Acoustics At The Nanoscale
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Md is a research scientist at the University of Adelaide, specializing in computational acoustics; porous acoustic absorber; analytical acoustics modeling; molecular simulation, nanoscopic fibres; nanotechnology & nanoscience; carbon nanotubes.

                       

Acoustics At The Nanoscale

Advances in nanotechnology have provided acoustic researchers with a number of new materials, with features such as nanofibers and nanopores, that can potentially be implemented as porous acoustic absorbers. Their extraordinary properties and molecular behavior could play an important role in reducing the thickness and mass of absorbers compared with currently available materials. In the current era of nanotechnology, a variety of nanotube constituents are available that can be formed into nanoscopic fibers, for instance, carbon nanotubes (CNTs), boron nitride...

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