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Stonehenge enhanced sounds like voices or music for people inside the monument

Stonehenge, an ancient monument in southern England created an acoustic space that amplified voices and improved the sound of any music being played, a new study suggests.

04/12/2021

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Levitating droplets allow scientists to perform 'touchless' chemical reactions

Scientists can levitate droplets of liquid, though mixing them and observing the reactions has been challenging. Now, a team presented a method to do just that.

04/01/2021

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Coaxial, co-rotating rotors may lead to a quieter hover

The researchers investigate the acoustic properties of electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft, which use distributed electric propulsion to power flight.

03/25/2021

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The purpose of the International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration (IIAV) is to advance the science of acoustics and vibration by creating an international scientific society that is responsive to the needs of scientists and engineers in all countries whose primary interests are in the fields of acoustics and vibration. The Institute cooperates with scientific societies in all countries and with other international organizations with the aim of increasing information exchange by sponsoring, cosponsoring or supporting seminars, workshops, congresses and publishing journals, newsletters and other publications. The IIAV provides a refereed journal on paper, the International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration (IJAV), electronic newsletter and the International Sound and Vibration Digest (ISVD) for all members as part of their dues.

The IIAV organizes an annual premier world event, the International Congress on Sound and Vibration (ICSV), which combines all areas of acoustics, noise and vibration.

The International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration is affiliated to the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM)

Latest IJAV articles

Application of Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) in Estimating Acoustic Response of Panels With Non-Uniform Mass Distribution by K. Renji. Volume 26, Issue 1 (2021).


Sound Transmission Prediction of Sandwich Plates With Honeycomb and Foam Cores and an Emphatic Discussion on Radiation Terms by Tong Zhang, Ludi Kang, Xin Li, Hongbo Zhang, and Bilong Liu. Volume 26, Issue 1 (2021).


Numerical and Experimental Evaluation of Hydrodynamic Bearings Applied to a Jeffcott Test Bench by Everton C. Medeiros, Airton Nabarrete, Marcela A. Cruchaga, Willy R. P. Mendonça, and Mauro H. Mathias. Volume 26, Issue 1 (2021).


Optimization of Nonlinear Passive Suspension System to Minimize Road Damage for Heavy Goods Vehicle by Shailendra Kumar, Amit Medhavi, and Raghuvir Kumar. Volume 26, Issue 1 (2021).


Vibration Analysis of Rotating Wind Turbine Blades Based on Piezoelectric Materials by Ben Jing and Wang Hao. Volume 26, Issue 1 (2021).


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