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Thus, sound waves will bend downward under summer conditions and upward in the winter. Submarine detection can be either passive (listening to the sounds made by the submarine) or active (transmiting a signal and listen for the echo). Well into the 1950s, both the United States and United Kingdom chose active high-frequency systems since passive systems at that time were limited by the ship’s radiated noise and the self noise of the arrays. During World War II, underwater acoustics research results were secret, but at the end of the war, the National Defense Research Council (NDRC) published the results.
Bowed string instruments were probably the first to attract the attention of scientific researchers. The modern violin was developed largely in Italy in the 16th century by Gaspara da Salo and the Amati family. In the 18th century, Antonio Stradivari, a pupil of Nicolo Amati, and Guiseppi Guarneri created instruments with great brilliance that have set the standard for violin makers since that time. Outstanding contributions to our understanding of violin acoustics have been made by Felix Savart, Hermann von Helmholtz, Lord Rayleigh, C.
J. B. Fry, P. Denes: Mechanical speech recognition. In: Communication Theory, ed. by W. Jackson. A. Conklin Jr: Design and tone in the mechanoacoustic piano, Parts I, II, and III, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. D. D. R. A. Wheeler: Science of Sound, 3rd edn. (Addison-Wesley, San Francisco 2002), 25 Basic Linear A 3. 1 Introduction ....................................... 2 Equations of Continuum Mechanics ....... 1 Mass, Momentum, and Energy Equations ................ 2 Newtonian Fluids and the Shear Viscosity ..............
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