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This paper analyses recent trends in graphene research and applications in acoustics and audio-technology and attempts to identify future directions in which the field is likely to develop. The possibilities of application of single or multi-layer graphene as membranes in transducers are the scope of the research of the graphene group. FEM and experimental analysis of single and multi-layer graphene, as well as realization of the first samples of acoustic transducers, are in progress.
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