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A New Negative-Emittance Approach to the Analysis of Sound-Generation Mechanism Labial Pipes
Sound generation mechanism in labial pipes is mostly analyzed through the use of positive feedback concepts, however results are generally of little practical applicability. Negative-emittance approaches considered so far are even less instructive. A new concept of a negative-impedance approach, based on electromechanical analogies and comparisons to electronic oscillator circuits, is presented and its prospects of application discussed.
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