian; 1954 jointly authored with M. Nuovo in French - both on electroacoustic methods to measure elastic properties of solids. Topics: Electroacoustic methods; Elasticity of solids

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Type of resource mixed material
Date created 1947 - 1954
Language English
Digital origin reformatted digital

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Creator Bordoni, Piero Giorgio

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Biographical/Historical note A research physicist at the Instituto Nationale di Elettroacustica O.M. Corbino, Rome. Worked in the 1940s and developed an electrostatic method of measuring the elasticity of solids. This method, basically the measurement of frequencies and coefficients of resonance (log decrement) on vibrating strips of the material in question, was adapted by Barducci and Pasqualini in their paper on "The Measurement of Internal Friction and Elastic Constants of Wood" - see Benchmark Vol. 5, p 410.
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Location https://purl.stanford.edu/zj514rq9946
Location M1711
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Musical Acoustics Research Library collection, 1956-2007

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