Auralization of a car pass-by using measured impulse responses

In our recent open-access paper in Applied Acoustics, we publish a method to auralize a pass-by of a car in a street based on measured impulse responses. Listening tests have assisted to discover the influence of the resolution of impulse response source positions on audible differences. First author isĀ Fotis Georgiou, he obtained his PhD from…

Paper about a local time stepping approach of the Discontinuous Galerkin time-domain method for room acoustics

Paper alert! Applying the Discontinuous Galerkin time-domain methods to room acoustics is time consuming if the mesh needs local refinement for geometrical reasons. In this JASA paper, a discontinuous time stepping approach is successfully presented, implying a release of the high computational constraint for meshes with strong local refinements. A next step in wave-based room…

Quantification of impact sound of lightweight wooden floors via heeldrops

Find out about our latest Acta Acustica paper! We experimentally explored the use of a heel drop as an impact source to quantify the impact sound performance of lightweight wooden floors. A impact force plate was used for this purpose. At low frequencies, the measurement quality using the help drop is higher compared to an…

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