Akustik II / Acoustics II, 1st Edition by R. W. Leonard, A. Barone, Rohn Truell, Charles Elbaum, B. E.
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W. LEONARD and I. RUDNICK: Acoustic instrumentation for high intensities. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 24,451 (A) (1952). 3 C. SONDHAUS: Pogg. Ann. 91, 128, 214 (1854). 4 G. B. BROWN: Proc. Phys. Soc. Lond. 49, 493 (1937). 1 2 I. RUDNICK: J. 28 R. W. LEONARD: Generation and Measurement of Sound in Gases. Sect. 12. 4 for the first four stages of operation. h is the distance from the orifice slit to the edge. NYBORG! has made a detailed study of frequency and sound pressure for a jet edge system in stage 1.
The microphone shown in Fig. 54 has the general appearance of a [ modern stretched diaphragm microphone but differs very little from the microphone described by WENTE l , 2 in 1922. His analy. ff" 1 1 th 1 Fig. 54. Condenser microphone showing diaphragm D, SIS was su IClent y comp ete so at on Y fixed electrode E, insulator I, stretching ring K, minor changes in the structure of the venting leak L, and backing volume VB. microphone have been made. The analysis of the distortion by RADEMAKERS3 is an important clarification.
The resonant frequency of the cemented pair was 19 kc. The sensitivity at frequencies well ~ rJ I ~ /J [J - ~ + t - 0 1 W. FURRER and H. WEBER: Techn. Mitt. schweiz. Telegr. u. -Verw. 6. 48 R. W. LEONARD: Generation and Measurement of Sound in Gases. Sect. 19. below resonance was 6 microvolt per dynejcm2 • The electrical capacitance of the microphone and cable is 90 Il-Il-fd. Quartz was used since the microphone was employed to measure explosive sounds where the peak pressures were of the order of one atmosphere, and temperature and chemical stability were more important than sensitivity.