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Items where Division is "Faculties (pre 2018 reorg) > Faculty of Engineering and the Environment (pre 2018 reorg) > Inst. Sound & Vibration Research (pre 2018 reorg)
Current Faculties > Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences > School of Engineering > Institute of Sound and Vibration Research > Inst. Sound & Vibration Research (pre 2018 reorg)
Institute of Sound and Vibration Research > Inst. Sound & Vibration Research (pre 2018 reorg)" and Year is 2022

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Tracking and monitoring fin whales offshore northwest Spain using passive acoustic methods - Timothy Minshull, Jessica Fisher, Paul White, Tian Bai and Gaye Bayrakci
Type: Book Section | 2022 | American Geophysical Union | Item availability restricted.

Modelling of ducted noise sources in the proximity of acoustic liners - S. Palleja-Cabre, B.J. Tester and R.J. Astley
Type: Article | 2022

Field measurement and evaluation of vibration in different areas of a metro depot - Feng Qingsong, Yunlai Zhang, Jian Jiang, Wang Ziyu, Xiaoyan Lei and Ling Zhang
Type: Article | 2022 | Item availability restricted.

A proof‐of‐concept study of the removal of early and late phase biofilm from skin wound models using a liquid acoustic stream - T.J. Secker, Christopher, Charles Harling, Chloe Hand, David Voegeli, David Voegeli, Charles Keevil and Timothy Leighton
Type: Article | 2022

More than a whistle: automated detection of marine sound sources with a convolutional neural network - Ellen Louise White, Paul White, Jonathan Bull, Denise Risch, Suzanne Beck and Ewan Edwards
Type: Article | 2022

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