The general scope of the thesis investigation is limited to the engineering design and construction of a stationary-wave device for the experimental determination of the sound absorption coefficients of various building materials, the calibration of the apparatus to give comparisons with results obtained in the more expensive reverberation method, and to attempt to correlate observed results with generally accepted acoustical standards.
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Ballard, Douglas W.. "The Design, Construction, and Calibration of a Stationary Wave Device for Determining Sound Absorption Coefficients of Acoustic Materials." (1952). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/me_etds/106