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Formulas of Acoustics

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Errata to

FORMULAS OF ACOUSTICS
by

F.P. Mechel
Author and Editor

With contributions by :

M.L. Munjal M. Vorlnder P. Kltzsch M. Ochmann A. Cummings W. Maysenhlder W. Arnold O.V. Rudenko

Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York


ISBN 3540425489 1st Edition 2002

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Introduction :

FORMULAS OF ACOUSTICS with about 1200 Pages, 620 Figures, 70 Tables, 8060 Equations was typeset by the Editor as a camera ready manuscript. The book is sold since April 2002. A list of printing errors were detected in the meantime; corrections should be made available. Some of them are due to valuable indications by readers of the book. Below, the error positions are indicated by the Section labels , the page number , position on the page . The erroneous and corrected items will be presented, the substitution will be marked by a double arrow .

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Errata and Corrections :

B.1 p.1 symbol box 2nd line :

r v

r v=

B.11 p.23 3rd line :

"be further let W "


B.18 p.41 caption of Figure 4th line :

"further let W "

Dz = 0.2

z = 0.2

B.19 p.42 2nd paragraph 1st line :

" the quantities thet describe"


C.1 p.62 6th line from bottom :

" the quantities that describe"

Z Zd = r2 / Z
C.2 p.69 eq.(11) :

Z Z r = r2 / Z

Z i = Zt + Ze =
D.4 p.78 3rd line :

1 Zs + Zh s

Z i = Zt + Ze =

1 Zs + Ze s

" talkes the index m= 0."

" takes the index m= 0."

Formulas of Acoustics D.10 p.89 3rd line of Section :

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"is placed in the plane x,y plane"


D.14 p.101 line below eq. (8) :

"is placed in the x,y plane"

(primes are derivatives )

(primes at are derivatives )

F.7 p.231 head labels of diagrams, and F.7 p.234/235 head labels of diagrams :

Substitute with , i.e. : Re{Zs()} Re{Zs( )} and Im{Zs()} Im{Zs( )} {} = {0.25 , 0.5 , 1.} { } = {0.25 , 0.5 , 1.}
F.12 p.246 sketch in Table row "Grid of slits" inscription :

"b a" "L a"


G.11 p.324 Caption of Table 3 :

"Coefficients or the relations ()"

"Coefficients or the relations


gnn gnn / tanh (gnn t)

(4)"

H.7 p.352 equation between eq.(4) and eq.(5) :

n gr n tanh (gr n t)

H.10 p.362 6th line (in explanation text of sketch) :

" thickness d " " thickness ds "


H.10 p.368 eq. (31) :

k Z 1 j 0 0 G a Za rn = k 0 Z0 1+ j G a Za

en Tanh( ens) gn en Tanh( ens) gn

k Z 1- j 0 0 G a Za rn = k0 Z 0 1+j G a Za

en tanh( ens) gn en tanh( ens) gn

H.22 p.413 text lines below eq. (13) were printed beyond the border. When printed correctly :

The ce m ( ) are azimuthal Mathieu functions which are even in at = 0 , and the Hc (2) m () = Jcm ( ) j Yc m () are associated radial Mathieu functions, or MathieuHankel functions of the 2nd kind, which represent outward propagating waves and satisfy Sommerfelds far field condition. They are composed by the Mathieu-Bessel function Jcm() and the Mathieu-Neumann function Ycm() like the cylindrical Hankel function of the 2nd kind. The Mathieu functions depend on the parameter q . It is noted for later use
( 2) that cem(), Jcm(), Ycm() are real functions, and J c m (0) = 0 , H c m (0) = j Yc m (0) (where the primes indicate derivatives with respect to ). It will be important for later

evaluations that the cem() are generated as a Fourier series :

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H.23 p.422 text lines above eq.(14) were printed beyond the border. When printed correctly :

A 3rd variant of the 2nd sub-task completes the absorbed intensity to (pe( )+pr( )+ps( ))V*( ) , but does not worry about possible scattering at the border lines between plate and baffle wall. The scattered field ps is expanded in plate modes :
I.8 p.455 Caption of Table 1 should be completed : Table 1 : Characteristic wave speeds. See Table 4 for S, E, D, B .

