Dr. Steven Morgan
This project aimed to measure the acoustic impedance of the violin so that the violin can be better understood from an acoustic standpoint. Near field acoustic holography scans are to be conducted at the open A string resonance of the violin (440 Hz). Pressure microphones along the back plate of the violin allow pressure and particle velocity to be measured, and with that, the acoustic impedance to be calculated and mapped in 1 cm x 1cm increments. This work presents a guide for this procedure. The set-up method and materials used are detailed and the analysis and computations of values are described in the presentation.
Tomko, Zamara, "Performing Near Field Acoustic Holography Scans for the Purpose of Finding the Acoustic Impedance of a Violin" (2020). Student Research, Papers, and Creative Works. 4.