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Institute of Sound and Vibration Research > Signal Processing and Control Group" and Year is 2016

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Type: Article | 2016

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Study of a low-cost end-fire array for use in electric vehicles - Jesus Carbajo San Martin, Stephen Elliott and Jordan Cheer
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2016 | Item availability restricted.

An active acoustic metamaterial for the control of sound transmission - Jordan Cheer, Cameron McCormick and Stephen Daley
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2016 | Item availability restricted.

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Crosstalk cancellation and equalisation for headrest sound reproduction - Stephen Elliott, Charles House, Jordan Cheer and Marcos Simon Galvez
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2016 | Item availability restricted.

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Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2016 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2016 | Item availability restricted.

L

Design array of loudspeakers for personal audio system in a car cabin - Xiangning Liao, Stephen Elliott and Jordan Cheer
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2016 | Item availability restricted.

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Finite element model of the active organ of Corti - Guangjian Ni, Stephen Elliott and Johannes Baumgart
Type: Article | 2016

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Comparing cone beam laminographic system trajectories for composite NDT - Neil O'brien, Mark Mavrogordato, Richard Boardman, Ian Sinclair, Sam Hawker and Thomas Blumensath
Type: Article | 2016

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Type: Meeting abstract | 2016 | Item not available on this server.

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