Special Issue "Active Control of Sound and Vibration"
A special issue of Acoustics (ISSN 2624-599X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 23 October 2023 | Viewed by 2715
Interests: acoustic source modeling and sound field reconstruction; active noise control; acoustics simulation and auralization; noise control treatments; human perception of noise
Interests: active noise control; adaptive signal processing; psycho-acoustical signal processing; spatial/3D audio processing
Special Issues, Collections and Topics in MDPI journals
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Active and Passive Noise Control
Topical Collection in Applied Sciences: Recent Applications of Active and Passive Noise Control
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Latest Advances in Active Noise Control
Special Issue in Applied Sciences: Active Vibration and Noise Control
The history of active sound and vibration control technology can be dated back to its first documented attempt in the 1930s. Wave theory-based research on active control of sound and vibration started in 1950s. It first became a popular research area in 1990s, during that period, enormous studies were carried out, many effective active control signal processing algorithms were developed, and implementations were successful in a wide range of engineering applications, such as the control of noise in automobiles, aircraft, buildings, industrial environments, etc. After a one-decade “cooled-down” period, active sound and vibration control have recently reclaimed its research popularity. This is not only driven by the even wider range of application and commercialization potentials of this technology brought by the recent rocketing in the computing power of signal processing hardware together with its cost drop, but also by the unprecedented potential research outcomes if the recent research breakthroughs in other widely studied areas, such as artificial intelligence, computing technology, virtual reality, smart systems, perception-based engineering, etc., can find their ways in benefiting active control of sound and vibration.
This special issue of Acoustics welcomes submissions of recent research work in various aspects of active sound and vibration control, which include but are not limited to algorithm development, system modeling, physical mechanisms, review/tutorials, hardware and software, new sensing and computing technologies, engineering applications as well as interdisciplinary research.
Dr. Yangfan Liu
Prof. Dr. Woon-Seng Gan
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- active noise control algorithms
- sensor and actuator placement
- virtual sensing and noise control
- secondary path modeling
- new applications of active control
- multiple-channel active noise control system
- psychoacoustic techniques applied to active noise control
- applying machine/deep learning techniques for active noise control
- new techniques and applications in active control of sound and vibration
- commercial applications or industry deployments
- experimentation studies