I.22 p.508 the present eq.(7) is obsolete; instead of :

The modal components in the plenum space are formulated as (= s,e) :


pHn ( ,z) = Z 0 vHnz

[P ( ,z) = j [ P k
n

+ n a ( +) ( ) e n a cos (z h t d) + PHn (n ) Hn e + n a (+ ) ( ) e n a + PHn Hn e


( + ) e n ( z d ) + n

pAn( ,z) =

0 +n a

[C [

] ]sin ( (z h t d))
n

(6)

D n( + ) e + n (z d ) + + D n
()

+e

n a

[C [C

()

n ( z d)

+ n (z d)

(7)

and in the absorber layer :


pAn( ,z) = e +n a C n( + ) e n (z d ) + D n( + ) e + n (z d ) + +e
write correctly :

n a

()

n (z d)

+ Dn

()

+ n (z d)

(8)

The modal components in the plenum space are formulated as (= s,e) :


( +) e +G a x [PHn e (+) Z 0 vHnz ( ,z) = j n [PHn e +G a x k0

pHn ( ,z) =

(- ) na x cos (e (z - h - t - d)) + PHn e- G n


n

] (- ) + PHn e - G a x ] sin (en (z - h - t - d))

(6) (7)

and in the absorber layer :


pAn( ,z) = e +n a C n( + ) e n (z d ) + D n( + ) e + n (z d ) + +e
n a

[C

()

n (z d)

+ Dn

()

+ n (z d)

(8)

Formulas of Acoustics J.6 p.544 eq. (21) :

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z2 =

105 + 45 jU 11025 + 5250 jU - 1505U 2 20 + 2 jU

105 + 45 jU 11025 + 5250 jU - 1605U 2 z2 = 20 + 2 jU

(21)

J.15 p.579 5th line from bottom : "But for n=0 we must be more precise." "But for n=0 they must be more precise."
J.21 p.610 2nd text line above graphs :

" flow resistance Rf in the orifice" " flow resistance Rr in the orifice"
J.28 p.634 1st text line :

"It seems to appropriate to describe" "It seems appropriate to describe"


K.22 p.734 2nd lowest text line :

"flow passage; d, th, dh, h and W are shown" "flow passage; = panel porosity, d, th, dh, h and W are shown"
K.23 p.735 last text lines of 1st paragraph :

"this and the following Section K.26 will present the transfer matrix method for elements which are contained in earlier chapters." "this Section will present the transfer matrix method for an element which is also contained in Chapter J."
K.24 p.737 text line below eq.(2) should read as :

"kw, Zw are as given in Section K.23, and Zp is the impedance of the porous cover (see K.23, eq.(7) )."
L. p.741 2nd & 3rd text lines :

"sound pressure level from a noise source in the environment;" "sound pressure level in the environment from an inside noise source;"
L.2 p.745 3rd text line from bottom :

"(such as largemachines)." "(such as big machines)."

M.5 p.785 two last items of enumaration :

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For grazing incidence, i.e. Q and P on the wall, the influence of higher terms R(n)(s) in (8) is important ! The derivation further supposes that the wall does not guide a surface wave (but this is only rarely the case in a restricted frequency range below a high-quality resonance; but even then (8) is an approximation to the field in points not too close to the wall). For grazing incidence, i.e. Q and P on the wall, the influence of higher terms R(n)(s) in (D.14.10) or (D.20.11) is important ! The derivation further supposes that the wall does not guide a surface wave (but this is only rarely the case in a restricted frequency range below a high-quality resonance; but even then (1) is an approximation to the field in points not too close to the wall).
M.5.13 p.809 text line above eq.(6a) :

" The range (12) leads to" " The range (5) leads to"
N.1 p.849 3rd text line from top :

"flowmust be irrotational" "flow must be irrotational"


O.8.4 p.1012 eq.(35) :

L ,i = Ki,m =

m (x) P i ( x) dx = p Pm i -1 1

( - 1)i +m (2 i)!(2m)! G((2 + i + m) / 2) 2i +m i!m! G((3 + i + m) / 2) (- 1)i +m ( 2i)!(2m)! G ((2 + i + m) / 2) i + m 2 i!m!G ((3 + i + m) / 2 )

L m,i = Ki,m =

m Pm (x) Pii (x) dx = p -1

Misprints in the Subject Index:

Formulas of Acoustics p.1154 letter S : sound velocity 5; adiabatic 1; temperature dependence 7; of gas mixture 7; Source conditions 18; spatial harmonics 42; p.1155 letter T :

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tube section with hard termination 67; with hard termination, filled with porous material 67; with open termination 67; with open termination, filled with porous material 68; p.1169 letter F :

F
Finite element method (FEM) 989; 956;

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