How Sound Spreads Is Reflected In Large Open Spaces
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Chao Wang currently works at the School of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Tianjin University. His main research interests are electrical tomography, measurement of multiphase flow, and detection of bioimpedance.

                       

How Sound Spreads Is Reflected In Large Open Spaces

In a room, we typically hear that a voice is louder than in an open area. This is the effect of reflected sounds which comes out of the mouth and is reflected on the walls and finally comes back into the receiver's ear. Those sound reflections enhance the voice of people so that louder sound and greater clarity is gained indoors. The sound received indoors can be divided into two parts. If the sound arrives at the receiver directly, it...

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