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Vibration Effects on Acoustic Response of Pressure Transducers

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In many cases, acoustical sensors are subjected to vibration effects (example: flow, structure). A test facility in anechoic chamber has been developed to quantify the influence of different acceleration levels on amplitude and phase responses of different kinds of acoustical transducers, when it is possible, our results and those given by manufacturers are compared.

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