2 edition of Parametric analysis of field cancellation in a three-dimensional propagation medium found in the catalog.
Parametric analysis of field cancellation in a three-dimensional propagation medium
M. O. Tokhi
by University of Sheffield, Dept. of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering in Sheffield
Written in English
|Statement||M.O. Tokhi and R.R. Leitch.|
|Series||Research report / University of Sheffield. Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering -- no.430, Research report (University of Sheffield. Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering) -- no.430.|
|Contributions||Leitch, R. R.|
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The analysis of cancellation is presented in parametric terms, both in time and in frequency, leading to a three-dimensional description of cancellation that is suitable for determining the geometrical arrangement for a given degree of cancellation, and consequently can be used for the design of ANC by: 1.
The analysis of cancellation is presented in parametric terms, both in time and in fre- quency, leading to a three-dimensional description of cancellation that is suitable for deter- mining the geometrical arrangement for a given degree of cancellation and consequently can be used for the design.
The analysis of cancellation is presented in parametric terms, both in time and in frequency, leading to a three dimensional description of cancellation that is suitable for determining the geometrical arrangement for a given degree of cancellation.
The parameters established can be used in the design of ANC : M. Tokhi, R. Leitch. The analysis of cancellation is presented in parametric terms, both in time and in frequency, leading to a three-dimensional description of a cancellation that is suitable for determining the geometrical arrangement for a given degree of cancellation and consequently can be used for the design Author: M.O.
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