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Aktive Beeinflussung von Schall und Schwingungen

  • J. Scheuren
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Zusammenfassung

„Lärmminderung durch Antischall“: mit dieser griffigen und bildhaften Lösung wurde in den letzten drei Jahrzehnten nicht nur die physikalische Existenz, sondern auch die vielversprechende, nutzbringende Anwendung eines Schallfeldes behauptet, dessen Beschaffenheit die zumindest teilweise „Vernichtung“ eines anderen, störenden und also lärmenden Schallfeldes erlaubt. Diese Behauptung und die mit ihr in Aussicht gestellte Erweiterung des methodischen Werkzeugs der Akustikingenieure waren und sind hochwillkommen. Die wachsende Verlärmung des Lebens, vor allem in den hochtechnisierten Gesellschaften, ist dankbar für jede Möglichkeit, die zu einer geräuschärmeren Gestaltung unserer Umwelt beitragen kann.

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  • J. Scheuren

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