Special Issue "Resonators in Acoustics (2nd Edition)"
A special issue of Acoustics (ISSN 2624-599X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2023 | Viewed by 2601
Interests: helmholtz resonator; low frequency
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Today, resonators are widely used in different fields of acoustics. Although the first mentionof resonant devices can be found in ancient manuscripts, their scientific study began much later with the well-known Helmholtz resonator, which was an effective absorber and scatterer of sound waves. The theory of resonant acoustic phenomena was founded by Helmholtz, Rayleigh, and other scientists, and continues to be developed intensively by researchers and engineers in various fields. Since then, resonators have been successfully applied to architectural acoustics, noise and vibration control, medical applications, measurement technologies, sound radiation, new sensors, and variety of other inventions.
In recent years, new metamaterials and metastructures with unusual properties have been developed on the basis of using the simplest resonant elements; the theory of resonators has assisted in elaborating new techniques for active sound control. Therefore, resonators remain highly valuable to both fundamental research and engineering investigations.
Taking into account the relevance of this topic and the great interest of many researchers, we devote thisSpecial Issue of the journal Acoustics to resonators in acoustics. The first volume of this Special Issue published 10 interesting papers, with more than 20,000 views. This new volume aims to attract the latest findings concerning the application of resonators in acoustics. New ideas and approaches, theoretical studies, and the technical implementation of resonators in various acoustic fields are within the scope of this Special Issue. Submissions with original results, as well as reviews, are most welcome in this Special Issue.
Dr. Nikolay Kanev
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- theory of resonators
- modelling and simulation of acoustic resonators
- new types of resonators
- resonant devices in acoustics
- resonators for noise and vibration control
- absorption and scattering of sound waves by resonators
- new application of resonators
- metamaterials based on resonance phenomena
- experimental study
- active resonators
- resonators in engineering